Eat That Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time Summary

The SQUEEZE: Brian Tracy’s Eat That Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time offers effective methods for conquering procrastination. Tracy’s book guides the reader into pursuing productivity through performance. Each chapter in Eat That Frog is complete in itself and necessary to help people in multiple situations. A strategy that works for one problem may also work for another problem. On the other hand, a strategy for one area of your personal life may not be sufficient to accomplish another area of your life. Although this is true, each of the 21 ideas will help the reader on the road to personal effectiveness, moving him or her forward into success. Tracy cautions that the only way to success is through action. This is the guarantee to life and the true test of your ability to Eat That Frog.

Notable Endorsement: Get the book, it will really change your thinking, and then DO what he says, it works! ”—Amazon.com Customer Review

Common Q’s Answered by this Book:

  • What are the 21 methods?
  • What is the ABCDE method?
  • What is the law of three?
  • What is creative procrastination?
  • What are examples of personal powers?
  • What is the 8020 rule?

 

About the Author: Brian Tracy is an authority on human potential and personal effectiveness. Tracy is the CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company through which he specializes in training and development of both organizations and individuals. Tracy’s research interests extend to economics, history, philosophy, business, and psychology. He speaks to corporate and public audiences about creativity and success psychology, strategy, goal-setting, and self-esteem. Prior to founding his own company, Tracy worked as the chief operating officer for a multi-million dollar company. For more information, visit: http://www.briantracy.com/.

 

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Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers (January 2007)


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