Not so sure about this...watch out for the little tortoise you dismiss - he's approaching, doing enough each day. The hares can only do so much.
Working smart is much more important than working hard.
Your health is more important.
There is some advice that I was given and I find it useful daily...
"Your greatest competition in life is those who are willing to work harder than you!!!"
everyone dies at the end no matter how good your health is. So if you like domaining then work hard at that. same with everything else. if you wanna become an actor or athlete than you also have to work hard at those. noone becomes good at something by worrying about the consequences to their health. just go and do it if you enjoy it.
I think you need to do a bit of both. I like to work had and smart during the working week Monday - Friday and my best effort. In the weekends I spend time with family and friends and enjoy life as it keeps the balance.
It's rewarding and enjoyable over the weekends when you know you have done your best during the week.
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Believe you me, I am enjoying myself! If you don't look after your health, you die quicker. And don't misunderstand me, I do believe also in hard work...just not dyin' tryin'
NO, and that is likely the difference between a hobby and a career.
So true, thanks Ali.
Thanks for Sharing..
WORK HARD -» PLAY HARD -» ... and be SMART
This is a game, so better learn the rules.
Surround yourself with people that already did it.
Those words will never put down a Winner. It inspires the Winner..!
It is all about the mindset and purpose when you get into this journey.
There is no shortcut for success and wealth, if this is what you want.
I have to say I completely disagree with the mindset and emphasis here.
Hard work has it's place and time, don't get me wrong, however imo in the domain business it's more important to work smart, not hard.
If you work too hard, you will run into serious health difficulties, both physical and possibly mental. So what if you own every domain in the entire world? You'll have to kiss goodbye to them eventually.
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