Hello fraaandzz… Frog kha lo… 😜🐸
Yes today we’re gonna talk about “Eat that Frog with Pomodoro technique”
Here’s the intro…
The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The technique uses a timer to break down work into intervals, traditionally 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks. You have to give yourself a task, basically, in this technique. You set a timer for 25 minutes. After 25 minutes, you give yourself a reward of 5 minutes. It could be 5 minutes of internet surfing, a cup of tea or coffee, candy of any kind. Then you’ll repeat this process four times. After your 4th turn, give yourself a 15–20 minute break. After a break, you will go back to your task until you complete your task. This technique has been really worked out. I used this technique for my work.
My Experience…
So as I heard about this technique, i found that really interesting… I decided to use it while doing the task of developing an Apps basic model…I had to face a lot of interruptions like WhatsApp messages, Instagram notifications, and callings. But I put myself in full focus by switching off my mobile phone . Twenty five minutes later, I rewarded myself with chocolate and five minutes on WhatsApp. I’ve felt a lot of change in my work. Firstly I read and understand this technique, set my alarm and start doing the task… I created a blue print of the app with all the features … Then take a break and again set my alarm… Then i created a login page with all the buttons included . I used to finish this work in 5hour, but after applying this technique, I finished my work in just 80minutes. Wow! Wow! Wow! I’ve got some amazing results.
I realized that I did pretty good job by eating that frog 😁

It helped me a lot to obtain more results from my work. It helped me to do my work in a very short time with more focus.
Do I use it daily or not?
This technique was really helpful for me… My mom was surprised and appreciated because i share my progress with her … I never thought i could do this much work so quickly… I would definitely try this technique in future. I am the biggest procrastinator, and it’s going to help me overcome procrastination. A panic monster arrives in my mind during this technique. I kept thinking, I had to finish the maximum work before the timer rings, and I did it. Thank You Amal.




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