Work hard, and you will earn good rewards.
Work smart, and you will earn great rewards.
Work hard and work smart, and you will earn extraordinary rewards.
― Matshona Dhliwayo

There will always be a battle in our heads and in the society regarding what we choose, the choice that we make, shall be, and will be judged by many around you. Here in Hampi, as I am walking down the muddy streets, I come across these two beautiful rickshaws. One, the modern auto rickshaw, with a meter that will never be used because the driver gets to decide the fare and he quotes the price as he pleases, if you negotiate, he may decline, or he may just offer something slightly lesser than his original price. However, this is not the same with the one manually riding the rickshaw, barely a roof to protect you from the harsh sunlight, you will be amazed how low the price for the ride would be and in fact you may just give the rider a little extra for helping you out.

One works hard, while the other works smart. The choice is yours.

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