There are people who are organised, and then there’s Jo Bendle. The Queen of Productivity this woman has been an inspiration from the moment I met her.
That inspiration turned to respect after working with her for 90 days and seeing my income soar. This woman flicked a switch in my head and got me focused, balanced and productive.
One of Jo’s techniques, in particular, has always stuck with me. The Pomodoro Technique is a great way to break down large writing tasks into manageable chunks. (Jo calls these chunks ‘poms’).
Meet Jo Bendle
In this fabulous interview, Jo shares her take on the Pomodoro technique. We talk about what it is, how it helps and how and when to use it.
If you’ve taken my 5-day Content Challenge you’ll know this forms the basis of everything I do and write. It’s a game-changer.
Ready to change the way you work forever?
Watch the video.
What’s The Pomodoro Technique?
It’s a simple time management technique based on scientific evidence that says we can only focus on something for short periods of time – 25 minutes to be precise.
When creating your content, stop thinking of blog posts and e-books as one momentous task. Instead, break it down into 20-25minutes tasks, moving it forward with each step.
After each short session, do something else (have a break) for 5 minutes. Then it’s back to it or on to the next task. You’ll be AMAZED at what you achieve.
Why is it called The Pomodoro Technique?
No idea. But a Pomodoro is a very LARGE tomato. I like to think Francesco Cirillo, who invented this technique, eats his tomatoes in 25-minute chunks (quarters).
Ready to Pom Yourself?
If you’re ready to apply The Pomodoro Technique to you content and never experience writer’s blog again, read this and then give it a go!