hard work is better than smart work
August 22, 2015 12:08pm CST
hard work gives u result after long time duration and the result will be permanent while smart work gives result after short time but the result will be temporary and not long lasting.hard work gives complete satisfaction and smart work gives pleasure for some instance.
• United States
22 Aug 15
@shakilabano I don't think you are getting my point. If you have to dig a hole 10 feet deep and they want it done in one day. If you work hard with a shovel it will take you days or weeks - but it you use a backhoe it will be done in a finished in one day - work smart, not hard.
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• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
27 Aug 15
Many will disagree ... mostly because 'hard work' wears you out. But I think you mean 'consistent work' is better than 'a one-time effort.' A lot of movie-star actors could quit after one movie and live off of their payment from it, but they aren't considered "successful actors" unless they appear in many-many more films/shows. But they work 'smart' in that they only have to "perform each film" once ... maybe they re-do scenes again-and-again, but--when the film's final-reel is produced--the actors only have to 'appear' at "press junkets" and "premieres" etc. The 'consistent' (or what you're calling 'hard') workers then go on to do a lot more films--going on to writing & directing & producing--and EACH of those films is smart work.