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A book review of Eat That Frog! for Students: 22 Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Excel in School by Brian Tracy with Anna Leinberger

A book review of Eat That Frog! for Students: 22 Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Excel in School by Brian Tracy with Anna Leinberger

Stars: ****

Berrett-Koehler Publishers (2020)
Time Management
168 pages

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.

Summary: Adapted from Brian Tracy’s international time-management bestseller, Eat That Frog!, this book will give today’s stressed-out and overwhelmed students the tools for lifelong success.

Like adults, students of all ages struggle with how to manage their time. Encountering the necessity of time management for the first time, high schoolers juggle classes, extracurricular activities (all but mandatory for college admissions), jobs, internships, family responsibilities, and more. College brings even more freedom and less structure, making time management even more critical.

Brian Tracy’s Eat That Frog! has helped millions around the world get more done in less time. Now this life-changing global bestseller has been adapted to the specific needs of students. Tracy offers readers tips, tools, and techniques for structuring time, setting goals, staying on task (even when you’re not interested), dealing with stress, and developing the skills to achieve far more than you ever thought possible. This is the book that parents and teachers have long been wishing Tracy would write.

Eat That Frog! For Students

This book is designed for students in highschool or college who need some help with procrastinating or getting their work in on time. It’s also good for those high achievers who just want to be ahead of the game and improve their ability to study and complete work at their best level.

I used to read books like this when I was in school. I read about how to study and how to learn and I found it very helpful at increasing my school performance.

I’ve heard the term eating frogs before and the concept is sound. The book starts off with discussing the Pillars of Success. After that is the section on Learning How to Structure Your Own Time. Next is Studying Something You are Not Interested In, and Still Doing Well. After that is The Pressure to Achieve and finally Proactively Dealing With Stress and What Causes It.

At the end of every chapter is an Eat That Frog! summary section that reminds you what you learned. Recommended.

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I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.