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Working Smart

"I like to work smart, not hard."

I've used that phrase many times during conversations I've had about the merits of working hard, but it has sometimes been misinterpreted; "I like to work smart" doesn't mean I believe working hard is a bad thing or that I don't like to do it, and anyone who's ever worked with me can attest to the fact that I work very hard to accomplish my objectives.

I've simply always thought working smart means taking the time to understand what you need to do (and the best way to do it) before you start working hard.