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Top MLM Secret Featuring Priority Management Today

Published on 1/25/2018
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Tuula Rands outlines how to manage your priorities by doing what is most important FIRST then doing what is second most important followed by the rest. But first she gives a word picture on how she and her family were playing baseball every Sunday at her sisters field and describes who was ALL IN and who was not.  Then she talks about the 80-20 rule in detail.
Tuula Rands West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Posted: 2018-01-25

Chapter 10:  Power of the Mastermind

Years ago when my children were young we lived in the country.
My sister had a big open field on her property.  As a way for
the community to get together to build relationships we decided
to play baseball every Sunday afternoon.  It was a lot of fun. 

As we gathered at the appointed time you could always tell who
would be there on time, who would be the ones who straggled
in and the ones who showed up once in a while.  But there was
a core group who were always there and always on time.  You could count on
them.  That to me was the 80 - 20 rule in action.

The 80-20 principle was suggested by management thinker Joseph M. Juran.
It was named after the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, who observed
that 80% of income in Italy was received by 20% of the Italian population.
The assumption is that most of the results in any situation are determined
by a small number of causes.

Later, he discovered that virtually all economic activity was subject to
this principle, in that 80 percent of the wealth of Italy during that time
was controlled by 20 percent of the population.

From the website " - "More generally, the Pareto Principle
is the observation (not law) that most things in life are not distributed evenly.
It can mean all of the following things:

20% of the input creates 80% of the result
20% of the workers produce 80% of the result
20% of the customers create 80% of the revenue
20% of the bugs cause 80% of the crashes
20% of the features cause 80% of the usage
And on and on…

We can take Pareto’s 80 20 rule and apply it to almost any situation. Understanding the principle is
essential to learning how to prioritize your tasks, days, weeks, and months."

Brian Tracy tells us how it works in goal setting: "If you have a list of ten items to accomplish,
two of those items will turn out to be worth more than the other eight items put together.
The sad fact is that most people procrastinate on the top 10 or 20 percent of items that are the
most valuable and important, the “vital few,” and busy themselves instead with the least important
80 percent, the “trivial many,” that contribute very little to their success."

Our baseball gathering years was a form of Mastermind Group getting
together for a purpose and is an example of the 80 -20 rule.  Some took this seriously and were
committed to being there and following through with what they said they would do and some
came whenever they felt like it and never really put in the commitment to be there even though they
had also said they would.

We Joined Mentoring for Free because we were looking for help.  We found the field, we said
we wanted to learn, we wanted to be a part of something bigger than ourselves and then what?
Are we part of the 20% that show up every week participating in the Mastermind group, posting lessons
reading other posts and contributing by speaking up and sharing our thoughts?  OR are we
part of the 80% that show up whenever we feel like it and just listen, never participating, never letting anyone know
that we are even here?

A question Brian Tracy suggests we ask ourselves "Before you begin work, always ask yourself,
“Is this task in the top 20 percent of my activities or in the bottom 80 percent?”

As Michael Dlouhy states, "How we do anything, is how we do everything."

Where do I fit in? I need to examine and ask myself, Am I one of the 80% or am I one of the 20%.

Tuula Rands


Are you willing to use this mlm secret on the 80-20 and prioritize your tasks or are you going to keep on spending time on things that don't matter? The ball is in your court. See you at the top!

Lawrence Bergfeld



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