Pomodoro Technique Illustrated Do you ever look at the clock and wonder where the day went You spent all this time at work and didn t come close to getting everything done Tomorrow try something new Use the Pomodoro Technique to wo

  • Title: Pomodoro Technique Illustrated
  • Author: Staffan Noteberg
  • ISBN: 9781934356500
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Paperback
  • Do you ever look at the clock and wonder where the day went You spent all this time at work and didn t come close to getting everything done Tomorrow try something new Use the Pomodoro Technique to work in focused sprints throughout the day In Pomodoro Technique Illustrated, Staffan N teberg shows you how to organize your work to accomplish in less time There s nDo you ever look at the clock and wonder where the day went You spent all this time at work and didn t come close to getting everything done Tomorrow try something new Use the Pomodoro Technique to work in focused sprints throughout the day In Pomodoro Technique Illustrated, Staffan N teberg shows you how to organize your work to accomplish in less time There s no need for expensive software or fancy planners You can get started with nothing than a piece of paper, a pencil, and a kitchen timer You have so much you need to accomplish today Your list is a mile long and you find yourself getting interrupted every other minute You d like to tell everyone to leave you alone, but most of the interruptions are coming from you You think of a phone call you need to make or a web site you need to check and before you know it you re answering email, checking twitter, and finding a million other things to occupy your time You need to focus really focus The Pomodoro Technique puts you back in charge of your day You ll apply successful techniques from software engineering to identify what you should be doing today and to help you achieve your goals Your mind won t wander when it is fully engaged in short bursts of focused activity Learn to work less and accomplish using nothing than paper, pencil, and a simple kitchen timer Set the timer and start on your next Pomodoro When the bell rings take a break This personal approach to timeboxing is at the core of the Pomodoro technique and this book is filled with advice on how get started and how to tailor it to your own needs.

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    1. The Pomodoro Technique - Illustrated is one of those self-help books of which I am excessively fond, seeing as it's all about turning yourself into a productivity machine and not wasting your life away. This books is called "The Pomodoro Technique - Illustrated," because it's basically a re-write, with amateurish crayon drawings, of Francesco Cirillo's 1990s chapbook, "The Pomodoro Technique," which is available online, as a PDF, under a Creative Commons license, downloadable for free.Which more [...]

    2. The Pomodoro Technique is a system for increasing productivity devised by Francesco Cirillo. The basic idea behind this technique is so simple that you might wonder why anyone would need to read a book about it. To use the Pomodoro technique, get some sort of timer, set it for 25 minutes and start working. During that 25 minutes, your goal is to concentrate on that task and only that task. If you succeed, make a mark on the day's activity sheet. If you fail, the Pomodoro is void. After the 25 mi [...]

    3. Очень достойно! Чем лучше профессионал, тем больше "тонкостей" он может написать о самой простой вещи - даже такой, как "помидорный тайм-менеджмент")))Развернутая рецензия (+полезные ссылки) в моем блоге: s-kalinin/2013/05/

    4. Easy to follow yet completed coverage on the topic. Extra points for pitfalls FAQ (using within a team; interruptions and mindmaps/inbox management). Highly recommended even for those who's already a Pomodoro's practitioner.

    5. SummaryThis book answered all of my questions regarding "What in the world do you do besides 25/5 cycles?".Actual review Nice one. Turned out much better than my first impression after reading table of contents. As Pomodoro Technique itself is quite simple, there are a lot of common questions regarding it and this book lays nice answers for most of them. Staffan goes from very general ideas on how the brain works, why we procrastinate, what types of anxieties exist, why should we work only on a [...]

    6. This book is a clearer, much more coherent and systematic version of PDF, that's written by Cirillo himself. Apart from the illustrations, it adds some interesting information on how the brain works and why the Pomodoro method is effective from the scientific perspective. In the end, it adds some advise of how to adjust method for your needs. The adjustment I loved most was using cards and writing your Active Inventory on them instead of a standart list. The technique itself is quite effective a [...]

    7. A very good book detailing a very interesting time-management technique.This book acts as a very good introduction to the pomodoro technique and some of the reasons and theories as to why it works and is so effective. For those that haven't come across it, the pomodoro technique is a technique for time-management and focussing that suggests that the way to increase focus is to timebox your periods of intense focus into very short intervals (e.g. 25 minutes) and to use a timer (e.g. a tomato shap [...]

    8. أولى قراءات 2017الكتاب يشرح "تقنية الطماطم" لتنظيم الوقت (سميت بهذا الاسم لأن المؤلف كان ينظم وقته باستخدام منبه على شكل طماطم)التقنية باختصار هي أن تعمل ل 25 دقيقة متواصلة دون فقدان للتركيز لأي سبب، ثم تستريح 5 دقائق، وهذه الوحدة تدعى حبة طماطموكل 4 حبات تستريح لمدة نصف ساعةولكن [...]

    9. Interesting technique, presented in an inspiring fashion. It might take me some time to implement, but it made me enthusiastic about doing it.

    10. Focus on a particular task for 25 min, break for a few minutes. Keep a timer and a count of these 25-minute units (called pomodoro here). Useful and effective!

    11. This book was what I was hoping the "Official" Pomodoro Technique document would be. It welcomes the newbie and gives not only a great walk through of the system but the reasons behind why it works.

    12. A brief introduction of pomodoro technique, an approach for time management. This approach can help people to better focus on the tasks by segment the time into chunks and let the people to focus on one task in each chunk.

    13. A quick read that does a great job introducing the Pomodoro technique and gives some insider hints from someone you can tell has been a practitioner for quite awhile. I definitely plan on rereading this one once I have some more personal experience with Pomodoro.

    14. I've used this technique several years before, the good tip for me is how to grasp myself to be focus on current work on hands. Actually review technique is more important to control yourself.

    15. GTD로 목표를 정했으면 세부적으로는 뽀모도로 기법을 적용하여 작업을 처리하고 싶다. 그래서 찾아 읽었음.長: 뽀모도로 기법을 한글로 설명한 유일한 책. 短: 뽀모도로 기법의 철학적 배경에 대해 장황하게 설명. 세부적인 실행 방법에 대한 설명은 오히려 부족

    16. A good quick read, its effectiveness in the long term remains to be seen, but for now it has rekindled my motivation to focus.

    17. Very helpful technique, made easy to understand by Staffan Noteberg. Really enjoyed reading it (again and again) :-)

    18. I started this book in September 2015. Finished about 2/3s of the book, and just revisiting in June 2017. Reflecting on my life this past couple of years and on the many changes that finally came to fruition, just noticed the impact the Pomodoro technique has made along the way.So, the Pomodoro technique in a nutshell: Of course, write down your list of things you need to get done, choose most important task you want to focus on now, then set-aside a Pomodoro ( 25 minute intervals of undivided a [...]

    19. This is a book all about time management. It's written in an amusing style, with entertaining illustrations and clear explanations. The trouble is that although I've tried so very, very, very hard to stick to the suggested daily regimes, which are meant to make your life much better and help you to achieve more, I have failed big-time.It's as if the book comes with a free gremlin. This gremlin causes constant distractions such as making the telephone ring more than usual, people wandering into y [...]

    20. I don't think this should be your first book on the topic. What I didn't like is the intertwined explanation of the method itself with the (mostly scientific) motivation behind it. I would prefer to have these two parts separate. First - to have a very clear presentation of the method and then go over the steps and explain why they were done in that certain way. Or the other way round. The mini-chapters are very short and sometimes feel absolutely out of any sequence or order. Yes, the method ca [...]

    21. The Pomodoro technique is an interesting way to maximize the output of your time. Minimalistic iterations with a duration of only 25 minutes are long enough to get things done and short enough to stop the procrastination and the distractions. In Pomodoro Technique Illustrated Staffan Noteberg explains all the little steps you should take and how you can integrate it in your daily routines. From using a kitchen timer to your daily planning up to getting better at estimating is all in this book. A [...]

    22. A priori podría parecer que esto es una suerte de versión ampliada de The Pomodoro Technique, y a su manera lo es, pero tiene algunos claroscuros que hay que resolver antes de elegir uno u otro para aprender este método. Mientras el otro, siendo el manual original, profundiza mucho más en cómo funciona, y te lo repite, y te pone ejemplos, este también te lo explica pero de una forma ligeramente más laxa y basándose en su propia experiencia, que puede servir a algunos y a otros no. Ademá [...]

    23. This is one of the most pragmatic book on time management I've read. I guess there's a reason they call it a "Pragmatic Bookshelf" book.It's presented in a storybook format, one-page-per-topic, with a picture at the top. This made it very easy to read, and digest in very small bite-size pieces.The technique itself is so simple that it hardly seems necessary to write 130 some pages about it. Here, I'll give it to you in two short paragraphs.Make a list of stuff you want to do, pick one, set a tim [...]

    24. So in my never-ending quest to get more done in less time (basically because my work demands it and life isn't allowing it!), I have become a fan of the Pomodoro technique. Understanding the principles and the science behind this time management tool has helped me better prioritize and focus. Multi-tasking just doesn't work for many of us even though we're forced to work that way much of the time. The Pomodoro is an excellent tool if you are struggling with where to start and how to get more don [...]

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