We must respect our work and deal justly. In order to perform best one must have work ethic. Having a belief that work has intrinsic value, one must be accountable and responsible for the work one does. This belief is what work ethic advocates a person to cultivate a positive attitude within. Regardless of the context, work ethic is usually associated with people who work hard and do a good job.

Traditionally work ethics is defined as a value related to hard work and diligence. To create wealth to elite, the working classes are made to work harder, dishonoring the work ethics by not valuating the hard work. Fact is that, it’s not true that working more means producing more or even that more production leads to a better life… this is, of course, not to be confused with quality productivity. Now, what the modern term changed from being working hard to working smart.

Our work ethics can be utilized to find latest tools and technology to work smarter rather than harder. Prioritize work; be productive in order to provide quality work within a less span of time.

About the Author Bandi Fouziya

Hi, I am a VBA Developer, working on automating office apps. I have 16+ years of experience in developing visual basic applications for the clients around the globe. I have worked on many complex projects of which are: 1. Creating Interactive Dashboards 2. Bulk web Data Scraping 3. Automating web app task from Excel through API integration with VBA 4. Mailchimp Automation 5. Real Time Indicators Statistical Analysis 6. Access database application development - multi user platform with sql server as backend 7. Statistical Analysis using R and R shiny apps through VBA and many more. I am passionate in learning new tools and techniques and would love to share with you all. Join in hand to learn smart tools. Apply in your life and be more productive. Check out my profile on Upwork: https://www.upwork.com/freelancers/~01f0ac790f1b3265ff

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