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    Does it mean the same thing? Or are they two different variables? Should we start saying work smart in all aspects? Instead of the traditional 'work hard'? If they're not the same thing to you, do you think you need a balance of both to be successful?

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    (Original post by ColossalAtom)
    Does it mean the same thing? Or are they two different variables? Should we start saying work smart in all aspects? Instead of the traditional 'work hard'? If they're not the same thing to you, do you think you need a balance of both to be successful?

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    Who cares. Do your job and do what needs to be done. Achieve what you want to achieve.

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    Who cares. Do your job and do what needs to be done. Achieve what you want to achieve.

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    Would you say you worked hard or smart for your A-levels?
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    Would you say you worked hard or smart for your A-levels?
    Both.
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    Work smart > work hard

    People who blindly do hard work without even thinking about ways to make it more efficient, people who do additional work unnecessarily (especially those who complain about it) because 'work hard', irritate me.
 
 
 
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