Personal Finance Myth #40

Believing working harder means more money is a myth | Vrid
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Working harder means more money

While hard work is important, it’s not the only factor determining how much you earn. Other factors, such as your skills, experience, education, and even luck, play a role in determining your income. 

Logging in extra hard-working hours doesn’t always lead to more money. In fact, overworking can lead to exhaustion and less productivity. 

Some jobs pay more than others, regardless of how hard you work. So, having a balance between smart and hard work might lead you to greater success and financial rewards.

Some time back, we discussed how you can create multiple active and passive income streams to earn more. Check it out here.

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