This is very easy to listen to, as the author/narrator speaks with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. I love the reference he uses to eat the ugliest, largest frogs first when it comes to procrastination of your most important and daunting tasks. I have listened to it more than once and always find it inspirational.
This is also a great book on time management and should be read first before reading any other time management book.
This is a good book! It changed my mindset about the importance of time and my general attitudes toward life. It has a lot of very good insight
The author makes a valid point stating that we all have 24 hours in a day and the quality of our lives is determined by how effectively we choose to spend those 24 hours. Running a small business, I found this to be packed full of useful tools to use.
It's awesome. After finish listening, I started working on the most difficult homework from my online course, and finished it in Sunday afternoon. With the flow created, I continued working on it, and finished next week's discussion as well. Felt satisfied as stated. Today I went to work, and started to work on the most important job right away, without distraction by the internet as before, so that I am able to take a day off tomorrow. It was awesome. I hope I don't forget it in the future. Those kind of motivation books usually work the best in the begining.
Great little book on ending procrastination and goal setting. Eat that Frog has twenty-one tips with great examples and complementary exercises. Each of the tips could be used by itself or in conjunction with other suggested plans for ending time wasters, procrastination, and various other goal destroying activities. This book gives the reader lots of ideas on how to eat your ugliest frog and is a quick and easy listen. The only reason I did not award it 5stars is because some of the examples overlapped and it became repetitive towards the end.
Very good. Keeps one's interest. Pulls information from other sources, but does a good job for the most part of identifying what is realistic. Generally pretty motivating.
You'll get the point when you read the book. It's always amazing to me that everything follows the 80/20 rule... but, we have to put it into practice.