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  • The Pomodoro Technique, Eisenhower Matrix and The 80/20 Rule are some of the most popular and effective time management techniques that can help us to increase productivity, focus on important tasks, and use our our time more efficiently. Each technique has its own unique approach and can be tailored to meet our specific needs. 
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  • It’s good to try different techniques to see which one works best for each of us and to find the right balance between them.
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  • The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method that was developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The technique is based on the idea that breaking down work into short, focused intervals, known as “Pomodoros”, can help to increase productivity and focus.
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  • The technique is simple and easy to use, and it involves working on a specific task for a set period of time, usually 25 minutes, followed by a short break of 5 minutes. After four “Pomodoros”, a longer break of 15-20 minutes is taken. This cycle is then repeated throughout the day.
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  • The Pomodoro Technique is designed to help us focus on one task at a time, minimize distractions, and increase productivity by working in short, focused intervals. It also helps to improve time management skills and to reduce procrastination. To use the technique, we will need a timer, a task list, and a pen and paper to track our progress.
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  • Some of the benefits of the Pomodoro Technique include better focus and concentration, improved time management, and reduced feelings of being overwhelmed and burnout. By breaking down tasks into manageable chunks and taking regular breaks, the Pomodoro Technique can help us to be more productive and to get more done in less time.
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  • Pomodoro Technique: –
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  • Step 1: 
  • Set a timer for 25 minutes and work on a specific task during this time. 
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  • Step 2: 
  • Once the timer goes off, take a 5-minute break to rest and recharge. 
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  • Step 3: 
  • Repeat this cycle (25 minutes of work and 5 minutes of break) for 4 times, then take a longer break of 15-20 minutes. 
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  • Step 4: 
  • Track your progress and make adjustments as needed.
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  • The Eisenhower Matrix, also known as the Eisenhower Decision Principle or the Eisenhower Box, is a time management tool that helps individuals to prioritize tasks based on their level of importance and urgency. It was developed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who is said to have used it to manage his time effectively.

    The matrix is divided into four quadrants:

  • 1 – Urgent and Important
  • These are tasks that are both urgent and important, and they require immediate attention.
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  • 2 – Important but not Urgent
  • These are tasks that are important but don’t have a deadline, they should be scheduled for later.
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  • 3 – Urgent but not Important
  • These are tasks that are urgent but not important, they can be delegated or eliminated.
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  • 4 – Not Urgent and Not Important
  • These are tasks that are not important and not urgent, they can be eliminated or postponed.
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  • The goal of the Eisenhower Matrix is to help individuals focus on the most important tasks, and to prioritize those tasks that are both urgent and important. By using this tool, individuals can learn to manage their time more effectively and to use their time more efficiently. It can be used for both personal and professional tasks, it’s a simple and effective way to organize and plan your day, week or month.
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  • Eisenhower Matrix: –
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  • Step 1: 
  • Create a matrix with four quadrants: Urgent and Important, Important but not Urgent, Urgent but not Important, and Not Urgent and Not Important. 
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  • Write down all the tasks you need to do and place them in the corresponding quadrant. 
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  • Prioritize the tasks that are in the Urgent and Important quadrant, and do them first. 
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  • Schedule the tasks that are in the Important but not Urgent quadrant for later. 
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  • Delegate or eliminate the tasks that are in the Urgent but not Important quadrant. 
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  • Eliminate or postpone the tasks that are in the Not Urgent and Not Important quadrant.
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  • The 80/20 Rule, also known as the Pareto principle, states that 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. In terms of time management, this principle suggests that 80% of your results come from just 20% of your tasks. In other words, a small number of tasks are responsible for the majority of your results. The 80/20 rule can be used to help you focus on the most important tasks and to use your time more efficiently.
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  • The 80/20 rule can be applied in different ways, but one common approach is to use it to identify the 20% of tasks that are most important and will give you the most results. Once you have identified these tasks, you can prioritize them and focus on them first. By doing this, you can achieve more with less time and effort.
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  • It’s worth noticing that the 80/20 rule is not a hard and fast rule, but a general principle that can be applied in different ways depending on your specific situation. It’s an approximation, not an exact rule.
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  • Additionally, it’s important to review the tasks that are considered in the 20% periodically, as they can change over time, and your goals and priorities can change as well. By doing this, you can ensure that you are always focusing on the most important tasks and getting the most out of your time.
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  • 80/20 Rule:
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  • Step 1: 
  • Identify the 20% of the tasks that will give you 80% of the results.
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  • Prioritize these tasks and do them first.
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  • Eliminate or delegate the tasks that are not part of the 20%.
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  • Step 4: 
  • Review and reflect regularly to ensure that you are still focusing on the most important tasks.
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  • Remember that these are the general steps to follow, you can adjust them according to your needs.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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