In this new updated edition of the 80/20 Principle, Koch added new chapters to help you use the 80/20 rule in your life. This principle helps you to figure out which:
20% of inputs give you 80% of outputs
20% of causes provide 80% of consequences
20% of efforts offer you 80% of results
“Whether you realize it or not, the principle applies to your life, to your social world, and to the place where you work. Understanding the 80/20 Principle gives you great insight into what is really happening in the world around you.”– Richard Koch
You want to become more productive, efficient, and effective.
You want to enjoy more of your life.
You want to increase your subconscious potential.
You want to create a better future for yourself.
In a nutshell: Koch guides you through this journey from applying the principle to the business world, the notion of time, the power of social networks, relationships, and the connection between consciousness and subconscious.
This first part gives you an overview of what you will learn through the chapters as well as understanding certain terms such as the notion of 80/20 Analysis and 80/20 Thinking in order to put into practice the 80/20 Principle in your life. In this part you’ll learn:
This second part of the book offers you a summary to understand and use the most powerful ways to use the 80/20 Principle in the business world. You will learn:
This third part looks at how you can increase and change your work-life balance for your best interest. You will learn:
This last part discusses how you can take the 80/20 Principle to the next level. You will learn:
This last part discusses various feedback Koch received after the publication of his previous 80/20 book, and highlight 2 vital dimensions of the Principle, namely:
By reading this book I was able to take a whole new perspective about my life, I especially enjoyed:
The new way of looking at my relationships with others.
The new perspective about Time.
The ways I could use my subconscious for my best interest.
How to create my ideal career.
Taking a step back about what Happiness means to me.
Richard John Koch (1950) is a British management consultant, entrepreneur, venture capital investor, and author of books on management, marketing, and lifestyle. He wrote several books on how to apply the Pareto principle (80/20 rule) in all walks of life. Koch has also used his concepts to make a fortune from several private equity investments made personally. His investments have included the Great Little Trading Company, Betfair, Plymouth Gin, and Filofax. Previously Koch had been a consultant at Boston Consulting Group and later a partner at Bain and Company, before leaving to start management consulting firm L.E.K. Consulting with Jim Lawrence and Iain Evans.