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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?
In the jobforce I have always found it is better to work smart. But, in every case there will be a time to roll up your sleeves and do some dirty work. Since I have become a stay at home mom, all the work just seems harder!
hard work always pay off .
hard work with smartness will pay off well.
Second thing should be done without following shortcuts. If you try shortcut you will be short- circuited one time.
Some people in life spend about 3 years trying to accomplish a goal - working very hard at it. Others will achieve this same goal in just 6 months.
The difference? - Just being Smart.
I try to work harder at working smarter. Best of both worlds.
i think hard work pays off. i also believe in finding the most efficient way to do something because my time is valuable and i hate to see it wasted when an easier, more productive solution is available. i apply this principle to every aspect of my life, not just work.
Well, lets take Hub Pages for example. I am doing more research on the promotion process, SEO, and Keywords much more than I am writing these days.
In the short term it has paid off, logic dictates that it will pay off in the long term, also.
If we follow Robert Kiyosaki's advice, I'd say work smarter. If you work harder, the results are only commensurate to your efforts. But if you work smarter, you can also use the efforts of the people around you (particularly if they are your employees) to achieve or earn more.
Working smarter is about thinking before you act, and asking your self if there is a better way to do something, and then when find the answer to that question, working hard to implement it in order to achieve better or faster results .
There are tasks wherein we need to work harder and there are others that we need to simply work smarter. Pray for wisdom to distinguish and recognize their difference and be able to act accordingly.
When it comes to finances, one needs to learn how to work smarter with their money, it is best to have your money work hard for you, instead of you working hard for your money.
Personally I prefer work smarter, but sometimes harder work is the only solution and I don't wish for life to be easier I wish to be stronger. I find that gives me the insentive I need.
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