Pareto Principle

Discussion in 'Coastal Vacations' started by screamingeagle, Mar 20, 2007.

  1. screamingeagle

    screamingeagle New Member

    This is from:
    http://www.thinkarete.com/wisdom/works/notes/1427/

    "80/20 Principle : The principle states, quite simply, that 20% of efforts lead to 80% of results.

    Whether you know it as the "Pareto Principle" or the "Principle of Least Effort," it's an incredibly powerful concept."

    OK. My questions are:
    Which 20% of your efforts produce 80% of your results?

    What are they?

    Are those efforts easy to learn and to teach?

    Take Care,
    Robert

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  2. matiasmommy

    matiasmommy New Member

    Simple I think for me, Robert!

    My advertising! People then walk right through my online information system, get all the details they need, contact me to get their questions answered and boom!

    So, for me, it all starts and ends with getting those fine people into the information. I would say that the 20% of my time is about 10% the effort into advertising and 10% actually speaking with people. When I speak with them I qualify them and answer their questions simultaneously. Same principle applies for my team members prospects.

    The remaining 80% of my time is spent with my team and on personal development. I don't discount the value of that time spent either.

    Hope that helps!

    Jani Teeter
    L3 Director, CSG
     

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