Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 26
Once you identify the key tasks, focus your time on them. This is because focusing on these tasks puts you on the right side of the 80/20 rule. #focus #focussing #2080rule
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 26
The take-home message for time management is to focus on crucial tasks that generate big results. So before you start, you need to identify these critical tasks. #timemanagement #tasks #effectivity
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 26
The Pareto Principle can be applied to time management, too. Therefore, if you have a long list of tasks on your plate, it’s likely that the top 2 or 3 will produce 80% of the desired output. #timemanagement #priorities
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 26
And finally, what may be the most important factor to consider – 20% of clients could also represent an astounding 80% effect on your business revenue if you neglect them too long. #productivity #business #revenue
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 26
For example, 20% of customers may result in 80% of complaints, 20% of specific IT faults or glitches could take up to 80% of your time if it is not addressed as quickly as possible.
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 26
In economics, the 80–20 rule (also known as the Pareto principle) states that, for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes.
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 26
However, the Pareto Principle applies to many other areas of life. If you look across the industry, business, wealth distribution, and many other areas, you will see that this will hold to be generally true.
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 26
What’s the 20/80 Pareto Principle all about? This principle is named for Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, who noted that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population. #pareto #paretoprinciple #thread
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 21
Honestly, I don’t think you can go wrong with Publer! But check it out yourself. I just scratched the surface here. There’s much more to discover. https://publer.io/raymondphilippe
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 21
6. To recap. With Publer, I can schedule, collaborate & analyze all my social media from the same place. Furthermore, they offer a free option and free trials for their pro plans. I started with their free plan myself!
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 21
5. Through their #Canva integration, I can use my son’s brand’s color palette and many professional elements. So that means I will always be able to find the right media for my post! This integration with Canva is also top-notch!👌
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 21
4. I can even design professional videos on Publer. If you don’t have a #Crello account, click on it, and they’ll provide a free account that includes all Pro features! Browse through all unique templates, free stock images, add some music, elements, etc.
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 21
3. Although I can automate or schedule my post updates with Publer, that’s still not enough. If you don’t know how you’re doing in terms of reach, engagement, and clicks, you may be wasting your time and money. Publer Analytics now provides valuable insights. So I’m good! 👌
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 21
2. I can use Publer to handle multiple social media accounts I manage, such as Facebook Pages, Instagram Business, Twitter and LinkedIn Profiles & Pages, and Pinterest Business. I can also manage YouTube channels on the platform. I hope I haven’t forgotten any. 😉 😉
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 21
1. Publer helps me schedule all my social media from the same place. I’m convinced that this social media planning tool saves me lots of time. IMO it is by far the best social media scheduler I have had my hands on. (and I have tried quite a few 😊 )
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 21
Have you tried Publer yet? Publer is a must-have app for all #socialmedia #managers. I use it to manage this #Twitter account and my son’s band’s social media. These are the main reasons I use #Publer. #thread https://publer.io/raymondphilippe
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 20
4. Another tip to overcome procrastination is to try implementing a reward system. This way, you get to enjoy something nice after you’ve followed through on a task that would have otherwise been avoided.
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 20
Realize that whenever you continue procrastinating you may become stressed out because you know you’re not doing enough with your life.
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 20
Albert Einstein said that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. So if you do nothing, there’s a chance nothing will change.
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 20
3. Many online courses are available to help you stop procrastinating from a personal perspective and as a professional. There are often differences between free courses and paid courses. So choose wisely.
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 20
By attending this type of seminar, you also feel good about yourself because you are doing something productive, but it is unlikely that these seminars will reach the root causes of your problem.
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 20
2. Attending procrastination seminars is an excellent way to learn about the topic. I have attended several of them (in my continuing education as a solopreneur), and they are often high-value for money.
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 20
Overcoming procrastination: 1. Stop procrastinating by yourself. This method is the most difficult to follow because it involves trial-and-error and many failed attempts. There are more structured approaches that will help you overcome procrastination.
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 20
Procrastination is a common problem for many people who have trouble doing what needs to be done. Overcoming #procrastination is challenging because beating procrastination is about changing personal #habits. I have four suggestions for this: #thread
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Raymond Philippe ✍ @raymondphil2 · Oct 20
Thanks to @pearsonified, The King of Tech Decentralization and Creator of Focus OmniTweet. I got my OmniTweet up and running! https://diythemes.com/focus/omnitweet/