The Secret Of Time-Management With Pomodoro Technique
Time management is a skill to use your time productively and efficiently but procrastination makes you unable to complete important daily tasks.
”While we waste our time hesitating and postponing, life is slipping away.”
The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The technique uses a timer to break down work into intervals, traditionally 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks.
There are six steps in the technique:
- Decide on the task to be done.
- Set the Pomodoro timer (traditionally to 25 minutes).
- Work on the task until the timer rings.
- After the timer rings put a checkmark on a piece of paper.
- If you have fewer than four checkmarks, take a short break (3–5 minutes), then go to step 2.
- After four Pomodoro, take a longer break (15–30 minutes), reset your checkmark count to zero, then go to step 1.
Develop effective study strategy with Pomodoro technique
To stay focused on one task is difficult for me especially during studies. To experiment with this technique does its work for me or not? I planned to complete my online course on Artificial intelligence and its series of Machine learning, this course is offered by PIAIC. During the first two Pomodoro’s I get distracted multiple times as usual due to the internet is on, and I received emails and different application notifications. Then I take a short break and turned off the notifications of apps. Next two Pomodoro’s I take lectures with full concentration. After that I took a long break and yes I did almost And I concluded that this technique fruitful for me to work properly. I also suggested to readers try it. To save your time.