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Effectiveness > Efficiency
Imagine you have a beautiful garden that needs tending. You could spend hours trimming every blade of grass with a pair of scissors, meticulously ensuring each one is the perfect length—a highly efficient approach. Alternatively, you could use a lawnmower to quickly cut the grass—still efficient, but less time-consuming. However, if the real objective is to create a stunning garden, effectiveness lies in designing the landscape, selecting the right plants, and nurturing them with care. In this case, the focus shifts from efficiency to effectiveness, resulting in a garden that flourishes and brings joy.