Work Hard At Working Smarter

Ok…. Now I’m pissed … What’s does the sign say above this Mercedes..???????

She also tells the stories of her two grandfathers and three of her wealthy friends, who all started at the bottom and worked their way to the top. One grandfather, James Nicholas, started cleaning stables and launched a transportation company. Another granddad built a sheep station with 25,000 sheep.

Her pal Michael Kailis came from a poor Greek immigrant family and became Australia’s crawfish king. Friend Jack Cowin borrowed from friends to found the Hungry Jack burger chain, and is now the country’s “king of fries.”

James-launched a transportation company.

Other grandfather-built a sheep station.

Michael-started a small rock lobster business.

Jack-founded the Hungry Jack burger chain.

What do these people have in common?

An entrepreneurial spirit!!!

Har-old, you don’t need me to remind you, you won’t get rich working for someone else because it’s already in you:

Many Gemini are entrepreneurs because clocking into a regular job will just wear them out.

Being limited by someone else telling Gemini how much money they can make (a paycheck) does not rhyme with their spirit.

What is “working hard?”

Using your body!

What is working smart?

Using your mind!

Again. I don’t have to remind you of this because it’s already in you:

Gemini loves mind games.

Would you rather move mountains with your body or move ’em with your mind?

Why did you fall in love with what Gina Rinehart said instead of get heated by her comments?

Because you are money conscious!

Restless.

I tried giving you freedom to roam but it looks like I need to hold your hand.

Which means …

Instead of being behind me you will be by my side.

It’s time to be Siamese!

FY,

Har+new

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2 thoughts on “Work Hard At Working Smarter”

  1. I have to constantly remind myself to work smarter. I have felt that I am definitely “working hard at working smarter.”

    The frustrations of knowing your brain can achieve so much more without physically weighing you down isn’t just a concept, it’s truth! We have to remember this principle always… for I believe it to be the answer. It’s just too bad the question can be so hard to figure out most of the time!

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  2. Hey Harnew! Long time no talk! I wanted to let you know I’m currently writing a book, and it’s almost ready for publishing. (I’m Self-Publishing first) and then maybe it will get picked up, either way I’ve accomplished a long time goal! I hope you’re days are wonderful!

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