Useless? Weekly Planning, all the flies in this ointment

Do you have unfinished business right now? For example, some tasks with not have a flexible deadline. Ok, we recommend you go and do them instead of reading about weekly planning. But if you have some free time, which you can waste on this article, you’re welcome. Right from here, you’ll learn: About weekly planning […]

The depths of the Deep work. Can you dive deeper?

Ok, may you find our previous article about Getting things done really help you to dive into the depths of the deep work? But let the jokes out. Today we’re serious, cause the: Deep work is the most routine organizational method. It requires you all the fundamental methods of organization, which you learned before. You […]

Spartan-style: How to create tasks, and follow them!

Do you know all the myths about the Spartan god of wars? About their successes in the battles… All you heard before about them is a lie. The truth about their success hides in two main principles, not a wide specialization, and titan discipline. Yeah, all they did is just learn how to fight, and […]

Planning fallacy: the Illustration of how it works Blog

Planning fallacy: Do you have a Plan?

Fall… Plans… Planning Fallacy: The ultimate reason why you always have delays! Interesting fact: This article is the best illustration of how the Planning fallacy works. The author, who starts work on it, tells the editor’s office that it’ll be ready in 24 hours. But in reality, he’s spent more than two days writing it, […]


How to use the Pomodoro technique in the Pomodizer app

The Pomodoro technique is a simple and extremely effective tool for productive work. It is what most inspires our team, and we have tried to adapt our application as much as possible to this technique The Pomodoro technique involves these basic tools: • Task list – list where to-do next tasks are accumulated. You can […]


Pomodoro Technique by Francesco Cirillo

This article describes the Pomodoro Technique by Francesco Cirillo in a practical way. After reading you will understand the basics of this powerful time management and effectiveness tool. What is the Pomodoro Technique? The Pomodoro Technique was developed in the late 1980s, by the Italian, Francesco Cirillo as a time management technique. One main characteristic of this now classic technique is the use […]

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