This is something that I really like

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It’s about how you approach your work.

People around me always think that working harder, faster, better will bear more benefits.

I beg to differ.

I like to achieve efficiency at work. Spending less time with fewer resources to achieve bigger and better results.

Some productivity people said this as:

Working Smarter Not Harder

I also agree with them.

You can choose either to work 3 times a day and get $10.000 a month in return, or work once a day and get the same amount each month by using more of your thinking capacity.

I rather choose the latter.

Doing menial jobs is easy, but they take up more of your time.

Doing jobs that require thinking is difficult. But it certainly paid well. You need to learn the know-how to get it, but it is worth the effort.

Then again, it’s just my excuse to invest my time learning rather than spending my time doing low-income jobs.

It’s definitely a worthy investment.

If you agree with me, a clap and follow would be very appreciated.

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A Creative Director Wannabe | Learner for Life | Copy and Visual Design Enthusiast | Writing (Mostly) about Self Awareness and Improvement

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A Creative Director Wannabe | Learner for Life | Copy and Visual Design Enthusiast | Writing (Mostly) about Self Awareness and Improvement

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