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ADHD tools: focus booster

I downloaded this on my work PC this afternoon, and it was really pretty helpful. I’ve gotten to the point where I tune out outlook reminders, and even reminders from mycell phone  palm pilot pocket pc blackberry. I was really surprised by how much I got done in the 25 minutes I used it… not allowing myself to be distracted by new incoming mail or other tasks and just focusing on this ONE folder in my mailbox… although I couldn’t exactly ignore the Office Communicator message that came in from a colleague in another department… 🙂 I downloaded it on my laptop at home in hopes of managing my blogging time better (I get lost on google when I do research & fact checking)… it takes me WAY too long to compose!!!

A free application to help you get what you need done. Pronto!

 focus booster is a simple and elegant application designed to help you eliminate the anxiety of time and enhance your focus and concentration.

focus booster has been designed based on the principles of the Pomodoro Technique and features:

  • a sleek and unobtrusive design
  • changes color as time goes by for quick, peripheral updates
  • alarm/buzzer sounds for completed sessions
  • customizeable time and sound settings
  • session counter

It’s quick to start up and works efficiently in the background without consuming computer resources, or your focus.

Pomodoro in your browser!

Don’t feel like installing our desktop version? Away from your computer? Use our online version, focus booster live!

Coming soon!

  • break counter to keep you rollin’ through the sessions (v1.0)
  • record your sessions with notes and rating
  • online community to track and share your sessions

What is the Pomodoro Technique?

the Pomodoro Technique is a time management method created by Francesco Cirillo. It can be used for any kind of task and enables you to view time as a valuable ally in acomplishing what you want to do.

focus booster is a digital pomodoro timer to help you implement the Pomodoro Technique as quickly and efficiently as possible. Use it with ease and no fuss to focus on the things that are important, ignoring the distractions.

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  1. November 8, 2009 at 11:48 AM

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