In athletics there are sprint, when you lay all at once for a short period and marathon, when you are evenly spending power.
Are there similar techniques for programmers?
I feel like a Sprinter, when the deadline is, but I do feel psychological burden, I think that if I was calm, I would have done the same and maybe more.
On the other hand when I think that work is relaxed, I understand that part-time working do not work (the social network, music, tea, cookies), and work and make Leno reluctantly.
Are there any tricks, materials on how to be in work, but to spend less energy?
Alexandrea_Beahan72 answered on April 4th 20 at 13:28
There are a number of techniques that help to cope with the load at large distances. One of the most popular - work "tomato". The gist of it is that within a relatively short period of time (25 minutes) is work only on one task, without distraction on the social. network and other irritants. The period of work should be a five minute rest, during which time you can have time to check the notifications in the phone and reply to messages.
This and other useful techniques in the book Dorofeeva "Jedi techniques". There, the author picks up a considerable Arsenal of how to save time and effort.
More on this topic is the book "Getting Things Done" by David Allen, also gives an understanding of how "menagerie" and to cope with their own problems, not to dig in them.
Cordelia80 answered on April 4th 20 at 13:30
Slowly you can work only for themselves, at least not to work until the stomach will not tell the loaded word. Uncle or aunt cares about YOU, your ambitions and wants, they pay you for solving THEIR problems.