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What I use is kanbanflow.com - a kanban board with a embedded pomodoro timer. That timer has a log that looks something like this: Worked focused for 25 minutes on "Learn ZCA" without stop. One pomodoro completed 10 December 2014 00:14 Stopped after 5 minutes of work on "Learn ZCA" with reason "Phone call". Sorry, the pomodoro was not completed ...
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Marinara Timer keeps a running list of your intervals for you. You get a personal link (that you can share with other team members) and as long as you keep using the same link, it holds on to your history. Full disclosure, this was created by a team at the company I work for.
Marinaratimer.com lets you tweak the time increments to your needs, which could help this problem. Full disclosure - my company created the site for internal use and recently opened it up for others.
Another option is to get the other team members on board with the method as well. Marinaratimer.com (full disclosure, my company developed it as a side project) let's you share the link out so all members of a team can be on the same schedule. Obviously doesn't work for everyone, but a few of our teams swear by it when they are all working on something ...
One of my company's development teams created a browser-based version called Marinara Timer that allows you to tweak the length of the pomodoro and breaks. We just put it up so people outside the company can use it. You can even share the link to your team so you're all on the same timer. I'd love your feedback.
Not everything worth doing is worth overdoing. What happened to you is you've found that running is good. And you decided to become Forrest Gump in hist best years. There is a common misconception that the goal of time management techniques is to enable you be super-productive round the clock. That is not true. "Work smarter, not harder" is a good thing. ...
Among other things, flow is characterized by: Distorted or lost sense of time Lack of distractions or interruptions Dampened physiological drives (sleep/thirst/hunger) Therefore, the pomodoro technique is theoretically incompatible with flow because: It brings back to us the sense of time. It keeps interrupting us It forces us to take breaks for ...
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