Many of us are good at procrastination: putting things off to some unspecified ‘later’. For some, it’s a minor inconvenience. For others it’s a chronic drain on their productivity. One of the many solutions is eating frogs.
Not literally eating frogs, of course. This is a literary allusion. Although it’s not wholly clear where the credit should go. But in its modern form, Brian Tracy popularised the principle of eating frogs. His best-selling 2001 book on personal productivity was ‘Eat that Frog!’ (US|UK).