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  • As study.com notes in their Facts vs Opinions episode, “a fact is a statement that is true and can be verified objectively or proven. In other words, a fact is true and correct no matter what. An opinion, however, is a statement that holds an element of belief; it tells how someone feels. An opinion is not always true and cannot be proven.” Also, facts don’t care about feelings. This is what makes facts so reliable and terrifying...
  • The first part of our WorkHacks 101 mentioned a nifty little idea called the Pareto principle (AKA the 80/20 rule). What is it? It’s essentially an observation – not a law, mind you – that 20% of the input creates 80% of the results. Originally, it was the rule’s namesake, Vilfredo Pareto, who noticed that roughly 80% of Italy’s land is controlled by 20% of the country’s population.
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