Want to knock out some of those projects piling up on your to do list? You’ve got to try this time management tool/brain hack.
Your feel-good neurotransmitters, Serotonin and Dopamine, will be flowing to help you push past procrastination and avoid the burnout of trying to do too much at once.
I used it to go through our garage (in 100 degree summer heat) and 2 closets quickly without ending up exhausted or overwhelmed.
It’s called the Pomodoro Technique™. It’ll help you better estimate the time and energy it takes to do a task.
You can use it to:
Focusing your attention on ONE thing, breaking it down, and building in breaks allows you to keep going without getting over fatigued and to finish the task quickly.
The next time you look at your to do list with dread or feel the weight of an unfinished project, train yourself to say, “I’ve got this. I’m gonna do just one Pomodoro Round.”
You won’t believe how much you get done and how great you’ll feel. Want to dive deeper, go to www.pomodorotechnique.com to learn more.
Let me know what you got done using this technique in the comments.
P.S. Not sure what to do after a run or on your recovery day? Download and test out this 3 minute Active Recovery Yoga Routine for Runners.
Mollie Miller, PT