In his trademark high-energy style, acclaimed speaker and best-selling author Brian Tracy cuts to the core of what is vital to effective personal time management: decision, discipline, and determination. He reminds us: "The purpose of time-management skills, of eating that frog, and getting more done in less time, is to enable you to spend more 'face time' with the people you care about, doing the things that give you the greatest amount of joy in life."
©2006 Brian Tracy; (P)2006 The Audio Partners Publishing Corp.
I am a plastic surgeon by profession A father by heart A trader by choice A teacher by passion A child by curiosity
it has good practical advice
he is a good speaker motivator
i wish i could , i will listen to it several times though
Here Brian Tracy teaches us lessons in 21 steps. I've read the book and know listened to it on audio book twice. Brian has great knowledge, however, his reading should be done by someone else. His tone never changes and it's mono-toned the whole time.
If you're interested in this book, then you're probably a busy person who doesn't have the time for reading a paperback... so, I recommend the audio edition. Easy to listen to in the car!
It's easy to fall into the trap of tackling the myriad small tasks that overwhelm our daily to-do lists... Eat That Frog forces you to think about procrastinating on the little stuff and focus ALL your energy on the biggest, most important tasks. Sounds obvious but few people I know do this with consistency.
Practice! Practice! Practice!
I found this book to be on point and very practical. It's a must have!!!
Smart Friendly Comfortable
Just a good old fashion this-makes-sense book. You'll find yourself nodding in agreement with a lot of chapters. Chapter 4 was the best for me, but many other stood out as well. Somewhere in this book you'll find enough knowledge to make it a very worthwhile purchase. Great job Mr.Tracy!
It makes reference to others so it makes it more enjoyable and realistic.
Start with the hardest task first, oposite of what I was doing.
Please give recomendations and tips of this topic on audible.
I really liked his examples of tasks and goals along with how to tackle the issues that are keeping you from performing at peak optimization. I did, however, begin to think towards the end, that he was flip-flopping his stance to get the biggest, ugliest task out of the way first on down to slicing it up into manageable chunks "bologna" or busting a hole in part of it "swiss cheese," and then went all the way to say that you need to enjoy life, take time off, and spend time with your family. While the beginning is a huge motivator to get moving, but completely unrealistic for having a life, the latter part is more enjoyable thinking, but left me de-motivated.
Keep this in mind while you listen, take notes along the way, and you're surely reach a happy medium.
This is only my fourth audiobook, but I found it very helpful and have recommended it to others. I am currently listening to Brian Tracy's
The truth of the advise.
read by the author...authority.
Concise and solid effective ways to accomplish more in your life. I highly recommend this to those of you who can't get anything accomplished and don't know where to start.
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