The Pomodoro Technique

Question: I am trying to finish my book but I can’t seem to force myself to sit down and write. I am the worst procrastinator on the planet. There is always something more important to do. Any suggestions? Answer: Please know you share this problem with just about every writer I know. Writing brings both joy and immense frustration. But there is help. The best technique to help with time management I’ve come across is known as The Pomodoro Technique. It was developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The basic technique is to work in intervals. Cirillo suggested working for 25 minute sessions, separated by short breaks, usually five minutes. The name pomodoro comes from the tomato-shap

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