Build in frequent breaks. Use the Pomodoro Technique.

#774 12. Build in frequent breaks. Use the Pomodoro Technique.
Principle:
QUOTES:
[1] Scripture
[2] Build in frequent breaks. Small, frequent breaks are a great way to refresh and recharge. Like the Pomodoro Technique, a time-management strategy in which you work on one task for 25 minutes and then take a five-minute break. (To time yourself, use a kitchen timer or your phone.) The key to not burning out is to not let burnout sneak up on you. Scheduling regular short breaks ensures that won’t happen.
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NOTES:
QUESTIONS for thinking it through: 
How could this clarify my Reality?
How could this benefit if added to my Disciplines?
Who needs to hear this?
SOURCES:
[1] Scripture
[2] #12, from Jeff Haden, “90 Smart Ways to Radically Boost Your Productivity: An epic list of ways to increase your personal productivity and be a lot more successful.” It was published on Inc.com on1/9/2017. https://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/first-90-days-90-ways-to-boost-your-productivity.html
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