Tracy at his best – still as motivating and inspiring as ever, but super concise and clear. Want to stop procrastinating and get more done with you time? He’s got 21 suggestions for how to do just that. While the title is vivid and memorable, that’s only one of his suggestions. Liberal use of bullet points help make it an easy book to pick up and read in snippets.
Nothing in the book is super original (but how many original ways are there really to tackle procrastination?). The strength of the book is in it’s organization and style – no fluff, no theoretical ideas on things to try – just clear ideas for things that can be put into practice immediately to improve your time management and overall life organization.
Using “eat that frog” as a metaphor for tackling the day’s most challenging task, Tracy shows readers how to zero in on these critical tasks and organize their time. He details 21 practical, doable steps to stop the procrastination treadmill and get more of the important tasks done.
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