I am bothered that there are some people out there who are more concerned about the quantity (i.e. number) rather than the quality. If you produce an x amount or spent an x amount of hours, but the quality of work and products are poor, then why bother?
For example, as a student, you can spend a lot of hours studying, but not earn the grade you want. Why? During those hours you count as studying, you may be watching TV or be on one of those social media sites. If not for those reasons, it may be that you passively studied–flipping through lecture notes and textbook without engaging and extracting key components of material. You can complain that you spent x amount of hours, but were those quality hours?
The point is to focus on the quality. I am not telling you to be constantly obsessed with every single detail and seek perfection. There is not a problem with paying attention to the details, but you want to use your limited time efficiently. With the work that you do, do not be careless. Make your time and efforts count.
If any of you readers have any school-related or life-related questions, please let me know!
Until next time, make good choices and live a healthy lifestyle.