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Society rewards effectiveness and not hardwork.

Society doesn't reward hardwork but it rewards effectiveness. It rewards those who can get from Point A to Point B—that’s it.

For example we don’t care how long Apple takes, or how hard they work, to create a new phone.we only care if it works.If Apple creates their iPhones using a magical genie lamp, without using any effort at all,we’d still pay the full price for it.We’d still reward them.

If Apple takes ten years to make a phone expending lots of effort and working really hard—but the phone doesn’t work, we won’t pay a dime for it.In other words, we won’t reward them.

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Anyone can learn to work effectively, through practice.

If someone doesn’t work at all, if they sit on the couch all day, doing something is better than doing nothing.But that’s because doing something is often more effective than doing nothing.

Someone who learns to work effectively learns to be the captain of their ship.They learn how to steer their life in any direction they choose.They know how to row to their destinations and bring others along with them.

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