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The Pomodoro Technique

The Life-Changing Time-Management System
Length: 2 hrs and 50 mins
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Random House presents the audiobook adition of The Pomodoro Technique by Francesca Cirillo, read by Mark Deakins, with a preface read by the author.

Available for the first time, the internationally acclaimed time management system that has been used by millions, written by Francesco Cirillo, creator of the Pomodoro Technique.

We all face the same problem: we’re constantly busy, but we never seem to get anything done. We know we should focus on the task in hand, but it feels impossible with so many distractions and demands on our time.

We all need The Pomodoro Technique. This deceptively simple tool, now being used by more than two million people around the world, helps us regain control and achieve our goals. It transforms both work and homelife by splitting days into 25-minute ‘pomodoros’ which focus our minds and make us far more productive.

Drawing on more than two decades of refinement and thinking, this powerful little book will teach you how to...

  • Work with time
  • Eliminate burnout
  • Manage distractions
  • Create a better work/life balance

All using only a pen, some paper and a timer.

Start now - and join the Pomorodo revolution.

Fully updated edition with exclusive material on teamwork - to make you and your team more dynamic than ever.

©2018 Francesco Cirillo (P)2018 Random House Audiobooks

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Very good technique, not so good book

While I liked very much learning the history and rules of the Pomodoro, the story telling of said book is very rough and the entire third quarter focuses on super corporate teamwork and 'hackathons' and really loses its pace.

Still left with a good lesson however so I can't complain too much.

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Amazing Technique and the book is very easy to und

If you wanna get more out of your working day, then this book is a must read!

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Informative

Informative, helpful and builds productivity. Narrator was difficult to follow at times.
Overall, the technique works!

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  • Sudhirbharadhwaj
  • 14-09-18

back to basics book

I loved the book and technique . Am yet to embark on this journey but remain convinced that it will help me a lot on my bringing focus in my work.