Have you heard of the Pomodoro Technique? It’s a popular time management and focus strategy and something we’ve been teaching for a long time at Asian Efficiency. One question we get often is how many pomodoros should you do in a day? Or in other words, how many hours of work should you do in a day? We’ll answer that question in today’s episode and we’ll give you our best focus tips as well.
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You can find links to everything that we share in the show notes by going to theproductivityshow.com/361.
- Top 3 productivity resources for this week. [2:35]
- What is the Pomodoro Technique, and how does it work? [6:41]
- How does Thanh feel about the rigidity of the exact timing of the Pomodoro Technique? [9:34]
- How does Brooks use the Pomodoro technique personally? [14:09]
- How does Brooks break down the Pomodoro Technique and get the most out of it? [20:45]
- What are Thanh’s tips for being successful with the Pomodoro Technique? [23:09]
- What are some apps/tools Brooks uses to help with the Pomodoro Technique? [24:58]
- Which apps/tools does Thanh prefer when addressing Pomodoro Technique? [26:12]
- How many Pomodoro sessions does Thanh recommend in one day? [28:28]
- Actionable steps you can take to integrate today’s topic into your life [31:28]
- FocusBooster (Timer App)
- Esington Glass Timer
- Pomodoro Technique Guide
- Focus Keeper (iOS)
- Focus Keeper (Android)
- Be Focused (Mac)
- Focus Booster (Windows, Mac, Mobile)
- Vitamin R (Mac)
- Marinara (Chrome Plugin)
- Learning Timer
- Countdown Timer Plugin (for Stream Deck)
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