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Maximize your Time and Resources with the 80/20 Principle

· Productivity,Workshop,Entrepreneurship

There are many productivity methods available today and one of the most popular is the Pareto Principle, also known as the 80/20 Principle. It was founded by the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, who noted the 80/20 connection while at the University of Lausanne. Here, he states that 80% of your results only take 20% of the effort. It is also known as the common rule of thumb in business, and if done right, it can be a life saver for both your career and your personal life.

Greg Prudhommeaux believes in this method and has used it to manage all his on-going projects with great success. Because of this, he would like to share how he does it and help fellow entrepreneurs manage their affairs better. Join us on the third part of our workshop series, Maximize your Time and Resources with the 80/20 Principle where we discuss the basics of the 80/20 Principle and how you can apply it to your business and even your personal life. Learn how to set priorities, increase your productivity and take advantage of all the extra time you can get to do what matters to you the most.

Maximize your Time and Resources with The 80/20 Principle

For your convenience, we are offering this workshop on two dates, one at November 24 (Thursday) and November 26 (Saturday), both at 9 AM till 12 PM. We have also recently partnered with Prodygia, an online platform creating on-demand solutions which capture, curate and deliver content online to their communities and beyond.

Get access to our workshops on demand. As an added value, tickets to the workshop will also include free access to the on-demand version. All you need to do is to leave your email here and get notified when it will be available online.

Maximize your Time and Resources with The 80/20 Principle

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