Would you twist a tomato to get more things done in a day? That’s the productivity secret South African writer and business consultant Nick Darlington told us made a difference in his writing practice. It’s called the Pomodoro Technique, named for a tomato-shaped kitchen timer that its creator had handy when he formulated the method in the 1980s.
- Learn the history of the Pomodoro Technique from its creator, Francesco Cirillo.
- Ed Gandia’s productivity secret that inspired Nick.
- Meg Selig writes about how work breaks help your brain.
- Julia Gifford clocked her colleagues to land on 52 minutes for the ideal task time.
- Stephanie Vozza explores more teams trying to concentrate on focused work.