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The Pareto Principle: When 20% equals 80%
If you surveyed your life and jotted down those activities that brought you the most success, the most financial gain, the most advancement, and the most enjoyment, you would discover that about 20% of your activity produces about 80% of your success.
This phenomenon is the basis for the Pareto Principle, named after the nineteenth-century economist who discovered 80% of an enterprise’s revenue comes from 20% of its customers.
Instead of dedicating yourself–and your time–to mundane, nonproductive, time stealing activity, imagine how rapidly you would reach your goals and improve your life if you said no to those time wasting activities and instead focused on the 20% of the activities that would bring you the most benefit?
What if, instead of watching TV, mindlessly surfing the Internet, checking on Facebook, running unnecessary errands, and addressing problems you could have avoided in the first place, you used the extra time to focus on your family, your marriage, your business, starting new income stream and other forward-motion pursuits?
Think and take some inspired actions.