The Pomodoro Technique
A method developed by Francesco Cirillo that breaks tasks down into 25-minute bursts separated by short breaks, called pomodoros, after the tomato-shaped kitchen timer Cirillo used when he was a student.
The technique allows the user to focus their attention on a single task, preventing small distractions from frustrating the end goal. It also helps with forward planning and prioritizing the work schedule, adding to the sense of accomplishment as each task is successfully completed.
The breaks serve as rewards that should be used for relaxing, with the length of the break increasing after every 4-5 successful pomodoro.
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