First of all let us
see what Mediocrity is and what makes it so strong:
Mediocrity, according to most dictionaries is:
“Being average and ordinary.” Meaning that a Mediocre person navigates constantly with the
majority of people being not among the best or the worst. Unfortunately, or fortunately for you, most people
will not do anything in their entire life to move out of that “average” level.
As written by Arthur W. Hafner, Ph.D., Vilfredo Pareto (1848-1923) was an Italian economist who, in 1906, observed that
twenty percent of the Italian people owned eighty percent of their country's accumulated wealth. Over time and
through application in a variety of environments, this analytic (“Technique”), has come to be called “Pareto's
Principle”, “the 80-20 Rule,” and the "Vital Few and Trivial Many Rule."
Interestingly enough, this same rule applies in
multiple instances. Actually, wealth is distributed exactly the same way all the time. So are the causes or
factors for success or failure. This means that if we pay close attention and effort to the few important parts
of our behavior that help us excel, we all can achieve more in a shorter period of time.
You probably have met many bosses who do not know
haw to be leaders. They are easy to find, they are the kind of "leader" that you do not want to