The task of least regret

Takeaway: It’s common productivity advice that you should begin each day by “eating a frog”—doing the hardest thing on your list. I find it even more helpful to begin each morning with the task I’m proudest (and most relieved) to have accomplished.

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There’s a common bit of productivity advice that suggests we begin each morning by eating a proverbial frog. This idea originated from Mark Twain, who once said: 

“Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.” 

The quote is well-known—it even spawned a popular book written by Brian Tracy. The idea behind the quote is a good one: when you begin each day by doing the most difficult thing on your list, the rest of your day feels like a breeze in comparison.

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