Eat That Frog to Stop Procrastinating

Eat That Frog to Stop Procrastinating

Eat a live frog first thing every morning; then, you can face the day knowing the worst is behind you.

So goes a theory about how to stop procrastinating made popular by author Brian Tracy.

He says “eating a frog” is like tackling your most difficult task first thing each day – which is also the one that can do the most for you.

Now, no one is actually suggesting you eat a frog – live or otherwise!

But I bet you have an unpleasant chore you’ve been putting off… and putting off…

That’s been bugging you, distracting you, and making you feel like an irresponsible procrastinator.

So, why not do it today? Right now.

Just imagine how much clearer your mind will be when “It” is finally off your plate. Imagine the brain power you can now devote to other things you’ll enjoy more. 

It’s just a matter of making priorities and decisions and then having the determination and discipline to follow through on them. Like everything that’s hard at first, it gets easier each time you do it – and experience the reward.

If you are getting started on your nutrition and triathlon training, my 21-day get Faster Challenge starts on December 1st Thursday. Today is the last day to join.

I will teach you how to eat that frog of putting your health and lifestyle first for 21 days!

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Erinne Guthrie has been a USA Triathlon Level II Certified Coach since 1999 and Chief Motivating Officer at Full Circle Coaching, LLC since 2010. Creator of Triathlon Transformation. She has been training, racing, and coaching triathletes since 1997. She is also a CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach Level 3, USMS Master’s Swim Coach, Motivational Speaker, Metabolic Efficiency Specialist, Mom, Mermaid, and much more.

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