Reno Omokri has attested that working hard doesn’t ensure that one will get well off.
As indicated by the writer, what genuinely acquires wealth is working smart and not the alternate path round.
He further noticed that the term ‘hard work was imagined by the tip-top to deceive the functioning working class.
Citing a Bible Scripture, Omokri said poverty should persuade individuals to work smartly to avoid the reality of inadequate resources.
In the most natural-sounding way for him;
“Hard work does not bring wealth. That is a myth the upper class sold the working class to suppress them. So, what brings wealth? Smart work, not hard work. The smarter you work, the wealthier you get. The harder you work, the unhealthier you get.
Even Scripture says “If the ax is dull and its edge unsharpened, more strength is needed, but skill will bring success”-Ecclesiastes 10:10.
“So, even if you are poor and people mock you over your poverty, don’t feel bad. Instead, let their mockery motivate you to work smart and succeed until you get to the point where you are so successful that your workers earn more than your mockers!”