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9. Cooking Timers

9. Cooking Timers

It sounds rather silly until you’ve tried it, but force yourself to work on one task for a solid 30 minutes—no interruptions of any kind. You’ll be amazed at how hard it is for us to do that. A cooking timer or pomodoro technique is your commitment to give a single task your undivided attention.

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