How appropriate is it to judge one's hard work by the results?
Should results alone be the decisive factor in assessing the effort put into the task? What are the other aspects that one must consider forms the topic of this forum discussion.
It is natural that when a person makes a goal, then he/she also applies all his/her efforts to achieve it and does not stop until he/she achieves the goal or success. Such people create an image in the society from which it is understood that after working hard, there is definitely a desired result. But sometimes some people work hard and unfortunately do not get the result they want and sometimes due to circumstances or some compulsions of life, people have to give up their goals.
People often ignore the hard work of such people. I would like to mention a very common example here, for those candidates who work hard day and night to prepare for the government job examination, but some are selected and some are unable to get the selection. In this situation, hard work is done by both types of people at their level, but if the results are not equal, is it appropriate to deny one's hard work by its result. What do you think about this?