The Pareto principle (also known as the 80-20 rule, the law of the vital few, and the principle of factor sparsity) states that, for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes.
It’s been widely applied – with gleeful ignorance in many cases – to almost anything in life.
At it’s core, it seems to indicate that you should concentrate more of your resources on the things that work for you and less on the things that do.
Here are some very common things that don’t work.
- Trying to please everyone
- Trying to help everyone
- Trying to fix everyone
- Trying to do everything
- Trying to know everything
- Trying to be everything
So I’m going to …
- Please people who want to be pleased
- Help people who want to be helped.
- Fix people who want to be fixed.
- Do what is effective.
- Know what is needed.
- Be the best I can.
I’ll be working with less people, more closely.
To be effective, I need to work with the people who want to work with me, without being everything to everyone.
That’s what the new consolidated Impact/jvAlert program lets me do.
So let’s make it simple, effective and MUCH more valuable for the people who I want to help.
If you would like to work with me Click here and check out the New Impact Partnering Program.
You can be involved as little or as much as you like, but the one REQUIREMENT is that you have to WANT to work with me and this amazing family of remarkable people.
I ONLY want you to join us if this is a good fit for you, but if you think it IS, then I DEFINITELY want you there with this amazing family, building your business, enriching your life and expanding your reach.
Let’s go out there and make a difference.
All the best,
And more, more, more.
P.S. Would love to have you join us at jvAlert Live because it will give you the chance to meet all of these amazing people LIVE. You’ll never want to leave.