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How do you know which technique is good for you?

How do you know which technique is good for you?

Try them both.

There are some people who may feel comfortable with the pomodoro technique, and others who may feel more comfortable with the animedoro technique. 

Try both these techniques and compare them in order to determine which is the best for you.

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