EAT THE FROG… or the Art of doing what we don’t like to do

In business this “frog” is the most important task that needs to be done on any given day. How can you apply this to your squash ?

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The term used in business is “Eating the frog“. This “frog” is the most important task that needs to be done on any given day. It’s probably the most odious task on your list and just as probably has been postponed many times.

Phillip Marlowe looks at how this principle can be applied to your squash …

Author: Phillip Marlowe

Having started playing squash in my late teens, it was clear that I was never going to reach the heights of my dreams. I did, however, claim the Guinness World Squash Endurance Record of 122 Hours and 44 Minutes. After that Squash became my life. Phillip's full profile

4 thoughts on “EAT THE FROG… or the Art of doing what we don’t like to do”

    1. Well Dave, I wouldn’t suggest that you don’t practice it, just spend more time on your weaker areas. There’s nothing wrong with doing things you are good at, it’s a boost for your confidence (especially in the warm up), but make sure it’s not the only thing you do!

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