What is Pomodoro Technique and How to Use It in Rizen

What is Pomodoro Technique?

The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the 1980s. You will probably ask why it is called “Pomodoro” (“Tomato” in Italian). What’s common between task management and tomatoes? The answer is simple – Francesco Cirillo used a tomato-shaped kitchen timer to break his work into intervals. Each interval was 25 minutes long, had a 5-10-minute break, and was called a “Pomodoro”. 

This approach helped him to reduce the effect of internal and external interruptions and better focus on his workflow. Today this technique has become widely used by software developers to stay focused and effective. Let’s dive deeper into the nature of this technique and figure out why it actually works.

Why and How Pomodoro Technique Works

The method developed about 40 years ago is still popular today because it solves the typical issue of today’s workflow – focusing. With the help of this technique and interval working process, you can focus on tasks better by limiting the time you try to maintain that focus. Moreover, it allows you to have restorative breaks. With this approach, you are more likely to overcome your procrastination and manage your tasks more effectively even if your work requires multitasking.

How to Provide a Highly Skillful Management Solution

We are trying keeping in touch with you. Consequantelly, today we are going to discuss about the value of practicing the Eisenhower matrix as a first step.
The only place to get time for Quadrant II in the beginning is from Quadrants III and IV.

You can’t ignore the urgent and important activities of Quadrant I, although it will shrink in size as you spend more time with prevention and preparation in Quadrant II. But the initial time for Quadrant II has to come out of III and IV.

You have to be proactive to work on Quadrant II because Quadrants I and III work on you. To say “yes” to important Quadrant II priorities, you have to learn to say “no” to other activities, sometimes apparently urgent things.


The Deep sence of Quadrants

You Will be in Hot Water if You Miss this Guide to Finding out The Deep sence of Quadrants

The genius of literature’s phenomenon Gothe says: “Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least”. As leaders of our own success, we must understand the concept, explore the essential difference between the Eisenhower quadrants, and determine for ourselves the cause of psychology’s misplaced prioritization. What is the matter of procrastination? How to avoid it and not to postpone important, but not urgent, things then as if for a rainy day?

We are ready to start our trip to the productivity from the road, full of green lights for developing your mind of self-management.

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What synonyms and associations to the word “goal” immediately come to your mind? As fast as greased lightining, of course. Have you meantioned the expression “dream” while you have been listing a lot of coming up ideas? Try to be as honest to yourself as the day is long.

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