Good morning to one and all present here. Today, I will be giving a short speech on the topic of ‘Hard Work vs Smart Work’.
Hark work is often misconstrued to be smart work. This is not so. While hard work does have its merits, smark work is observed to prove better results.
Hard work refers to a more hands-on approach to things. Smart work, whereas, puts the brain to good use. In many cases, smart work is more beneficial and it saves time while still being productive. Again, it is also seen to cut down costs by employing creativity, unlike hard work.
Again, it can be noted that given its methods, the focus of hard work tends to lean towards the quantity of the work. However, smart work involves paying equal weightage to both the quantity and the quality of the work produced, making it that much better.
Thus, while hard work is effective, smart work is both effective and efficient.