You have an awful lot of tasks you need to complete today. You want to tell everyone to leave you alone. But you are causing many of the interruptions. When you look at the clock, you wonder where the day went. Even though you worked hard, you are nowhere near getting everything done. Try something new tomorrow!
The Monotasking book is recommended during prime time on CCTV—nationwide television in China.
I have written two books, one about
Monotasking and one about
Pomodoro. These books make advanced theories accessible to everyone. They are easy to read and contain an extensive set of illustrations and many handy tips—research condensed into something that works for all of us in reality.
The Monotasking and Pomodoro books give you a method that…
- … makes it easy to
focus on the most important tasks.
- … helps you
avoid unnecessary interruptions.
- … increases your control and
- … is
simple and intuitive without apps and IT.
- … is based on
The books are more popular than I could have imagined. Translated into many languages, they’ve sold half a million copies around the world.
Many companies also host a training for the entire team or department. It can be a