Tackling False Emergencies In Order To Save Important Things

Tackling False Emergencies In Order To Save Important Things

Tackling False Emergencies In Order To Save Important Things
Tackling False Emergencies In Order To Save Important Things
Sometimes, deciding on the right order for your priorities can be unusually difficult. If you ask yourself about the reasons of such difficulties, you will reach to the common debate related to emergencies and important things. While they seem identical, there are actually a lot of differences between them. There is also one major similarity – they are both stressful. They have to be handled before anything else. Continue reading

How To Use The Pareto Rule – The 80/20 Rule

How To Use The Pareto Rule – The 80/20 Rule

How To Use The Pareto Rule – The 80/20 Rule
How To Use The Pareto Rule – The 80/20 Rule
Working efficiently implies identifying your priorities by the book. Some things are always more important than others. But it is also very easy to underestimate the importance of such a principle. In other words, you risk altering your efficiency without even realizing it.

Years ago, the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto has given a “law” that carries his name. The law is also know as the 80/20 law. This simple rapport reunites the cause and effect through a simple equation. While there are plenty of exceptions to this law, it can easily apply to numerous activities. So what does it mean? Continue reading

The Right Number Of Parameters In A Presentation

The Right Number Of Parameters In A Presentation

The Right Number Of Parameters In A Presentation
The Right Number Of Parameters In A Presentation
A lot of sales agents encounter difficulties in deciding how much to actually reveal about their products. Sometimes, putting all the benefits on a plate is not the wisest decision. After all, more and more customers come up with time limitations. You can negotiate these limitations, but once you agree to them, you have to respect them. Aside from this pragmatical point of view, how do you evaluate the amount of information to give out? Continue reading