Here’s one of my favorite maths:
We run with our chores everyday with so much focus(?) that we tend to forget the ground rules of life.
Hard work always pays.
But then some say smart work beats that.
Agreed, but these phrases cannot be ‘blanket’ applied on everything in life.
Some demand hard and deep work, while the other needs smartness. The real ‘smartness’ lies in finding the difference and necessity for efforts.
This poster is a reminder that when we work more than what we can in tiny bits every day, consistently, the result is something that goes off the charts.
Books I recommend on these thoughts:
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