Who of us hasn’t had something on their to-do list (or task list, in Bullet Journal parlance) that just keeps getting moved or migrated, staring at us through that little bullet point and looming over the rest of our day? Why do we do this…and what are some ways we can stop?
Brian Tracy is here to help us out with his book Eat That Frog! It’s a modern personal development classic that tons of people have credited with helping them clear space in their lives and minds.
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So what does frog-eating have to do with time management? Apparently there’s an old saying that if the first thing you do every morning is eat a live frog, then at least you’ll know you’re done with the worst thing you’ll do all day.
I’m gonna give a “hard pass” to eating an actual frog, but that feeling of satisfaction and pride that comes with doing what you need to do…more of that, please. And yet, so many of us (myself included!) walk around with tasks banging against the walls of our mind, casting clouds of guilt and edginess into our peripheries. We know it’s a waste of energy, and yet it can be so hard to tackle on our own.
BUT WE DON’T HAVE TO. Not only does Brian Tracy have plans, suggestions and science for us to apply to our lives, we can do it together in the Boho Berry Book Club! You basically have a group full of accountability buddies at the ready if you join us on Facebook. So what are you waiting for? Eat that frog and hop over to the group!
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