The Pareto Principle and Time Management
What is time management; but being focused on your personal and professional goals. One concept is the ‘Pareto Principle’ also called the ’80:20 rule’. This rule states 80% of your time is not managed or is unfocused and it generates only 20% of the desired managed time.
Even though the ’80:20′ ratio is a random number, this number system will put an emphasis on what is lost or gained by time management.
Time Management overview by some…
- Scheduling appointments
- Goal setting
- Step by step planning
- things to do lists
These are the core basics that should be understood, while developing efficient personal time management skills; these core basics can also be used in a professional setting as well.
But, there is room for fine tuning these basic skills. The finer essence of each skill can provide you with an extra reserve to accomplish your prime objective.
The core basics are just the start of what you need for better time management.
Other skills are needed to continue on your journey to a better, well rounded life.
Decision making, natural abilities, such as, emotional intelligence and critical thinking are some fundamentals to personal growth.
Personal time management affects everything you do. Whether it will make a big impact on your life or hardly touch it; it counts! Everything you learn, any advice you consider, every new skill you acquire or tone, will be considered within your time management goal.
The result of good time management will equal out a balanced life style. This is the full aspect most people never understand and fall short in their efforts.
Be guided with the “Pareto Principle” and follow the rule to your time management.