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Title : قورباغه را قورت بده
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Number of Pages : 198 Pages
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قورباغه را قورت بده Reviews

  • Arabian Rihanna
    2019-04-02 02:19

    A self-development book that seems like a long PowerPoint presentation, with tons of quotes from people I never heard of. So I'm supposed to be inspired and motivated by a certain Jonathan Smerkfeese who says "Procrastination. Such a bad, bad thing"?What I learned from this book, however, is how to write a self-development book. Let me share these ten easy steps with you:Step number one: Pick a title. Nothing revolutionary. Any mind-numbing sequence of words can turn into a title. The Princess in the Dungeon? Sure! This could be a book about spotting pedophiles.Step number two: Start with an introduction filled with over-promises. Don't worry about under-delivering; it's the reader's responsibility to change, yours is to get them all psyched up about needing that change.Step number three: Come up with chapter titles, and dig for random quotes to use at the beginning of each chapter.Step number four: Write small paragraphs of supposedly motivating and inspiring bunkum. Write as many paragraphs as possible. Don't be shy, repeat the same point over and over again until you bring it home, then take it out again, then back home again. Step number five: Do not forget to throw in as many general statements as possible. "A lot of Americans think... All successful people say... Everyone knows that..." The fountain of credibility. This is it. Drink from it and quench everyone's thirst.Step number six: Include a step-by-step guide to something. Anything. The "step-by-step" part is irrelevant; the order doesn't matter.Step number seven: Come up with an acronym, then design a method around it. Like, from the top of my head, the S.N.A.C.K. method. What is the mighty S.N.A.C.K. method you ask? I'm glad you got that curiosity gene in you! S.N.A.C.K. stands for Stare Nonchalantly At Cute Kid. Learn to identify people with the S.N.A.C.K. behavior, and you got yourself a certificate, delivered personally from me, on how to spot pedophiles.Step number eight: Tell people what to do. Tell the reader to close one eye, lift an arm 67° in the air, lean on the fridge, and then proceed to remember all the people they saw in the mall that day, for potential pedophiles. Step number nine: Go crazy with formatting. Bold, underline and italicize. As Rose Taxtbeest says, "When you italicize words, you actually put pretty dresses on them." Step number ten: At the end of each chapter, no matter how short and irrelevant, present the reader with a quick summary. Then, add borders to that block of text. Whatever you said there has now become official and formal.That's it. If you can write/type, you can be an author. There is a readership out there for every kind of hokum.

  • Stephanie *Very Stable Genius*
    2019-04-09 00:17

    I finished this book a couple of days ago..........and I wanted to put a review in right away to get it in at the top of the week, but there was the Super bowl, then Monday I had to make dog food (you did read that correctly), last night Justified was on.....and that needs your full attention. This morning I had class for my Ballot Judge position for the primary March 6 (that promises to be a clusterf#¥k my friends). Now I'm stuck at work, and have to type this out on my IPad which is not the fastest way to type, so that's annoying. Customers keep coming up, wanting to buy something.....the nerve. Like majority of the human race, I have some procrastination issues,. So I thought I'd pickup the classic, but unfortunately named, Eat That Frog for some guidance. This book is full of great common sense tools to get yourself to do what you'd rather not do. Basically what you need to do is make lists. On the top of that list you put the thing you would rather avoid doing the most. This would be your "Frog". Then do that thing first, or eat that frog......then work your way down that list from the next slightly smaller, less ugly frog, down to prime rib, Oreos, tacos and cherry pie at the end of the list, if you could ever get there.This book is geared toward the work environment, specificity office type work, which is not what I do. I draw people for a living (from life), so when the author wrote about picking out the most difficult thing you would all day to do first, I imagined picking out the screaming two year old from the crowd first, followed by the stumbleing drunk......ect.So, I do plan to eat some frogs right after I beat a few people on Words With Friends.

  • Alicia
    2019-04-16 22:10

    I read this book and I think its not bad. It is full of useful tools and tips to get you to stop procrastinating. But there are better books out there. The best book I've read on this topic is the Procrastination Elimination Method by John Isaac. It's not really famous.. its like a hidden gem. It addresses the core experiences and perceptions that cause procrastination to begin with.I give 3 stars to Eat That Frog because the author seems to have put in a lot of effort.

  • Cory Zorker
    2019-04-09 20:07

    Nothing revolutionary, but a good (and quick) recap of the things we need to do to get stuff done.The key premise is that if we ate a live frog first thing in the morning, everything else would be easy compared to that. It's a good reminder to concentrate on the most important task instead of getting mired down in the smaller, unimportant ones.The author gives 21 steps to getting things done:01. Set the table (spend some time writing out your goals for year, month and week). Prioritize those and concentrate on the most important ones.02. Plan your day in advance (on paper).03. 80/20 rule: 20% of your work will constitue 80% of your acheivements. Concentrate on that 20%.04. Consider the consequences of what you choose to work on.05. ABCDE method. Organize your tasks by value (a,b,c...) and priority (1,2,3...).06. Focus on key result areas.07. Obey the law of forced efficiency.08. Prepare thoroughly. The 6Ps: Proper Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance. If you're Rob Lowe you can use the 7Ps ;p.09. Do your homework! If you're not improving, you're getting worse.10. Leverage your talents.11. Identify your key constraints.12. Take it one barrel at a time (baby steps).13. Put pressure on yourself.14. Maximize personal powers. Select the key times of the day when you are most productive and work on your tasks at those times.15. Motivate yourself (be your own cheerleader).16. Practice creative procrastination. You're not going to be able to get everything done so put off the less important tasks.17. Do the most difficult task first (eat that frog).18. Slice and dice your tasks. Break your tasks into smaller, more manageable chunks.19. Create large blocks of time to get your work done.20. Develop a sense of urgency.21. Single-handle every task.

  • Donna
    2019-03-31 18:16

    Think on paper.1. Write down your goals, set deadlines, list steps to achieve goals, organize steps into a plan by priority and sequence, do something every day on your highest-impact goal.Do now: list 10 goals. Pick your highest-impact goal, set a deadline, make a plan, take action.2. Make a master list of everything you want to do, make a list for the coming month, make a list for the coming week and for the next day. When planning a project, list all the steps and organize them by priority and sequence.Do now: list everything to be done in the next 24 hours, list all projects. For each goal/project, prioritize and sequence the tasks involved.3. Work on the 20% of the tasks that contribute to high value results first. Don't clear up small tasks first. Do now: list key goals, activities, projects, responsibilities. Decide which 20% of these tasks will contribute 80% of results (Pareto principle).4. Think long term: 5, 10, 20 years. 'The law of Forced Efficiency says that "There is never enough time to do everything, but there is always enough time to do the most important thing."' What are my highest value activities? What can I and only I do that will make a real difference? What is the most valuable use of my time right now?Do now: Work on the most valuable task right now.5. Outsource, delegate, eliminate. Do now: Abandon activities that aren't contributing to goals.6. ABCDE tasks: A tasks are high priority, B tasks must be done eventually, C tasks might be nice, D tasks can be delegated, E tasks should be eliminated.Do now: go through your list of tasks and label them ABCDE.7. key result areas of management are planning, organizing, staffing, delegating, supervising, measuring, and reporting.key result areas of sales are prospecting, building rapport and trust, identifying needs, presenting persuasively, answering objections, closing the sale, and getting resales and referrals.Do now: Determine your key result areas. Grade your performance in each area. Make a plan to improve in the areas where you're worst.8. List the three most important goals in: career, family, financial, health, development, social/community, problems/concerns. Spend quality time at work and quantity time at home.Do now: work when you're working9. Prepare your workspace and get on with the job.Do now: clean your desk.10. Take it one step at a time.Do now: select a goal you've been procrastinating on, list the steps, and do one.11. Never stop learning. Read in your field one hour each day. Take courses and seminars. Listen to audio programs in your car. Do now: identify key skills that you need to learn and make a plan to learn one.12. What are you good at? What do you do easily and well that is difficult for other people? Looking back at your career, what has been most responsible for your success in life and work to date? What have been the most significant frogs you have eaten in the past? What is it that you do that gets you the most compliments and praise from other people? What do you do that positively affects the work and performance of other people more than anything else?Do now: focus your plans so that you're doing the things you're best at.13. Identify what is holding you back, what is the limiting factor. Do now: Determine the constraint that is most impeding your progress toward your most important goal.14. Create your own deadlines.15. Take care of your health:sleep, eating, exercise.16. Practice positive self talk. Positive mental attitude: look for the good in every situation, 'difficulties come not to obstruct but to instruct,' look for the solution to every problem, think and talk continually about your goals. Do now: control your thoughts, accept responsibility for what happens to you, don't criticize or blame others, focus forward.17. Don't become addicted to technology. Do now: Turn off technology for one hour in the morning and one hour in the afternoon. Take a day off each week from keeping in touch with the world through technology.18. Break down tasks in order to feel good about making progress. Salami: outline a task in detail and complete a slice. Swiss cheese: work for 5-10 minutes on a task. 19. Schedule blocks of time and eliminate distractions. 20. Build up momentum as you work fast. Create your own sense of urgency. "Do it now! Do it now! Do it now!" or "Back to work! Back to work! Back to work!"Do now: When you are given a task or responsibility, take care of it quickly and report back fast.21. Don't be stopping and starting your task.

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    2019-03-21 22:58

    Eat That Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time, Brian Tracyتاریخ نخستین خوانش: ششم ژانویه سال 2009 میلادیعنوان: قورباغه را قورت بده - بیست و یک روش برای غلبه بر تنبلی؛ نویسنده: برایان تریسی؛ مترجم: اشرف رحمانی؛ کورش طارمی؛ تهران، راشید، 1382؛ در 198 ص؛ شابک: 9647851057؛ چاپ دوم 1382؛ چهارم تا هشتم 1383؛ نهم تا پانزدهم 1384؛ چاپ هفدهم 1385؛ تا بیست و سوم 1387؛ تا بیست و ششم 1388؛ شابک: 9789647851053؛ چاپ بیست و نهم 1392؛ در 224 ص؛ موضوع: اهمالکاری - قرن 21 منمیدانم چرا این کتاب را چاپ کرده اند، گویا برخی موارد بیست و یک گانه را مو به مو رعایت میکنند. ا. شربیانی

  • سماح عطية
    2019-03-21 21:23

    يُذكرني العنوان بمقولة أفضلها لـ دكتور عبد الكريم بكار :“لاتفرحوا يا بناتي وأبنائي بقراءة الكتب السهلة؛ لأن المرء حين يقرأ لا يفهم إلا ما يعرف، فإذا فهمتم ما تقرأونه فهذا يعني أنكم تعرفونه ويكون دور الكتاب هو التذكير ليس أكثر”والعنوان أيضًا "ابدأ بالأهم ولو كان صعبًا" هو أفصح ما في الكتاب؛وما احتواه من أفكار مقالاته تدور حوله؛وكلها تعمل على اقناعنا بـالتركيزعلى الأهم؛ فـ حياتنا محدودة، وهي أقصر من أن نبعثرها بين الأهم وذاك غيرالجدير بأولوية أوقاتنا،ثمّ البدء فورًا بـ تنفيذ ما قررنا أهميته،وبالطبع نؤديه بـ اتقان.

  • Lulu
    2019-04-02 19:15

    This book may be better for doers than thinkers. I read it about a year ago, and really liked it. A lot. It gave me a good kick start to getting things done. But then procrastination crept back, and the frog effect wore off. I'm a right-brain thinker, so I probably should have just tattooed the saying on the back of my hand. I've just started reading "The Now Habit: A Strategic Program for Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying Guilt-Free Play" by Neil Fiore, and it's a better fit for me. "Eat That Frog" is excellent, but it didn't sufficiently address the reasoning behind my not getting stuff done. That is: fear of failure, a terrible fear of being criticized for everything I do (geez, even when I grind my coffee I can hear my Dad's voice: "You need to grind those beans a little finer/coarser"), fear of doing something so well that I'll never be able to replicate the job, fear that if I complete "this task" that I'll then have to move on to "that hideous task" ... Yeah, so I'm just doing a little self-analysis on myself, and once that's done I'll be perfect, and I'll probably reread this book on occasion just to keep me on track.

  • Ahmed A
    2019-03-22 23:22

    "There is never enough time to do everything you have to do. You are literally swamped with work and personal responsibilities, projects, stacks of magazines to read....But the fact is you are never going to caught up. You will never get on top of your tasks"The key is: Prioritize your tasks!That's the book in three words! But how?! Brian Tracy will show you how in this book, Eat That Frog! The ugly one first!Very practical book. You would love this book if you actually applied the exercises throughout the book, and re-read it again and again. Books that are for personal development or business require active reading, taking notes, and reading again, until the knowledge you learn becomes a part of you. I have an audio copy and I still listen to it every once on a while, whenever I feel I'm getting behind on some tasks, or whenever I stop practicing some of it's methods. This books helped me a lot and it still helping me all the time. From the ABCD method, the creative procrastination, developing plans, considering the consequences, and much more.This is my all time reference for better future, since I first read it. I wish I was told about this book early in time. Very early. It's a very useful tool, applicable methods.

  • Hedayat
    2019-04-05 22:17

    برای من 20 درصد اول کتاب بهترین قسمتش بود به نظرم بقیه کتاب جنبه ی تکرار داشت . البته جزو کتاب هایی که خوب ادم بعضی وقتها یه چند ورقی ازش بخونه واسه دوباره انرژی گرفتن

  • Gypsy
    2019-04-04 21:09

    همه چیزایی که بقیّه می‌گن رو، این‌جا در موجزترین و مفیدترین حالت اورده. دستش درد نکنه. :دی

  • Maryann
    2019-04-04 00:58

    I saw the author, Brian Tracy, several years ago at a seminar as a motivational speaker and became a fan. Needed some extra motivation on getting tasks done recently and 'Eat That Frog' definitely helps with re-prioritizing things on the task list and making a plan to get them done. Listening to the audio book is even that more effective. Here are the notes I made while listening (his major principles):Decide what I want. Plan every day in advance. 20% of my activities are 80% of my results - and these are the tasks we usually procrastinate the most on. Consider the consequences of not completing the tasks. Prioritize the task list, start with the most important. Focus on my key result areas. Always do the most important things first. Continually upgrade my skills, even if only for 15 minutes a day. Leverage my special talents. Identify the constraints and find ways to alleviate them. Break down huge tasks into smaller steps. Pressure myself with a sense of urgency. Figure out my high points of energy in the day and schedule my most demanding tasks then. Be optimistic and focus on the solution, not the problem. I am allowed to procrastinate on low value tasks. Do the most difficult task (frog) first thing in the mroning. Create larger blocks of time for key tasks. Do nothing else until your main task is done - no multi-tasking.

  • Reid
    2019-04-12 23:18

    Brian Tracey puts together a book full of useful ideas on how to be more productive.His chapter summaries on p113 are a good resource to review.1. Set the table: Decide what you want2. Plan the day in advance: Think on paper3. Apply the 80/20 rule: 20% of activity produces 80% of the results4. Consider the consequences: of your 20% activities5. Practice creative procrastination: put off things of low value6. Use the A B C D E Method continually: prioritize7. Focus on key result areas: concentrate on results you HAVE to have8. The Law of Three: ID and focus on the top three before anything else9. Prepare thoroughly before you begin: get set up to get things done10. Take it one oil barrel at a time: do it one step at a time11. Upgrade your key skills: sharpen your sword to do more and better12. Leverage your special talents:do things are good at wholeheartedly13. Identify your key constraints: get rid of bottlenecks, choke points14. Put pressure on yourself: think like you are on vacation tomorrow15. Maximize your personal power: work hard at your best times of day 16. Motivate yourself into action: look at the positive now and move on17. Get out of tech sinks: tech stuff can be time killers18. Slice and dice the task: break it down, do one piece19. Create large chunks of time: to focus on certain things20. Develop sense of urgency: move fast on key tasks21. Single handle every task: start and fully complete most imp't task

  • mahdy
    2019-04-03 21:03

    کتاب خوبی است برای کسانی که کتاب را فقط نمی خوانند، بلکه گام به گام نوشته ها را در زندگی محک می زنند.

  • مناجاة فراشة ❤️كنزة بلفاسم
    2019-03-24 22:26

    كتيب بسيط مفيد للأشخاص الذين يعانون من الإهمال والتكاسل والمماطلة ،يقدّم الكاتب 21 نصيحة غيرت حياته جذريا ...فتحوّل من شاب ترك مقاعد الدراسة ، وعامل في الميناء إلى رجل أعمال يملك الكثير من العقارات والشركات وكاتب للعشرات من الكتب في مجال تنمية الذات وريادة الأعمال ..النصائح الـ 21 أغلبها مكررة .. ولب الكتاب هو الآتي :- قم بالأعمال الأهم أوّلا وإن كانت الأصعب ، ثم انتقل للأعمال الباقية- ضع خططا سنوية ، شهرية ،أسبوعية و يومية.-رتب مهامك اليومية في اليوم الليلة السابقة ورتبها من الأهم للغير هام .-رتب مكان العمل ليكون كلّ شيء مريحا وجذابا ، وضع كلّ شيء أمامك قبل الانطلاق في المهمة.-لا يوجد وقت كاف لفعل كلّ شيء ، لكننا نملك وقتا كافيا لفعل الأشياء المهمة .- قوّ مواهبك الخاصة.-التعلم المستمر مطلوب للنجاح في أي مجال كان والتدريب اليومي على أمر معيّن يصنع فرقا جوهريا.-التفرغ التام لانجاز المهام الكبرى.-الاخلاص والثقة المطلقة بقدراتك.-اضغط على نفسك لتؤدي العمل حتى يصبح عادة ولا تنتظر أن يذكرك أحد دوما بواجباتك.- ضع وقتا محددا لانجاز كل مهمة أو نشاط.-مارس التأجيل الايجابيفيديو لبريان تراسي -طاقة إيجابية رهيبة- راق لي

  • NohaAl-Yahya
    2019-04-05 01:15

    قرابة المئة صفحة فقط .. إلا أنها تملأ الذهن بالوسائل الأهم للإنجازيركز المؤلف على أدق نقاط الضعف التي تجعل من الشخص مسوّفاًوأدق نقاط القوة التي تجعل منه منجزاً..أعجبتني الكثير من الاقتباسات التي أنوي الرجوع إليهاإلى جانب الرجوع إلى قراءته كاملاً مرة أخرى.....................ملاحظتي الوحيدة هي التكرار في طرح بعض الوسائلرغم انها كانت تكرر بطريقة جديدة في كل مرة، ممايعمّق فهم القارئ،إلا أنه كان بالإمكان جمعها في نقطة واحدة.....................سيرة المؤلف رائعة ، ومادفعني إلى اقتناء الكتاب هو استماعي لمحاضراتهوإعجابي الشديد بثراء طرحه، وازددت إعجاباً عندما قرأت سيرته الذاتية

  • Hussein Dehghani
    2019-04-16 19:01

    بدترين رَآه استفاده از وقت اين است كه كارى را انجام دهى كه نياز به انجام دادنش نباشد...

  • Sarah
    2019-04-17 19:06

    Great book for anyone trying to tackle their personal obstacle that's keeping them from moving faster towards their goals, whatever those goals may be. The book is based on the saying by Mark Twain that if the first thing you do each morning is to eat a live frog, you can go through the day with teh satisfaction of knowing that that is probably the wost thing that is going to happen to you all day long. The book contains lessons on prioritizing, how spending a couple of minutes outlining and prioritizing what you need and want to get done will let you get double done that day. There's also a lot of cute little snippets of wisdom concerning optimism, attitude, service, energizing your day, clarifying your goals, creating healthy habits, and making your contribution to your family/community/career as maximized as possible without necessarily spending more time on it.

  • غيداء
    2019-03-31 00:15

    Updated review 31 March 2016:If you follow the 21 rules, your life will be as productive as u wish.Though, I followed some of the 21 rules for a short time then I went back to my old Procrastination, maybe they have to be 'revised' from time to time ;)

  • Cynthia Schultz
    2019-03-28 18:02

    Wist alles al en had dit boek zelf kunnen schrijven; het zijn echt mega goede tips om productiever te zijn. Absoluut een aanrader. Vind alleen de herhaaldelijke tip dat iedereen alles kan leren onwaar, verder is alles in dit boek wél waar.

  • Soheil Eshragh
    2019-04-02 18:03

    اوایل کتاب همون حرفای همیشگیه برایان تریسی راجب هدف گزاری و داشتن تصویر ذهنی و قانون ٢٠/٨٠ و این چیزا هستش و بعد میره سراغ برنامه ریزی و مدیریت زمان.كلا دست و دلم نميره به كتاباى جناب تريسى بيشتر از ٣-٣.٥ ستاره بدم چون تكرار مكررات تو همه ى كتاباش هست و اين موضوع آزار دهندس.روش برنامه ریزیش هم خوبه اما من روش GTD از دیوید آلن رو ترجیح میدم.از هردوش برای مدت نسبتا طولانی استفاده کردم و به نظرم روش دیوید آلن کاربردی تره.

  • Dana Cristiana
    2019-04-02 20:01

    4,5 stars.I haven't read many "self-help" books in my life, but I have to say that this one is the best of them all!This Tracy guy made some research, but not only that. He has many experiences and from them he shows us how to deal with time. This book is talking mainly about being great on your job, but you can take it for other things as well.Tracy is teaching us 21 steps that (combined in a way or another) can help us manage the time we have, how to stop wasting it away and start right away with the things that actually help us in life. This book is great! I want to reread it and study it more.Tracy teaches us about the ABCDE method, about how to take big things step by step, how to cut the quest in slices and many other great advice.It is called "Eat the Frog" because when you have a big issue to solve and you feel like not doing it, it's like a big frog in front of you.As a conclusion, take a notebook, a pen/pencil/marker/whatever, this book and go study it. Eat this Frog!

  • Ariana
    2019-04-13 01:10

    I gritted my teeth through this whole book. Having just re-read the exceptional Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, by David Allen, this book felt poorly-written, poorly-organized, and poorly conceived. The author is brutal and his suggestions mostly make me want to run the other way. Get up early. Stay up late. Nose to the grindstone. Work work work work work work work. The most successful people work work work work work work work. He offers billions of made-up statistics (citing no sources) for what separates the productive people from the unproductive people. Ugh. But, I kept reading because, (A) the book is very short, and (B) I got a couple of useful ideas from it. I would give the book one and a half stars, if I could, because the two ideas I got from the book that were useful were, actually, very useful: Eat that frog: Do (or begin) the hardest thing you have to do or the thing you are the most inclined to procrastinate about first and then everything else you have to do will feel easier by comparison.80/20: There are many things on your to-do list, but about 20% of them will have more of an impact on your life than the other 80%. Those are the ones you are most likely to procrastinate on, because they are the things that have the most weight to them, but they are not necessarily any more time-consuming than the rest of the tasks you have to do which will have less of a positive impact on your life. Aim to do more of the tasks in the 20% and de-prioritize the other 80% of the tasks.Now that you've read my summary of the best points in the book, you don't have to read the book, yourself. Save yourself the trouble. Read The Now Habit: A Strategic Program for Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying Guilt-Free Play, instead. It's much better. But even that's not as good as Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. Nobody does it like David Allen.

  • Julia Doherty
    2019-04-02 02:22

    You will often see me post online that today I have to "eat a few frogs". This is now a way of life for me! I think Brian Tracy is a genius!

  • Zahra Dashti
    2019-04-14 20:59

    کتاب خوبی بود. نمی شه گفت حرفهاش تازه بود ، در واقع بیشترش چیزهایی بود که خودم زمانی بدون اینکه آگاه باشم بهشون عمل می کردم ولی فراموششون کرده بودم. یادآوری کننده خوبی بود. به خصوص که نظم و شیوه بیان هم مناسب و موجز بودبه نظرم خوندنش ضرر نداره و می تونه به آدم کمک کنه

  • Meteori
    2019-03-29 02:20

    U principu ne čitam ovakvu vrstu knjiga. Nekako sam mišljenja da su one više orjentisane na zapadni svijet. Međutim, savjeti nisu loši ukoliko se čovjek natjera da živi po njima. Doduše, ne mogu se svi primjeniti na našim prostorima. Npr. savjet "razgovarajte sa Vašim šefom o Vašim konkretnim zaduženjima". Ko god je radio u privatnom sektoru shvatiće apsurd ove rečenice. :)

  • Iris
    2019-03-21 01:16

    Op het moment heb ik niet echt de goede mindset voor dit boek, je moet hier namelijk echt je aandacht bij hebben. Note to self: opnieuw lezen als ik weer meer in girlboss-modus zit, want de vele (heel praktische!) tips lijken me er nuttig. Dan wordt m’n rating denk ik ook hoger.

  • نادية أحمد
    2019-04-15 01:27

    "هناك صفة واحدة يجب توكيدها من أجل الفوز، وهي تحديدالهدف ومعرفة مانريده والرغبة الملحّة لإنجازه."نابليون هيل"ابدأ بالأهم ولو كان صعباً"(التهم هذا الضفدع)إحدى وعشرون طريقة ناجعة للقضاء على التسويفوإنجاز العمل بأقصر وقتهكذا بدأ برايان تريسي كتابهبعدما تحدّث في المقدمة بأنّ جوهر السيطرة على الوقتوعلى الحياة تكون عندما تغيّر طريقة تفكيركوكيفية التعامل مع تيار المسؤوليات اللانهائيةوبالتالي تسيطر على مهامك ونشاطاتك.يُشير الكاتب بأنّه درس إدارة الوقت لأكثر من ثلاثين عاماًوانغمس في أعمال بيتر دراكر وألكس ماكينزيوآلان لاكين وستيفن كوفي وكثيرين غيرهموبالتالي فإنّ المحصلة أدرجها في هذا الكتاب.وذكر تجربته السابقة الفاشلة كونه يعمل على سفينة ثمّ موظف مبيعاتوكيف أنّه تعلّم من بائعين ناجحين فتغيّر كل مجرى حياتهواكتشف بأنّ من هم أفضل منه يعملون بطريقة مختلفةوبأنّه يستطيع تعلّم ما يتعلمون فعله هم ضمن حدود المعقولكل فكرة في هذا الكتاب تركز على زيادة المستويات الشاملة ل:_ الإنتاج_ الإنجاز_ مقدار الإنتاج_ لإعطائك قيمة أكبر في كل ماتفعلهيُقال على مر السنين بأنّه إذا كان أول شيء تفعله كل صباحهو أكل ضفدعة حيّة فإنّك ستكون راضياً طوال اليوم لأنّك تعرف أنّ هذا سيكون أسوأ شيء سيحدث لك طيلة النهار"ضفدعتك" هي واجبك الأكبر والأهم وهي أكثر شيء تماطل بهإذا لم تفعل شيئاً ما من أجلهوهي المهمة التي لها وقع إيجابي عظيم على حياتك والتتائج الراهنةويُقال أيضاً: "إذا كان عليك أكل ضفدعتين فابدأ بالأبشع"وهو نفس القول الدارج لدينا:إذا كان لديك واجبان مهمان فابدأ بالأكبر والأصعب والأهم أولاً.أمّا الملاحظة الأخيرة:إذا كان عليك أن تأكل ضفدعة حيّة، لن يُجدي نفعاً أن تجلس وانظر إليها طويلاً.ويؤكّد بأنّ أحد مفاتيح الحياة الرائعة والسبرة الناجحة والشعوربالرهبة حيال ذاتك هو أن تطوّر عادة البدء وإنهاء الأعمال الهامّة.وبالتالي فإنّ الخصائص لتطور عاداتك هي:_ القرار_ الانضباط_ التصميموذكر ٧ خطوات لمضاعفة الدّخل منها:١) قرّر ما تريده بدقة٢) اكتب هدفك، فكّر على الورق٣) ضع حد زمني نهائي لإنجاز هدفكوشجّع الكاتب على استخدام خطة الأهداف السنويةوالتخطيط لكل يوم مسبقفكما قال آلان لاكين:"فالتخطيط يجعل من المستقبل حاضراً،لذا يمكنك أن تفعل شيئا تجاهه من الآن"طبّق قاعدة ٢٠/٨٠ في كل شيءوهي قاعدة من أهم المعتقدات في إدارة الوقت والحياةويُطلق عليها( مبدأ باريتو ) لأنّ مؤسسها رجل الاقتصادالإيطالي فيلفريدو باريتو حيث تقول القاعدة:إنّ ٢٠٪؜ من نشاطاتك سوف تعدّ من ٨٠٪؜ من نتائجكو٢٠٪؜ من زبائنك سوف تُحسب من ٨٠٪؜ من مبيعاتكو٢٠٪؜ من واجباتك سوف تحسب من ٨٠٪؜ من قيمة ماتؤديه** وهذا يعني أنه إذا كانت لديك قائمة بعشر فقرات عليك أداؤهافإن اثنين منها سيكون لهما قيمة أكثر من الفقرات الثمانية الأخرى " كل رجل أصبح عظيماً، وكل رجل ناجح في حياتهنجد أنّه سخّر طاقاته باتجاه قناة واحدة مخصّصة"(أورسون ماردن)قاعدة: _ إنّ التفكير المطوّل يُحسّن من صنع قرار قصير المدى_ إنّ النيّة المستقبلية تؤثّر وتحدد على الأغلب أفعالك الحاضرةوذكر الكاتب استراتيجيات أخرى منها:* مارس طريقة (أ،ب،ج،د) على التوالي* ركّز على المواقع ذات النتائج الأساسية* اتبع قانون الكفاءة المفروضة* استعد تماماً قبل أن تبدأ* قوِ مواهبك الخاصة* حدّد الضوابط الأساسية لديك والكثير الكثير من الإستراتيجيات والقواعد والتقنيات التيانتقاها وطرحها بطريقة احترافية، سهلة ومبسطة#الكتاب يستحق القراءة بتأني واقتنائهبسيط بعرض الأفكار لكنّه عميق بمحتواه.عنوان الكتاب: ابدأ بالأهم ولو كان صعباً "إدارة الوقت"اسم المؤلف : برايان تريسيسنة النشر: ٢٠٠٦الناشر: مكتبة العبيكاناسم المترجم: هبة الله الغلابينيعدد الصفحات: ١٣٢نادية أحمد٢٥ سبتمبر ٢٠١٧

  • Azn
    2019-03-24 02:04

    I was biased toward self-help books, to me, they were useless. Just common sense put into different words that people with midlife crisis deemed as gospel for about a month until the next motivational self-help book came along. Eat that frog cracked that bias, and 8/10 is the highest rating I could give, at the moment, to a book that I had a disdain for before I even started. The book was a surprise, it lead me to understand the appeal of self-help books. You cannot see these types of books as instruction manuals or encyclopedia of advice, you have to see them as salesmen and hypnotists in paper form. This book's primary objective isn't to tell you what to do, it is to coax you, persuade you, and draw you the image of the person who you COULD be. People fail in life not because they don't know to improve their lives, it's because of various factors that influence their decision to be lazy. These factors are deep-seated within our Western culture and exemplified by the frequent reminders to do what you enjoy best. This is not what successful people do, you have to scrub away these factors and change the foundation of your work ethics to succeed, and this is what the author, Brian Tracy preaches.8/10

  • Ahmad Alahmadi
    2019-03-25 20:26

    هذا الكتاب قرأته قبل ٤ أو ٥ سنوات ، كتاب جميل وبسيط وأفكاره واضحة ومحددة ، أذكر إني قرأته أكثر من مرة ولخصته وحددت النقاط المهمة ( الكتاب صار دفتر كشكول من كثر الشخبطة عليه !) وكنت ذيك الأيام كل ما أقرر أعيد ترتيب أموري آخذ الكتاب وأحطه مع الدفاتر اللي أبغى أخطط فيها للمستقبللكن بصراحة رغم كل هالإهتمام ما طلعت بنتيجة تذكر ، رغم بساطة الأفكار حد السذاجة إلا إني وجدت صعوبة في التطبيقمن أكثر الأفكار اللي رسخت براسي هي فكرة الكتاب الأساسية واللي يمثلها بتمثيل مشمئز شوية! أذكره يقول إنه تخيل لما تصحى الصباح وكأن عندك مجموعة ضفادع لازم تآكلها ، يقولك دائماً شوف أكبر ضفدع وإلتهمه ! لإنه دائماً أصعب مهمة هي اللي بتعطلنا وبسببها ما نسوي ولا شيء بس نأجل في المهام والسبب هو الشيء الصعب واللي مثله بالضفدعه الكبيرة لما تنتهي من إلتهام أقبح وأصعب مهمة راح تشوف باقي المهام تافهة وبسيطة والأهم إنه إنجازك ذاك بيكون دافع كبير إنك تكمل باقي المهام بحماس وبسرعةالكتاب يستحق القراءة وتجربة بعض أساليبه وربما يكون أكثر كتاب عملي يتحدث عن إدارة الوقت بفاعليةقراءة ممتعة