Eat that Frog with a Pomodoro

  • Choose the task.
  • Start the timer.
  • Start working for the task.
  • When you get distracted, note down that distraction and keep on working the task.
  • When the timer is over, stop doing your work and mark a star on notebook.
  • Take 3–5 minutes break.
  • Start from the initial step and keep on repeating the cycle until or unless you get 4 stars on notebook.
  • Take 15–20 minutes break.
  • Now complete all the task.
  • Time management
  • Work under pressure
  • Multitasking ability
  • Converting notebook data to digital notes.
  • Showpiece dusting and flowers washing.
  • Ornaments separation of Tripod stand and cleaning it.
  • Gathering, Arranging & Organizing Academic Documents.

Case 1: Converting notebook data to digital notes

  • I started writing in Google Keep with the same label color as I used the ball point of different color which resulted in a great way of organizing the stuff while accessing it anywhere.

Case 2: Showpiece dusting and flowers washing

  • I took the Flower decoration piece which was full of dust.
  • I washed it with water thoroughly.
  • I made it dry and filled it with the artificial flower which I just washed to insert them in the decoration piece.
  • Result is shown above.

Case 3: Ornaments separation of Tripod stand and cleaning it

  • I took my Tripod stand which was full of dust.
  • I separated each component of the tripod stand.
  • I used brush, water, and cloth to clean it to the depth.
  • I again joined all the components into a single Tripod stand.
  • Result is shown above.

Case 4: Gathering, Arranging & Organizing Academic Documents

  • First of all I gathered all of my notes which were placed randomly.
  • I took each of them and combined the single subject documents into one bundle.
  • Now I got all the subjects separately.
  • To recognize each subject I used sticky paper to label it.
  • I compiled 3 subjects into one file and labeling the file with subjected subjects as well.
  • Then I arranged all the file as shown above in the picture.

Personal Review:

  • The completion of tasks using the Pomodoro technique resulted quite difficult for me as the distraction had been such a great for me that I couldn’t initially able to do this at first. Later on, I decided to pull it off and then step by step did each thing. Quite a struggle it was but that is okay, now I understood how to implement properly and after the first case I was able to manage time in a better way in the next task.
  • It really helped me accomplishing the tasks in better way because I compiled up all the same categorical steps into a single using approaching to the final result then started the next same kind of things then amalgamated everything into a single output which really didn’t exhausted me.
  • Surely, I’ll try to execute my tasks daily using this technique to carry out the conclusion with ease and increase the productivity in myself as well.

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Well, you have came across with my name. I am 22 years old chap and doing bachelors in Electrical Engineering, last semester. I belong to a middle class family.

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Kamran Mushtaq

Kamran Mushtaq

Well, you have came across with my name. I am 22 years old chap and doing bachelors in Electrical Engineering, last semester. I belong to a middle class family.

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