I always try to take the path of working smarter, rather than harder. But in the end, there is not always a choice. Sometimes hard work is required to get the job done right. The first key is being willing to get the job done. The second key is to think about what has to be done and determine if there is a smart way to get it done. Then it's just a matter of implementation.
My choice would be smart hard work. So I am choosing to do hard work but in a smarter way!
Smart work is efficient and effective......you should work hard but in a smart way.....
I agree with Smaridge01, I always try to work smart, but sometimes, when we're learning something new, we don't know enough to truly work smart. As a result, we work hard at fumbling and bumbling around until we can start putting it together. In the end we should always be working hard to work smarter!
by telltale6 years ago
Is working hard better than working smart or is it the other way around or you need to do both?
by mtsi10988 years ago
I was always taught to work hard and it will pay off. I have found this to be true for the most part but have also found that working smarter also pays off. What do you think?
by MarieLB23 months ago
Do you know someone who is smarter than you are, and how do you feel about that person?EG:- You find yourself saying things like "She thinks she knows everything". In your head you hear the...
by Rob Hampton4 years ago
Are dogs smarter than what we give them credit for?Personally I think my little dog is pretty smart. Do you think they know more than what we see?
by IAmForbidden2 weeks ago
Which is more important: Being beautiful or being smart?Are you more attracted to a smart person or to a beautiful one?
by Delilah6 years ago
Some say that people with big heads are smarter than the norm, is this true?have you ever heard someone say that people with big heads are smart, is this true and if so why?
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