Charge up your Self - Short Stories

Now a day, Everyone want to be Successful and everybody knows that "there is no Alternative to Hardwork", and most of you are ready to do the Hardwork but are you putting up your efforts Smartly.
Read the Story of Young Wood Cutter and Old Experienced Folks:

Once there were a group of man – a young hot-blooded guy and a big number of old folks, doing timber job in a jungle (i.e. chopping down trees).

This young chap is very hard working. He always continues to work through his break time and complains that those old folks were wasting time, having to break few times a day to drink and chat.

As times goes by, this young guy noticed that even though he worked through break time and hardly took a rest… those old folks are chopping the same amount of trees as he did and sometimes did more than he
did. It was as if those old folks work through the break time as he did. So he decided to work harder the next day…unfortunately the results were even worse.

One day, one of the old folk invited him for a drink during their break time. That young guy refused and said he has no extra time to spend! Then the old man smiled to him and said “It was just a waste of effort
to keep chopping trees without re-sharpening your knife. Sooner or later you will give up or be so exhausted as you have spent too much energy.” Suddenly the young man realized that actually during break
times while those old folks were having a chat, they were also re-sharpening their knife at the same time! And that’s how they can chop faster than him and yet spending lesser time! The old man said “What
we need is efficiency by making use of our skill and ability intelligently. Only then can we have more times to do other things. Otherwise you will always keep saying … I have no time!”

Moral -
By taking a short break during work, it would make you feel fresher,
think well and work better after the break.

Abraham Lincoln once said that "Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe."