Take your productivity to the next level

Take your productivity to the next level

We all know the frustrating feeling of being inefficient.

What if you could spend less time studying, but still get MORE done? If this sounds too good to be true, then prepare to be pleasantly surprised.

One of the keys to maximising productivity is the Pareto Principle, otherwise known as the 80:20 Rule.

In 1906, Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto created a mathematical formula to describe the unequal distribution of wealth in his country. The 80/20 rule suggests that 20 percent of the inputs or activities are responsible for 80 percent of the outcomes or results.

Fortunately for us, this rule applies beyond wealth distribution. It can also help increase student productivity levels!

Productivity The rule applies to many different life situations. We will be using it to increase our productivity in English, Math and other school subjects.

So, let’s talk about productivity. What does it mean? Productivity is not necessarily about getting lots of things done to achieve a result. It’s about working smarter.

Working Smarter To work smarter, we need analyse the daily tasks that come together to help us achieve our academic goals.

Let’s say for instance you have 10 things on your to-do list. Write them out clearly, and then figure out which 2 tasks will make the biggest contributions to your academic goals.

Once you have decided, focus on completing those ones first. This will help to address the common problem of running out of time. So, it is about prioritising so that you can work smarter and reach your goals faster.

Remember, if you don’t have enough time, it often means you don’t have priorities. Find out what your priorities are using the 80/20 rule and get the important things done first.

Happy Learning!
We all know the frustrating feeling of being inefficient.

What if you could spend less time studying, but still get MORE done? If this sounds too good to be true, then prepare to be pleasantly surprised.

One of the keys to maximising productivity is the Pareto Principle, otherwise known as the 80:20 Rule.

In 1906, Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto created a mathematical formula to describe the unequal distribution of wealth in his country. The 80/20 rule suggests that 20 percent of the inputs or activities are responsible for 80 percent of the outcomes or results.

Fortunately for us, this rule applies beyond wealth distribution. It can also help increase student productivity levels!

Productivity The rule applies to many different life situations. We will be using it to increase our productivity in English, Math and other school subjects.

So, let’s talk about productivity. What does it mean? Productivity is not necessarily about getting lots of things done to achieve a result. It’s about working smarter.

Working Smarter To work smarter, we need analyse the daily tasks that come together to help us achieve our academic goals.

Let’s say for instance you have 10 things on your to-do list. Write them out clearly, and then figure out which 2 tasks will make the biggest contributions to your academic goals.

Once you have decided, focus on completing those ones first. This will help to address the common problem of running out of time. So, it is about prioritising so that you can work smarter and reach your goals faster.

Remember, if you don’t have enough time, it often means you don’t have priorities. Find out what your priorities are using the 80/20 rule and get the important things done first.

Happy Learning!