[FoRK] Chart of the Day...
Ken Ganshirt @ Yahoo
ken_ganshirt at yahoo.ca
Mon Jun 7 15:36:20 PDT 2010
--- On Mon, 6/7/10, owen at permafrost.net <owen at permafrost.net> wrote:
> My train of thought went something like this in my younger days - Basically
> up to the age of ~ 30 I had routinely scored high enough in school and aptitude
> tests (without a lot of effort) that I felt I would just breeze through the rest
> of life with the same amount of effort. Around 30ish I got sick of working for
> people who seemed like bozos, and that the obvious difference between them and me
> was that they worked _harder_. The obvious solution was for me to work harder. Still
> waiting for it to actually work, though.
You are clearly still not paying attention. You work for them instead of the other way around because they are doing something different and/or differently than you are. Sure, they may be working harder but that's not usually the difference (unless you are truly a slacker).
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