If the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning is eat a live frog, then nothing worse can happen for the rest of the day!
Every morning eat one frog, the ugliest one, first thing
Recommended to numerous friends, they all loved it
Yes, Yes, Yes, this book has really helped me become more efficient in all areas of my life and not feet so overwhelmed.
It gave me some peace and a feeling that I can do something about the overwhelming life of a working mom and wife:)
Strategian, Team Coach
Brilliant advices and practices for everyone!
The content and message is same as in 21 success sectrets...
The quality is the crucial matter in business, the quantity at home!
Say something about yourself!
The opening statement of the book is that we already know what to do. Maybe we procrastinators do know this, and maybe the author is right, reading this book will bring this knowledge to the fore of out consciousness and we'll develop the discipline to overcome procrastination.... or maybe not.... I'll let you know.
Personality: Intellectually Driven
Of all good tips and enjoyable to listen to. The most useful tip is as strange as it sounds the title of the book referring to you should get that frog out of the way ASAP.
Depends on the friend. I did buy a copy for some of my staff members who will benefit from being more organized
Unless you are totally disorganized there is nothing new in this book. It is a very short and very good presentation on the basics of being more organized and avoiding procrastination by tackling the hardest jobs first. Even the most organized person would benefit from this brief review of how to get things done.
We all procrastinate .... This book though not earth shattering would be of value for EVERYONE ... because we all could use our time better and be so much more satisfied with our lives as a result .... This book was interesting and useful very well worth a credit or a purchase
I am a Youth Services Librarian at a public library and I love my job. I am also a runner and I love listening to great books while staying healthy. That's Elsie in the picture...she is my favorite running partner and typically perks her ears up during the tense portions of the books :)
It was author read, and he did ok just read way to fast.
Lots of tips and tricks like do that biggest and baddest thing on your list first instead of wasting time with the little things.
Better suited to a person in a business situation, but ok for someone who is just flat out busy and needs help prioritizing.
We listen to it everyday at work and it has helped us so very much in our attitude to all the tasks you put off time and time again.
Now we will be listening to all Brian Tracy audio books as it is a pleasure to listen to his lovely voice [we have other audio books but we find we prefer to just listen to Brian as the others can be abit grating]
I found this to be one of the most compact reviews of Brian's work over the last 30 years of any of his books. I have used it as a reminder once a week on my commute to help entrench these points. Began less than two months ago to practice the principles in this audio. I have thus far completed three very large tasks on my personal list of projects for the year. This book is gold if you will put in the daily and sometimes hourly effort to reform your personal habits, from procrastinating productivity to producing results one small action at a time.
This book is well worth your time!