"We may find that 80 percent of consequences arise from 20 percent of causes, or that 80 percent of outputs come from 20 percent of inputs, or 80 percent of results from 20 percent of effort. Typically, 20 percent of professional athletes will scoop 80 percent - or more - of the competition prizes. You will wear 20 percent - or less - of your clothes more than 80 percent of the time. A mere 20 percent of burglars will make off with more than 80 percent of the loot. Just 20 percent of your car journeys will clock up more than 80 percent of your total mileage. Only 20 percent of your time will generate more than 80 percent of your useful results. And 20 percent of your decisions will lead to more than 80 percent of your success and happiness - or the opposite."
**The above information is from "The 80/20 Manager" by Richard Koch**
How can we use this Principle?
Doing more with less should be a priority for every coach. Big results come from small focal points.
Find the Vital Few - Focus on the Vital Few