12358 #003 — Fibonacci Pomodoro Technique

Fibonacci Pomodoro Technique

Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed and unproductive?

Well, look no further! The 12358 Newsletters is here to help you achieve your goals and improve your daily life.

In this edition, we’re going to be talking about the Fibonacci Pomodoro Technique, a powerful combination of the Fibonacci sequence and the Pomodoro Technique that will help you work smarter, not harder. We’ll also be sharing some self-improvement tipsdaily Stoics for you to think about, and daily quote snippets from productivity experts. And for an extra dose of motivation, we’ll also be discussing the book “You Owe You” by Eric Thomas, PhD, where you will learn as to who is responsible for changing the trajectory of your life.

But that’s not all, we’ll also be sharing some of my personal anecdotes and experiences on how I’ve used these techniques to improve my own productivity and how you can do the same. So, whether you’re a student, a professional, or just someone looking to get things done, this newsletter is for you. It’s time to take control of your life.

Let’s get to work!

The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers where each number is the sum of the two preceding ones.

It starts with 0 and 1. And can be used in various fields such as mathematics, art, and design. But it can also be applied to improve productivity.

One way to use it in productivity is by using the Fibonacci Pomodoro technique. This is a time management method that combines the Pomodoro Technique with a time management method that uses a timer to break down work into Fibonacci intervals.

In this method, each work interval is a number from the Fibonacci sequence. Here’s an example:

  • 5 minutes of warm-up
  • 8 minutes of abs workout for beginners
  • 13 minutes of walking exercise
  • 21 minutes of meditation

The idea is that by using shorter intervals, you can stay focused and avoid burnout.

Keep in mind that Fibonacci and Pomodoro are just one of the many tools you can use to improve productivity. It’s important to find what works for you.

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Self-improvement tips

I love your kind heart — Watch it here.

You can have it all — Watch it here.

Now, think about these

  1. The greatest obstacle to living is expectancy, which hangs upon tomorrow and loses today. You are arranging what lies in Fortune’s control, and abandoning what lies in yours. What are you looking at? To what goal are you straining? The whole future lies in uncertainty: LIVE IMMEDIATELY — Lucius Annaeus Seneca
  2. It’s silly to try to escape other people’s faults. They are inescapable. Just try to escape your own — Marcus Aurelius
  3. We should realize that an opinion is not easily formed unless a person says and hears the same things every day and practices them in real life — Epictetus

Who is responsible for changing the trajectory of your life?

The book, You Owe You by Eric Thomas PhD, is a self-help book that focuses on personal development and self-empowerment. It encourages readers to take responsibility for their own lives and make positive changes to improve their circumstances. The book offers practical advice and actionable steps for achieving success in various areas of life — career & growth, health & key relationships, and quality of life.

Key Takeaways

  • It is important to take responsibility for your own life and actions. The first step towards achieving success and reaching your full potential is taking ownership of your own life, rather than blaming others or external circumstances for your problems.
  • Set clear, achievable goals and take consistent action towards achieving them. Identify what you truly want in life, and develop a clear plan of action for achieving it. Take small, consistent steps towards your goals, rather than waiting for the perfect opportunity or trying to achieve everything at once.
  • The power of positive thinking and visualization can manifest success. You can attract positive energy and opportunities into your life by focusing on positive thoughts and visualizing yourself achieving your goals. Have you thought of creating your own Vision Board?
  • It is important to have self-discipline and perseverance in the face of life’s challenges and obstacles. True success is not just about achieving external markers of success, but also about developing inner strength and resilience. You have to push through difficult times and stay focused on your goals, even when faced with obstacles and setbacks.
  • Focus on developing your inner self and strive for a sense of balance and well-being in all areas of your life.

Always take control of your own life and make positive changes to improve your circumstances. If you’re looking for a great read to take your personal and professional life to the next level and make meaningful changes, “You Owe You” by Eric Thomas PhD is a powerful and motivational self-help book. It offers practical advice and actionable steps for achieving success in various areas of life.

I will leave you with this thought: To become a triple threat, gain new knowledge, become a top performer, and bring clarity and proficiency into your expression.

Snippets from the experts

  • Resistance is your sign to dive in. Launch even if you think it won’t sell. Approach even if you think you’ll get rejected. Start even if you think people won’t support you. What most people fear is what makes few people great — Dan Koe
  • “Why aren’t I growing? I must be shadow banned.” You’re not making friends. You’re posting 1 a day. You’re not replying to comments on your posts. And you’re not saying anything interesting. VOLUME + QUALITY = GROWTH — Dakota Robertson
  • Find a multiplier job. You’ll grow faster if the job that’s “paying the bills” is accelerating your path to leap and do your own thing. Find an opportunity where you can learn the skills you’ll need later on with someone else’s money — Nicolas Cole
  • Silence doesn’t mean inactivity. It often means exactly the opposite — Cockpunch
  • If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete — Jack Kornfield
  • What must ultimately motivate you is the work itself and the process. Public attention is actually a nuisance and a distraction — Robert Greene
  • It’s impossible for your startup to please everyone so don’t even try. Instead, solve a really specific problem for really specific customers. Because when you try to please everyone you end up pleasing no one — Andrew Gazdecki
  • A sign of self-mastery is forcing yourself to write on days you don’t feel like it — Tim Denning

What have you learned from this 12358 newsletter today?

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By Joy de Guzman

Joy de Guzman is a freelancer and blogger who writes about productivity and self-improvement. Joy is the founder and editor of Plus63Media, a one-person media business that focuses on productivity, consistency, and result.

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