Pareto Principle: The Idea of Getting More through Less Effort

We have been taught, trained and possibly ‘brainwashed’ with the concept of in order to get what we want, we have to do more than the day before.

For example, to get huge incomes through Internet, there are a lot of tips and advice especially through ‘make money online’ blogs’ authors who consider themselves as experts, are also telling us the same thing.

However, there is one question for you – are those advice and tips are absolutely accurate?

I do always believe that there are always alternatives in everything that exist in this world as long as we keep looking for those alternatives and keep pushing ourselves to think outside our box.

There are always two sides for a coin, right?

What is Pareto Principle?

For me, there is an alternative for the idea of  ‘work more to earn more’. This alternative is called Pareto’s principle – a principle that was first introduced in 1906 by Vilfredo Pareto. This principle has also been called other various names such as; the Law of Vital Few, the 80/20 rule and the Factor of Sparsity.

# To read more, you can head to the full article to Making Money Online as I have guest posted this article over there.

11 Responses to Pareto Principle: The Idea of Getting More through Less Effort

  1. Lon says:

    just wanted to say i’ve been browsing through your site, and i love it – your theme is clean and bold at the same time… always glad to connect with other wordpress fanatics.

  2. Helmi Asyraf (admin) says:

    Glad to see you here and thank you for the great compliment.

    Hope to see your again soon.


  3. According to me, Pareto Principle is great when you have laser targeted what you want.

    If you are still looking for the “next best thing”, I guess the normal routine applies i.e. “give it all to get it all”.

    It nonetheless is a great way to maximize return on investment.

  4. mytheory says:

    i’ll go check your guest post now..
    i’m very interested to read it…

  5. I just finished reading it. Very informative. I also, did this with my social media. Before I used to do submission to 20 to 30 sites. Now, I use 3 main ones. I am active meber in each and get reasonable traffic. So, I eliminated the rest of the 17 social bookmarking sites and concentrate on only 3.

  6. Mike says:

    Thanks for the post I’ll head over to that site to read it. Any thing that can save me time is great.

  7. Mike says:

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  8. ariff says:

    Carrington is a good minimalist styled theme if you’re looking for one. But editing it could be a hassle because the php files are seperated in their respected folders.

  9. Kushal Chap says:

    Thanks for the heads up. I will check it out.

  10. Mike says:

    ariff, last week you suggested that I shouldnt have gray as my blog color. I changed it to white and now I am getting way more subscribers. Thanks!

  11. Mike says:

    Thanks, Ill take a look at it. Is it a free theme?

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