Pareto Principle

The Pareto principle is also known as the 80/20 rule that can be used to manage a person’s time more efficiently. Everything around us follows an interesting pattern. If you own say five pairs of shoes you only wear one pair most of the time. 20% of the world’s population control 80% of the wealth. Out of 10 things you have to do only 2 will generate most of your desired results. Many of us are very busy on a daily basis but not that productive in achieving our goals. One way to start organizing our lives is to start a one-month time frame to organize on a daily basis what they want to accomplish. Identify and prioritize tasks to be completed first.

In school, for example, 20% of the content of the class teachings are the core principles. Those principles make up 80% of the test. The teacher usually spends 80% of the time explaining the 20% core principles to the class. Which means 80% of the test will be about the 20% that is being taught to the class. 80% of the time spent studying can be wasted by distractions such as social media. Eliminate the distractions and you can learn at an accelerated pace. 20% of those you spend time with take up 80% of your energy. That 20% can also make you more confident and motivated. Once you understand this rule your life will move in a positive direction towards accomplishing the goals that you set for the future. Knowledge of the management of the times of our lives can be the fuel for success in life.

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About serius1058

I am a 64year old male. I live in California. I continute to blog as a way to give my opinion on things that I read about. I am a baby boomer and I feel that because of the life I have experienced, and the times we are living through the need to be examined with a critical eye. I feel this is my purpose in life. Live,learn, and comment. I will attempt to make this happen.
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