By the time you get through nursing school, you will be a productivity hacking genius! It’s just a necessary part of getting everything done, so it’s definitely a skill you’ll develop over time.
But what if you want black-belt level productivity skills starting today?
Then you, my friend, are in for a treat with this bonus episode! I’ll be sharing the technique that has helped me get more done in less time – The Pomodoro Technique.
- What is the Pomodoro Technique
- Why this technique absolutely works (it’s science!)
- How do you use it?
- What apps I recommend (bonus, they are free!)
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