We’ve all been there — the phone rings in the middle of an important task, or maybe an email alert pops up on your desktop — and then it takes you forever to get back on track (26 minutes on average, according to a study by IBM). Welcome to the modern world. If you’re looking to escape this for a minute, try this: the Pomodoro Technique thrives on the electronic-less. No distractions, no multi-tasking, one task (and only one task) for each pomodoro. So if you’re looking for a structured plan to get more done each day, this may be the answer.
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