There simply isn’t enough time to do everything on your to-do list.
The truth? There will never be enough time.
The secret? Don’t try to do everything.
Successful people learn to focus on the most important tasks and make sure they get done.
In this Video, allow me to share with you 3 Questions to super-charge your leadership ability and get things done quickly.
Successful people eat their frogs.
“Eating a frog” is a metaphor for tackling your most challenging and most valuable task first.
I’ve found that people who harness self-discipline to tackle their most important thing, first thing, every day, supercharge their ability to get more things done in less time.
Start by getting the most important thing done.
Get one important thing done first thing each day. Eating your frog means choosing to focus on what’s most valuable for you to do — in every moment.
3 questions to supercharge your abilities: (Watch the full Video & Take Action)
These three questions ensure that you are using your time in the most effective way. If you can successfully focus your time toward its most valuable use, in every moment, you will be well on your way to supercharging your abilities.
What does ‘eat a frog’ mean to you?
How might leaders like you can help others eat frogs? Share your comment below…