A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from August 16, 2018
“If you can tell the difference between work and play, you aren’t doing one of them right”

"If you can tell the difference between work and play, you aren’t doing one of them right” is a saying from advisor, speaker, publisher, author and marketing strategist Warren Whitlock. The saying means that work and play should be merged, and that one should have pleasure in one’s work.

“If you can tell the difference between work and play - you are NOT doing one of them right!—@WarrenWhitlock” was posted on Twitter on August 22, 2008.


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“If you can tell the difference between work and play, you aren’t doing one of them right” - Warren Whitlock

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Roz Fruchtman
@rozfruchtman
If you can tell the difference between work and play - you are NOT doing one of them right!—@WarrenWhitlock
10:38 PM - 22 Aug 2008

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Sharon McPherson
@SharonMcP
“If you can tell the difference between work and play, you’re not doing one of them right” - @WarrenWhitlock http://www.TwitCastRadio.com
10:38 PM - 22 Aug 2008

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Warren Whitlock
@WarrenWhitlock
the quote is “If you can tell the difference between work and play.. you aren’t doing one of them right”
11:05 PM - 29 Aug 2008

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Warren Whitlock
@WarrenWhitlock
If you can tell the difference between work and play, you aren’t doing one of them right
11:29 PM - 25 Dec 2016

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Abby Parr
@AbbyGutenTag
“If you can tell the difference between work and play, you are doing something wrong.”
This left me speechless. 🙊
#SMDayICT @joelcomm
2:39 PM - 27 Jun 2018

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityWork/Businesses • Thursday, August 16, 2018 • Permalink