21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time
Why This Book?
You need to ‘Eat That Frog’ every morning!
I promised from the get-go to bring some book recommendations your way, especially books I have read and found useful. It is even more pertinent that I do so now. Because now you have a lot of time on your hands to read books that are not necessarily ‘school books’.
Talking about procrastination and time management; an area where a lot of students get ‘F9’, wouldn’t you rather learn to conquer it now, before the school calendar begins to roll again?
So I bring you Eat That Frog!
About The Book
Eat That Frog is a book written by Brian Tracy. It is a compilation of ideas and techniques from many influencers in the time management and personal productivity industry. The book covers many different ways of overcoming procrastination. And it makes it very accessible for people to apply the techniques.
It’s written in very simple terms – don’t expect any jargon or scientific studies to back up the methods. The advice given all comes from the real life experience of the author. And the focus of the book lies in actionable exercises and tips you implement right away.
There are 21 chapters and each chapter introduces a different idea, tip, or technique that will help you overcome procrastination and get more things done. The subtitle of the book, 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time, reveals that there are 21 different techniques.
Brian Tracy, like many time management experts, utilizes the power of writing things down – especially when it comes to planning and goal setting.
Throughout the whole book the author will encourage you to try out different exercises. But he also encourages you to do them on pen and paper.
Eat That Frog is the most accessible book on time management and personal productivity. I recommend you read this one before you learn any particular time management system. There are tons of exercises and techniques that you can implement right away. That is what I like the most about the book – it gives you actionable steps so you can start right away. There is not a lot of theory and the book’s focus is on implementation.