I really enjoy reading anything by Brian Tracy. His concepts look simple on paper, but serve as great strategies when tackling even the simplest of tasks. This is a great book if you're struggling with productivity or just need a refresher.
Has few basic concepts and ideas onto which the entire book is based. Therefore, the book is small and an easy read but the content is repetitive in nature.
Having read the book after it was first published, I bought one of my own and loaned it to "?" and never did get it back. The contents have helped me a lot in life, and I continue to "eat frogs of various types and degrees of toughness" each week. (Losing track of the book also prompted me to jot down who's reading personal copies of books so that I can retrieve them!)
I finally got the chance to read this classic. I love its concepts and strategies. I recommend this book if you're working on productivity.
Its like the author gather info from other books and put it this one.
Plenty of great ideas & suggestions on overcoming procrastination. Short, quick read. No idea why the hold time is so long. If you're too lazy to read the book, the biggest take-away is probably make a list of everything you need to get accomplished, understand you will not be able to finish everything, and just focus on the most important tasks and do those first.
I've read a few books on personal development and this one honed in on some ideas I had not heard before. Chapters are nice and short so you can read one and then put the technique into action immediately.
When will I learn to quit reading self-help books? I don't listen to good advice from friends, why do I borrow books from strangers to give me little lectures?
This book was really helpful in creating an action strategy for multiple areas in my life, including career and personal. It outlines 21 easy to follow steps to take to prevent wasting time and to achieving success. Very helpful book for and an easy read.
Excellent book... I wanted to read it to help me with my part-time coaching job and was pleasantly surprised at how much of it I could actually apply to my regular day-job, where procrastination becomes a big problem and a time-waster. Definitely worth checking out!
Sad but true, I meant to read this book years ago but never got around to it.
It was worth the wait, and has some good advice and helpful strategies.
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