work smarter, not harder

work smarter, not harder

A business axiom that prioritizes efficiency above all else. Before we begin coding, let's think if we can reuse any of the old code. Work smarter, not harder, right?
See also: hard, not, work
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Work smarter, not harder Working smarter means prioritising your work, concentrating on the tasks that will make a real difference.
Our consumers are sophisticated and expect their appliances to work smarter, not harder.
The key to productivity, says Work Smarter, Not Harder productivity program creator Carson Tate, is learning to anchor the possibility of this moment in the forefront of your mind.
Work smarter, not harder, and beat them at their own game if you have to, and NEVER be afraid to delegate an issue UPWARDS.
With money tight as always and staff short as ever, it's essential to work smarter, not harder.
This means business owners need to work smarter, not harder, which entails helping people find more intelligent ways to work.
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Hallowell, who coined the term oattention-deficit traito (ADT) more than 20 years ago, shows how to focus and be more productive in the workplace, how to work smarter, not harder.
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A prevailing theme that we adopted on this year's trip was: work smarter, not harder.
Successful entrepreneurs wholeheartedly embrace healthy living: They work smarter, not harder.
A hosted communications system is purpose-built to help your organization work smarter, not harder.
Experts are now considering "big picture" questions--called social determinants of health--into their efforts to make the health care system work smarter, not harder, for all people.
But some of Plymouth Rock's most successful independent agents have developed easy--yet effective-ways to help agencies big and small break out of the rut, operate more efficiently and work smarter, not harder.