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עקרון פארטו , הידוע גם בשם כלל 80-20 , הוא כלל שנוסח על ידי ה כלכלן האיטלקי וילפרדו פארטו , וגורס כי בתופעות רבות 80% מהפעילות מקורם ב-20% מהגורמים הפעילים. הכלל מאפשר הבחנה בין הגורמים העיקריים (המהווים 20% מכלל הגורמים) לגורמים הטפלים (יתר 80% מהגורמים). פארטו, שעסק בחקר פערים כלכליים, שם לב שכ-80% מהעושר ב איטליה נמצאים בבעלות כ-20% מהאוכלוסייה. חוק פארטו איננו מדויק, זהו כלל אצבע בלבד המצביע על תופעה של הצטברות גורמים. לעתים ה פרופורציה של הגורמים שונה (70-30, 90-10 וכדומה), אך העיקרון נשמר.
Getting Things Done - GTD היא ספר שמתאר שיטה לניהול משימות שפותחה על ידי דיויד אלן בעל אותו שם, השיטה מבוססת על העיקרון שאדם צריך להוציא את המשימות מראשו ולהציבם במקום חיצוני, בדרך זו הראש משתחרר מהצורך לזכור את המשימות ויכול להתפנות לטיפול בביצוען. [ עריכה ] מתודולוגית ה GTD כפי שמתאר דיויד אלן באתר האינטרנט שלו  , בניהול זמן מסורתי, סדר עדיפויות, משמש עקרון מרכזי, לחלופין מציע אלן שני עקרונות אחרים לניהול הזמן, שליטה ופרספקטיבה .
Florida wrote the “The Flight of the Creative Class”, which became an unexpected hit. This is a follow up that focus more on his data. I’d heard others try to explain his argument for a few years, before finally reading the book, and am struck by how much more convincing he is than those who argue on his behalf. Florida’s question is what leads to sustained regional economic advantage. The short answer is creative people, by which he means those who create (at least virtually). This includes engineers, designers, technologist, and many entrepreneurs, as well as artists, but not necessarily highly educated professionals engaged primarily in non-creative work, even if they are highly paid.
Arnout asked: “I’ve just implemented the concept of a Tickler file and starting to work with Action lists etc. and still am finding my best way…. (and must honestly say; it is not yet working for me) :-( ” “How to get started on David Allen’s Getting things done ? Any quick tips? Can anyone share your story on a GTD start-up (for my personal reassurance)?” Related: Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
Post written by Leo Babauta . Follow me on Twitter . While some of you have been following Zen Habits since its early days (beginning of 2007), many of you are fairly new readers. To help you through the fairly overwhelming archives, I’ve compiled a beginner’s guide. Kind of a Quick Start guide.
Zen Habits is one of the most visited blogs on the Internet with 240,000 subscribers, [ 1 ] and Alexa ranks it as 5,706th popular website in the US, [ 2 ] and covers simplifying, living frugally, parenting, happiness, motivation, eliminating debt, saving, eating healthily, successfully implementing good habits, and achieving goals. Zen Habits was created by Leo Babauta (born April 30, 1973), a blogger, journalist and published author from the United States territory of Guam who presently lives in San Francisco . Babauta's first post was on February 1, 2007. [ 3 ] In February 2009, Time Magazine named Zen Habits one of the Top 25 Blogs for 2009, [ 4 ] and in June 2010, it named Zen Habits at the top of its list for the Top 25 Blogs for 2010. [ 5 ] Until approximately 2010, the blog focused largely on topics such as productivity and being organized, but Babauta later drifted away from these topics.
The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich (2007) is a self-help book by Timothy Ferriss , an American writer, educational activist, and entrepreneur . [ 1 ] The book has spent more than four years on the The New York Times Best Seller list , has been translated into 35 languages, and has sold more than 1,350,000 copies worldwide. [ 2 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ] It focuses on what Ferriss refers to as "lifestyle design", and a repudiation of the traditional "deferred" life plan in which people work grueling hours and take few vacations for decades and save money in order to relax after retirement . [ edit ] Background Ferriss developed the ideas present in The 4-Hour Workweek while working 14-hour days at his sports nutrition supplement company, BrainQUICKEN. [ 5 ] Frustrated by the overwork and lack of free time, Ferriss took a 3-week sabbatical to Europe.
Confused by the various terms found in David Allen's writing or used by members of the mailing lists? Hopefully this glossary will help.
Sometimes the sheer weight of the "In" basket -- whether it is one with paper in it or electronic messages -- is enough to keep us from starting anything. David Allen outlines ways to process the "In" box efficiently, cranking through all the items one at a time in order to keep the jobs from piling out and drowning you. Who couldn't use some help in finding ways to organize?
Who couldn't use some help in finding ways to have more energy, be more relaxed and get a lot more accomplished with much less effort? Most anyone -- and probably almost all people running a small business. Allen recognizes that there is no single means of perfecting personal organization and productivity, but stresses that there are things we can do to facilitate them. This book is a compilation of thoughts about and practical ways to achieve personal productivity.
From WikiSummaries, free book summaries GTD® and Getting Things Done® are the registered trademarks of David Allen Company. For more than 20 years, David Allen has been a management consultant and executive coach. Allen’s first book Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, published in 2001, became a National Bestseller. Allen has been called a personal productivity guru whose work has been featured in Fast Company, Fortune, the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and other publications.
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