Highlighting Our April 2017 Sponsor: Eat That Frog!

The Lead Change Group is pleased to have Eat That Frog! from BK Publishing, a best-seller by Brian Tracy, as our April 2017 sponsor. This book, which has added a new chapter in addition to updates throughout, centers its 21 time management strategies on this metaphor:  if the first thing you do each morning is to eat a live frog, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that it's probably the worst thing you'll do all day.

Fighting the Perennial Time Management Struggle

Although 1.6 million copies of this book have been sold and it has been translated into 42 languages time management continues to prove elusive for many people. Brian Tracy writes, "Everyone procrastinates to some degree. With today’s busy schedules and the need for instant gratification, everyone has too much to do and too little time."

The New Eat That Frog!

In this fully revised and updated edition, Brian Tracy adds two new chapters to the previous material which explains the 21 ways we can focus on what matters most and use our time most effectively. The first explains how you can use technology to remind yourself of what is most important and protect yourself from what is least important. The second offers advice for maintaining focus in our era of constant distractions, electronic and otherwise.

Interact with Brian Tracy

On Tuesday, April 18, at 1 pm ET, Brian will present an exclusive, free, hour-long webinar sharing his system of prioritizing, time management, and persistent focus on top tasks. It will will help increase your efficiency, while freeing you to actively pursue your personal and professional goals.

To sign up, click here.


Connect With Eat That Frog! and Brian Tracy

Join Brian on Twitter at @BrianTracy, on LinkedIn, and on Facebook.

Make the connection stick (literally!) with a free Eat That Frog! sticker to remind you to prioritize your goals. Click here to request yours.

Thank you again, Eat That Frog! and Brian, for your support of the Lead Change Group!

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