Eating Live Frogs: Do the Worst Thing First - Deepstash
Eating Live Frogs: Do the Worst Thing First

Eating Live Frogs: Do the Worst Thing First

Time commitment to get started: Low

Type: Abstract

Perfect for people who: Tend to put off important items, resulting in missed deadlines or rushed work.

What it does: Helps to avoid procrastination while ensuring that you make progress on the right things.

To get started, schedule your daily tasks from hardest to easiest. You’ll get your most important, intimidating, anxiety-inducing tasks (aka your frog) done while your energy is high and your day will get progressively better. You’re likely to find the overall quality of your work improves too.

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@Deepstash Co-founder. Tech geek. Dinosaur. Dad. Chef.

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