2 Answer(s) for 'Differentiate between smart work and hard work?'

Sir the difference between hard work and smart work is based on how we approach our tasks. Hard work would mean spending long hours to complete work without any shortcuts. It ensures results but the process is long and stressful we all know that. Smart work would be aiming for the same results but with planning and prioritization of the tasks. As sir in my early days, I used to write codes with more future reusability that I can use further in my projects and assignments which helps me to spend much less time than usual. But combination of both has guaranteed me the best possible results anyways.

Answer by Shubh Pachori, on July 25, 2022

This is the question that is not only a question but holds a very strong answer and Message in itself.

Any Work is important until it is completed on time! And to make it complete on time you must have good plans.

For me: Smart work is what you always need to do with a hard-work and vise-a-versa. Smart work makes your mind more active and flexible which helps you to find short or smart ways to deal with any situation after knowing so many paths you choose the correct path smart work.

Hard work is what needs determination and strong work.

Now let me explain to you the correlation between both:

For eg: you find 4 roads with your hard work which can drop you to your destiny and all of them are right but you have to choose the correct path for yourself and then you go for anyone.

Choosing a path that is the best of the rest of the options is what your smart work is.

Smart is what always has options but it checks your brainwork.
And hard work is what when you know the way and you need to walk on that.

Answer by Muskan Bhadana, on July 25, 2022


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