Saturday, 13 May 2017

THE BUSINESS IN YOU WEEKLY: You Need to Work Hard, too!


Dear #IYBlog readers, good evening and welcome to Business in You Weekly! I hope you are enjoying the weekend?.... 

On the Business in You for the week, we are going to discuss the importance of also working hard, to ensure that you succeed in your chosen career or business.


In the old Industrial Age, we learnt that people were paid higher for working harder but in the current Information Age, it is said that those who work smarter earn higher. 

Is it really true? What does it mean to work smart? Can you really work smart without working hard? For me, I don’t think it is possible and that’s why I am bringing out for our discussion in this series.

I have taken time to observe those who work smart, so to say… they seem to even work harder than we expect! They go through sleepless nights developing and designing solutions to the problems of the society. They hardly remember to eat all day, just because they are deeply engrossed in the ideas tumbling in their heads.

My dear, success doesn’t come to lazy people. In politics, they say, “power is not given but taken”. That’s exactly what happens on the road to success, you must work hard and smart at the same time.

I am sure, someone is getting the message that I am trying to pass across. Do you think there are people who work smart without working hard? Maybe, there are some people out there, so let’s hear your stories. Let the discussions begin…

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Many thanks for your time and good night!

I am youthscarely yours,
Remy Chukwunyere

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