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Should You Apply the Pareto Principle to Learning?

I don’t want to beat around the bush: Yes, you should. Like any other activity, learning can profit from the Pareto Principle. Click To Tweet That leaves the really hard question unanswered. How do you apply Pareto to learning? In

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How To Manage Your To-Dos with 6 Folders (2/2)

The Lean Self 6 Folders approach is one way to use Kanban for managing your to-dos. How to apply the pull principle to your to-do list. Click To Tweet Here is the routine I suggest for pulling to-dos through the

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How to Manage Your To-Dos with 6 Folders (1/2)

There are a lot of approaches for managing your to-dos and your to-do list(s). Because to-do lists are inventory, you want to keep them easily manageable. Unfortunately, most ways of doing this you find out there tend to be more

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Strategies for Using the Pareto Principle

Did you read my post about the Pareto Principle? Today I want to discuss how you can derive strategies for change from it. Check out these strategies for using the Pareto Principle. Click To Tweet

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7+1 Reasons Why a Bicycle Vacation is Lean

Did you ever consider a bicycle vacation? Heare are eight reasons why you should consider a bicycle vacation: Less Waiting Waste: You most probably won’t stand in a traffic jam and you don’t sit around in train stations or airports.

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