If you believe most productivity experts, the answer is probably frogs.
The term "frog eating" originally comes from a book by Brian Tracy called Eat That Frog, where he defines a "frog" as any difficult or unpleasant task. Tracy recommends "eating a live frog" first thing in the morning so that the rest of the day is easy in comparison.
Initially, this concept made sense to me. I could finish the task I’d been dreading while I still had a full day’s energy: no more procrastination, no more worries. [...]
Last weekend I attended Camp GLP, a retreat led by Jonathan Fields of the Good Life Project. The event was advertised as a "summer camp for adults". I had no idea what I was getting myself into.
When I arrived at camp on Thursday, I parked my car and was immediately greeted by two volunteers blowing bubbles. One of them gave me a hug and pointed me towards registration. This was going to be interesting. [...]