That means we start every day knowing we're not going to get it all done. So how we spend our time is a key strategic decision. That's why it's a good idea to create a to do list and an ignore list. The hardest attention to focus is our own.
But even with those lists, the challenge, as always, is execution. How can you stick to a plan when so many things threaten to derail it? How can you focus on a few important things when so many things require your attention? STEP 1 (5 M
The Pomodoro Technique was invented in the early 90s by Francesco Cirillo based on the idea of getting things done in pre-determined blocks of time. It is probably one of the simplest productivity methods to implement. You break your workday into 25-minute segments that are separated by five-minute breaks. Each 25-minute work period is called a “pomodoro”, named after the Italian word for tomato. Francesco Cirillo used a kitchen timer shaped like a tomato as his personal time
It has long been our belief that brain function is at its peak during early adulthood and then gradually declines, leading to memory loss in later years. However, recent studies in the function of the brain have proven that it keeps evolving by building new connections to strengthen memory as we age, a phenomenon called neuroplasticity. We can increase our brain’s ability to change and reorganize itself and its function, i.e. neuroplasticity, at any time in our lives by simpl