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Working Hard vs. Working Intelligently (via Alex Zorach’s Blog)

Posted in Uncategorized by Ashley Franklin on October 27, 2010

This is my first re-blog. The writer brings up many excellent points about how working intelligently beats working hard when you look at the end results. His tips may greatly improve my work ethic, and maybe they can help you too.

Working Hard vs. Working Intelligently I once enrolled in a tennis camp, run by a character named Jim Phipps.  The camp came with t-shirts that had a clear message in bold lettering: There is no substitute for hard work. This statement, a quote of the famous inventor Thomas Edison, is particularly encouraging to believe in when you are working hard.  In the context of a tennis camp, it's almost an ideal slogan.  It's a good motivator when you are starting to get tired or bored and you … Read More

via Alex Zorach's Blog

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  1. zorach said,

    Thanks! I’m glad you found this post valuable!

  2. waliiy01 said,

    4 word summary……Work Smarter not Harder…..


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