Create Large Chunks of Time

Most of the really important work you do requires large chunks of unbroken time to complete. Your ability to carve out and use these blocks of high-value, highly productive time is central to your ability to make a significant contribution to your work and to your life. From Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy

Technology is a Terrible Master

Technology can be your best friend or your worst enemy. Technology becomes the enemy when we give in to an obsessive need to communicate continually. This compulsion to stay plugged in leaves us all psychologically breathless. We have no time From Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy

Go as Far as You Can See

Your job is to go as far as you can see. You will then be able to see far enough to go further. From Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy

Success and Delayed Gratification

Successful people are those who are wiling to delay gratification and make sacrifices in the short term so that they can enjoy far greater rewards in the long term. From Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy

Procrastination and Vagueness

A major reason for procrastination and lack of motivation is vagueness, confusion, and fuzzy-mindedness about what you are trying to do and in what order and for what reason. From Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy

Single Minded Concentration

Throughout my career, I have discovered and rediscovered a simple truth. The ability to concentrate single-mindedly on your most important task, to do it well and to finish it completely, is the key to great success, achievement, respect, status, and happiness in life. This is the key insight and the heart and soul of this […]

You Must Say No

You can get control of your tasks and activities only to the degree that you stop doing some things and start spending more time on the few activities that can really make a difference in your life. From Eat That Frog by Brian Tracy

There will always be more than you can do

No matter how many personal productivity techniques you master, there will always be more to do than you can ever accomplish in the time you have available to you, no matter how much time it is. From Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy

Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy

This book has 21 guidelines to help you “eat your frog” which is the big ugly task you probably want to avoid. They group into five generic categories though and have some overlap.

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