First of all, what is Pomodoro technique? Well, it is a technique of dividing your work in 25 minutes of high intensity work followed by 3-5 minutes of break. You can buy the original apple-shaped Pomodoro timer (pommes means apple in French) or just use a regular kitchen timer. Now imagine that you are at the office at 8:00 a.m. and you have 8 hours of work before the end of the day. At 3:30 p.m., you will be done with many tasks but working intensively for so many hours without distractions and small breaks is tough. Do you want to know more? Well, here is how it works.
- First, you should find out how much effort certain activity requires you by counting how many Pomodoro (25 minutes of work) you need to complete it. You can set the timer and see how much time it would be necessary for your carpet cleaners London to deal with the carpet.
- Second, learn to cut off every distraction when the Pomodoro timer is on.
- Third, make accurate estimates on how many Pomodoro intervals you need to complete the task you’re up to. You can ask your local end of tenancy cleaners London how much time they need to completely clean a flat.
- Fourth, use your Pomodoro timer not just to measure your work activities but also to take small breaks. Take 5 minutes break after every 25 minutes of activity and 15 minutes break after 4 Pomodoro sessions. Use the breaks to review the progress.
- Fifth – organize your work activates and estimate how many pomodoro sessions you need in order to complete. This enables you to plan your breaks too.
- Sixth – after completing all the objectives above, find your personal objectives such as being more efficient at work or if you are a freelancer, make every minute count.
Pomodoro technique is an excellent way to stay focused and motivated throughout the day. It’s very simple and yet very effective, so why not give it a try.