[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. 
> Owen

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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