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  • 1.  
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  • 3. Two Steps to Take
    • Identify the causes which are in the top 20%.
    • Move resources away from the causes in the bottom 80% to the ones in the top 20%.
  • 4. Ways To Boost Your Life
  • 5. 20% of the relationships gives 80% of the value
    • Nurture most important relationships
      • People with which you have a strong emotional bond
      • Family, close friends, boyfriend or girlfriend
  • 6. 20% of the time in a relationship gives 80% of the memories
    • Only a few moments give us unforgettable memories
      • More like 95/5
    • Focus on quality not quantity
    • Think of your most memorable moments
      • Focus on what you did to create those
  • 7. 20% of the books gives 80% of the value
    • Not all books are created Equal!
      • Some books give more value
    • Reread until you can effectively apply the lessons
  • 8. 20% of the content of a book gives 80% of the value
    • Read only the most important parts
    • Can extract value from books in a much shorter time
  • 9. 20% of the stuff is used 80% of the time
    • Throw away old stuff that is lying around
      • Most things are not necessary
  • 10. 20% of your work time gives 80% of the results.
    • Determine when you are most productive
      • Morning, Night, Café, Library?
    • Once identified create more of that time by eliminating conflicting events
  • 11. 20% of your skills give 80% of the returns
    • Identify your best skills
    • Spend time developing these skills
    • Do only a few things, the things you are great at