Eat That Frog & Stop Procrastination

4th December 2018

Mark Twain famously once said “Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day”. The famous quote has since been used as a time management technique to achieve higher levels of performance by disciplining yourself to complete your biggest and most important tasks first. That’s why 1Time’s Tracking Software helps you successfully prioritise important tasks until their completion.



Quite often we put off the most difficult tasks because they can demand more from us or simply because we find them boring or fear they will be too hard to do. It might be that we keep putting off making an important client phone call or putting together a complicated proposal plan. Whatever your frog is, our 1Time Tracking Solution can help you take a positive approach to the rest of your day by knowing that you have the most critical tasks completed.


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Most often than not, it’s the tasks that we put on the back-burner that have the greatest positive impact on our day and yields the greatest results. One of the biggest obstacles businesses face today is failure to execute tasks and projects. Projects run over time and budget, with jobs incomplete and results not achieved.


What’s Your Frog?

1Time helps you “Eat That Frog” by identifying the tasks that you avoid and our tracking software helps you develop a habit of doing those tasks first. This allows you to organise your day, giving you a greater sense clarity and confidence that your projects are completed on time and on budget. So, whatever your frog is, 1Time’s Tracking Solution can help you take a positive approach to the rest of your day, knowing that you have the most critical tasks completed while freeing you up to focus on your “normal tasks” throughout your day.


Why not try our free 30-day trial on 1Time Tracking? You can choose from any user base package with no credit card requirements. Try it today!

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