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16 Nov 2009, 02:48
Marcelo de Moraes Serpa (7 posts)


Great work on the book, being written by a practitioner of the technique, it gives a different and more practical-oriented insight than the official pomodoro book.

One thing that would really be useful, at least for GTD practitioners (which I’m a long-time proponent of), is a more detailed discussion on where pomodoro fits/relates to the GTD approach. I think that the killer personal productivity process would include GTD and pomodoro for efficient/focused execution :)

Thanks and keep up the great work,


23 Nov 2009, 15:03
Staffan Nöteberg (8 posts)

Hi Marcelo,

Pomodoro and GTD is an interesting combo. I think that they can work together as long as you tweak the interface in-between them.

Some people like Renzo Borgatti ( and Arjun Muralidharan ( has expanded a bit on this, but much more need to be said – and I think it will in the near future.

Best // Staffan

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