80/20 Rule or Pareto Principle ~ DK Khup
Thupiang tampite, ahuampi in a ngah, alawh, akihihna hanga piangkhiate i 80% pen ahih, alawhsak na’te khempeuh i 20% te pan hong kipan, hong ngahkhia, hong piangkhia hi. (The Pareto principle states that, for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes).
Akiphamawhlo, athupilo nakhat hoihtak in sepna in tua na’ kiphamawh, athupi hisak tuanlo hi. Tua hi-in, na hih zawhzahzah atam theithei,na hih theihtawp in nahih na’te namitsuan sangin khantotna lianpen hong ngahsak ding na tawmte sepna bek mitsuan zaw in. (Doing something unimportant well does not make it important. So instead of focusing on doing as much as you can as best as you can, just focus on doing the few things that will lead to the biggest progress).
Mi atamzaw in hihzawh, sepzawhna pen a nasep hun abeizah tawh teh uh hi. Tua pen lahna hoihlo khat hi. Ahangin nasepna in hun tampi tak i mawkbei sak hi. Sepding a om nate laak ah 20% nate nasepna ah 80% nasepna ngah na ngah na ding nate ah na hun phatuam tak in zang in. (Most people measure productivity by the time spent working, but that’s a bad indicator, because we waste so much time at work. Spend your time effectively: on the 20% of things that get you 80% of the results).
Ahuamin, Leitung hauhna 80% te, mihing buppi i 20% in nei hi. US hauhna 80% te, US mibup i 20% in nei hi. US 80% tax sumngahte, US mibup i 20% i piak hi. 80% na vanzuakzawhte, 20% na customers te tungpan hi thei kha dinghi…
Na nuntakna ah, matutding sepding in nakoih ngiimna na neih 10 laak ah 2 bangin na nuntaakna 80% bang hong kilamdangsak thei hi kha thei dinghi. Tua ngaiimna 2 te bulphuhpen, mitsuanpi in nei den in! Tim Ferris: The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich
Ngiim banga taangtunzawhna in hih dingte hihna bek hilo in; hih loh dingte zong hih lohna hi. “Ngiim banga taangtunzawhna angah mi ten amau nuntakna uh, akipatkhiatna dinmun uh bangbang ahi zong, ahatloh thanemnate leh abeisa hun a a ngiim bang uh a ataangtunzawhlohna te, amau mah mawhpuak hi ci-in theician uh hi.” Tu ni a na hihna …in zingciang na hihna hi hamtang ding cih hilo hi.”
Success isn’t only about doing the right things; it’s also about not doing the wrong things.“Successful people know that they are responsible for their life, no matter their starting point, weaknesses and past failures.” “Who you are today…is not who you have to be tomorrow.”
13 Things You Should Give Up If You Want To Be Successful: Zdravko Cvijetic; Medium, 2016. DK Khup