6 responses to “The Pomodoro Technique: Study More Efficiently, Take More Breaks”

  1. Dami

    Love it

  2. mariama

    i love it ….it helped a lot

  3. Anonymous

    What do you mean by four pomodoro?

    1. kartik chhabra

      Sorry if it was a bit confusing. By “four Pomodoro”, it means doing the Pomodoro Technique four times, then taking a 30-minute break! Hope this clarifies the confusion.

  4. Omega Master

    Why we have to write down our Distracting thoughts on a piece of Paper ?

    1. kartik chhabra

      This is a very good question! In order to identify your distractions, it is beneficial to write them down where you can see them, in order to remind yourself what it is that is distracting you. This way you can take a look at it and clearly avoid it when these distractions come about again.

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