Great idea but where's the
She left a job because she did not admire her boss and her boss did not admire her. But the unadmirable boss gave good advice.
"I now ask myself, whenever I find work taking over,
I'm working hard, but am I working smart?"
I've learned to stop doing just to do and to ask first if there's another, more efficient--smarter--way something can be done.
This maxim always sounds great but I'll need a dozen
examples to see how it works in reality.
Jory doesn't give any examples.
She just says that she was working extra-hard to please an unpleasable boss.
Any examples of working less but smarter in Recruiting?
I've emailed Jory for a comment. And, she says she's ready to fight (see below).