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Question: Difference between hard work and smart work?
Answer: Hard work is the idea we are implementing that we have inherited through what we have learnt but smart work is where we use our out of box skills.
Question: Difference between hard work and smart work?
Hard work is the idea we are implementing that we have inherited through what we have learnt but smart work is where we use our out of box skills. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: rajpreethi | Date: 3/1/2008 | Contact rajpreethi
Hard Working :- Hard Working comprise skills which are accomplished through physical capabilities
Hardwork means when u dont use your brain & do the work in the traditional way as all hav done earlier putting all your efforts whereas smartwork includes creative approach ,some initial study over the work assigned,using new ideas or may be some shortcuts &achieving your goals. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: priyanka | Date: 4/8/2008 | Contact priyanka
Hardwork :without thinking new ideas continue the work with old ideas
hardwork to me is interpreting everything step by step as it is told to you with out being creative.as smart working is gathering all info of tasks needed to be done and using your creative mind to process an approach to have the job done at a shorter time. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: gibbb gann | Date: 3/10/2009 | Contact gibbb gann
hard work done with phical capability and smart work done with skills. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: ajay kumar sharma | Date: 4/1/2009 | Contact ajay kumar sharma
Hard work mean dedication and smart work mean dedication with inner intelligence Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: Neelam Ranjan | Date: 6/6/2009 | Contact Neelam Ranjan
the difference is nothing but the effort which we put in to accomplish the task. The abscense of physical effort is the main advantage of doing a smart work. Also the amount of work which we do by smart work is always way ahead than doing hark work... Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: prakash | Date: 6/13/2009 | Contact prakash
1.Hard work is the conventional way of performing a task which includes both physical as well as mental strain
Hard Work never fails. The more harder u work the more luck u get. Requires lot of physical activity
Hardwork means working but not getting desired output and Smartwork means working with some logic and skills to get best output. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: madhur mandhan | Date: 9/16/2009 | Contact madhur mandhan
In hardworking, the person have the capacity work hard even if he is not capable for it. At this time he is ready to work to achieve his target with inadequate knowledge. But in smartworking, person apply his own skill which can help the organization to progress & feel the person unique for his abilities. These are my thoughts.... Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: priya | Date: 9/25/2009 | Contact priya
Hard Working:- It is the way in which I can give my max. effort to achieve my predetermined goal.
Hardwork :- WORKING AS ALPABETICAL ORDER A to Z (STEP BY STEP)
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Smart work is to know from where and how to get the work done rather than doing all the work. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: Chaitanya | Date: 12/18/2009 | Contact Chaitanya
Hardwork is physical work that do not use any new thing but smart working we should use mind & new idias. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: anupam rani | Date: 1/4/2010 | Contact anupam rani
Hard work is the hidden form of work on the other hand smart work is that type of work where we apply both internal mentality and techniques to achive accomplishment. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: mushtaq ahmad | Date: 3/15/2010 | Contact mushtaq ahmad
in my opinion hard is when we apply our full efforts and our full energy in our work whereas when we use our energy and when we apply our efforts on the right time on the right place is known as smart work. in smart work we wait for the right time to use our efforts in the right way but in hard work we dont think this... we think that every time is right. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: kirti | Date: 6/14/2010 | Contact kirti
take an example..using small buckets to harvest rain water is HARD WORK,as it comprises more effort and time..
hard work is more based on mechanical word
hard work is more based on mechanical word
hard is mainly mechanical activity
First we have to love the work what we do. Doing the work with love is said to be smart work. Doing the work without love is said to be Hard work.
In simple words Hard work is to go at the top storey with the help of stairs and smart work is with the help of lift. Lift can't work at the failure of electricity but stairs will always be workable. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: Mohita Sharma | Date: 7/26/2010 | Contact Mohita Sharma
Smart work means saving Money Energy and time and working with new idea and other that working with this all thats means hard work Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: Shashikant Barapatre | Date: 7/28/2010 | Contact Shashikant Barapatre
getting a job done is smart work
hard work is time taking work and the smart work is the time saving work Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: rahul | Date: 8/17/2010 | Contact rahul
Learning from your own mistakes and performing a job/task is attributed to hard work while Learning from others' mistakes and seek perfection with less effort can be referred to smart work. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: Swamy k | Date: 8/28/2010 | Contact Swamy k
IN SHORT,HARD WORK IS A LABOUR WORK AND SMART WORK IS A MACHINE WORK. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: PRADEEP.S.KARKERA | Date: 9/3/2010 | Contact PRADEEP.S.KARKERA
according to the type of work the activities differs.for example. if you take agricultural work their smart and hard work is very necessary.whatever may be the activities you r doing smart work is very effective than hard working.in smart works mental health will be defined. Source: CoolInterview.comAnswered by: loganathan | Date: 9/3/2010 | Contact loganathan
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