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The Pomodoro Technique

The Pomodoro Technique

The technique can be broken down into five easy steps:

  1. Pick a task
  2. Set a 25-minute timer
  3. Work on your task until time is up
  4. Take a 5-minute break
  5. Every 4 Pomodoros, take a 15-to-30-minute break

This technique allows you to break down complex tasks and cluster small tasks together.

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