from 20% of our efforts.
I'm sure lazy people like me love this principle.
Originated by the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto in 1897
it is also known as the Principle of Least Effort.
I think this rule is more common than we think in most areas of success in life.
20% of the people in the world have 80% of the money. 20% of the Hollywood actors make 80% of the money. 20% of the athletes made 80% of the money. 20% of the affiliates make 80% of the money. 20% of your Email list subscribers give you 80% of the money.
If I understood this correctly it means that 80% of your effort and hard work is irrelevant and will not yield any results
The hard thing is probably finding that 20% that matters most, and ignoring the rest.
What do you think ?