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    working hard or smart is best?

    hi i have an interesting question, is working hard or working smart any kind of job is better. any answer for this question.

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    Smart obviously. Efficiency maximises the potential income you can earn per hour and TIME is the one thing we can't make more of.

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    50% smarts, 40% hard, 10% luck. The way I look at it is if you are smart at SEO and link building you are SMART, you basically know your stuff, so then the only way to go from there is 100% hard!

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    nice to see comments, more experts comments will be appreciated

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    working hard for me, it means if you work hard you will learn patiently what supposed to be needed and you become smart...

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    Working smart is better than working hard. It would be better that in everything you do you work smart on it rather that hard that will end up nothing because you don't even analyze what you are doing.

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    If you want to start generating a passive income then working smart is the only way to do it. You can work as hard as you want, but if you aren't focusing your energy in the right direction then you are leaving money on the table.

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    I may prefer from a paid. Everybody will like smart but if the paid is less it is worthless.

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    I would say working smart is better because you make more money plus you save time. Working smart saves you time because working smart is working efficiently.
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    work smart & hard thats the right combination, if you smart but doesn't put enough effort to make your dream some true, then you can forget it..

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    Would you rather work really really really hard and do it all wrong and get nowhere or work smart and do it right the first time?

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    I think Working efficient is the best

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    Duh SMART! I mean if you arn't smart, then you'll end up flipping burgers at a fast food joint.

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    Well to succes you must simply start with working hard and simply ... this is the way to go theres no other way around ...

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    In work, time is very necessary so why start working hard without thinking of the outcome?. A person should use his brain first and think before doing any action or he'll end up losing.

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    For best outcome it should be the combination of both, your working so hard because there are a lot things that coming into your mind.

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    For me, its working smart!.. You'll have less physical work if your working smart.

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    smart work is better and best then hard work

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    I think you have to do both. But if you can manage to work smarter without working harder than that is the way to go.

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    You need both ! If you work smart but you are too lazy it's nothing. Working hard and working smart is a must to be successful.

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    I think you need to work hard first in order to be able to work smart. Once you've worked very hard on something, only then you realise and think about how you can optimize your working habits. It's a process, and not a particularly short one. The optimal goal is, obviously, to work smart, but that doesn't exclude hard work. On the contrary.
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    You don't have to work hard to get things done,
    working smart means you find and know the
    easiest way to do it so you don't have to work hard.
    (and become a mindless grunt worker )

    no offence to anyone.

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    I think it is important to work smart but if you don't work hard, you won't go far in life.

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    working smart is best

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    I think both plays an important role in ones success.If u work hard only sumtimes people might not give u importance so with that u should also be smart n use ur talent effectively where needed.For some, smartness only works out but its very rare if u r lucky enough.


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