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48 Minutes Timers with Seconds
Although a timer is defined as a type of clock used to measure the time interval, it is generally used as a counter that counts down from a given time and an alarm device usually rings once the measured time has run out. The first tools used in history to measure time are water clocks and they have been used since the 16th century BC. According to some, the subsequent hourglasses were invented by a Frankish priest in the 8th century; however, they were not used until the 14th century. On the other hand, the kitchen timer clock which was the first of the mechanical timers used even today was invented in by Thomas Norman Hicks. To use mechanical timers, such as kitchen timers, turn the counter-clockwise towards the time the timer will count down. And for the digital timer, you must select the hour, minute and second and then press the start key.
Hour Countdown Timers
Back in , the second year of this blog, I wrote about a simple time boxing concept called the Power of 48 Minutes. Then you take a minute break. You can repeat this as many times as needed. I currently use a minute time block, with a minute break, as I find that this is easily divided into five and ten-minute increments, which better matches the numbers on the clock. Early on I used an egg timer, but the constant ticking drove me nuts. I now use a digital timer which is completely quiet. I am currently using the Mastery Journal from podcaster, John Lee Dumas , to improve my focus and productivity in a day challenge. Over the years, I found situations where fifty minutes was not enough to complete a task, and that stopping in the middle was disruptive.
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