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The Flowtime Technique: A Pomodoro Alternative

Pomodoro Technique. It’s a time management system that suggests that you break down your work tasks into 25-minute chunks and take breaks in between them.The idea revolves around the notion that most people begin to lose focus after 25 minutes of continuous work and will need a reset to remain productive.

But there’s a problem with that idea: no two tasks are the same. And for that matter, neither are any two people! That means a one-size-fits-all productivity system can’t possibly be the best fit for everyone.But there’s an alternative that provides more flexibility and allows you to customize it for your specific use cases.

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Pomodoro Technique. It’s a time management system that suggests that you break down your work tasks into 25-minute chunks and take breaks in between them.The idea revolves around the notion that most people begin to lose focus after 25 minutes of continuous work and will need a reset to remain productive.
Q: “My daughter just started her freshman year at college. She has ADHD and has found that working in the library really helps her stay focused and motivated.

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