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Pomodoro Technique

Pomodoro Technique

  1. Find out how much time an activity usually requires to predict how many Pomodoros it will take to accomplish it later.
  2. Set the timer to 25 min. & no interruptions! Stay focused!
  3. Give yourself a reward! Take a 5min. break away from study area!
  4. After 4 cycles take a longer break of 20min.!
  5. Make it more effective! Use the first (& last) few minutes to review what you’ve learned before.
  6. Set up a timetable according to your to-do’s to plan and organize better in the future!
  7. Don’t forget your own objectives! (Do you want to be faster? Or improve the quality of your work?)

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The Pomodoro Technique is a time management system that encourages people to work with the time they have—rather than against it. Using this method, you break your workday into 25-minute chunks separated by five-minute breaks. These intervals are referred to as pomodoros. After about four pomodoros, you take a longer break of about 15 to 20 minutes.

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The Pomodoro Technique

Pomodoro is doing focused work in 25-minute sessions throughout the day. After each session, take a five-minute break. After completing four consecutive Pomodoros, take a 20 to 30-minute break.

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What's the animedoro technique?

The animedoro technique, invented by Josh Chen, is a perfect work time management for people who need more time to focus and for who love watching animes or shows.

It is based on the pomodoro technique: 25 minutes of work and 5 minutes of break, after 4 cycles there is a longer break. 

The animedoro changes this technique into 40 to 60 minutes of work and 20 minutes of watching an anime or a show (or other activities) of your choice. 

Check the video where Josh explains the technique.

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