PPU 032: How to Use the Pomodoro Technique to Increase Productivity

 

In this episode of the Productivity Power Up Podcast, we discuss the Pomodoro technique, a time management tool I use quite a bit. It helps me stay focused and get moving on tasks when I’m struggling to start something. We outline the five simple steps involved in using the technique and then discuss the four top reasons I think it works.

 

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Amateurs sit and wait for inspiration, the rest of us just get up and go to work.

— Stephen King

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One thought on “PPU 032: How to Use the Pomodoro Technique to Increase Productivity

  1. I used it once and loved it. I had to sit to make a list of calls and knew I would feel antsy and need that break. the 5 min break was just enough time get me out of the daze & get my body moving. It also relived the temptation to do that other physical work knowing I was giving myself permission to do it on the breaks. Now I just have to make sure I use it again when it makes sense for the task at hand.

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