The few things that work fantastically well should be identified, cultivated, nurtured, and multiplied. — Richard Koch
Pareto principle, more commonly known as 80/20 rule, states that 80% of results come from just 20% of the action.
This principle is a surprisingly efficient way to look at things. It can be applied to productivity, software development, writing, fitness, relationships and almost everything else.
Try concentrating your efforts on things that have the biggest impact. You might be surprised by the results.
What Is the 80/20 Rule and How to Apply It for Life Growth
Find the little things that give you the biggest results. By cutting the non-essential and the things that generate little value, you declutter your mind, space and time.
Twenty Unique Ways to Use the 80/20 Rule Today
Scott H. Young lists plenty of different ways you can apply the Pareto principle.
How to Beat Perfectionism With The 80/20 Rule
A very simple way to start overcoming your perfectionism impulse is to apply the 80/20 rule.
When the 80/20 Rule Fails: The Downside of Being Effective
James Clear explores a potential downside of the 80/20 principle.
Until Next Week
While 20% might be more than good enough most of the time, sometimes, to create something truly remarkable, you’ll have to go all in; the trick, of course, is to figure out when going the extra mile will make a real difference.