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Productivity and 20/80 rule

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11:00 AM | 24 June 2016
by Alina Tolstova
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Make the most from the 80/20 rule, Pareto principle, by focusing on work related activities that you are passionate about.

First, we should give a definition of this barbaric term

“A measure of the efficiency of a person in converting inputs into useful outputs”

Many of you have probably heard of 80/20 rule, Pareto principle which proclaims that 80 percent of results (output) comes from 20 percent of your contribution (input). One of the aspects that should be extracted from 80/20 rule is to focus on the work related activities that you are passionate about. Time spending working on possessions you enjoy often results in greater results, job satisfaction and even higher income due to higher productivity. Accordingly, the questions you should ask yourself first are:

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