Draft, stage 2


An 80% book isolates those few things you can do to get yourself 80% of the results by doing 20% or less of the work.    It is based on the Law which follows the 80/20 Principle - which says your can generally get 80% of the results from doing the most important 20% of the actions.   It is a super-high productivity principle, based on far less effort per amount of benefit.    Simple idea, but I keep looking for such books and I have to plow through whole books for just a few things and many books to put the whole picture together to get an action plan - definitely a time costly way of doing things.  So, I offer these books as part of the solution.

The idea is to implement much quicker, to get great results in little time!


Everything occurs in a sequence:

         →      →       →       →       →       →       →        →       →      →  Results 
                                                                          Jump in

Jump in after all the digesting and refining by a person who has logically thought it out and worked it out - and you'll start way ahead of the game.   Your life will be more productive sooner, plus you won't have wasted all that time reinventing the wheel

And, if it takes alot of effort to get through the stages, you may not continue in the first place - and you'll end up with insufficient completion (i.e. you'll not get the results - and probably having to start over.)   Have you ever experienced that?  I think you know the significance of this "truth".

A "Just Do It" 80% book is a book of specified directed actions that produce high result, but only those that when together I can implement very quickly - after which I can go back later and polish up or add to.  In these, you "just do" the actions and don't quibble or redesigned them or take virtually no time fiddling around with them - you just slam them into place and start using them immediately (or somewhere in the vicinity of immediate).  that are very quick but cover only a small number of significant actions (with a small amount of theory and discussio for understanding and persuasion).  In these, we are going for "imperfect" - but high results producing - actions that you can implement quickly - and then come back later, if worth it, to "perfect" it. 

I was going to do a massive, butquickly to the point, book on all of life and its key point, but the "mass" got to me, as too much to do at once.  The book was to "tie it all together", explain all the key points, have special detailed implementation and reading pages and links, and it was to link into all key explanations and special pages to explain almost all of the concepts.  Whew!  It feels heavy even to write about it. 

But I figured I could cover the big overall write up and then come back later to deliver small excerpts - and let the people who are willing to spend a year going through the book and its implementation read the big book.  But I wonder if that would ever work.   I might get a chance to try it, but I think I can get more people to do more things by going in on a slam-bam get the jam (sweet stuff) approach. 


The writing of these books is at about 80% of perfect, as I can get alot more done there. So it won't be elegant or perfectly phrased, but, hopefully, it will be sufficient for you to get the idea, the understanding needed, and the effective implementation of what is needed!!!

As these books come about, I shall list in Books, Booklets, Special Summaries.  They probably will be in a word document initially and then be moved into an e-book (for greater distribution capability) at a very, very low cost but not free (as Amazon needs to have something to get a "cut" off of). 
Instructions on how to read these books. 

Go straight ahead on the first reading, only clicking on links that seem necessary for basic understanding.  Get the overview and how things tie together.

Then go through it a second time, implementing the actions and linking to deeper discussions [you could also do this on the third time through, as quick implemenation is the first priority].

You might best read the "Just Do It" productivity books, which I call "What Do I Do Next?" Books, so you'll using scanning and other means to get better results quicker and skip over what is not important or necessary.

See also The 80% Approach - "Good Enough" 

The "80%" Book is similar, but often longer, than the Quik-Results Book approach that I will be using.