80 per cent of the people don’t care about what you do and who you are. These people are those who ignore the good in you.
They try their best to pull you down and make you feel devalued. These 80 percent are spread all around you.
You may find them in your neighbourhood, at your workplace or they can even be someone from your relatives. And you shouldn’t be surprised if you find them in your friend circle.
The reason why I’m saying this today is, do you really have to take this 80 per cent of the class into consideration?
Undoubtedly it’s a big number and possibilities of coming across this class is pretty much high. People won’t care about you but that doesn’t mean you should stop doing your bit.
Let me elaborate on this. Instead of looking at the 80 per cent of the people shift your focus to the 20 per cent who really care about you.
These 20 per cent are the ones who want to see your good. Who keep a check on you every now and then.
You know who they are and how much they mean to you.
You are suppose to keep these 20 per cent of the people in mind and keep going, no matter what.
Irrespective of your field, you’ll find the similar segregation everywhere. So, it’s better to concentrate on the 20 and ignore the 80.
By doing this you’ll be at peace with yourself and see a substantial progress in you.
This is the 23rd day of my Blog Marathon and I know who my readers are and who are actively supporting my blog marathon. I write for them.
Because both 80 and 20 percent of the class will always be around you. Then why not embrace the positive ones (20) and erase the negative(80)?
So let’s overpower the largeness of the negative class and focus on the goodness of the little.
These were completely my thoughts on this 80/20 pattern. Do you think alike or have a different take on this?
Don’t hesitate to write back to me.
See you tomorrow 🙂