How to Use the Pomodoro Technique to Increase Productivity

Everyone is concerned with productivity, whether you work from home or in an office. It doesn’t matter how much time you spend on something – what matters is how much  you can get done. 

There are methods to be more productive with your time. One is called the Pomodoro technique.   

Francisco Cirillo developed the Pomodoro technique in the 1980s as a means to increase productivity and decrease procrastination.

The Pomodoro Technique 

In 25 minutes, you should focus, complete a task, and then take a break before moving on to the next one.

How Does The Pomodoro Technique Work?

It’s impractical to assume everyone  can sit for 2 hours straight each day and complete a “set” of Pomodoros. So, you can adjust this method to your needs.

Variations to The Pomodoro Method

One big advantage to this method is that it helps streamline your work and minimize interruptions when trying to get things done. 

Pros of the Pomodoro Technique

A traditional Pomodoro time window may not be enough, and a longer Pomodoro may be too long to put off distractions.

Cons of the Pomodoro Technique

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