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Eat That Frog

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Product Type: Self-Help
Vendor: Keny Stationery

Author: Brian Tracy
Condition: New
Binding: PAPERBACK

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  • Author : Brian Tracy
  • Publisher : Penguin Random House
  • Edition : 2017
  • Language : English
  • Genre : Self-Help
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"Eat That Frog" by Brian Tracy is a transformative guide to overcoming procrastination and maximizing productivity. Tracy draws on his decades of experience as a personal development expert to offer practical strategies for tackling tasks and achieving goals effectively.

The central premise of the book is derived from Mark Twain's famous quote, "Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day." Tracy uses this metaphor to illustrate the importance of tackling the most challenging or important tasks early in the day, rather than procrastinating or avoiding them.

Throughout the book, Tracy outlines 21 practical techniques for prioritizing tasks, managing time efficiently, and maintaining focus amidst distractions. From setting clear goals to practicing the 80/20 rule (focusing on the most impactful activities), Tracy provides readers with actionable steps to increase productivity and achieve success.

Moreover, Tracy emphasizes the importance of self-discipline, perseverance, and continuous improvement in overcoming procrastination and achieving one's full potential. He encourages readers to develop habits of success and to adopt a mindset of personal responsibility and accountability.

With its concise and straightforward approach, "Eat That Frog" serves as a valuable resource for anyone looking to boost their productivity and accomplish more in less time. Whether you're a student, professional, or entrepreneur, Tracy's timeless advice can help you overcome procrastination, prioritize effectively, and achieve your goals with greater efficiency and confidence.

 

From the Back Cover

STOP PROCRASTINATING 

GET MORE OF THE IMPORTANT THINGS DONE- TODAY!
There just isn't enough time for everything on our to-do list?and there never will be. Successful people don't try to do everything. They learn to focus on the most important tasks and make sure those get done. They eat their frogs.


There's an old saying that if the first thing you do each morning is eat a live frog, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing you're done with the worst thing you'll have to do all day. For Tracy, eating a frog is a metaphor for tackling your most challenging task?but also the one that can have the greatest positive impact on your life. Eat That Frog! shows you how to organize each day so you can zero in on these critical tasks and accomplish them efficiently and effectively.

In this fully revised and updated edition, Tracy adds two new chapters. The first explains how you can use technology to remind yourself of what is most important and protect yourself from what is least important. The second offers advice for maintaining focus in our era of constant distractions, electronic and otherwise.

But one thing remains unchanged: Brian Tracy cuts to the core of what is vital to effective time management: decision, discipline and determination. This life-changing book will ensure that you get more of your important tasks done?today!

 

About the Author

Brian Tracy:

Brian Tracy is Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company specializing in the training and development of individuals and organizations.

Brian's goal is to help you achieve your personal and business goals faster and easier than you ever imagined.

Brian Tracy has consulted for more than 1,000 companies and addressed more than 5,000,000 people in 5,000 talks and seminars throughout the US, Canada and 55 other countries worldwide. As a Keynote speaker and seminar leader, he addresses more than 250,000 people each year.