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Sunday, October 6, 2019

Quotes from Brian Tracy’s Eat That Frog




After one look at the cover I just didn’t want to get this book (should have listened to my instincts). But it’s one of those books, you come across online on those lists that add these books as ‘must read’.

One thing is for sure there’s no such thing as ‘must’ anything when it comes to reading books. 

Anyway, here are some quotes from ‘Eat That Frog’:


“The number one reason why some people get more work done faster is because they are absolutely clear about their goals and objectives and they don’t deviate from them.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)



“One of the very worst uses of time is to do something very well that need not be done at all.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)



“Remember, whatever you choose to do, over and over, eventually become a habit that is hard to break. If you choose to start your day on low-value tasks, you will soon develop the habit of always starting and working on low-value tasks.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)



“Your ability to choose between the important and the unimportant is the key determinant of you success in life and work.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“The mark of the superior thinker is his or her ability to accurately predict the consequences of doing or not doing something.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“People who take a long view of their lives and careers always seem to make much better decisions about their time and activity than people who give very little thought to the future.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)



“Successful people are those who are willing to delay gratification and make sacrifice in the short term so that they can enjoy far greater rewards in the long term.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“Motivation requires motive. The greater the positive potential impact that an action or behavior of yours can have on your life, once you define it clearly, the more motivated you will be to overcome procrastination and get it done quickly.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“Keep yourself focused and forward moving by continually starting and completing those tasks that can make a major difference to your company and to your future.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)



“The more important and valuable the task is to you, the more you will be motivated to overcome procrastination and launch yourself into the job.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)



“Many people say that they work better under the pressure of deadlines. Unfortunately, years of research indicates that this is seldom true.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“The most productive people take the time to create a work area where they enjoy spending time.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)



“Learn what you need to learn so that you can do your work in an excellent fashion.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“There is no limit to how far or how fast you can advance expect for the limits you place on your own imagination.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“You are designed such that you will most enjoy doing the very things that you can be very best at. The very fact that you enjoy something means that you probably have within yourself the capability to be excellent in that area.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“One of your great responsibilities in life is to decide what you really love to do and then to throw your whole heart into doing that special thing very, very well.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)



“You cannot do everything but you can do those few things in which you excel, the few things that can really make a difference.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“A great life or great career is built by performing one task at a time, quickly and well, and then going on to the next task.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“The world is full of people who are waiting for someone to come along and motivate them to be the kind of people they wish they could be. The problem is that no one is coming to the rescue.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“One of the most important requirements for being happy and productive is for you to guard and nurture your energy levels at all times.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“The more tired you get, the worst is your work and the more mistakes you make.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“It is not what happens to you but the way that you interpret the things that are happening to you that determines how you feel.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“Your level of self-esteem, how much you like and respect yourself, is central to your levels of motivation and persistence.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“It’s been said that you should never share your problems with others because 80 percent of people don’t care about your problems anyway and the other 20 percent are kind of glad that you’ve got them in the first place.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“Since you must procrastinate anyway, decide today to procrastinate on low-vale activities.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)




“Success in one any area requires tons of discipline. Self-discipline, self-mastery and self-control are the basic building blocks of character and high performance.” ~~ Brian Tracy (Book: Eat That Frog)


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I Hope You Enjoyed Reading This Collection Of Inspirational Quotes!