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Summary: The 80/20 Principle: Review and Analysis of Koch's Book

Summary: The 80/20 Principle: Review and Analysis of Koch's Book

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Summary: The 80/20 Principle: Review and Analysis of Koch's Book

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Feb 15, 2013
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9782806229823
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The must-read summary of Richard Koch's book: "The 80/20 Principle: The Secret of Achieving More With Less". 

This complete summary of the ideas from Richard Koch's book "The 80/20 Principle" shows that 80% of the results in any system will flow from just 20% of the efforts. Further demonstrating that the key to success is to expand on this 20%, this summary will offer you 10 techniques to do so. 

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Publisher:
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Feb 15, 2013
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9782806229823
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The 80/20 Principle by Richard Koch

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The 80/20 Principle by Richard Koch

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MAIN IDEA

The 80/20 principle is that 80-percent of the results in any system will flow from just 20-percent of the efforts. Therefore, the key to being more productive and better organized is to focus on expanding the productive 20-percent rather than trying to eliminate the unproductive 80-percent.

Specifically, the 80/20 principle suggest that higher productivity in any activity will be achieved by:

Celebrating and expanding exceptional performance rather than trying to raise the overall average.

Looking for productive short cuts that still achieve 80-percent of the intended results rather than plodding on.

Using the least possible effort to maintain control over your life rather than making things difficult for yourself.

Seeking and working towards excellence in a few things rather than competence in a lot of different areas.

Outsourcing as many non-productive tasks as possible to other people so you can focus on where you are highly productive.

Choosing a career in which you can either be self employed or employ other people to multiply your effectiveness.

Only doing those things that you love doing and that you personally do very well.

Becoming aware of the ironies and oddities that lie just beneath the surface that most people never even think about.

Always working out where 20-percent of your efforts will lead to 80-percent of the results.

Targeting a limited number of very valuable goals

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