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Prioritizing Quality Over Quantity


A man standing in front of a group of people sitting around a table in a business meeting.

"The road to hell is paved with the pursuit of volume." What does this mean in the context of our daily lives and work? Volume often leads to marginal products, marginal customers, and greatly increased managerial complexity. Have you noticed how spreading yourself too thin results in diminishing returns? Hard work leads to low returns, but insight and doing what we truly want leads to high returns.


Imagine striving for excellence in a few things rather than good performance in many. This approach can significantly impact our personal and professional success. Are you focusing your energy on high-quality activities, or are you caught in the cycle of busyness? "It is not the shortage of time that should worry us, but the tendency for the majority of time to be spent in low-quality ways.” -Quote by Richard Koch from his book "The 80/20 Principle: The Secret to Achieving More with Less."


Reflect on your daily routine: How much of your time is dedicated to truly valuable activities? The 80/20 principle, also known as the Pareto Principle, suggests that 80% of our results come from just 20% of our efforts. By identifying and doubling down on these high-impact activities, we could work a two-day week and achieve 60% more than now.


What changes can you make to focus more on high-impact activities? Start today by identifying your top 20% activities and see how focusing on these can transform your productivity and satisfaction. Remember, excellence is achieved through quality, not quantity.

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