Kaboing! Chapter Eight | Lumberjack

Dr. Chuback and Chris discuss the necessity of having the right tools to complete the task and how you wouldn’t chop down a tree with a sledgehammer. A lumberjack spends time sharpening his or her ax so that they can complete their task a lot more efficiently. There is no substitute for hard work as hard work is required to chop down a tree regardless of the sharpness of the ax in hand.
The thing to remember is that hard work combined with the right preparation will always carry you through to the next task more productively. Being prepared is always the best way to be, this leads back to the adage of staying out of trouble or the necessity of getting out of trouble.

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