Pareto’s law
Pareto’s law
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  • 승인 2007.08.13 11:54
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   Have you ever thought like this? ? tried hard only to fail.?? have to do many things but I have no time.?Then you need to read this book. Recently, I read a book about time management. The book was very practical and helpful to me. So, I want to share it with you. I will give you some tips for your time management, I think they will help you.
   The title of this book, 80/20 Principle is referring to Pareto? law. It was written by Vilfredo Pareto, a 19th century Italian economist. The 80/20 principle states that there is an inbuilt imbalance between causes and results, inputs and outputs. For example, 20% of the population earns 80% of the income. And roughly 20% of a sales force will develop 80% of the annual results. It has typical patterns that show that 80% of results come from 20% of the efforts.
   That is to say, if we concentrate on an important part, we can achieve more production. So, I think this can be very useful in our lives. If we concentrate on the point of work we can have more free time and use less unnecessary effort. Next, I?l introduce some methods of effective time management. First, look out for the point of work and do not work hard unconditionally. Second, be the best at your favorite area. Third, remove unproductive activity and look for productive factors.
   This fact is very simple. But it has more meaning than anything. And if we concentrate on it, we can achieve more with less effort. Finally, we will have more free time from work.

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