Stop Procrastinating: 6 Steps Using Pomodoro Technique

 

Stop Procrastinating

Back in the days, when I used to procrastinate a lot. When I always forget that today is the tomorrow I’ve talked about yesterday.

Back then, when I’d postpone what I’m meant to do now until tomorrow and I’ll end up not doing it again. Just wasting valuable time

But now, with the help of this Pomodoro technique, I was able to stop procrastinating and then been able to get the most out of my day.

This makes me become more productive in my day to day activities.

The Pomodoro technique will help you break down your work into manageable chunks and overcome any mental resistance to get started.

Here’s how to use the Pomodoro technique for you to beat procrastinating.

6 Steps to Stop Procrastinating use Pomodoro technique

  • Step 1: Decide on a task to be done
  • Step 2: Set the Pomodoro timer (usually 25 minutes).
  • Step 3: work on the task until the timer rings. If a distraction pop into your head, write it down but immediately get back on task.
  • Step 4: After the timer rings, put a checkmark on the piece of paper.
  • Step 5: 1-3 checkmark: Take 3-5 minutes break and go back to step 2
  • Step 6: 4 checkmarks: Take a longer 15-30 minutes break. Restart the checkmark count to zero, then return to step 1.

Therefore, always remember that every day spent procrastinating is another day spent worrying about that thing. Do it now, and move in with your life!

For more tips to stop procrastinating you can read this article – 3 Effective Principles to Help You Stop Procrastinating and Start Taking Action

 

Speak Your Mind

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.