Even in Multitasking, we need to do One at a time!
Sometimes we lead a multiple personality disorder within us. It could be because of various reasons
– Setting unachievable Goals/ Targets
– Working on multiple tasks at the same time
– Unable to or Fail prioritizing our Tasks
– Avoiding situations in the name of Fear/ Self-doubt ( a syndrome, “If I can achieve my Organization targets or personal targets?”)
– Not saying a NO! (Taking more than what our plate can hold)
– Being a Perfectionist
– Filling the Bucket with Ideas and Plans –> Implementation (None) –> All in the air
– Crisis Maker ( We create crisis as a Happy mixture for our own selves, this could be because of imagination and when we live too much in the Future)
& the list goes on.
There’s one thing we were always told and we parked it in our Childhood, Yes, a Tool which is rusting for ages!
Whenever a child is playing, the child’s focus is only on that game and completing it, once the game is done, they take a break and immediately they move on to the next.
This is exactly what is taught in #PomodoroTehnique
How does #pomodoro work?
1) Pick a task. (Eat that Frog alive, FOR Eg: That task which is pending for ages, Pick it up and finish it) – Time it for not more than 30-40 mins.
2) Fix a timer at the 20-25th min.
3) Focus only on that task, everything else takes a backstage. (Send all the distractions to Sun, moon and Stars)
(Close those apps/Emails for sometime atleast, may be away from people too.) Because every distraction will cost your 20-25 mins in resuming to your work.
4) Assess at the end of 25 mins the progress (there would be a milestone achievement definitely)
5) 2-3 mins short break
Get back and finish the remaining.
This would help us in keeping our focus and finishing our task bite by bite.
& Start the timer again for another session.
As we complete our task, there’s mental and emotional satisfaction which would break our UN-SUPPORTING Beliefs.
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