Hard-working is where someone’s determination outweighs the expectation of oneself. It occurs when one’s focus is so extreme to a particular act that there is no exception to succeed. Hard-working people are individuals who have goals that are set high and expect to reach those high goals. The goals for a hard-working person are also set to a high extreme knowing that their hard work will bring them to the glory on top.
Hard-working is not work that is suppose to be work that is to impress someone but rather work that is done for yourself. It is not what is suppose to be expected from you but what is suppose to be unexpected to the people who you are surrounded by. Hard work is not a simple task but a difficult challenge that will be awarded at the end of the journey. Hard work is not done for the glory that is supposed to be received by people on top but for the satisfaction of the work that you have done.
This word of hard-working came to me when I first picked up the game of golf about 18 months ago. At first, I was really bad and could not hit a ball straight to save my life but just the game kept bringing me back. When I first began, I started shooting in the range of 100 to 110 but at some point something called hard work drove my scores in the other direction. I began to go out to the driving range about 4 or 5 times a week to hit golf balls until the blisters on hands began to bleed again. Also I began to take some lessons with a pro, who could help me fix the flaws that I had in my swing. A few weeks after that I began to shoot in the 90s, soon after that I went into the 80s. And now after all those months of hard work, has brought me to a 8 handicap in about 18 months. This is also very rare to find that a person can shoot in the 70s after a year and a half of golf.
Hard work is not for the fame upon the attempt you are doing your hard work for....