This I Believe
This I believe… Hard work always pays off.
No matter what you do or when you do it, hard work always pays off in the end. Hard work is what we have to do if we plan on going or doing anything in this life. We cannot sit back and take it easy all the time, we have to get out there and work for what we want. When we have to put forth hard work then you know the rewards will be that much greater. I’m here to tell you that hard work always pays off in the end. Hard work is what you have to do if you want to achieve the rewards from the effort you put forth.
"One percent inspiration, 99 percent perspiration"?Edison's definition of genius has often been quoted to define success as well. Even before Edison, the rigors of success were described by painter Michelangelo thus: "If people knew how hard I had to work to gain my mastery, it wouldn't seem wonderful at all." Achieving success is almost like finding God?the destination is the same, but the roads are as varied as the seekers. All you need to do is choose your path. Success literature going back hundreds of years espouses the benefits of hard work. But why is it that some people seem to feel that “hard work” is a dirty word nowadays?
I define “hard work” as work that is challenging. Both hard work and “working hard” (i.e. putting in the time required to get the job done) are required for success. A problem occurs when people think of challenging work as painful or uncomfortable. Does challenging work necessarily have to be painful? No, of course not. In fact, a major key to success is to learn to enjoy challenging work AND to enjoy working hard at it.
Hard work is the key to success. Nothing can be achieved without hard work. Work, work, ever work, is a great panacea. Edison worked for twenty-one hours a day. He slept only for two or three hours on the laboratory tables with his books as his pillow. Our beloved Prime Minister late Pt. Nehru, worked for seventeen hours a day and...
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