Having trouble finishing your book on time? Free Pomodoro resources

Posted June 5th @ 2:16 pm by Roger C. ParkerPrint

If you’re having trouble starting to write your book, or finishing your book on time, explore the numerous free resources available at the Pomodoro Technique website.

The Pomodoro Technique is a proven and established writing, productivity, and time management system based on focused, short, timed writing sessions and frequent breaks.

Francesco Cirillo’s Pomodoro Technique has been in use since the 1980′s helping writers beat writer’s block. It gains new followers each year. It can be practiced individually, or in groups.

The Pomodoro Technique recognizes the inevitability of interruptions and handling them in appropriate ways.

Free Pomodoro Technique resources

There are numerous free resources available at the Pomodoro Resource website. These include:

  • Pomodoro Technique e-book. Shown above, the Pomodoro Technique is a 45-page, instantly-delivered (no registration required) description of the writing productivity system and a guide to implementing it.
  • To Do Today Worksheet. The To Do Today worksheet is one of the Pomodoro Technique’s most important tools, ready for you to download and use.
  • Activity Inventory Worksheet. If you’re having trouble dealing with interruptions, you’ll find the Activity Inventory will shed new light on the tasks you’re trying to accomplish and how you actually spend your time.

Pomodoro user experiences

One of the most interesting pages of the Pomodoro Technique site is the User Experiences page, consisting of real-world stories and photographs contributed by users.

Ideas for authors of all types & experience levels

The Pomodoro Technique has something to offer both fiction and nonfiction authors, as well as busy self-employed professionals. Whether you’re a first-time author having trouble writing and finishing your first book, or an experienced, multi-title author looking for ideas about building a community around your book and your ideas, you’ll leave the Pomodoro Technique site with dozens of new ideas and useful resources. Do you use the Pomodoro Technique? Share your experiences as comments, below!

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