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"Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day". - Mark Twain "The better you become at eating a particular type of frog, the...

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Summary of Eat That Frog!: by Brian Tracy | Includes Key Takeaways & Analysis
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54 pages
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English
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"Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day". - Mark Twain "The better you become at eating a particular type of frog, the more likely you are to just plunge in and get it done". - Brian Tracy "…the first 10 percent of time that you spend planning and organizing your work before you begin will save as much as 90 perc "Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day".

- Mark Twain "The better you become at eating a particular type of frog, the more likely you are to just plunge in and get it done". - Brian Tracy "…the first 10 percent of time that you spend planning and organizing your work before you begin will save as much as 90 percent of the time in getting the job done once you get started". - Brian Tracy "Do it now!" - Brian Tracy Don't miss out on the profound wisdom found in Brian Tracy's best-selling book, Eat That Frog!

Brian Tracy has spoken to over 5,000,000 people, he's a thought leader, and he's an expert in his field. Purchase your copy of FastRead's 15-Minute Summary with Key Takeaways & Analysis. Quickly soak up the essence of his deep insight...stop procrastinating now and get more done in less time!

Book Summary Overview: In this book, Brian Tracy helps readers understand the importance of setting clear goals, managing priorities, and beginning each workday with the most important task. He emphasizes that to become effective a person must write clear goals on paper, list all the tasks required to accomplish each goal, and complete these tasks in their order of importance and sequence. The author concedes that everyone procrastinates, but effective people procrastinate only on trivial tasks.

The ability to eat the ugliest frogs first (the most important tasks) is the mark of a high performer. The book is the culmination of the author's personal experiences, as well as a collection of productivity hacks from influential authors in time management and personal development. It contains 21 practical suggestions that anyone can use to increase personal effectiveness and overcome procrastination.

The author has applied these strategies to turn himself from a high school dropout to one of the leading personal development authors. Today, more than ever, the world faces the unprecedented crisis of overwhelming opportunities and possibilities. Many people don't get around to accomplishing all they set to do because as they complete one task, new responsibilities come up.

In a sense, trying to attend to every option, task or project is like putting an octopus to bed: as soon as you tuck one arm in, two pop out. With so much to be done, the ability to select relevant tasks and complete them swiftly and efficiently is, perhaps, the greatest determinant of success today. Brian Tracy uses the analogy of the frog to emphasize the importance of setting clear priorities and completing essential (and sometimes undesirable) tasks.

He reiterates Mark Twain's philosophy on frog-eating: When the first thing you do in the morning is eat a live frog, you master the courage to face the day because that is probably the worst thing you're ever going to do. If you must eat a frog, sitting and looking at it for very long will only make the experience worse. If you have to eat two frogs, start with the ugliest.

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