Work It. Make It. Do It. Makes Us
Harder. Better. Faster. Stronger.
Work it harder, make it better,
Do it faster, makes us stronger
More than ever hour after
Our work is never over
But what if this belief is false? What if working harder, instead of making my results happen faster, just contributes to burn out?
Does turning the thermostat all the way up make the room heat up faster? So why would just “working harder” accelerate success?
My realization is that I should “work smarter”: find the right level of effort that yields the best results. And take care of myself better so I can build a stronger personal foundation to support results that last longer.
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