In most of the endevours vital is few and trivial are many.Unequal distribution of wealth in his country.- 20% of people owed 80% of wealth in country.http://betterexplained.com/articles/understanding-the-pareto-principle-the-8020-rule/Pareto was so passionate about this that he observed that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the people. He further observed that 20% of pea pods in his garden contained 80% of the peas.
There lies an inherent disparity between the inputs and the outcome achieved.
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Food – Record your eating habits for a week. Calculate up the calories of the different items of food. I’ve done this before and I’ve found it surprising how some treats contribute a high percentage of your calorie pie for no nutritional value, when other vices consumed in smaller portions take up only a sliver but still offer a tasty treat.
Web Surfing - Record your web usage for a day or two. Write down the sites you visited or tools you used to get there (StumbleUpon, Digg, etc.) Figure out sites took up the most time and which had the least value. You’d be surprised how often they are the same thing.
Goals - It doesn’t matter whether you have them written down or just in your head. Look at all your goals and compare the resources required to accomplish each (time, money, energy, etc.) with the benefits gained. Benefits could be physical rewards, purposeful work or emotional quality. Pursue the goals with the highest value.