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  • 2021-10-17埃隆马斯克:怎样比他人成就高10倍In five hundred years, we may look back and say,五百年后 当我们回首往事 可能会说 Elon Musk was the single most influential person of our entire century.埃隆·马斯克整个世纪最有影响力的人 He has been able to do more in his 46 years他在46年里达成的成就 than most of us could hope to do in ten lifetimes.是我们大多数人花十辈子都难以达成的 And yes, part of that is because当然 埃隆能取得这么大的成就 一方面是因为 Elon is incredibly smart and he works incredibly hard.他天资聪颖又刻苦努力 “And we were so hot up. “我们非常拼命 We had just one computer那时我们只有一台电脑 So the website was up during the day所以白天我运营网站 and I was coding at night晚上就敲代码 Uh, work hard, like, every waking hour清醒的每一刻都要努力工作 That’s the thing I would say这就是我能给你的 if you particular if you’re starting a company.”在你开始创业时的建议” But working 100 hours a week still only puts you即使你每周工作100小时 at two and a half times as much as the average employee.那也只是普通员工工作时长的2.5倍 And most geniuses do not make而且大多数天才并没有 the international impact that Elon has.埃隆那样的国际影响力 In fact, the man with the highest IQ in the world,事实上 世界上智商最高的人 Chris Langan, is a bouncer.是一位叫克里斯·兰根的保镖 So while smarts and work ethic are critical to Elon’s success.所以尽管智商和职业道德对埃隆的成功来说至关重要 In order to impact the world,但若想影响世界 you simply have to be able to influence other people.你只需要有能力去影响其他人 There’s no way around it.别无他法 That includes employees, investors and the public at large,这些人包括员工 投资者和公众 and Elon Musk is unique here.而埃隆·马斯克是独一无二的 Because on this channel, we can normally point因为在这方面 我们通常认为 to a leader’s ability to nail a public speech.成为领袖要具备公开演讲的能力 For instance, take the way比如 我们注意在下个片段中 that Steve Jobs controls silence in this next clip.史蒂夫·乔布斯演讲时对说话节奏的控制 “And we believe that in this world“我们相信 在这个世界上 people can change it for the better.人们可以把世界变得更好 And that those people who are crazy enough而那些疯狂到 to think that they could change the world认为自己能改变世界的人 are the ones that actually do.”的确能够改变世界” But Elon doesn’t have the same presentation ability as Jobs.但埃隆的演讲能力不及乔布斯 While he definitely has moments of wit and humor.埃隆尽管有时妙趣横生 He often stumbles over his words但他说话经常磕磕巴巴 or speaks without modulating his voice.或者说话时不注意控制语调 And he tends to use a lot of fillers like um and uh…还会用很多语气词 比如嗯 呃等 “It’s not because I wanted to.”“我不想这样的 “It’s because I couldn’t hire anyone.”只是我雇不到人 “Uhm, it nobody good would join.”呃 没有人才加入我们 “Uhm, so, uhm,呃 所以 嗯 I ended up being that by default, uhm, and…”最后就默认我来任职了 呃” None of this is meant as a criticism.我提这些不是为了批评他 It’s meant to point out how special it is只是想说这有多神奇 that Elon is actually more famous and more sought out事实上 埃隆比世上大多数外向的摇滚明星 than most extroverted rock stars on the planet.更出名 也更受追捧 Which is why, in this video, we’re going to break down这也是为什么我们要在此视频中探讨 what you can do to make that kind of impact on people.你们能做什么来给人们带来这种影响力 So that you can achieve ten times more than your peers.因为这样 你就能达到比同龄人多十倍的成就 And I will say though, brushing up on presentation skills不过我还是要说 磨砺演讲技巧 is still going to be important for most people.对大部分人而言依然很重要 So I’m going to link the helpful videos now所以现在你可以在视频边上的简介中 in the corner and in the description.看到相关视频的链接 First off, one thing that we just have to acknowledge首先 我们不得不承认 is how gifted and hardworking Elon is.埃隆是多么天赋异禀 刻苦工作 He was writing computer programs as a child他从小就学编程 and his work ethic has only improved since then.从那以后他的工作理念就不断提升 This next sentence is coming from a man下面这句话来自一位 with five children running three companies.扶养五个孩子 同时经营着三家公司的男人 ” I’m available 24/7 so as to help solve issues.”“有问题可以随时找我解决 and call me 3 a.m. or Sunday morning, I don’t care.”凌晨三点或周日早上给我打电话都没关系” But even all that brainpower and hard work但即使是这样刻苦的脑力劳动 isn’t enough to avoid failure.失败仍然难以避免 In fact the higher that you set your sights,事实上 你的目光越高远 the more likely you are to fail repeatedly along the way这一路上你越可能会不断失败 which means an absolutely critical component of high achievement这表明成就伟大事业的一个关键要素是 is dogged perseverance in the face of failure.面对失败时仍坚持不懈 And without a doubt Elon Musk has failed more spectacularly毫无疑问 埃隆·马斯克比屏幕前的各位 and at higher cost than anyone who will watch this video.经历过更为惨重的失败 也付出过更大的代价 Take SpaceX, the first three rockets at SpaceX以SpaceX为例 它的前三枚火箭 didn’t work as they had planned.并没有按计划成功发射 He burned through 100 million dollars of his own money埃隆自己的1亿美元就这么打了水漂 and was still going bankrupt.而且他还濒临破产 Or Tesla, when they IPO in 2010,再比如特斯拉在2010年上市时 Jim Cramer said this吉姆·克莱默曾经说过 “You don’t want to own this stock, you don’t want to waste it”“你们不会想持有该公司的股份 买它就是浪费钱 you shouldn’t even rent the darn thing.”你们甚至都不该租这种垃圾股 “I think Tesla will have the same trajectory as A123”在我看来特斯拉的股票曲线会跟A123一样 “which we told you it would have a great first day pop when it came public”即特斯拉股票行情在上市第一天非常好 but then it would be a dud afterwards.”但之后就会急剧下跌” In 2012, nearly 10 years after Tesla was founded,2012年 特斯拉成立快10年时 Mitt Romney who was running for president told the nation竞选美国总统的米特·罗姆尼向全国宣称 that Tesla was a loser.特斯拉是失败的产品 “Don’t forget, you put 90 billion dollars,”“别忘了 你投入了900亿美元 “like 50 years’ worth of brace in the solar and wind,”这钱都够用来维持太阳能和风能发电支架工作50年了 to Solyndra and Fisker and Tesla, I don’t want.”你却把它花在索林佐 菲斯克和特斯拉上 我可不会这样做 “I had a friend who said you don’t just pick the winners and losers,”我有个朋友说 你不是在挑选胜利者和失败者 you pick the losers.”你是直接选择了失败者” Have you ever spent five years of 100 hour weeks你是否曾为一件事连续5年每周工作100小时 and all of your money on something还投入了所有的积蓄 and then still had it not work?结果最后还是没有任何进展? Have you spent ten years on a project你是否在一个项目上花了十年的时间 and then still been publicly ridiculed as a dud?还被公开嘲笑为废物? And have you persevered in spite of all of that?你面对这些时 有做到坚持不懈吗? Most of us have not and would not.我们大多数人没有做过 也做不到 So where does Elon’s perseverance come from?那么埃隆的毅力从何而来? Well, it’s because business failure这是因为相比生意上的失败 would not bother him nearly as much as a failure完不成一些有挑战性 有价值 令人兴奋的事情 to do something challenging, worthwhile, and exciting.更令他烦躁 “And there need to be reasons to get up in the morning.”“每天早上都需要有起床的理由” “You know, life can’t just be about solving problems.”生活不能只是解决问题 “Otherwise, what’s the point?”否则 人生还有何意义? “There’s got to be things that people find inspiring”总有一些事能鼓舞人们 and make life worth living.”能让生活变得有意义” When Elon’s talking about problems here,埃隆在这里谈论的“问题” he means the daily things that occupy most of us是指占据大多数人生活的日常琐事 like getting by at work, earning more money,比如 工作勉强过活 多赚点钱 making sure that other people approve our decisions让他人认同我们的选择 Ask yourself, what has guided your decisions?扪心自问 究竟是什么引导了你的决定? Feeling financially comfortable,being widely respected,是为名为利 or doing something that inspires and excites you?还是为了做能鼓舞和激励你的事? There’s no wrong answers here无论答案是什么 都没有对错之分 but people who achieve at a high level但是对取得高成就的人而言 almost always view not doing something impactful不去做一些有影响力的事情 as a much bigger risk than financial or social failure.这样的风险甚于财务和社交失败 It’s not that they don’t care about those things.并不是说他们不在乎这些 It’s that not feeling like只是对他们来说 they are doing deeply meaningful work is far worse to them,不做有意义的工作会感觉更糟糕 which brings us to the second point, vision.这也就引出要讨论的第二点 愿景 Because without a clear vision for the future,如果对未来没有一个明确的愿景 it’s really hard to care more about inspiration我们更可能会忙于交房租和应付同龄人的批评 than paying your rent for instance or the criticism of your entire peer group.而不是把精力放在迸发灵感上 So here was Elon’s vision for SpaceX.埃隆对SpaceX有这样的愿景 “If you consider two futures,”“如果有两种未来 one where we are forever confined to Earth”一是我们一直待在地球上 until eventually something terrible happens,”直到地球毁灭” or another future where we are up there on many planets”二是 我们移居到更多的行星上 or maybe even going beyond the solar system.”甚至也可能去到太阳系之外 “Um, I think that second version is incredibly exciting and inspiring.”嗯 我认为后者相当令人兴奋 也很鼓舞人心” Interestingly this wasn’t always the vision for SpaceX有趣的是 尽管这是埃隆的终极目标 even though that was Elon’s end goal.但这并不全是SpaceX的愿景 He just wanted to inspire other people to pursue space travel他只想通过一个能激发想象力的火星小项目 by doing one smaller project on Mars that would spark their imaginations.来鼓舞其他人去探索太空旅行 “I came up with this small philanthropic mission“我想出了一项小型博爱项目 which would be to send a small green house to the surface of Mars”即我们将小型温室发射到火星表面上 which was called Mars Oasis, and, uhm”这叫做火星绿洲计划 呃” “Upon landing the seeds would be dehydrated nutrient gel种子就像脱水的营养凝胶 hydrate it upon landing and you have this little greenhouse”在着陆时给它补水 就会形成小温室 and then the money shot would be”然后投入的钱 in a green planets against a red background.”会使红色火星上绿意盎然” Regardless of the specifics,抛开细节 a leader must be able to paint a picture of a desirable future.领导者必须能勾勒出一个美好未来的蓝图 That’s what puts the “vision” in visionary这就是“愿景”的含义 and it’s how they persist through the inevitable setbacks这是他们在不可避免的挫折中坚持下来的方式 and it’s how they encourage other people in their organization to do the same.也是他们鼓励组织中的其他人也这样做的方式 That’s really what took us to the moon in the first place.这就是我们最初登上月球的原因 “We shall send to the moon,”我们将向距离 240,000 miles away from the control station in Houston,休斯敦控制站24万英里的月球发射一枚 a giant rocket more than 300 feet tall超过300英尺高的巨型火箭 on an untried mission to an unknown celestial body.”去未知天体执行一项未经试验的任务 “We choose to go to the moon in this decade”在这十年 我们选择登上月球 and do the other things”做一些其他的事情 “not because they are easy but because they are hard.”不是因为这很容易 恰是因为这很困难 So if you want to achieve, you need a vision.想要成功 就得有愿景 but how do you get a vision if you don’t have one?但若没有 怎么才能变得对未来有愿景呢? You start by exploring,you travel,你可以从探索开始 去旅行 you say yes to activities outside of your comfort zone,去做你舒适圈之外的事 and very importantly in my opinion, you read.还有我认为非常重要的就是要阅读 Because many of the most influential people in the world因为很多世界上最有影响力的人 point back to a specific book that shaped their vision.都读过一些养成他们对未来的愿景的书 Just listen to Elon talk about a book that he read as a kid.埃隆说他小时候读过一本书 “Like the foundation series from Asimov”比如阿西莫夫的《基地》系列 is a really… like, one of the best ever.”真的是有史以来最好的书籍之一 That book by the way is about a scientist who creates a foundation顺带一提 该书讲了一位科学家建造基地 for reducing human suffering and expanding human conciousness across the galaxy.来减少人类痛苦 开拓银河系的故事 Does it sound familiar?耳熟吗? Now books hold a special place in my heart读书在我心中有特殊地位 but your vision doesn’t have to come from reading.但要对未来有愿景并不限于阅读 It can come from watching movies or listening to podcasts,也可源于观影 听播客 playing sports, hiking in the woods,做运动 森林远足 spending times with people that you love.陪伴你爱的人 What’s important is that you would expand your sphere of influence重要的是 你要扩大自己的影响力范围 and frequently ask yourself,要不断问自己 “If I had a magic Genie and anything were possible“如果我有一个能实现任何事的魔仆 what would I like to create?”我会创造什么呢?” That kind of question helps you break through这个问题会让你突破许多人面临的 the yeah-but-it-would-never-work filter that so many people have.“心有余而力不足” 的屏障 And of course not everything you dream up is going to wind up working out当然 并不是所有你梦想的事最终都能实现 but almost every inspiring vision几乎每一个具有启发性的远见卓识 feels impossible in some way.都在某方面会让人觉得无法实现 Even mine for Charisma on Command甚至我自己的 “掌控魅力”网站 feel like a total pipe dream just a year before it became my reality.在成为现实的一年前 简直像是白日梦 So start with wild visions that get you excited所以先有让你兴奋疯狂的愿景吧 and only later ask yourself if they’re feasible.然后再考虑这一切是否可行 Elon actually uses a first principle analysis to determine this,实际上埃隆使用第一性原理来决定其可行性 but that is beyond the scope of this video.本视频就不探讨了 So look it up on Google if you’re curious for more.感兴趣的话可以去谷歌查询了解 Because there is one more element that I want to touch on here因为在这我想提及另一个 that really takes Elon Musk to the next level.真正让埃隆·马斯克更上一层楼的因素 In terms of what he’s able to achieve这能够从他所达到的成就 and how he’s able to influence others.以及他影响他人的方式中看出 And it’s that his visions aren’t just about him.那就是他的愿景不只关乎自己 There is no Musk Industries.埃隆没有用他的名字命名产业 Tesla is named after an inventor from the 1800’s.特斯拉这名字来自19世纪的一位发明家 The rocket from SpaceX is named after the Millennium FalconSpaceX的火箭以千年隼号命名 and the Boring Company, well, that’s just too silly play on words.还有“挖洞公司” 只是玩文字游戏 有点蠢蠢的 The point is that Elon doesn’t seem as concerned with his name as Tony Stark关键他似乎不像托尼·斯塔克那样在乎自己的名字 who he’s often compared to.两者经常被拿来作比较 Even more unique, Elon’ goal isn’t just for his businesses to win,更具独特性的是 其目标并不仅是事业的成功 of course, he would like that,当然 他也希望事业蒸蒸日上 but listen to how Elon Musk talks about GM competing with Tesla.但对特斯拉与通用汽车间的竞争 他解释道 “I think if GM comes to market with a compelling electric car that’s great”“我觉得 如果通用汽车能推出一款引人注目的电动汽车 那就太棒了 uhm, the goal of Tesla from the beginning has been to”呃 特斯拉从一开始的目标就是 accelerate the advent of sustainable transport”加速实现可持续交通发展 “so, uhm, I think””所以 呃 我想 “if GM or any other company comes out with””如果通用汽车或其他公司推出 “compelling electric cars that is good for the world”对世界有益 有竞争力的电动汽车 then we will applaud them.”那我们会为他们喝彩” In other words, Musk’s overarching vision for the future views humanity collectively.换言之 马斯克对未来的广阔愿景里包含了全人类 In the end, we’re all on the same team.毕竟 我们是命运共同体 That’s why in addition to just rooting for GM,这就是为什么他不仅支持通用汽车 he actually made Tesla’s patents public.还公开了特斯拉的专利内容的原因 Now obviously, Elon would like Tesla to succeed as a company显然 相比于特斯拉作为公司取得成功 but he really also wants humanity to have an economically viable electric car.埃隆也希望人们买得起一辆电动汽车 No matter who makes it happen.是谁使之成为现实不重要 Contrast that with any number of other businesses,这和一些其他公司形成鲜明对比 and I’m sure you can think of a few,我知道大家能想到一些 that pursue profits at the expense of what would be best for society.就是那些为了追求利益而牺牲社会利益的公司 So remember this因此请记住 your vision can only be as inspiring as the amount of people你的愿景只有对很多人产生了积极影响 that it positively impacts.它才会鼓舞人心 Elon’s visions include all of humanity埃隆的愿景囊括了全人类 so he’s become a worldwide celebrity尽管他不是世界上最伟大的演说家 despite not being the world’s greatest public speaker.但他已经成为一个世界名人 And if you want to make a bigger impact and inspire more people,如果你想有更大的影响力 激励更多的人 you have to ask yourself,你得扪心自问 “Who would it be fulfilling to help?”这么做到底是为了满足谁 Your answer can be all of humanity or kids你的答案可以是全人类或孩子们 or your local community or whoever you want.当地社区或任何你想帮助的人 But if your aim is to inspire others and to achieve more,但若你的目标是鼓舞他人 实现更高的成就 the vision just has to go beyond your own comfort.这个愿景就不能仅限于自身的安逸 There’s no way around it.这是不可避免的 So to recap back to front因此回顾之前的内容 since that’s actually the way that this stuff gets implemented in your life.那就是愿景得以实践的方法 First, you have to clarify your values,首先 你得明确自己的价值 who do you want to help?你想要帮助谁? There’s nothing inherently wrong here with selfish motives,有自私的动机本身并没什么错 but it does have to go beyond you in the same way但想要成功我们不能总是想着自己 Because its needs to captivate the imaginations of other people,因为如果你想取得如此巨大的成就 if you are going to achieve at this massive scale.还需要激发他人的想象力 Second imagine an amazing future.其次 构想一个令人惊叹的未来 Paint the picture because that’s what a vision is.尽情想象 因为这就是愿景的本质 and if you need more inspiration若你想要更多灵感 I personally recommend reading more than just about anything.我个人建议你要广泛阅读 The initial vision for Charisma on Command came from The 4-Hour Workweek掌控魅力的最初想法来自《每周工作4小时》 But I was also influenced by sci-fi novels但我也深受科幻小说的影响 like Ender’s Game that talk about strategy and leaderships.像关于策略和领导才能方面的《安德的游戏》 So you have to pursue your interests here.所以你必须通过阅读找到自己的兴趣所在 As Steve Jobs said in his famous commencement speech,如史蒂夫·乔布斯的著名毕业演讲里所言 “And much of what I stumbled into by following“出于自身好奇心与直觉的执着不懈是无价的 my curiosity and intuition turned out to be priceless later on.”这让我受益匪浅 “You can’t connect the dots looking forward.”你们不可能从现在这个点上看到将来 “You can only connect them looking backwards.”只有回头看时 你才能发现它们之间的关系 “So you have to trust”因此你要相信 that the dots will somehow connect in your future”现在的点点滴滴都会以某种方式与未来相连 “Because believing that the dots will connect down the road”坚信这些会伴随你度过一生 will give you the confidence to follow your heart”会给你遵从内心的信心 “Even when it leads you off the well-worn path.”甚至使你摆脱平凡” So check out whatever piques your interest and pursue it deeply.所以想想什么能引起你兴趣 然后为之努力奋斗 And if you are interested in reading more, I commend you如果你想多阅读 我支持你 but perhaps you don’t have that free-hands time但是你可能因为旅行或开车 because you’re travelling or driving.没有空闲时间 There is a link below点击下方链接 where you can get a free audio book with a trial of Audible.在Audible免费试听有声读物 This video is not sponsored by Audible这个视频不是Audible赞助的 but I’ve worked with them in the past只是我们以前有过合作 and we have that free book with a trial perk.所以有免费听书的试用福利 I also think it’d just be awesome我同样也觉得 to have more people reading or listening to books.让更多人去读书或听书会很棒 That’s just an amazing thing这是一件了不起的事 So if you want to check that out所以如果你想要听书 go ahead click the link below in the description那就点击下方简介中的链接 to get a trial of Audible and a free book.进入Audible试听免费书籍 Third, persevere and you need to fail a whole bunch.第三 面对多次失败时 要永不言弃 Now this is going to be much easier to do当你明确自己关心什么东西 when you have identified something that you care about而不仅仅是追名逐利时 more than social approval or money.一切就变得容易多了 It’s actually nearly impossible when the reverse is true.反之 你可能就无法成功 And I have to tell you, amongst of the group of而且我要告诉你 在我的朋友中 small entrepreneur that make up my friends,当时是小企业家的朋友们 the one trait that他们有一个特质 separates those who actually live their dream from the ones who don’t能够区分这个人是否为梦而生 is daily continuous perseverance over several years.那就是十年如一日的坚持不懈 If this is a topic you’re more interested in,如果你对这个话题很感兴趣 and let me know, I’m happy to do another video on that请告诉我 我很乐意再做一个关于它的视频 But my advice is more nuanced than”never give up”但相比“永不言弃” 的口号 我的建议更微妙 you don’t really have time for it right here你真的不必在此花费时间 so I’m just gonna continue on.我会带大家探寻更深层次的东西 Anyway if you want more videos like this,总之如果你想看更多类似的视频 go ahead and click Subscribe right now.现在立即点击订阅 I’m going to be covering a lot more mindsets in the coming weeks.接下来的几周里 我会发表更多的想法 And I have some breakdowns that I’m super excited for我对下述内容无比兴奋 甚至做视频做的有点体力不支了 like a comparison of the charisma of all the different Avengers比如比较所有不同复仇者们的魅力 not all, there are like four or five to be fair and there’s like 30 Avengers但不是所有 坦白说就四五个 毕竟一共有大约30个呢 but a comparison of the Avengers charisma and I am a total nerd for doing this我非常痴迷于复仇者间的魅力比较 so I’m excited for that.想想就很激动 And if you want to make sure that you don’t miss that video when it is released,如果你不想错过新发布的视频的话 hit the subscribe button and of course, the notification bell.点击订阅按钮 同时开启提醒 I’m actually also in the comments whenever I release a video在上传视频后的一小时内 for the first hour after upload,我也会在评论区和大家互动 Which is 11 a.m. Pacific and I guess that’s 2 p.m. Eastern time即太平洋时区早上11点或东区下午2点 So if you have any questions for me,如果你有任何疑问 that is the time to ask them可以在那个时间段向我提问 and I can get back to you directly.我会直接回复你 Anyways I hope that you guys enjoyed this video总之希望你们能喜欢这个视频 and I will see you in the next one.我们下个视频见
  • 2021-08-25关于办公室恋情的7个常见问题办公室恋情是一个难题Workplace romance can be a tricky topic. 【音乐】(Music) 【我们工作的方式】[The Way We Work] 我们应如何处理个人和职场生活的关系?How do we manage the boundaries between our personal and professional lives? 如何解决职场中性别比例失衡和“动力系统”的问题?How do we deal with gender imbalances and power dynamics in the workplace? 办公室恋情有许多灰色区域There’s a lot of gray areain workplace romance. 我将花几分钟解读一些I’d like to take a few minutes and answer some 常常会问及的问题of your frequently asked questions. 问题一:我该不该和同事约会?So,question one:Should I date my coworker? Uh… 这个得看情况it depends. 你和同事约会是为了找乐子吗Do you want to date your coworker for a bit of fun? 是为勾搭而约会吗?Do you want to dateyour coworker to hook up? 因为如果那样的话 还不如上TinderBecause then you’re reallybetter off on Tinder. 要是你约会同事 是因为If you want to date your coworker because you really, 你确信你们陷入爱河sincerely think you’re falling in love with them 或确有发展一段彼此忠贞的长久恋情的可能or there’s a real potentialfor a long-term, committed relationship, 也许你应该和同事约会maybe you should date your coworker. 研究指出 你的同事们通常对此事相当看好Studies show that your coworkersare generally positive about it 如果他们发现你们恋爱了if they perceivethat you’re falling in love 并真切地关心彼此的话and genuinely care about each other. 要是你的同事发现你们只是玩玩而已It’s when your coworkers sense that something else is in play — 这可能就会出事了that can be disruptive. 问题二:我应该和老板约会吗?Question two: Should I date my boss? 多数情况下答案都是不 不应和老板约会In almost all cases, no,you should not date your boss, 因为从此刻起 你就有了一个“动力系统”because now, you’ve got a power dynamic. 当老板和下属有恋爱关系时When there’s a relationshipbetween a boss and a subordinate, 这个系统会产生很多负面情绪it generates a lot of negative feelings, 而这些负面情绪更易滋生and the negative feelings tend to fall on the person 于活在底层的员工中who’s lower on the totem pole. 人们总爱猜忌 比如偏心啊People usually assumesome kind of favoritism, 内幕啊some kind of inside knowledge, 而这些猜忌可能会引起公愤and there can be resentmentstirred up by that. 去年一项研究报告显示There was a study published last year 和上级约会甚至会对你的职业生涯产生消极影响that suggested dating a superior can even have a negative impact on your career. 研究人员要求线上第三方评估人员设想The researchers askedthird-party evaluators online 自己在一家律师事务所工作to imagine that they worked at a law firm. 并让他们给出建议They asked them to make recommendations 究竟谁应该参加特训on which employee should get picked 谁又应该晋升为合伙人for a special training program and which should get promoted to partner. 他们阅览虚拟职员的履历They looked at credentialsfor imaginary employees, 当其中陈述该员工曾和and when it was statedthat an employee had been dating 上级谈过恋爱时or was in a relationship with a superior, 评估人员不大会推荐 这样的人去参加培训或晋升the evaluators were less likely to pick that person for the training program or the promotion, 尽管他们和那些没和老板谈过恋爱的人even if they had the exactsame credentials 有一模一样的履历as someone who wasn’t dating their boss. 评估人员也会迅速掠过其成就The evaluators were also quickto dismiss their accomplishments. 问题三:我能否和向我作报告的人约会?Question three: Can I date someone who reports to me? 答案仍是大大的不Still a big no. 你可能并不认为自己是老板 对吗?You may not feel likeyou’re really the boss, right? 但你就是老板 这里涉及一个“动力系统”But you are, and there’sa power dynamic there 其他恋人之间显然没有这个that’s simply not there for other couples. 如果真的相信这是一份真心If you really believe there is a sincere, 确实感到两人之间存在honestly felt, personal connection 长久的 有意义的联系that would be lasting and meaningful, 那么其中一人就得离职了one of you may need to move, 但并非总是职位低的一方选择离开and it shouldn’t always be the person who’s lower in the company pecking order. 问题四:我刚开始和同事约会Question four: I’ve just started seeing a coworker. 应如何共事?How do we handle things? 我收到了许多这样的问题I get this question a lot. “他们在约会吗?他们没在约会吗?”“Are they dating? Are they not dating?” 不要把它当作秘密Don’t keep it a secret. 你无需小题大作You don’t have to make a big deal of it, 但保密终是有腐蚀性的but secrecy tends to be corrosive. 人们一般都会把职场上的恋人People tend to see workplace couples 看作一个组合或整体as a coalition or a unit, 所以试着让你的同事明白so try to make it clear to your coworkers 你们不是一个人that you’re not the same person; 你们彼此喜欢 但也有不同想法you love each other,but you are going to disagree. 问题五:为什么同事之间吸引力那么大?Question five: Why are coworkersoften attracted to each other? 有个明显的答案Well,the obvious answer is 就是人们相处时间越久people tend to be attracted to each other 就越容易被彼此吸引the more time they spend together. 但这里还包含一个因素:But there’s another ingredientthat has to be added: 当工作需要紧密合作时 更可能产生吸引力attraction tends to happen when there’s work that demandsclose collaboration. 想象你是一个大型团队项目的一员So imagine you have a big group project 这一项目时间紧迫with a tight deadline 你们工作到深夜 一起讨论点子and you’re working late nightsand brainstorming ideas. 你抬头 环顾四周You look up, and across the table, 有一位同事提出了一个绝妙的点子one of your colleagues throws out a really great idea. 也许你会有一点悸动 这很正常You may feel something,and that’s natural. 我们称之为任务依存性We call this task interdependence. 这是一种成熟的吸引力It’s a ripe ground for attraction. 同事间相互吸引的The second reason why people 第二个原因是at work are attracted to each other 他们可能彼此熟悉is they may often besimilar to each other. 有这样两句谚语:There’s two old adages: “物以类聚 人以群分”和“异性相吸”“Birds of a feather flock together.”And”Opposites attract.” 心理测试也证实了Well,the psychologicalresearch suggests… 人以类聚这一古谚birds of a feather flock together, 我们喜欢和自己类似的人and we like people who are like us. 问题六:同事总爱调情Question six: My coworkers are flirting. 很烦人 应该如何应对?I’m annoyed. What do I do? 一些研究者称 对于那些在工作中调情的人Some researchers arguethat for people flirting at work, 调情有益于激发他们的创造力flirting is good and it boosts creativity. 但是我的调查结果显示But my own research suggeststhings are different 对那些旁观者和被骚扰的人来说 恰恰相反for people who are watching or who are subjected to the flirting. 这不是很尴尬吗?It can be awkward, right? 在工作场所看到调情会让人产生一种 规则是何物Witnessing flirtation in the workplace creates a sense of not knowing the rules, 究竟怎么了的茫然not knowing what’s going on, 或是看到了一些不该看的东西的想法or maybe seeing something that you shouldn’t be seeing. 工作时常常目睹调情的人People who frequently witnessflirting at work — 他们的工作满意度较低they actually report feelingless satisfied in their jobs, 感到不受公司重视and they feel less valuedby their company. 他们更倾向于给工作环境打低分They’re more likely to give a negative appraisal of the work environment, 甚至会考虑离职and they may even consider leaving. 这一关联在女士身上体现的更明显For women, this associationcan be even stronger. 这同样适用于人们说This appears to be the case even when 他们并未被调情所干扰的情况people report not being bothered by the flirting. 就算他们称享受其中 也是一样It’s true even when they saythey enjoy it. 一个调情随处可见的环境着实是有害的So,a flirtatious environmentreally could be toxic. 问题七:工作中的人际关系需不需要约法三章?Question seven: Do I need a policyon workplace relationships? 你当然需要一条约束性骚扰的政策You certainly need a policyon a sexual harassment, 我相信大多人力资源部都会注意这点and I think most HR departmentsrecognize that. 但就我们所说的双方自愿的行为But for the kind of consensualbehavior we’ve been talking about, 就有一些不同it’s a little different. 人力资源部的人As much as people 总愿挥舞着魔法杖in HR would love to wave a magic wand 说:“你不会陷入办公室恋情”and say,”Thou shall notfall in love at work,” 这不现实it’s just not realistic. 情感的纽带和性是人的本能Emotional connectionand sexuality is who we are. 我挺希望你能摆明立场的I kind of want you to flip the script a little bit. 我建议人力资源部门认真思考一下I encourage HRto really think more broadly 他们的角色 不是一定要除去办公室恋情about their role in not necessarilystamping out office romance, 因为我觉得这不现实because I don’t think that’s realistic, 那么我应该怎样才能营造出一种but how do I help create a workplace climate and culture 人们是因其付出才得到尊重 而非出于where people feel respectedfor their individual contributions, 外貌 性或是人际关系not for their appearance or their gender, 的公司氛围和文化?or their personal relationships? 所以 更大的问题是So the larger question is, 怎样才能保证重视和尊重员工?how do you make sure people are valued and respected?
  • 2021-08-24从槽糕老板手下辞职的时机我们常常给自己找很好的理由去忍受糟糕的上司 你爱你的同事 你相信公司产品 或是薪水还不错 但如果出现了以下三个现象 别再自己找借口去忍受了 《三个迹象表明 该从糟糕上司手下辞职了》 首先 如你意识到你的老板并不是公司文化的局外人 而实际上更像是一个典型的例子 比如说他们是动不动大喊大叫的人 或对信息极其保密的人 当你意识到领导可以接受这些行为或表现出这些行为时 你需要明白 冲突的出现并不是因为你与老板不合 而是你们的价值观不合 需要说明的是 这种现象没法解决 第二 你感到无聊透顶 对了 有时候你可以也应该去忍受一个糟糕的老板 因为你在岗位上能学到很多东西 但如果说你的知识或专业技能没能得到发展 你为什么要忍受呢? 工作应该是艰苦的 但不应该是牺牲 最后一点 这点涉及到个人原因 如果你在生活中的其他方面正面临着严重的情感挑战 那么我建议你不要去忍受糟糕的老板 比如自己正处于离婚阶段或需要照顾家庭成员 我自己经历过这些 知道它们会让你身心俱疲 而事实上你的承受能力是有限的 如果你正在被工作以外的事所困扰 那现在你可能需要离开你那糟糕的上司 因为他将成为你另一个耗费精力的战场 幸运的是 生活中还是有很多好老板的 如果你正好有一位好领导 别忘了时不时去感谢他们 但如果以上现象让你感到真实且不舒服 不要逃避 选择辞职离开吧 就是现在
  • 2021-08-24策略是什么?为什么它不只是任务清单?As the VP of marketing, I had it all figured out.担任营销部副总后 我明白了一切 I could execute on any marketing plan sales handed to me,我可以执行任何交到我手上的营销计划 no matter how complex.无论这些方案有多么复杂 So when my CEO called me into his office所以当首席执行官叫我进他办公室 to discuss our strategy for the next 18 months,讨论未来18个月的策略时 I was ready to get started on the next big thing.我已经准备好接手下一个大项目了 He outlined two complex plans, and asked,他概述了两个复杂的计划 并问 “Can you pull off both?”“你能都完成吗?” I reassured him,”Yeah, of course we can do that!”我让他放心 “是的 我们当然能做到” He paused for long, agonizing and then the yelling began:他停顿了很久 痛苦地吼到 ”Executing both of these strategies would“这两种策略都执行 put us out of business.会让我们破产 You don’t have a clue about what the purpose of marketing is.你根本不知道营销的目的是什么 All you’re doing你所做的 is executing a series of tasks只是在执行一系列任务 like they’re a big to-do list.”就像完成长串的任务清单一样” ”You’re dangerous as the head of marketing.”“作为营销副总你很不称职” While the case can be made that my CEO was a jerk,虽然我的首席执行官可能是个混蛋 he did challenge me.但他确实对我提出了挑战 I was doing a lot of marketing ”things”.我做了大量的营销“工作” but why was I doing them?但我为什么要这样做呢? The truth is … most companies don’t have a strategy.事实上…大多数公司都没有策略 They view strategy as a set of performance metrics and goals.他们把策略视为一组业绩指标和目标 But strategy doesn’t just define what you do …但是策略并不仅仅规定你做什么…… it’s as much about what you don’t do.同样重要的是你不做什么 According to Richard Rumelt,根据理查德•鲁梅尔特的说法 a strategy requires three key elements:策略需要三个关键要素 First: A diagnosis that defines the challenge.首先 用来阐明挑战的诊断 It’s a realistic understanding of the current state of business and market.即对商业现状和市场现状的实际理解 Second: A guiding policy for dealing with the challenge.第二 应对挑战的指导性方针 A policy directs action while also ruling out other approaches.方针指导行动 也排除了其他方法 And third: It’s a set of coherent actions to accomplish the policy.第三 一系列连贯的行动达成方针 This is how you overcome the complexity这就是如何解决 and conflict that plagues most companies.困扰大多数公司的复杂矛盾的方法 So, let’s say an ecommerce company finds that所以 假设一个电子商务公司发现 monthly sales are falling.月销量正在下降 They decide to focus on improving the average cart price.他们决定专注于提高购物车的平均价格 They make a plan to set a dollar threshold for free shipping他们制定了一个为包邮设定消费门槛的计划 and add a related items module to product pages.并在产品页增加了相关产品模块 While simple, the example defines the problem,虽然这例子简单 但它明确了问题 clarifies direction, and outlines the key action.阐明了方向 规划了主要行动 Marketing’s role is to help accomplish the strategy营销的作用就是帮助实现策略 to come up with tactical executions and test hypotheses.提出策略执行并检验假设 But the strategy is the north star —但策略才是北极星 it’s foundation for building a plan that is both focused and achievable.它是建立一个既重点突出又可实现计划的基础
  • 2021-08-24第一天上班该注意些什么Are you starting a new job and feeling slightly anxious and even nervous?你是否开始了一份新工作并略感焦虑甚至紧张? I’m gonna teach you in this vedio how to get rid of those jetters视频中我会教你如何摆脱那些雷区 and boost up your your confidence 以及增强你的信心 And stay tuned to the end of this video.请观看至视频结束 Because I’m gonna share with you something really cool因为我将和你分享一些干货 that your boss is gonna love.能让你的老板赞不绝口 For tips on accelerating your professional career想获取更多升职小技巧 subscribe to my channel, hit that bell button关注我的频道 点击这个铃铛 and you’ll receive a new video every Wednesday.每周三我都会发布一个新视频 Hi, I’m Adriana Girdler,大家好 我是Adriana Girdler a business productivity specialist with over 20 years in the business. 一名工作效率专家 有超过20年的工作经验 We’ve all been there, that first day on the new job,我们都经历过适应新工作的第一天 we’re excited yet super nervous. What do we wear? What do we bring?我们很兴奋但也超级紧张 我们该穿什么?该带什么? How will our boss really be? Are people gonna like us?老板会是个什么样的人?同事会喜欢我们吗? Take a deep breath呼~ 深呼吸 And follow these steps that I’m gonna share with you照着接下来我要分享的方法做 and you will rock it.你将会游刃有余 Get organized.首先 做好安排 Often a lack of confidence is due to a lack of preparedness通常缺乏自信是因为你准备得不够充分 so the night before, be prepared.所以在前一天晚上 你要做好充足准备 Pick out your outfit,选好你的正装 figure out what’s gonna make you feel really good on that first day想清楚如何打扮会让你在第一天感觉良好 cause it is your first impression因为这是你留给别人的第一印象 And if you’re not too sure what to wear, wear what you wore to the interview如果你不确定穿什么 就穿去参加面试时的衣服 and dress up perhaps just a little bit再化点淡妆 because once you get to the office因为你一走进办公室 you’ll start to see what exactly the culture and the norm is on what to wear.就会看到企业文化是如何基于人们的穿着建立的 Now, you can also call in advance and find out当然 你也可以提前打电话询问 And that may be also of help and service.这样也会有所帮助 Don’t forget to pack your bag the night before as well,还有别忘了提前一晚整理好你的包 bring all those little things that you don’t think about like paper and pens带上所有你平时不会注意的小东西 比如纸和笔 you may even want to bring something to take notes with你可能也会想带点东西去做笔记 but ideally you want to start working on your first day.来开始第一天的工作 I’m sure they’ll provide you with stuff他们肯定会给你提供办公用品 but just in case. Sometimes it takes a little bit of time come prepared with all those things但是以防万一 有时候准备这些东西也需要花一点时间 and your confidence will be great on your first day.你的自信心会在第一天得到提升 If you have any other suggestions on what to bring on your first day at work如果你有其它关于第一天去工作该带些什么的建议 please write it in the comment below把你的建议写在评论里吧 Get excited ! Oh my goodness, you got the job!嗨起来 天哪 你已经得到这份工作了 Don’t go to work nervous,even though you may feel nervous.不要带着紧张去上班 就算你会感到紧张 Listen, you did a lot of prep work,听着 你已经做了很多准备工作 the energy and effort you put into your interviewing got you the job,你在面试中投入的精力和努力让你得到了这份工作 you are the right candidate so get excited你是合适的人选 开心起来 ensure that you walk into that office确保走进入办公室的时候 with a big smile and have a boost of confidence脸上带着大大的笑容和满满的信心 and that will pay you back in spades.这肯定会让你获得回报的 Make new friends.其次 结交新的朋友 Say hi to as many people as you can on your first day在第一天里 向尽可能多的人打招呼 look them in the eye直视他们的眼睛 have open body language运用生动的肢体语言 shake their hand和他们握手 and you go to them. Introduce yourself.你要主动走过去 介绍自己 I have a great video 我有一个很好的视频 on how to introduce yourself on your first day of the job来教你如何在就职第一天介绍你自己 check it out.有需要的话可以看看 Not only that, you’ll feel much more confident when you get to know a few more people认识更多人还会让你感到更加自信 so go ask them out for lunch and you can say things like因此邀请他们一起去吃午饭 而且可以这样问 Do you have any lunch recommendations?你有什么推荐的午饭吗? or even better yet, Would you like to join me?或者这样更好 你愿意和我一起吃午饭吗? Now, when you actually are sitting down with your new colleagues and having lunch, 顺利的话 你就和新同事坐下吃午饭了 get to know them.去了解他们吧! You can ask them about what it is that they do你可以问他们每天做些什么工作 you can also even go on the personal note甚至你也可以问点个人问题 maybe even ask them what their favorite Netflix series is that they’re watching还可以问他们最近正在追的是什么剧 but please don’t go into the gossip.但是请千万不要讲八卦 I know it can really be easy to do that我知道有时候会情不自禁 like, Hey what’s the latest scoop on the people I should be aware of?像是 嘿 我最近有没有错过什么八卦新闻 Don’t do that, it will put you in a bad bad way千万别这样做 这会置你于不利 I have a really good video on office gossip you really want to check out.我有个关于办公室八卦的不错视频 可以看看 Avoid that at all costs and particularly on your first day.无论如何不要八卦 尤其是在上班第一天 How do you deal with office gossip?你会怎样应对办公室八卦? Tell me in the comments below.在评论区告诉我 Show interest.最后 表达兴趣 The best thing you can do when you’re new and particularly on your first day on a job当你还是办公室新人 尤其是第一天上班 你的最佳选择就是 is to listen listen listen.倾听 倾听 倾听 People have a lot to tell you, not only from a learning perspective人们有许多东西要告诉你 不仅是从一个传授知识的角度 but they’re showing you how the culture is at work而且是在向你展示工作文化 so take advantage of that, soak in as much as you can.所以你要好好利用 尽可能地沉浸其中 You need to be a hundred percent present when you’re at work工作的时候 你需要百分百集中注意 so turn your cell phone off or at least put it on vibrate所以关掉你的手机 或者就调成震动模式 you don’t want to be picking up that device as you’re talking to people你应该也不想在谈话中接听电话 that’s not a way to show that you’re listening那不利于展现作为倾听者该有的态度 and you’re giving them full attention.也显得你很不专心 Another thing you want to consider as well is go to Linked In另外 你也可以登录到领英平台 check out your colleagues, find out about them浏览一下你同事的领英页面 了解他们 see what their profile is all about然后读读他们的简历 it will give you some additional insight as to who they are这会给你一些额外的深入见解 and the people you’re working with.并且更了解和你一起共事的人 Now that you’re confident for your first day on the job,现在你已经能以满满的信心应对上班第一天 learn even more tips on how to impress your boss学习更多能给领导留下深刻印象的技巧 I have a free checklist on just that我有一个相关内容的免费列表 grab it on the link below in this video点击下方的链接获取 Please subscribe to my channel, like the video请订阅我的频道 点赞 and share with all the professionals that you know.与你认识的专业人士分享 I would love to hear from you.我很乐意接收你的消息 Tell me how you deal with anxiety on your first day of the job.和我说说你是如何应对上班第一天的焦虑 Please comment below.请在下方评论
  • 2021-08-24身边那些绝对不能扯上关系的人大家好 我是真子就有 这次我们来谈谈 “人生中不能扯上关系的人”这个话题 人活着 就会遇到各种各样的人 但是 我经常在想 大家有在勉强自己 过度应酬不能扯上关系的人吗? 有人会觉得 话虽如此 不能不和那种人处好关系 但是 不论你多么烦恼 都不可能改变他人 虽然不能改变他人 但在自己的人生中 每天遇到的人 生活的场所 这些是可以由自己的意志决定的 如果在看这段视频的人里面 有人一出生就被抓住 每天被强迫和讨厌的人见面的话 那可能是我说的不对 但是 在现在的时代 没有那样的人吧 从某种意义上说 和讨厌的人见面 这也是由自己的意志选择的结果 所以 必须用自己的意志 鼓起勇气 选择自己交往的人 这次我会公布 我作为经营者 从领导组织 和数百人交流的经验中 得出的“绝对不能交往的人” 前三名 不能交往的人 第三名 首先 “不能交往的人”第三名 在你不需要的时候提出建议的人 是有这样的人吧 你又没有提问 只是稍微提了一下自己在做的事情 “你不知道吗”“这样做更好哦” 就这样提出建议的人 比自己年长的前辈里面 有很多这样的人吧 而且他们是几乎都是没有恶意的 不自觉地这样做 正因为如此 才性质恶劣 大家听好 我希望你们好好记住 真正从你的立场认真思考的人 不是对你说话的人 而是认真听你说话的人 不停地说话的人 根本不关心你的价值观 只是把他的想法硬塞给你 在这背后 是想表现得“我比你更优秀” 没有自说自话 而是“嗯嗯”地认真听你说话的人 才是把你的价值观置于他的价值观之上 希望用你的价值观来理解的人 把自己想做的事情强加给他人的人 换句话说 就跟婴儿一样 婴儿肚子饿的时候 就会叫着“我要喝奶” 哇得哭起来 来引起周围的注意 如果是有教养 有理性的大人 会把“我想干这个”“我想说这个” 这种条件反射式的想法克制住 首先倾听对方的话 特别是二十出头的年轻人 他们对那些不停地把意见强加过来 提出严苛建议的上司 很难产生“非常感谢你向我提出建议”的想法 但每次见面都会被说这说那 被说的人的感情肯定会被逐渐消磨 我认为 有一句绝对不能说的话 说话的人一定要注意 “我是为你好才说的” 这句话是最无视对方意向又自我满足的话 对这种不需要他提供建议 还来显摆的人 我们就不要和他扯上关系了吧 不能交往的人 第二名 下面 我们来谈谈“不能交往的人”第二名 第二名是发牢骚的人 首先 因为容易引起误解 我先把“发牢骚”明确定义一下 这里的发牢骚 是指自己不去行动以解决问题 只在私下向特定的人和组织表达不满 可是 大家觉得为什么要发牢骚呢 因为发牢骚 是满足自我认同感的最便捷的方式 换句话说 就是排解寂寞的手段 比如 在不能接受的事情上 被上司警告 感到很受伤 感觉自己的能力和人格被否定了 但即便如此 给上司提意见是需要勇气的 这个人会向最可以倾诉的后辈 上司 朋友抱怨 “不是我不好 上司太奇怪了 是他不对” 然后希望周围的人说 “嗯嗯 你说的对” 所以 很多听别人发牢骚的人 无论听到什么 都会附和道 “嗯嗯 你说得对” 会严厉地说“不 那是你的不对吧”的人 发牢骚的人是不会去找这样人聊天的 如果你周围有发牢骚的人 你千万不要变成“听牢骚的人” 你也许是同情他 但这反而会阻碍他在精神上的自立 只是使你成为他的撒娇对象 依赖对象而已 而且 在你听他抱怨的时候 也会不自觉地把自己认为的不合理的事情告诉他 听人发牢骚 百害而无一利 如果不小心听到了抱怨 就这么说 “你感觉不合理吧 那你打算今后怎么办呢” 就这样 引导他今后付诸行动 顺便提一句 我在公司就塑造了绝对不认同发牢骚的企业文化 无论多么优秀 多么有成绩的人 一旦听到他发牢骚 我就会严肃处理 当然 在招聘阶段 我不会录用会发牢骚的人 虽然我针对发牢骚说了很重的话 但我希望在一种情况下 大家能听别人发牢骚 那就是 发牢骚的人是你非常重要的人 他遇到了困难 内心疲惫不堪 这时 请你破例听他发牢骚 对于精神上没有避风港 被逼到困境中的人来说 有人听他发牢骚 就是一种救赎 如果是平时不发牢骚的人 当他冷静下来 他自己会认识到“发牢骚”是不对的 又会积极地向前进 当然 总是听他发牢骚 不利于他的自立 这就不对了 不能交往的人 第一名 终于到了最后 在人生中“不能交往的人”第一名 情绪化地发火的人 感情用事的人 也就是不能控制自己情绪的人 我断言 在今后的人生中 绝对不要和这种人扯上关系 当然 作为一个人 遇到讨厌的事情 一时间会按情绪行动 这种情况并不少见 我也是如此 如果只是这样 并没什么问题 问题在于“发火的人” 不做思考地大吵大闹 破坏物品的人 这样的人希望通过暴力胁迫 来控制他人 暴力是水平最低的交流方式 说起来 和发火的人不仅无法交流 还会对周围产生很恶劣的影响 大吵大闹地发火的人 在他发火的那一刻起 他的目的就不是解决问题 而是使对方屈服 和想要把对方置于自己之下的人 说什么的都是没用的 即使假设他对这些全部认错 道歉 过了一段时间 又看到什么不顺眼的事情 他还会企图让对方屈服 没完没了 所以 不能和情绪化地大吵大闹的人扯上关系 我强烈建议 不论多么亲近的人 也要鼓起勇气 断绝关系 要是公司的上司是那样的人 最好辞职吧 用发火的态度处事的人能进入公司上层 这事儿本身就很奇怪 我曾经和用发火的态度处事 脾气暴躁的顾客打过交道 他提出在谁看来都是不合理的要求 还说“我要投诉你” 开始我想通过平等对话解决问题 但就像前面说的那样 没办法 虽然现场的负责人多次和他沟通 可他根本不想解决起初提出的问题 每当我们表示没有过错的时候 他都回以情绪化的态度 故意找碴 耗费了工作人员和我大量的时间 结果过了大概两个礼拜 他冷静下来 也没再联系我们 我想他本来就没打算投诉 社会上是有根本不能扯上关系的“发火的人” 如果在人生中遇到这种人 希望大家马上躲开 他会把你人生中所有的精力都消耗掉 不能交往的人的共同点 好了 “不能交往的人”前三名发布完毕 这次说的不能交往的人有以下共同点 那就是 自我认同感低 对自己没有信心的人 因为没有自信 所以要赶紧采取行动 让别人认同自己 刚刚谈过的 一个人自我认同感的高低 是从什么时候产生差别的呢 据说影响最大的 在孩童到十几岁时期的家庭环境 如果自童年开始的成长中 没有得到父母的肯定和认可 会有很大概率 变成对自己没有信心的成人 即使如此 过去是无法改变的 重要的是今后该怎么做 要想在后天提高自我认同感 就要挑战各种事情 积累成功的体验 关于这个话题 在“人生不需要目标” “不要追求可以成长的环境” 这些视频中有详细讨论 还没看过的人 请务必观看 (这些视频)也有放在在概要栏里 行动方案的复习 最后 我们来复习一下行动方案吧 这次非常简单 在你不需要的时候提出建议的人 发牢骚的人 情绪化地发火的人 不要和这些人扯上关系 通过自己的选择 过好自己的人生 我衷心希望 更多的人不是坐以待毙的被害者 而是通过自己的力量和选择 得到幸福的人生 好的 大家感觉如何 在这个频道中 我们会发布尽量易懂 简短的 对工作 人生有益的话题 我们会不断发布(新话题) 不想错过的话 请务必登录我们的频道 我们期待你的评论和好评 那么 我们在下期视频中再会
  • 2021-08-24如何得到你无法胜任的工作?如何得到你无法胜任的工作? The only way to really move your career forward想要事业真正进步只有一个办法 is to make sure your next job那就是要确保你的下一份工作 is a couple steps above your current job,比现在的工作高出几个等级 and that means seeking out positions you’re not entirely qualified for.就是说你要找一份现在还不能完全胜任的工作 It’s difficult to land one, but it is possible.找这样一份工作很难 但并非毫无可能性 So here are four ways to stand out如果你是一位还不够格的申请人 when you’re an under qualified applicant.这里有四种办法让你脱颖而出 Number one, apply, apply, then re-apply.第一点:申请 申请 再申请 If you are determined to make this career leap,如果你想让自己的事业有很大的进步 then you’re going to spend a lot of time applying,就要准备好花大量的时间去申请 and you likely won’t hear back on the vast majority of your applications,可能它们大多数无法得到回复 but do not get discouraged.但是千万别感到沮丧 It is unfortunately somewhat of a numbers game这有点像数字游戏 so just keep applying.所以就这样一直申请下去 One of the things you can do however is re-apply.但是 你能做的其中一件事是重新申请 Maybe once a month resubmit每月重交一次简历 so your resume floats back to the top of the stack.这样 你的简历就有可能在申请书的第一张 The longer a job post is up,工作岗位空置越久 the more willing a company might be to consider under qualified candidates.公司就越可能会考虑一些暂时不能胜任的申请者 Number two, lean on your soft skills.第二点: 靠软技能说话 At the end of the day, a company can teach you the technical skills,到头来 你可以从公司中学到一些专门技能 it’s your people skills and emotional intelligence that they value more.但是他们更看重的是你的交际能力和情商 So it’s critical that you find a way to demonstrate所以你要知道如何展示自我 how seemingly unrelated roles or skills如何将你看似与该职位毫不相关的作用和技巧 you possess actually do relate to the job at hand.切实地与这份工作联系起来 For example, highlight periods of time where you had to learn quickly,比如 突出你必须快速学习的时期 or find creative solutions with little to no resources.或你在绝境中找到的创造性解决方法 If you don’t have the hard skills, play up the soft skills.如果你没有硬技能 那么强调你的软技能 Number three, leverage relationships.第三点:平衡你的人际关系 This is perhaps the best way to get noticed不管你能不能胜任这份工作 whether you’re qualified or not,这可能是你引起注意的最好方法 so search your network to see所以 搜一下你的关系网 if you know anyone at all who works at the company,看看是否有认识的人在这个公司上班 or if your friends know anyone who works at the company.或你的朋友是否认识在那家公司上班的人 And then if you do get in touch with someone,之后 如果你真的能联系上 be up front that you are somewhat under qualified.那就承认其实你还不能胜任这份工作 Tell them about your career goals告诉他们你的职业目标 and how this job fits within those goals.还有说明这份工作如何符合你的目标 If they see you as a hungry, smart, teachable person,如果他们看出你对这份工作的渴求 并且觉得你是聪明有资质的人 you may be a better fit for the job那么 相比其他能胜任此工作的候选人 than some of the other more qualified candidates.你可能更适合这份工作 And in line with that, number four, don’t lie, be confident.第四点与第三点一脉相承 那就是不要说谎要自信 Don’t say you have, for example, five years of experience if you only have three.比如 如果你只有三年工作经验就不要说五年 Instead lean into those three years of experience that you do have相反 你要充分利用拥有的三年工作经验 and be confident in your ability to bridge the gap.并且相信自己有能力缩小差距 So don’t give up, don’t get discouraged,所以不要放弃 不要感到沮丧 and trust that it’ll happen if you just keep plugging away.要相信只要坚持下去 你与别人的差距会缩小
  • 2021-08-24Excel里的FIXED函数比TEXT函数要好用运用公式可以把这两栏文本放到一起 但点击Enter后 前后数字格式不一致 通常用TEXT函数解决此问题 本视频中 我会教大家用更简单的FIXED函数 选中F3单元格并键入“=” 向左 向上 选定E3单元格 复制E3单元格时注意绝对引用 单击F4绝对引用 接下来加上数值 键入“&” 然后输入文本“=” 公式中 文本需加双引号 文本和引号之间用一个空格隔开 输入反引号 加号 加上左边的E3格 按Ctrl+Enter键 双击自动填充 这样做的问题是 在公式中 引用数据并不包含原格式 所以如果对来自另一单元格的数据编辑格式 需要在公式中进行编辑 运用TEXT函数可以解决问题 在TEXT函数中输入E3 选择自定义格式 TEXT函数好处在于有链接 有很多种单元格格式可以选择 然而 如果我们只想加一个千分符 可以改用FIXED函数 输入引用值 巧的是 小数位数默认两位 并默认会加上逗号 只要在引用值前敲出FIXED 按下Ctrl+Enter键 看起来比较完美了 之后双击自动填充 这样就完美了 接下来再奖励一个公式 如果你不想用TEXT函数在公式中增加货币符号 可以用DOLLAR函数 如果用DOLLAR函数 注意输入引用值后 无需设置小数位数 直接括住即可 小数位数默认两位 Ctrl+Enter 双击自动填充 所以 除了TEXT函数 可以用FIXED函数为数字添加间隔符 或者用DOLLAR函数增加货币符号 好了 如果喜欢这个视频 请点赞 评论 订阅 今后还将会有许多有趣的Excel教学视频 如果你想学习更多有关文本公式和函数的内容 可以看一下这个视频 其中有一个是关于ISO DATES的视频
  • 2021-08-24到底要不要辞职What do you say to those viewers你想对那些观众们说什么吗? They don’t pursue their dreams and are locked in their careers他们埋头工作而不去追求梦想 because they are too afarid to take risks 因为他们太害怕冒险 and pursue somenthing meaningful害怕去追求一些有意义的事 Well the first thing I would say is首先我认为 You should be afraid of taking risks and pursuing something meaningful你应该害怕冒险和追求一些有意义的事 but you should be more afarid of staying where you are但是你更应该害怕一成不变 if it’s making you miserable如果这一成不变的生活使你痛苦 it’s like the first thing you wanna do is dispense with the idea that 那么你首先要改变一种想法 you get to have any… any permanent security即除了你的竞争和适应能力之外 outside of your ability to contend and adapt你还能从哪些地方获得永久的安全感 It’s the same issue with children孩子也有同样的问题 It’s like就好像 you’re paying a price by sitting there being miserable你会为你的固步自封付出惨重的代价 and you might say你有可能会说 “Well, the devil I know is better than the one I don’t”明枪易躲 暗箭难防 It’s like don’t be so sure of that这可不一定 The clock is ticking光阴似箭 日月如梭 and if you’re miserable in your job now如果你现在并不喜欢你的工作 and you change nothing但又不作出任何改变 in 5 years, you’ll be much more miserable五年之后 你会更加痛苦 and you’ll be a lot older而且你的年龄更大了 But isn’t it a luxury to pursue what is meaningful但是追求有意义的东西并不应该成了奢侈 Our viewers have mortgages我们的观众不仅有房贷 They have children. They have payments and loans有孩子 同时还有许多的付款和贷款 -It’s a luxury to pursue because we lack the resources -Well,I don’t think-因为没钱而让追求梦想变得奢侈 -我不认可 I don’t, remember now请注意 I’m not talking about what makes you happy我并不是在谈论如何获得幸福 It’s a luxury to pursue what makes you happy因为获得幸福本身就是一件奢侈的事 It’s a moral obligation to pursue what you find meaningful追求有意义的事应该是一种道德义务 And that doesn’t mean it’s easy这也不意味着它就简单 It might require sacrifice它可能会让你有所牺牲 If you need to change your job too换工作也是这样 Let’s say you have a family and children 比如说当你有了家庭 孩子 and a mortgage, you have responsibilities房贷 和很多责任 You’ve already picked up those responsibilities你又不得不承担起那些责任时 You don’t just get to walk away scot-free你就不能无所顾忌 一走了之 and say “Well I don’t like my job I quit”说“我不想做这份工作了” That’s no strategy这不是明智之举 But what you might have to do is you thinking而你可能需要做的是 当你觉得 ” Well this job is killing my soul” “我的工作简直要命” “Alright.So what do I have to do about that?”“我是不是应该做些什么” “Well,I have to look for another job”“我得换一份工作了” “Well,no one wants to hire me”“没人想要我” It’s like”Okay”这就是在说“好的” Maybe you need to educate yourself more你可能需要不断提升自己 Maybe you need to update your curriculum vitae, your resume使你的简历更具竞争力 Maybe you need to overcome your fear of being interviewed同时要试着克服对面试的恐惧 Maybe you need to sharpen your social skills提高人际交往能力 You have to think about these things strategically你必须战略性地思考这些问题 if you’re going to switch careers如果你打算换一份新的工作 You have to do it like an intelligent, responsible person你就要聪明且负责任地去考虑这些问题 That might take you a couple of years of of…of effort to do properly也许你要花好几年才能做好新的工作 When you say pursue something meaningful 提起追求有意义的事 is it important to have a vocation有一份安稳的工作固然重要 I… I think it’s more important to… 我觉得比这更重要的是 to have a, an ethos, an ETHIC那些精神和道德层面的东西 The first thing that you wanna do is figure out首先你要想清楚 imagine you were taking care of yourself想象一下你在处理自己的事 like you were someone you cared for就像你关心别人一样 Then you should figure out你就会明白 Well, if you could have what you needed and wanted如果能拥有自己需要的和想要的东西 what would it be会是怎样的一番情形 What sort of friends would you have你会交到什么样的朋友 What would you family relationships look like你的家庭关系会是什么样 How would you conduct yourself with your children?你会怎样教导孩子 How would you educate yourself?你会怎么提升自己 You need to think through 这些问题都要想清楚 how it is that your life could be properly arranged还有怎样才能使你的生活变得有条不紊 if you had that ability如果这些你都能做好 And then you can aim at that那就以此为目标 The funny thing is that if you do pause at a goal of that sort有趣的是如果你确实努力追求你的目标 and work towards it朝着它靠近 you will move towards it你会向你的目标靠近 The goal will change于是你的目标又会发生新的改变 because you’ll learn things along the way因为在这个过程中你会学习到更多新的东西 I mean I’ve dealt with hundreds of people 在我的临床和咨询实践中 in my clinical and consulting practice 我曾经接待过数百位来访者 and we set a goal we develop a vision我们一起确立了目标并为此规划了蓝图 and work towards it 同时为实现这个蓝图不断努力 things inevitably get better for people事情变得更美好了 So,it’s not a luxury. 所以追求幸福并不是一件奢侈的事 It’s difficult.它有的只是困难 It’s a moral responsibility and it isn’t happiness追求幸福是一种道德责任并不能使你快乐 The pursuit isn’t for happiness所以它的最终目的不是为了获得快乐 And that might be best thing that ever happened to you这可能是你从未经历过的最好的事情 Because if the structure you’re in is going in that direction 因为如果你处在越来越糟糕的处境 and you can’t stop it并且你无法做任何改变 get the hell out of there and find something else那就快点离开那儿 另找一份工作 So it’s not that hard to find a job when you already have a job当你有工作时你会觉得找工作很简单 That’s another thing to keep in mind too还有一点你也要记住 You know, whenever you’re working and you will be 无论是什么时候工作 你都得做 Especially in the world特别是在如今这个世界 the world of today where jobs are relatively uncertain任何工作都不是稳定的 You should always have an escape route planned 你需要随时准备一个逃离计划 And it should be active 而且得不断作出修改和调整 because if you don’t have an escape route因为如果你没有任何计划 and you can’t get away你就没法辞职 you can’t say no你不能说“不” And if you can’t say no并且你既无法拒绝 you can’t bargain也没有底气谈条件 And if you can’t bargain如果连条件没法谈 you’re a slave那和奴隶没什么区别 So that’s how the world is set out at the moment所以 这就是当今世界的法则 It’s probably always been like that可能永远都是如此 but it’s something that you really need to know你真的需要去知道这些事情 Because you gotta watch因为你将会目睹 if your being is objecting to someone 你不赞同别人 to something that someone is forcing you to do也不赞同别人强迫你去做 maybe you’re right可能你是正确的 Maybe you shouldn’t be doing it可能你不该这样做 And lots of people end up living meaningless lives很多人碌碌无为的过了一生 And that’s not a very good term这种说法并不准确 because there’s no such thing as a meaningless life因为世上不存在毫无意义的人生 Because one of the meanings of life is suffering人生的意义之一就是遭受痛苦 And there’s no bloody way you’re going to escape that你也无法逃脱 so you will not have a meaningless life你不会碌碌无为地度过一生 You’ll have a life that’s only suffering你只会在苦难中度过一生 and I wouldn’t recommend that但我不希望会是这样
  • 2021-08-24在Google工作是怎样的体验Google is a place that — I just fell in love with the culture. I fell in love with the energy.在谷歌 我爱上了它的文化和活力 There was just a vibe that I wanted to be a part of.谷歌的氛围让我想要融入这个集体 It’s just some place where I can never imagine myself getting bored,在谷歌我永远不会感到无聊 because we’re thinking about billions of users, and so that’s a lot of impact that you can have,我们心怀无数用户 在这儿可以发光发热 and it’s just really gratifying.这令人满足感爆棚 Google is so much at the forefront of technology and the way that our culture is built,谷歌处在科技前沿 企业文化也是一流的 we are always looking for the 10x. We are always looking for the leapfrog innovation.我们一直在追求十倍效率 实现创新发展 So you have to be willing to let all your preconceived notions be broken at any moment.你必须愿意随时随地打破先入之见 You are going to have to make your own rules sometimes,你有时得为自己订立规矩 and this is actually part of the fun.这其实也是一种乐趣 I get to try new technologies.在这里我可以尝试新科技 I get to implement them in different ways that通过不同的方式应用这些新技术 maybe no other company has done them before,这些方式也许其他公司都没试过 and so you can really go beyond your skill set that you think you have at the moment,所以你真的可以超越自以为的技能极限 and push the boundaries.去突破自己 The part that makes it really fun is there are so many teams across Google that have amazing expertise,谷歌公司团队技能超群 这才让它有趣 and I get to work with these people, not only build something with them,和这些人共事 不仅是在和他们一起创造 but I learn so much.而且我也受益匪浅 Pick any topic and I can promise you there’s someone here who is both better at it than you随便选个话题 都肯定会有人比你更在行 or more knowledgeable, and also and more importantly, willing to help you learn.储备知识更丰富 更重要的是 愿意教你 Everybody here is so nice. They’re so encouraging,这儿的每个人都十分友善 令人鼓舞 so that’s very reassuring to be in a company where people value you.在公司有受人重视的感觉 让人心安 I am fortunate enough to work with people from a lot of different experiences,我有幸能和拥有不同经历的人一同工作 a lot of different backgrounds, and we use that in our advantage.他们背景也不同 这也成为了我们的优势 It’s really the best idea wins.最棒的点子才会胜出 There’s a lot of debate, but it’s really to bring those different viewpoints together,辩论无处不在 但这是为了凝聚不同观点 and that’s what we want our products to represent.这也是我们想让产品呈现出的样子 We believe the benefits of technology should apply to all,我们坚信科技成果应惠及众人 and that’s a mission that really is very, very inspiring.这个使命真的非常非常振奋人心 So when I show up at work, I’m able to do all the things that I love:在工作期间 我可以做一切我所热爱之事 solving hard problems and working for the people that I manage.解决难题 为上司效力 That makes it worthwhile for me to show up every day.这值得我每天来上班 为用户创造 为用户设计 为用户编程 为用户建设
  • 2021-08-24面试官最讨厌的8种人As a manager, you’re always searching for employees作为经理 你总是想招聘 that will bring your company to new heights.能让公司提升档次的员工 Well today is not that day.今天说的可不是那种情况 Here are 8 types of people that managers hate to interview.以下是面试官最讨厌的八类应聘者 Uh, thank you for coming in today, tell me a little about yourself.感谢你的到来 先简单做个自我介绍吧 I’ve spent the past 15 years working in the industry for all the biggest names,过去15年我一直在本行业最领先的大企业工作 Google, Microsoft, Apple, the list goes on.谷歌 微软 苹果 还有很多 Just check my references.你看我的简历就知道了 Don’t check my references.还是别看了 How much does this job pay anyway?这工作到底多少钱一个月? Sorry. Got a text.不好意思 我看个短信 Um, vacation days, when do those kick in?那个 一般什么时候放假? …… No.算了 Really sorry I’m late, trains were running slow 非常抱歉我迟到了 车子开得太慢了 and my cellphone died so I couldn’t actually get in touch with you我手机又坏了 联系不上你 and I’m pretty sure I don’t have my resume我还忘了带简历过来 but you remember what’s on it right?不过你记得都写了什么 对吧? Ha ha, you’re SO funny.哈哈 你真是太幽默了 Is there a gym in the office?公司有健身房吗? You look like you work out every day.你看起来每天都有锻炼哦 Um…呃… Oh um, wow your wife is really beautiful.哇哦 你老婆好漂亮! Am I qualified? Of course i’m qualified.我合适吗?我当然合适 What makes you think I’m not qualified?为什么我不合适? Look man, I really need this job ok. 兄弟 我真的需要这份工作 So just can you, can you help me out?能不能帮个忙? Is it hot in here or is it just me?房间里热吗?还是就我自己感觉? What?什么? Who’s my biggest hero? Well, that’s easy. Me.我最崇拜谁?这太简单了 当然是我自己 Uh, I’ve done it ALL.我什么都干过 I’m surprised you haven’t done your homework on me. 你居然没认真看我的简历 Yeah. Huh? 是吗? So, my college years were A-MAZING!我的大学生活非常精彩 I graduated with honors with the help of my Sorority sisters,因为加入了大学姐妹联谊会 我得以优等成绩毕业 and I’ve been working on and off for a few publications,我也断断续续发表过几篇文章 and it’s been a real drag! I mean like I’m so ready for something else.那太费事了 我已经等不及做点其它工作了 – I’ve got a lot of commitment. – Ok, – 我非常有责任心 – 好了 that’s enough. We’ll let you know if we’re interested.如果你符合录用条件 我们会随后通知的 Aww we have to hug.我们应该抱抱 What’s your experience with job interviews?你面试时有过什么经历? Join the discussion by leaving your comments below.欢迎下方留言 加入讨论 Hello?有人吗?
  • 2021-08-24如何在面试中脱颖而出How To Ace A Job Interview如何在面试中脱颖而出 -Big job interview this morning? 上午有重要工作面试? Here’s what to know before you go in to meet the boss.以下是在你去见老板前要知道的事情 First,let’s take a look at that wardrobe.首先 让我们看看衣柜 You can wear whatever you want as long as you confident只要你自信 你可以穿任何你想要穿的衣服 and aren’t inappropriately dressed for the workplace where you’re interviewing.并且穿着得体 But if you want to eliminate some variables但如果你想排除一些意外 avoid bright colors and large prints.避免鲜亮的颜色和大的印花 Your interviewer may just hate that color.你的面试官可能只是反感那种颜色 So stick with neutrals.所以要穿素净的衣服 Unless the job is creative or in fashion,除非你的工作偏时尚设计方面 it’s fine to stay understated.不然还是低调为好 Now,practice bragging to yourself in the mirror.现在 在镜子前练习夸赞你自己 Don’t just psyche yourself up.不要只是自我安慰 Say some actionable things about getting this job.说一些关于得到这份工作可行的事情 Remind yourself of your skills,experience,提醒自己你的技能 经验 ambitions and achievements.雄心和成就 Now these points are top of mind.现在这些要点都是最重要的 Go get on, slugger.加油 强者 If you’re going to be late 如果你要迟到了 or going to have to speed to arrive on time或者快马加鞭才能赶到 ask to reschedule.打电话重新安排面试 But remember, you can only reschedule once但请记住 你只能重新安排一次 so be early next time.所以下次要提前 You should offer a warm handshake——literally.通常见面时 你应该热情的握手 A cold, clammy handshake can turn off an employer.冰凉潮湿的握手可能会让雇主反感 So hold a warm beverage before you go in.所以在你进去之前先拿一杯热饮暖手 This will offer a sense of comfort and familiarity right away.这会立马让雇主感到一种舒适和熟悉的感觉 While in the interview, don’t fidget or play with anything.面试时 不要坐立不安或玩任何东西 Be open with your body language.大方自然一点 Don’t slouch, cross your arms or clench your hands.别没精打采的 抱胸或者紧握双手 That makes you appear distant and closed off.那会让人觉得你冷漠不好交流 And maintain eye contact as well as you can.尽量多进行眼神接触 When faced with a tricky question, don’t make something up, don’t lie.遇到棘手的问题时 不要捏造事实和撒谎 Just acknowledge and pivot.只需承认或转移话题 Acknowledge you haven’t used that software承认你没有用过那个软件 but you’re enthusiastic and capable of learning.但是你有热情和学习的能力 Always come in with an engaging question for the interviewer.一定要向面试官提出一个吸引人的问题 Something like,”What’s your favorite part of this job?”例如:这份工作你最喜欢什么部分 or,”How will I be able to help you in your day-to-day?”或者我怎么能在日常生活中帮助你 Think of it as a conversation, not an interrogation.把它当做是一场对话而不是审讯 You’re also interviewing them to see if you want to work there.你还要询问他们 看看你是否想在那里工作 Then always send a thank you note within 24 hours,然后在24小时内发一封感谢信 and don’t copy and paste the same message to everyone you met.不要把同样的信息发给你遇到的每一个人 Remmber,you did your best and it’s now out of your hands.记住 你已经尽力了 现在已经脱离你的控制范围
  • 2021-08-24职场自我介绍的最佳方式It can be extremely intimidating introducing yourself 在职场上做自我介绍 in a professional setting.可能会让你感到非常紧张胆怯 We all want to make a really good first impression.我们都希望能给人留下非常好的第一印象 In this video, I’m gonna give you some tips在这个视频中 我会给你一些小建议 to making you introduce yourself professionally at breeze. 让你轻而易举地做专业的自我介绍 One of the key ways to make yourself more professional让你显得更专业的关键之一 is to wow your boss!就是要惊艳你的老板! Stay tuned to the end of this video 想知道怎么做到这一点 because I have something really cool for you那就请看完这个视频 which is a really great guide on how to do just that. 都是干货哦 Hi, if you’re new here, welcome.嗨 如果你是新来的 欢迎你 My name is Adriana Girdler 我叫Adriana Girdler and I’m a business productivity specialist. 一名商业效率专家 Having a very clear concise professional introduction 能立即说出一套简洁明了的专业自我介绍 that you can say right away is important.是非常重要的 As a professional meeting facilitator在我做专业会议引导员的生涯里 I have seen my fair share of really bad intros见过太多惨不忍睹的介绍 So, let ‘s get started on how you can have 闲话少叙 马上进入今天的主题 a super professional introduction.怎样专业地介绍自己 Be a person, not a machine. 自然 随和 别像机器人一样 Sometimes in business with introduction,有时 在职场介绍自己时 it is really easy to get nervous很容易感到紧张 and when we get nervous we become very much, 当我们紧张时 我们会变得像这样 Hi, my name is Mary, I’m from HR.大家好 我叫玛丽 在人力资源部工作 Now I know we don’t get really like that, that automated.我知道我们不会这么机械化 But, we get so focused on just that.但紧张的时候我们只专注于那几句 My name, what do I do, boom, I’m done我叫什么 我是做什么的 说完了 and I can walk away.我可以走了 What I want you to do is,我想让你做的是 I want you to bring something really personal in. 把自己个人的东西展现出来 People really want to know who you are.对方会想认识真实的你 It’s about connectivity. 这样才能建立起互动关系 That’s part of the introduction because it’s not just the meetings.那是介绍的一部分 因为这不只是开会 It’s about someone you just met within the organization.还包括你在公司刚认识的人 It could be a client, could be a supplier, whatever that may be.可能是客户 供应商 无论那是谁 So, this is what I do我一般会这样做 Hi, my name is Andriana Girdler, 你好 我叫Andriana Girdler I’m a professional speaker 我是一名职业发言人 and a business productivity consultant.和业务效率顾问 I help organizations and people do what they do better.我的工作是帮助企业和个人提高效率 One thing that I love to share with you is对了 跟你说个好玩的事 we just got this amazing puppy!我们刚养了一只特别可爱的小狗 Her name is Yoko and I love her to bits.它叫Yoko 我实在是太喜欢它了 If you can do something like that, relatable, 如果你也能用类似的方法 建立联系 you’ll be amazed at how many people come up to you afterwards,你会惊讶地发现 有很多人主动跟你聊天 even just to talk about your new dog,哪怕只是聊聊你的新狗狗 but what a great way to connect.但这是很好的打开局面的办法 How do you introduce yourself in a professional setting?你在职场该如何自我介绍呢? Let me know in the comments below,欢迎在下面留言 I’d love to meet you.我很想知道你的故事 Focus on the other person.专注于对方 What do I mean by that in an introduction?这跟自我介绍有什么关系呢? Well, let me tell you. 让我来告诉你 It is really really easy that when we get nervous,我们在紧张的时候很容易犯这样的错误 we give our introduction and we continue,我们开始介绍自己 然后喋喋不休 we don’t even ask about the other person. 甚至不跟对方互动 So what I’d like for you to do is,所以我希望你做的是 as you’re giving an introduction,用简短轻快的语气 be short and sweet, 做出你的自我介绍 do something personal and then afterwards, stop!聊点个人的事 然后停下来 Ask a question to the person that you’re speaking to.对正在与之说话的人提个问题 Say,”So, how are you?”比如说 “你好 很高兴认识你“ “Can you tell me a little bit about you?”“能稍微介绍下你自己吗?” You’ll be amazed, that’s just that two-way conversation,虽然只是简单的互动对话 how it really opens up conversation.但是话题就这样自然的展开了 Because I’m sure you can recall times因为我相信你也遇到过这样的情形 when someone introduced themselves to you,在别人跟你做自我介绍的时候 and they just continue to talk他们只是不停地说 and didn’t even ask anything about you.却什么都没有问你 How did you feel?你的感受如何? Probably like, “hmm!”是不是觉得 “哼!” “didn’t even want to know anything about me.”“对我一丁点儿兴趣都没有” Not a great feeling. So don’t go down that road.很不爽吧? 所以尽量避免这种情况 Trust that you are enough. 保持自信 When we’re introducing ourselves sometimes to someone for the very first time,有时 在向初次见面的人介绍自己的时候 they may be really high up.他们可能是高层领导 We want to impress the heck out of them 我们想给对方留下最深刻的印象 because they’re really important.因为他们很重要 So, what do we do? We rattle off our CV.那么我们怎么做?我们赶紧背简历 Well, they don’t want to hear about your resume.但他们感兴趣的并不是你的简历 That’s just that, it’s what you’re doing, 简历只是简历 只包括你做什么 That’s not the point of the introduction.那不是自我介绍的重点 It’s to get a connection.而是建立社交关系 So, don’t worry about that.所以别太在意简历的内容 Trust that you’re enough.要对自己有信心 Have a conversation, explain who you are,跟别人聊聊天 讲讲你自己 explain how you’re gonna be helping out,说说你将如果效力 but don’t rattle off everything.但千万别喋喋不休 You know how you impress people?你知道该如何让人印象深刻吗? Not with the introduction of your CV,并不是你的工作简历 but you impress them by actually doing work 而是你的实际工作 and accomplishing things, and being accountable. 工作完成度和责任心 I have some really great videos on that, so, check it out.关于这点 我有很好的视频 敬请收看 For sure, trust in yourself.总之 一定要自信! Remember your business cards.随身带名片 “What?”“啥玩意?” “What’s a business card?”“名片是什么?” For your younger generation out there, 现在的年轻人 you’re probably going, “what the heck?”可能会问了 “名片是个什么鬼?” “People don’t do business cards!”“早就没人用名片了!” You will be surprised, business cards are still relevant.信不信由你 名片依然是有意义的 In fact, a lot of people who are more senior up, 事实上 很多高管 actually still use business cards.还是在使用名片 It’s kind of part of the culture.交换名片是商业文化的一部分 You introduce yourselves, you hand each other your business cards,握手寒暄 交换名片 and then, by the way, it’s a great way to have all the contact information.而且 顺便说下 这是收集所有联络信息的好办法 Now, I’m not saying it’s just about business cards.我也并不是说 交换名片是唯一的方式 It is really good to have a set 如果你需要见的人很多 if you’re being introduced to a lot of people.有名片还是非常方便的 But there’s other things like LinkedIn and LinkedIn apps 但也有其他的渠道 像领英网和领英软件 where you can actually swap information with people,你可以在这里跟其他人互换信息 and you can hook up with them on LinkedIn,取得联系也很方便 which is another way to get that information.这些渠道也是很有效的 Highly recommend you do those things, ASAP, 强烈建议你每次都第一时间 when you meet somebody.跟对方交换联系方式 But here’s a little trick and technique 这有一个小窍门 that I do with a business card, 是关于我如何处理名片的 because I do both, by the way,顺便说下 领英网和名片我都在用 is when I do get a business card,当我收到名片时 on the back, immediately, I put the date 我会立即在名片背后备注日期 and how I met that person 我如何与这个人见面的 and anything of special note and interest. 以及任何特别的备注和兴趣 Because it allows for me to remember them,这样即便过去8个月的时间 particularly eight months down the road,我仍能想起他们 when I find their business card, and I’m like,我不致于什么都想不起来 “where was that again?” “是在哪见到的来着?” So whether you use a business card or electronic version of some sort,所以不论你用传统名片还是电子版的 ensure that at the end of the day,确保在一天结束前 you put all that critical information in there.把关键信息备注进去 So that, down the road, you can revisit it日后查阅时 and spark your memory as to where you met that person.就可以激发你的记忆力 好似情景再现了 Now that you know how to introduce yourself professionally 学习完如何专业地介绍自己 and that people are gonna remember you.下一步我们要做的事 I want you to wow your boss.是让你的老板对你刮目相看 Take a look at this amazing download点击下方的视频链接 that you can get by going to the linkbelow.就能看到这篇精彩内容 Please like this video, subscribe to my channel 喜欢我的视频请点赞订阅 and share it with all the professionals at you know.推荐给你的职场伙伴 I would love to hear your introduction.分享你的自我介绍 Please write it in the comment below. 请在下方评论区留言 See you later!下次再见!
  • 2021-08-24面试小技巧:CAR叙述法Hello, my name is Lisa Thomson大家好 我是丽萨·汤姆森 and today we are going to talk about two things.今天我们来谈谈两件事情 How to use the CAR method to如何运用CAR方法来 structure your responses to behavioral interview questions规划行为类面试问题的答案 and how a CAR story spreadsheet还有就是 能帮你整理故事的 can be a useful tool to catalog your stories.CAR矩阵故事表 The CAR method structures your answersCAR方法是一种回答问题的结构 by discussing the challenge, action, and result它按顺序描述某个场景下的 of the situation you are describing, in that order.挑战 行动和结果 For the challenge, talk about the role you had,挑战部分:你要讲讲当时自己所处的角色 the company you were working for at the time,以及当时你工作的公司 and what made the challenge important.是什么使得这次挑战很重要 Challenges can be anything, from new business innovations挑战可以是任何东西 从业务创新 to making a process more efficient,到流程优化 to improving morale on a team.或是团队士气提升 They can be in the context of management, promotions,这些事情的发生背景可以是 and even failing at something.管理 晋升 甚至失败 Provided you can demonstrate that you learned只要你能说明你从中学到了东西 from the process and can make sure it doesn’t happen to your new employer.并确保这不会在新公司里发生即可 For example, we were working on a six-month contract比如说 我们正设法说服一个高价值客户 for a high-value client, when our agency merged签订一个为期六个月的合同 with another, larger firm.此时我们机构和另一家更大的公司合并了 It was my role to lead the transition for my group我的角色是带领我们小组转型 while also communicating with our client同时和客户保持联络 to keep the project on track.以维持项目正常运转 For the action, describe clearly and succinctly行动部分:简洁明了地描述 the specific actions you took.你所采取的具体行动 I set up weekly check-ins with the client比如 我负责召开与客户的周例行会议 to update them on the progress of the merger.向他们报告公司合并的进程 This cemented an important level of trust between us.这大大增强了我们与客户之间的信任度 I also had regular one-on-ones with each person on the team,我也定期和每个团队成员一对一谈话 both to assess how they were handling the change 既能评估他们在如何应对这次变化 and to make sure we would meet our deadlines.也能确保我们能按期完成项目 For the result, describe clearly结果部分:简洁明了地描述 and succinctly the impact you had.你所做的行为的影响 We ended up completing the project on time比如 我们最终按时完成项目 and meeting all of their specifications,并满足了他们所有的要求 which led to a five million dollar reduction in operating costs.减少了500万美元的运营费用 It was incredibly rewarding to我在这次变化中顶住压力 navigate a lot of change and succeed under pressure.并取得成功 实在受益良多 The key is to provide just enough information关键是要提供回答问题所需 to answer the question, and then stop.恰当好的信息 然后就停下 Try to keep your response under two minutes and aim for 尽量让回答保持在两分钟内 using 20 seconds for challenge, 80 seconds for actions给挑战分配20秒 行动分配80秒 and 20 seconds for results.结果分配20秒 Many people find that creating a CAR story spreadsheet很多人发现制作一个CAR故事表 is a helpful way to catalog their stories.会有助于他们对自己的故事进行归类 The CMC calls this a CAR matrix,CMC把这个称为CAR矩阵 a document with MBA competencies across the top这个文档的纵坐标则是MBA能力 and short descriptions of your CAR stories down the side.而横坐标是CAR故事简介 The MBA competencies we see most employers asking about我们看到 大多数雇主问的MBA能力 are analytical problem solving, communication, leadership, teamwork,是分析和解决问题的能力 沟通力 领导力 comfort with ambiguity, and initiative.团队合作能力 适应不确定性和主动性 Ideally, you should have at least two stories在理想情况下 每一个能力下 for each of the competencies.都应准备至少两个故事 If you’re struggling to think of 10 to 12 stories,如果你很难想到10到12个故事 make sure that you review all the bullets on your resume,你可以再看一下你的简历上所有要点 read past performance reviews, and think outside of professional environments 读一遍之前的绩效评估 跳出专业领域 to school or volunteering roles.考虑下学校和志愿服务的经历 Now that you better understand the CAR method既然现在你对CAR方法和CAR矩阵有了所了解 and the CAR matrix, practice your interview responses你可以通过这个框架 using this framework aloud.来大声练习你的面试对答了 You can do a mock interview with classmates,你可以和你的同学们模拟一次面试 set up an individual mock interview with your CMC coach,和你的CMC教练安排一场个人模拟面试 attend a group mock interview session通过CMC加入一个模拟面试小组 with the CMC, or record yourself using InterviewStream.或是使用InterviewStream录下自己的回答 Thank you for watching.感谢你的观看 If you have any questions,如果你有任何问题 feel free to reach out to your CMC team.你可以随时联系你的CMC团队
  • 2021-08-24如何挑选适合摆在办公室的植物?– [Narrator] This is your sad, lifeless desk.【旁白】这是你凄凉又毫无生机的桌子 And this is Rebecca Bullene.这是丽贝卡·布蕾妮 – Hi there.-嗨 您好 – [Narrator] She’s an expert in bring the outdoors, indoors.【旁白】她是一位培育室内外植物的专家 And an expert in biophilia.也是超热爱生命的专家 – It sounds scary, right?-这听起来有些唬人 对吧? – [Narrator] It’s basically just interior design using plants.【旁白】其实这主要是利用植物进行室内设计 Research shows that exposure to nature, even indoors,研究表明 与自然亲密接触 即使在室内 helps reduce stress and promote wellbeing.也可以帮人们缓解压力 提升幸福感 Rebecca is gonna explain how to choose and care丽贝卡将会讲解如何挑选并养护 for your office plants for sustainable good morale.你的办公室植物 让你保持好心情 (playful music)【有趣的音乐】 (bells ding)【铃响】 – The first thing you need to do when-当你决定将植物带入办公室 you decide you wanna bring plants into the应当做的第一件事 office is to assess your light conditions.就是评估你的光照条件 I’m a big fan of the Light Meter app.我是光度计这款应用的忠实粉丝 You can use it on any iPhone or Android在苹果或安卓手机上都可以用 and be able to assess how much light you have in your space.它能测出你所处空间有多强的光照 Oh,we’ve got about medium light here.噢 我们这儿测得光约为中等强度 One of the best ways to measure light is footcandles,最好的测光方法是采用呎烛光(光的照度单位) and it’s one of the easiest to understand.同时这也是最容易理解的方法之一 Low-light plants are plants that usually get about 30 footcandles.弱光植物就是那些得到约30呎烛光照度的植物 Medium plants are plants that need about 50 to 100 footcandles.中光植物指那些需要50到100呎烛光照度的植物 And high-light plants are usually plants that need 150 footcandles and up.强光植物常指光照需求大于等于150呎烛光的植物 – [Narrator] What if my office has more light than that?-【旁白】如果我办公室的光照更强怎么办呢 – Well, you might need to put some sunscreen on yourself,好吧 或许你需要给自己涂点防晒霜 not on the plants.而不是涂在植物上 (bell dings)【铃响】 Once you’ve determined how much light you have in your space,一旦你确定了所处空间的光照强度 you should really start to think about the care needs你就应该开始考虑需要花多少精力 of the plants you’re interested in.去照顾你感兴趣的植物 You don’t wan na choose plants that are gon na你最好不要选择那些 need a ton of care if you know you’re going需要你花很多精力照顾的植物 尤其是 to be out of work or taking weekends off.你即将失业或出去度周末 So it’s good to focus on plants that have low-maintenance needs.所以最好去关注那些养护要求不高的植物 The ZZ in particular is a really great plantZZ就是一种与众不同的植物 because it’s so versatile.因为它特别全面 It can take high-light and low-light, and it really survives in drought conditions.它能承受强光或弱光的照射 也可以在干旱条件下生存下来 The sansevieria is also a really great plant对于办公室的环境而言 for the office space.虎尾兰也是一种非常棒的植物 It can also be in high-light and low-light它也可以生存在强光或者弱光的环境中 and it’s also one of the best air-purifying plants.它也是能净化空气的最好的植物之一 So if you’re in an open office plan,所以如果你在一个开放式办公室里 it might be a great plant to keep on your desk.它是一种可以摆在桌面上的好植物 When you’re thinking about where to actually place your plants,当你在考虑该如何布置植物的时候 be sure you’re thinking through how you’re确保也考虑到 going to take care of them.在未来如何照料它们 Hanging something over a lot of electronics如果把植物悬挂在许多电子设备上方 where you’re gon na have to get on a ladder 你要爬到梯子上才能浇水 and water probably isn’t a good idea.这或许不是个好主意 (bell dings)【铃响】 Choosing the right vessel for your plant is equally as important as the plant itself.为你的植物选择合适的容器和挑选植物同等重要 You can choose a plant that has a drainage hole on the bottom你可以挑选一个底部有排水孔的盆栽 and it usually comes with a saucer to make sure通常也会附带一个托盘 you don’t spill water on your desk以确保不会把水洒在桌子上 or you can choose a planter that doesn’t have drainage on the bottom, 或者你可以挑选一个底部没有排水孔的花盆 but it’s really important if you’re choosing a planter如果你真的选了一个 that doesn’t have drainage没有排水孔的花盆 you need to include some kind of drainage material, like aeration stone.你需要准备些疏水材料 比如气化板 这是很重要的 One of the best planters you can use for your plant为植物准备的最好的一种花盆 is actually one that’s subirrigated.实际上是可以进行底部灌溉的花盆 By that, I mean that instead of watering关于这个 我认为这种方式不同于 at the top of the planter,在植物的上方浇水 you’re actually gon na fill the bottom with water你可以向花盆的底部注水 and so the plant can drink from the root system down below.这样植物可以通过根系从下方汲取水分 (bell dings)【铃响】 The single biggest issue对于办公室植物而言 for office plants is how to take care of them longterm.一件重要的事就是如何长期照看它们 If you’ve chosen the right plant for the light conditions that you have,如果你已经挑好与光线条件相匹配的植物 then it’s really all about the watering.那么能否养活它们就与浇水有关了 What you wanna avoid is what we call blind watering.你需要避免的 是我们所说的盲目浇水 That’s when you look at a plant and you say,那就是 你注视着植物 “Hmm,it kinda looks thirsty,” and you just water it.“唔 它看起来有点儿渴了” 于是就给它浇了水 That’s not really the way to water.这确实不是浇水的正确方式 You need to use more of your senses to figure it out.你要调用更多的感官去找到正确的方式 You really need to get comfortable touching your soil.你需要轻轻触碰土壤 It’s also how you’re gon na get some of the best benefits of biophilia.这也是你享受热爱生命的好处的一种方式 You really need to engage with your plants你需要与植物和它们生存的环境 and their environment.亲密接触 – [Narrator] So when can I expect【旁白】我什么时候可以期待 the stress reduction effect to kick in?植物减缓压力的效果呢 – As soon as you start appreciating your plants.当你开始欣赏你的植物的时候 (playful music)【舒缓的音乐】
  • 2021-08-24有个糟糕的老板我该怎么办?你曾经遇到过难对付的老板吗Have you ever had to deal with adifficult boss? 当你刚开始工作的时候 这可能有点困难This can be a little bit hard when you’re new to the job 因为你不知道做什么because what do you do? 你的老板可能不会给你足够的指示You could have a boss that is just not giving you enough direction 或是相反 他给你太多要求 让你不自在or it could be the opposite is giving you too much and it’s micromanaging you. 不管你怎么看Any which way you look at it, 跟了一个难对付的领导会让人不爽dealing with a difficult boss can be really sucky, 所以你是怎么处理的呢so how do you deal with it? 我是阿德里安娜·吉德勒 基石动力学公司的总裁I’m Adriana Girdler, I am president of CornerStone Dynamics 和生产力专家and a productivity expert. 在这个视频里 我将要和你们分享And in this video I’m going to share with you six tips 在工作中对付难缠的老板的六个技巧on how to deal with a difficult boss at work. 阿德里安娜·吉德勒Adriana Girdler 把事情做对Getting sh*t done the right way 更聪明地工作 而不是更努力地工作Working smarter, not harder 所以如果你的老板很难对付 你要跟他打交道So you have a difficult boss and you need to deal with that person, 我知道这会有多困难I know how hard it can be, 我记得我在组织机构工作的时候I remember when I used to work in organizations, 当你遇到一个很难相处的老板时 那有多难啊how tough it was when you had a real difficult boss. 但反过来说 当你的老板很好相处时But yet on the opposite side when you have a good one, 生活会很好过it makes life really easy, 但是那个难相处的老板真的可以让工作变为工作but that difficult boss truly can make work, work. 这不是我们想要的 我们想要玩得开心And that’s not what we want, we want to have fun. 顺便说一下我要让你们知道By the way I’m gonna let you know, 我有一份备忘表I got a little bit of a cheat sheet going on, 我一直在开会 我真的很想做这期视频I’ve been busy with meetings and I really want to do this video 因为在之前与客户的几次会议上because I’ve been coming across 我都遇到过这种情况during the last couple times with my meetings, with my clients, this particular situation. 所以我希望这期视频能帮助你And so I’m hoping this is really gonna help you, 所以我的第一条技巧so my number one tip 在和难相处的老板相处时真的很重要that is really important when it comes to dealing with a difficult boss. 那就是专注于你的工作Well, that is focus on your job. 你知道的 你不能控制你的老板做什么You know, you can’t control what your boss is doing 或者他们表现如何 但是你可以一直专注于你的工作or how they’re behaving, however you can always focus on your job 确保你是不折不扣地完成工作and ensure that you’re doing it to the letter, 确保你按照规矩完成了ensure that you’re finishing through, following through 并且清楚的知道你的规则和责任所在and being very clear with what your rules and responsibilities are. 这是非常重要的That is really really important 因为这至少可以确保你because at least it ensures that you are up to snuff 忠于职守 对得起自己的工资with your roles and responsibilities, inessence doing what you’re getting paid to do. 技巧二 不好意思各位 就像我说的我有一份备忘表Tip number two, sorry guys, as I said I’ve got my little cheat sheet here. 技巧二是知道对你老板来说什么是重要的Tip number two is know what’s important to your boss, 我是什么意思呢so what do I mean by that? 你有一个难相处的老板You have a difficult boss, 你必须了解一些心理学的常识you’ve got to do a little bit of psychological 101, 对那个人来说什么是真的重要的what’s really important to that person? 确保这是你最重要的事Ensure you make that a priority for you, 有时候它本身就是sometimes that in itself can be really the best way 让事情发展顺利的最好办法to kind of make things even keeled, 所以如果你的老板是一个微观管理者 很难相处so if your boss is a micro manager, then maybe doing that 那是因为他们觉得你不知道他们需要什么because they don’t feel that you really know what they need. 所以你要理解老板的意图 以打消他们的顾虑So if you start understanding and knowing your boss that may dissipate 如果老板没有给你足够的信息 理解他们and if your boss is not giving you enough information, then know your boss, 和他们进行一对一的交流understand that and book one-on-one meetings with them, 这可能会极大的改变游戏规则that could be a huge game-changer. 清楚地了解你的老板并且尝试着调整你的行为So really know your boss and try to adjust your behavior, 让自己的行为和上司统一so it is in line with how your boss behaves. 由此我们来看技巧三So tip number three in the grand scheme of all this is, 不要试着改变你的老板don’t try to fix your boss. 有时候我们有这样的习惯 如果事情不顺利Sometimes we have that habit, if things aren’t working well for us, 我们会想应该如何纠正对方how can we correct the other person? 这是不可能发生的 他们是你的老板 他们有自己的方式It ain’t gonna happen, they’re your boss, they have their own patterns, 如果他们是微观管理者 他们总会是微观管理者if they’re a micromanager, they’re always going to be a micromanager. 而如果他们着眼宏观 不给你足够的细节 猜猜会怎么样If they are kind of high level and they don’t give you enough detail, guess what? 你并不能改变 所以要知道这与你无关You’re not going to change it, so recognize that it’s not about you, 而是与他们有关 但不要尝试指正她们it’s about them, don’t try to fix them, 你不要这样做you’re not going to do it, 但是请看技巧二but going back on tip number two, 真正地了解他们并且理解他们的行为really get to know them and understand their behaviors 和他们的方式 适当地调整你自己的行为你就可以适应and their patterns and adjust your behavior a bit so that you can feed into it. 所以这两个技巧是相辅相成的So those two tips really go hand-in-hand, 我想告诉你的下一个技巧也同样重要Now the next tip I want to give you which is really important as well, 就是让你的视野和目标保持一致is stay aligned with your vision and goals. 在之后的视频里我讨论了这对第一印象来说有多重要In subsequent videos I actually talked about how important this is for first impressions, 也是针对那些刚进入工作的人来说的also just for who you are when you’re really new on the job, 你想要什么 你是谁What do you want? Who are you? 你的价值是什么What are your values? 这是始终如一的Stay true to those, 有一个糟糕的老板真的很糟糕it can be real shitty having a shitty boss, 但是你不需要担心这一点however don’t worry about it, 只要保持自己的本性就好just stay true to who you are 并保证你和自己是一致的and ensure that you’re aligned with yourself 因为你每天早上醒来都要对自己所做的决定感到满意because you have to wake up every day feeling good about the decisions you make, 你不能控制其他人You can’t control other people, 很有趣 像我之前说的interestingly enough, as I said before, 我说过我有必须I’ve had this experience I’ve actually had to go 保持自我的经历and be true to who I am. 我曾有一个老板很糟糕 简直难以置信I had a boss who was so shitty, it was unbelievable, 我深思熟虑还是真的很想辞职so much so that I was actually contemplating quitting the company 但这是一个很棒的有数不清的福利的世界50强的公司and it was an amazing company that had tons of benefits, top 50 list, 它有很酷的东西 像体育馆 令人惊叹的自助餐厅like it really cool things, like gyms and amazing cafeterias 我好像在最棒的地方工作 每个人都嫉妒我在那工作and it’d be like the best place to work and everyone was envious that I worked there. 然而 我的老板非常糟糕However, my boss was so bad. 在某一时刻我真的想要辞职I actually at one point was thinking of quitting, 这是多么糟糕的情况啊that’s how dire straight the situation can be. 你知道吗 真正帮助我度过难关的是保持自我You know what helped me out was to being true to who I am, 理解自己的一切 保持自我价值understanding what I’m all about and staying true to my values, 这真的有很大影响 我极力推荐给你们that was extremely impactful and I highly recommend it for you. 我想分享的另一个技巧 技巧五The other tip that I want to share with you, tip 5, is, 有时候你需要站在他们的角度sometimes you got to put yourself in their shoes, 有时候和不同水平的老板交流很糟糕 对吧sometimes bosses, again, different levels of shittiness so to speak, right? 有时候就像微观管理者Some are just like, too micromanagement, 其实他们是很棒的人 但是but they’re really nice people and others just again, 很棒但水平太高了really nice people but just too high level. 接下来我想分享的是很糟糕很糟糕的情况Then there’s really shitty shitty the situation and scenario I just shared with you, 但是让他们站在自己的立场上but put them in their shoes, 有时候只是人们不知道sometimes people just don’t know, 有时候他们只是真的很忙sometimes they’re just really busy themselves 这也是为什么他们只按照自己的方式行动and that’s why they’re behaving in the way that they are. 所以不要全盘接受So take it with a grain of salt, 了解一个人的本质understand the essence of the person, 有些人是真的很不错some people are just really good people 他们可能只是有自己的小怪癖and maybe they just have their little quirks 你正好不幸地要和他们打交道that you unfortunately have to kind of live with, 所以你要明白 试着站在他们的立场So figure that out, try to put yourself in their shoes. 一样的 这不是你的问题So again, it doesn’t feel like it’s about you 真的不是 是他们的cause it really isn’t, it’s about them, 最后同样重要的是Now last but not least, 从另一个角度看你是如何完成任务的take another look at how you’re approaching things, 我保证指出错误很简单it’s really easy to point the finger, I promise you, 因为是我们完成的 对吧because we’ve all done it, right? 老板 吧啦吧啦等等That boss, blah, blah, blah, 你知道有些情况是真实存在的吗and you know what is some scenarios it is true – 我的妈呀 真是让人反感holy smokes, that person really is shitty! 然而反过来说However on the flip side of everything, 有时候你真应该自审 这是我吗sometimes you really got to look inward and ask, is it me? 老板正在做的事情是有逻辑性的吗Is there some validity to why my boss is doing what they’re doing? 如果他们在微观管理我 是因为我表现的不好吗If they’re micromanaging me, is it because maybe I’m not performing? 我不是让你总是责怪自己So I’m not asking you to ever blame yourself 因为我敢肯定地说because I’m gonna say for sure, 确保你每一天都是尽力工作的ensure that every day that you’re at work, you do the best work 你会发现你都不像你了that you can do and you will know for sure that it’s not you. 但是有些日子并不好过However some days are just not good days 所以你需要问你自己 我达到标准了吗so you do have to ask yourself the question, am I up to snuff? 这是真的吗 还有其他真相吗Is this really, is there any truth to any of this? 我是因为没有做好自己的工作才被微观管理吗Am I being micromanaged because perhaps I’m not doing my job? 自审会对自己更加深刻了解Look inward, it is really insightful 并且这会帮你明白如何处理这些情况and it will help you understand exactly how to deal with those scenarios and situations. 关于这一点 这是我的六个技巧So on that note, there are my six tips. 我希望你们能从中获取一些价值I hope you’ve gotten some value out of it. 我知道在我的故事中 我曾用到的所有的这些技巧I know in my story, all of those tips, I’veused them in the past 都是非常有用的 还有另外一个技巧and they really were helpful, here’s a bonus tip, 关于我之前故事中讲到的那个令人反感的老板something that I had to do with the story I just told you earlier on about that real shitty boss. 最后同样重要的Last but not least, 我尝试着不去那里 但是有时候在这个需要合作的世界上and ideally I try not to go there but sometimes in the world, the corporate world, 你必须保护自己you do have to protect yourself, 把糟糕的事情记录下来document the hell out of things. 如果你真的有一个非常糟糕的老板If you have a super shitty boss who in your heart and heart 发生在你身上 因为这确实会发生do you know is out to get you because that does happen, 有些人确实会遇到 记录下来there are people out there like that, document. 记录 记录每一段对话 每一次会议Document, document every conversation, every meeting that you have 因为有一天你可能会拿出记录本because some day you may have to pull out that document 为了证明in order to show the proof that wait, 不是我的错 我已经完成了我该做的工作this is not me, I’ve done my due diligence, 记录本真的会有用 我需要去那里and it does help, I had to go there, 我真的需要把它带到人力资源部 这并不有趣I actually had to bring it to HR, it wasn’t fun 但是在我不得不选择走这条路时对我有很大的帮助but it helped me tremendously when I had to go down that road 我做这个视频的原因是想让你们不用走这条路and I hope you never have to go down that road which is why I do these videos, 我试着和你们分享I’m trying to share with you the things 当我在你们这个年纪刚踏入公司的时候有人能告诉我的事情I wish someone told me when I was your age and brand new in jobs. 所以在这件事上 我希望你享受它So on that note, I hope you enjoyed it, 请和你的家人 朋友 同事分享please share with your family, friends and colleagues, 并点赞give it a thumbs up, 点击下方按钮订阅我的频道subscribe to my channel with the button below 下一个视频再见and I will see you next time at my next video. 再见 拜拜See you later, bye!
  • 2021-08-243个建议助你走上职业生涯快车道旗开得胜 如果你刚毕业– [Narrator] If you’re just out of college 或是刚找到第一份工作or you just landed your first job, 你可能会渴望着升职you’re probably eager toclimb up that career ladder. 要记得好事多磨所以要有耐心Well remember that good things take time so don’t be impatient, 但是这有一些方法but there are a few tactics 能够帮你走上职业生涯的快车道that can help put yourcareer on the fast track. 第一 利他主义Number one, help others succeed. 如果你想得到上级重视If you wan na get noticed by upper management, 不要只顾自己don’t just look out for yourself. 帮助你的同事 获取额外利益Support your peers, go the extra mile, 免费分享并给予信任 做到极致and share or give creditfreely, almost to a fault. 相信我 你的无私奉献会有回报的Trust me, your selflessnesswill not go unnoticed, 当上级想提拔人的时候and when management is lookingfor someone to promote, 他们会挑选出一些they’re gon na pick the person that the rest 团队其他成员支持的人of the team can get behind. 眼光长远一些 不要只是在乎自身的利益So play the bigger game and don’t just focus on your individual success. 第二 给老板面子Number two, make your boss look good. 讨好你们老板最好的方法The best way to curry favor with your boss 不是要拍马屁或炫耀你的成绩is not by kissing their ass orshowing off your achievements 事实上那样做只会适得其反in fact those things oftenhave the inverse effect. 而是让他们在老板面前看起来不错Instead make them look good to their boss. 大部分公司 只有5%的任务是真正重要的See at most companies, only 5%of tasks are truly important, 其它都不是真正重要的the rest is just noise. 所以了解哪5%对你们老板最重要So ask your boss what that 5% is for them, 而后持续为他创造价值and then keep adding value to it. 所以到晋升时间 你老板的决定应该很明确Then when it’s promotion time, your boss’s decision should be pretty clear cut. 第三 敢于适当冒险And number three, take calculated risks. 很大程度上 能成为老板也是因为In large part, leaders arechosen because they are seen 他们在团队中是个创新者as innovators within the organization 也是为了在团队中实现创新and in order to innovatewithin an organization, 你必须要勇于打破现状you have to challenge the status quo. 不要一开始就提出激进的改革建议Now don’t just go in there and start suggesting radical changes off the bat, 要随着时间推移去了解团队get to know the organization over time, 想出使它变得更好的办法figure out how you couldmake it better, and then work 然后让老板采纳实施你的建议with upper management onimplementing your ideas. 那样的目标会使你的职业生涯进入快车道It’s that kind of ambition that often leads to career advancement. 最后 切记最重要的事情In the end, the mostimportant thing to remember 是要保持耐心 不能一蹴而就is have patience, careersare not made overnight, 它们需数十年时间 加油慢慢来they are made over decades, good luck.
  • 2021-08-24搞砸面试的三个字——“垫脚石”“你很棒 除非以后遇到比你更好的人”Would you marry someone who said, “You are great, 你会嫁给一个这样对你说的人吗?but only until someone better comes along?” 显然不会Obviously no. 敏锐的面试官会跟你有完全相同的感受But that’s exactly what prospective employers hear 如果你在面试时说了这三个字when you utter the phrase of death in any job interview. “垫脚石”“Stepping stone.” “说出这三个字 肯定把面试搞砸” 作为招聘经理 第一次遇到这种情况的经历真是永生难忘I’ll never forget the first time this happened to me as a hiring manager. 当时我经营着一份商业杂志 急需招聘几名编辑I was trying to quickly add editors to the business magazine I was running, 我注意到 其中一位求职者很有天分and there was one incredibly talented candidate on my radar. 最后 我把她请进我的办公室 滔滔不绝地描述这份工作的前景Finally, I got her in my office, and sell sell sell I did. 看来她也很感兴趣She seemed eager enough, 我就想 再问问那个经典问题就结束面试吧so I thought I might wrap it up with that classic question, 按你的职业规划 三年后你在做什么职位“Where do you see yourself in 3 years?” 她礼貌地回答说 很可能在某家银行的公关部工作“Probably in communications for a bank.” She replied politely. 我会很乐意换个行业“I’d love to transition to industry, 所以您这份工作会是我最好的“垫脚石”which is what makes this job such an excellent stepping stone.” 谢谢 下一位“Thank you. Next.” 别误会Now, don’t get me wrong, 实际上我很佩服那些精心规划职业生涯的人I actually admire people who think strategically about their careers. 做了7年的罪案报道之后After 7 years as a crime reporter, 我自己也意识到 我需要读个MBA 再做几年咨询工作I myself knew I needed an MBA and a few years of consulting 才能更合理地报道商业新闻before I could legitimately cover business. 我还建议自己的孩子到特定的公司上班And I’ve advised my own kids to work in certain companies 纯粹是为了学些技能just to gain skills. 并非每份工作都是值得付出终生的事业Not every job is a life-time commitment. 但也不能为达目的而利用自己的雇主But you also cannot be using employers for your own ends. 首先 它往往适得其反First of all, it usually backfires. 就算你没有提到“垫脚石”三个字 从而暴露自己的目的Even if you don’t reveal yourself by using the phrase “stepping stone”, 人们也会很快就意识到 你是个唯利是图的人soon enough you’ll be sussed out as a soldier of fortune. 此外 也是更重要的一点 就是On top of that and more important, 把每份工作都当做用以过河的桥 绝不是正确的生活方式it’s just no way to live treating every job as a means to an end. 那不是策略 也不是雄心壮志That’s beyond strategic. It’s beyond ambition. 而是唯利是图It’s just kind of mercenary. 所以 我除了要告诉你So look, I am not only saying, 面试时别说“垫脚石”三个字“don’t allow the words ‘stepping stone’ in an interview,” 我也想说 想都别这么想I’m saying “don’t even think them.” 就算你知道一份工作不会做到天荒地老Even if you know a job isn’t forever, 但只要他们还在给你发薪 就职业而言 那就是你的家it’s your professional home while they are paying you. 投入其中 竭尽全力吧Go in and give it your all. 只有这样 你才能和同事成为真正的朋友That’s the only way to make true friends with your colleagues, 赢得“具有团队精神”的名声earn a reputation as a team player, 说不定你每天都能实现某个更大的目标and hopefully do something every day that’s bigger than you. 或许你会离职 或许你不会Maybe you’ll leave someday, maybe you won’t. 但就算你离职了 你也能做到恪尽职守But if you do in time, it would be with integrity. 那才是值得做的事And that’s a step worth taking.
  • 2021-08-24如何系一条领带Welcome to the Gentleman’s Gazette!欢迎观看《绅士杂志》 In this video,在这个视频中 I’m going to show you how to tie the oriental tie knot.我将向你展示如何系东方领结 绅士杂志 东方领结 The oriental is called that way之所以称它为东方领结 because it’s one of the most popular tie knots in Asia.是因为它是在亚洲最流行的领结之一 Basically, the oriental is the easiest tie knot通常 东方领结是你能找到的 that you can find and it is also the smallest tie knot.最简单 也是最小的一种领结 I recommend using the Oriental tie knot当你的领带很短 when you have a tie that is very short或者你很高时 or if you are very tall, because that way,我建议你使用东方结 you don’t use a lot of tie material forming on the knot.这样你就不需要用很多布料来打领结 It is also great if you are a fan of small knots,如果你喜欢小领结 and let’s say you have the tie is rather thick或者你的领带比较厚 and you want a smaller knot,又或者你想要一个更小的领结 the oriental is the best way to achieve that.东方领结是最好的方式 In terms of the length of the tie, historically,说到领带的长度 ties in the 30s were very short.30年代的领带很短 They would reach up to your waistline or belly button.通常在腰线或肚脐上很多 Today they are often tied longer现在的领带通常系得长一些 but they should never extend past your waistband但也不应该超过裤腰带的位置 because you want to accentuate your face因为你想强调的是你的面部 and you want people to look in your face想让人看着你的脸 not down your body.而不是你的下半身 Especially when you wear a jacket,尤其当你穿夹克时 it does not look good领带下端 if your tie peaks out from underneath the buttoning point低于裤腰纽扣时 并不好看 so I always want to make sure所以我总是确保我的领带 that the tie is short enough足够短 这样一来 that you only see it on top, not at the bottom.你就只看领带上方 而不是下端 Otherwise, it looks odd and not stylish at all.否则看起来会很奇怪 也不时髦 The oriental knot is great if you want to wear collar pins,当配上领针 领条 或领夹时 collar bars or collar clips东方领结会更好看 because it is so small that something easily fits underneath here.因为东方领结很小 下方很容易搭配一些东西 If you want to learn more about these accessories,如果你想了解更多配饰方面的事儿 check out my collar pin video.请查看我关于领针的视频 If you want to buy these, click here.如果你想买这些 点击这里 The oriental knot works best with a classic collar东方领结和标准领 or a medium spread collar.以及中等八字领最搭 Right now, I’m wearing a medium spread collar现在我穿着的就是中等八字领 so either the tips could be further down to the middle,所以 要么领尖更低更靠中间一点 that would work. But it does not work这样搭配起来不错 但如果是 with a more spread collar or like a cutaway collar in more extreme.更宽点的衣领 或像一字领那样的 就不行 So, bear it in mind when you wear this know.当你系这个结时 请记住这些要领 Here’s how to tie the oriental knot.现在我来展示怎么系东方领结 The wide end is going to be much longer than the slim end.宽的一端要比窄的一端长很多 I usually have the slim end about a hand我通常把窄的一端系到离腰带 above my waistband or my trousers.或离裤子一手的距离 But it’s different with everybody但每个人情况不同 so you have to figure it out. Okay,所以你需要自己尝试 first the slim end goes on top of the wide end.首先把窄端压在宽端上方 Pinch it here and you bring it over once, like so.捏住这里 把宽端像这样绕一圈 Pull it slightly tight.稍微拉紧一点 Now you take this end, goes through behind the knot,接下来捏住宽端从结的后面穿过去 pull it up, pull it nice and tight向上拉 再适当轻拉调紧 then you take this end and get it through here.再将宽的一端穿过这里 You hold your knot while you pull it through gently.当你轻轻拉扯宽端时要握住打的结 Now your knot is a little thick现在领结有点厚 so what you do here to get a dimple,所以需要给它弄一个窝 pinch on top and pull through.从上面捏住 再拉下来 Always gently, gently pull要一直都轻轻地拉 and then you bring it up再把结拉上去 until you like the look.直到你喜欢的位置 Here you go, the Oriental knot.这就系好了 东方领结
  • 2021-08-24决定工作氛围的是企业文化吗很多人都认为 如果他们能在谷歌So many people think that if they could just get that job at Google or 脸书 特斯拉 高盛集团或亚马逊工作at Facebook or at Tesla or Goldman Sachs or Amazon, 如果他们能 在这些杰出的公司上班if they could just get that job at that great company 他们的生活会变得很精彩their life would be amazing. 当然我们会读到一些书籍和杂志And of course we read books we read articles we read magazines about 它们记录了脸书 谷歌或是特斯拉how amazing Facebook’s culture is oramazing Google’s culture is or 不得了的企业文化amazing Tesla’s culture is. 然而所有这些只是一个谎言And yet all of it’s a lie. 这就是人们并不关心他们为哪一家公司工作的原因 你会发现那些杂志和文章You will find that all of those magazines, 他们都是 为了吸引你those articles, they’re all designed to lure you in. 他们都是招募手册They’re all recruiting manuals. 它们都试图让你加入这些公司They all try to get you to come 因为它们的文化是如此精彩in because that culture is so amazing 然而一旦你加入这些公司 这种吸引力就会减弱 并且but once you join, that attraction fades, and the reality 你的工作呈现出的真实情况of what your actual work is going to be like 不像他们文化宣导所描述的那样 isn’t the culture. 而是你所在的团队 it’s the actual team that you’re on. 这就是你平时所处的工作团队It’s the local team that you’re on. 你所碰到的团队 你天天打交道的人The team in front of you, the people you bump into every day, 以及团队的领导the local team leader, 他们是你整个职业生涯中的they are the sun, the moon and the stars 太阳 月亮和星星of your entire experience at work. 只有你信任所处团队和团队领导的时候You will stay and you will be productive 你才会留在这个团队only if that local team and that local team leader 并且进行有效率的工作is somebody or a group of people you can trust. 而如果他们看到你最好的一面And if they see you for the best of you, 他们就会信任你they keep your confidences, 从而会支持你they have your back. 工作中团队内部关系胜过一切企业文化Those kind of local interrelationship aspects of work trump anything to do with culture. 所以当你试图加入一家公司时So, when you’re trying to join a company, 不要问他们的企业文化是什么don’t ask what their company culture is like. 不要问你能否拥有20%的私人时间Don’t ask whether youhave 20% personal time. 不要问有关休息室里睡眠仓的事情Don’t ask about the sleeppods in the break room. 这些都不重要None of it matters. 真正重要的是What really matters is 这个公司是否知道如何建立非凡的团队whether or not that company knows how to build great teams. 公司是否重视培训 培养和支持团队领导Does it place a premium on training and developing and supporting team leaders. 公司是否重视你能否得到那些Does it place a premium on you being trusted and supported 每天与你共事的人的信任和支持by the local people that you cometo work with every day. 而你与团队是否共处一地也不重要And it doesn’t matter thatyou’re co-located or remote. 团队工作并不受限于地理位置Teamwork isn’t the location. 而是一种感受Teamwork is a feeling. 这种感受That, of all things, 是你职场经历中最重要的部分is the most important part of your experience at work. 它不只是得之我幸It’s not a nice to have. 而是一种必需品It’s a must have.
  • 2021-08-24如何处理好职场人际关系?你是否在你的新工作中Have you picked up on some bad office politics 遭遇了一些不好的办公室政治at your new job 你是否想知道and you’re wondering 如何避免里面的雷区how to navigate through the landmines? 我是Adriana GirdlerMy name is Adriana Girdler CornerStone Dynamics的校长I’m president of CornerStone Dynamics 也是一个经验丰富的专家and a productivity expert. 无论你是一个公司的新人Office politics can be tricky to navigate 还是一个初入职场的新人whether you’re new to an organization 办公室政治都是很难驾驭的or let alone, new to the working world 在这期节目中我会给你关于在复杂的办公室政治and this video I’m going to give you five tips on 中生存的五个建议how to survive those tricky office politics. 建议一:不要站队Tip number one: don’t pick sides. 无论做什么Whatever you do 你都应该保持中立I want you to remain neutral. 把自己当成瑞典Think of yourself as Switzerland 那么 当有两个部门so when there’s two departments 互相对立 彼此抗衡that are pinning themselves against each other 也可能是有两个人or let alone two individuals, 如果你想对双方都保持you want to remain professional 专业及友好的话and friendly to both sides. 那你就要安于当下的工作环境Stay in that working environment 并专注你手头的工作and tasks that you have to do at hand 如果有些谈话涉及and if a conversation does go to where 人身攻击 像有的人说it’s the personal, like someone says, “我受不了那群销售 他们都不干正事儿”“I can’t stand sales, they don’t do their job” 或者“他们什么都不知道”or”they don’t know anything,” 不要在意 如果要回应你可以说ignore it and what you can reply back with is, 那我们能做些什么well what is it that we can do 引导他们直至成功所需的样子?in order to give training on what they need to be successful? 你真的必须稳妥处理并保持中立You really have to play it safe here and be neutral. 建议二:Tip number two: 你应该做记录I want you to document. 好吗Okay 只有在办公室政治变得非常糟糕的时候it’s only when office politics gets really bad 我才会这么建议建议that i really suggest this 但你或许会想要记录but you may want to document 哪些人参加了 他们赞成的是什么who is at meetings, what was agreed to, 时间和日期等what time and date that all of that happened 然后把它放入单独的文档里and just keep it in a separate file 因为今后最糟糕的事because the worst thing is down the road 就是有人真的跟你说了一堆when someone actually says to you, 你并不赞同的废话but we didn’t agree to this, blah blah blah, 然后办公室政治开始上演and then the office politics start to come into play, 而至少你此时you at least 还有有一些从专业角度have some documentation that indicates 进行的记录——from a professional standpoint: 那些大家都赞成的观点the agreement that everyone came to. 这真的可以化解一个充满火药味的局面It can really defuse a very ignited situation 并最终帮你保持中立and ultimately will help you to be neutral. 建议三:不要人身攻击Tip number three: don’t get personal. 如今的办公室政治有时真的很讨厌Now office politics at times can get pretty nasty 而每个人都会生气and people can get angry, 生气时说的话也真的很伤人they can say things that can be really hurtful. 此时不要和他们一般见识Do not sink to their level, 因为他们正在气头上they are emotionally charged at this point. 但你不一定也得跟着生气You don’t have to be. 记住 尽量保持中立Remember, be neutral as possible. 不要堕落到那个层次Now don’t sink to the level 并要意识到and also realize this: 就算其他人在生气 那也与你无关when someone’s really angry,it’s not about you. 是他们的问题 他们应该做个深呼吸It’s about them. It’s their issue so take a deep breath. 这里有一些很好的正念技巧There’s some great mindfulnesstechniques 我在另一个视频里说过I have in another video 这可以帮你解决这个问题 你可以看看that can help you through this so check it out. 不过记得深呼吸But take your deep breaths, 不要自责 要明白这跟你无关don’t take it personal and realize it is not about you, 这是其他人的错 而且最后it’s this other person and ultimately, 他们无论如何都应该为朝你嚷嚷道歉they should be apologizing to you anyway for the yelling 因为这是非常没有职业素养的because that is very unprofessional. 建议四:远离八卦Tip number four: stay away from gossip. 如今这个可能很好理解Now this may seem like a no-brainer 而且我知道你可能会说and I know you’re probably saying, 我当然不会这样做of course I wouldn’t do it, 但是 嘿 等一下but hey, stop. 我得告诉你 很多时候I’m gonna tell you, a lot of times 我们都可能掉进这个陷阱we can get caught in that trap 尤其当我们还是新人particularly when we’re new of 并且想寻找新的工作伙伴时trying to find our new work friends 因此我们可能会和一些and therefore hang out with people 爱八卦的人混在一起that perhaps are gossiping 而这些人我们应该敬而远之and that we shouldn’t be hanging around with 因为我们还不了解任何人but because we don’t know anybody we are. 公司里的人知道哪些是长舌妇Perpetual gossipers,people know them in the organization 而人们也会向长舌妇打听八卦and people call them out for it 所以你不要与这种品行的人so you really don’t want to be associated with 产生什么瓜葛individuals of that nature. 和一个能指导你的人Find people who you can hang around with 在一起 并远离八卦who will be your mentors and stay away from the gossip, 它不值得你费时费力it is not worthy energy and effort, 无论它听起来有多好no matter how good it may sound 它其实都不好 所以远离它it is not, so stay away. 建议五:选择积极的态度Number five: choose positivity. 生命中的美好在于 你有选择的权利Here’s the beauty of life: you have choice. 你面对所有事都有选择You have choice in everything you do 而在面对办公室政治的时候 选择积极and when it comes to office politics,choose positivity. 有的时候办公室政治Sometimes office politics, 会遍布我们四周if there’s a lot of it going around, 让我们感到失落 变得消极it could bring us down and the negativity 并开始沉浸其中 然后can start to come and play 我们陷入消极怪圈and then we spin into that negative cycle. 不要这样做Don’t do it. 选择积极 你可以的Choose positivity. You have a choice. 从不同的角度看事情Look at things in a differentperspective. 每个人其实都好Everyone ultimately is good. 没有人活着就是为了No one wakes up on purpose 找茬指责别人to blame somebody for something, 但这个真的会发生but yet that can happen. 所以 要以积极的态度面对事情So look at things from a positive standpoint, 要有同情心have some compassion, 给他人以基本的信任give people the benefit of the doubt 但也要做你自己 因为but be yourself because the way you 你对外界的态度会以十倍回到自己身上exude yourself comes back to you tenfold 所以选择保持积极So choose positivity 并且我向你保证 你也会感受到正能量and I promise you positivity will come back to you as well 我希望这些建议能帮助你I hope these tips help you 去处理所有你可能会遇到的办公室政治really deal with any office politics you may be coming across. 如果你有其它相关的建议 请在下方评论区留言If you like these tips please write in the comments below, “努力生存 蓬勃发展”“survive and thrive,” 因为这就是职场的真谛because that’s what it’s all about in the working world. 非常感谢Thank you so much, 想看下期视频请订阅我的频道until the next video please subscribe to my channel, 点赞并转发给你的朋友give it a thumbs up, pass it off to your friends, 家人和同事family and colleagues 我们下期节目见and I will talk to you next time. 再见!See ya!
  • 2021-08-24求职着装技巧去面试工作前So you have a job interview coming up 你要选择合适的着装and you’re trying to decide what to wear 同时要避免穿衣误区or maybe what not to wear. 通过这个视频 你可以学到三个简单的小技巧In this video, you’ll learn how to dress properly for 在接下来的面试中穿着得体your next job interview in three simple tips. 跟之前一样 如果坚持看完视频And as always if you stay with me until the end, 我会有特殊的奖励给你们I have a special bonusjust for you. 你好 如果你没看过我的视频Hi there, if we’ve never met before, 我自我介绍一下 我是希瑟·奥斯丁我的网址是ProfessorAustin.comI’m Heather Austin from ProfessorAustin.com 在这个频道里 我会教你一些简单的方法帮你成交生意and on this channel, I teach simple solutions to help you build a business 或帮你从事你喜欢的职业or launch a career you love. 如果你是新观众 可以点击下面的“订阅”键So if you’re new here, consider hitting the subscribe button down below. 在选择面试着装前Before we nail down the appropriate clothing for your next job interview, 有几件事需要注意there’s a few things to keep in mind. 在选择面试穿着之前 了解下该公司的企业文化Fist,research the company culturebefore planning your interview attire. 弄清楚你的面试Determine if the interview you’re going 会是比较专业严谨的on is in a more professional environment 还是没那么正式的or a more casual environment. 无论哪种情况 都要提前准备好面试要穿的衣服Either way, you’ll want to plan your clothing ahead 这样才能给面试官留下好印象of time so that you can focus on being prepared to impress your interviewer. 第二 选择时尚流行的职业套装second thing is to coordinated outfit that is modern and on trend. 这能体现你是个注重细节的人This will demonstrate your attention to detail and show 以及代表你关注行业动态that you are current in your industry 第三 确保衣着合体and then third, always make sureyour clothing fits. 如果在面试时 选了太大或太小的套装An outfit that is either too big or too small suggests 你可能会在面试时 时不时拉扯一下衣服in proper planning and may leave you tugging or pulling the entire time. 在面试时你要注意的是你的着装The last thing you want to worry about when answering interview questions is your attire. 所以我们还是继续谈谈So let’s jump into how to dress 如何在下次面试中穿着得体properly for your next job interview. 技巧一 穿着要正式Tip number one, dress professionally. 如果面试的场合更正式Interview you’re going on is more formal. 就穿职业套装Wear a suit. 颜色深点的套装可能是最好的选择Suits in a darker color are probably going to be the best bet. 可能深灰色或深蓝色的套装要比黑色的好很多Maybe something in a dark grey or a navy colors actually fare better 黑色套装在面试时会显得过于严肃和深沉than black which is a little bit harsh and overpowering for a job interview. 女性的裙子长度要For women make sure you wear a skirt that is 到膝盖 外套里的衬衫领口不要暴露knee length and a blouse under your jacket that has a conservative neckline. 想要穿有特色点的职业套装Bring more personality into your attire, 衬衫颜色可以选择流行的颜色try a blouse with a small pop of color 但颜色不能太鲜艳but nothing too bright. 男士可以在西装外套下面穿For men, we’re a white, a pale blue or a pinpoint 一件白色或浅蓝色的衬衫button-up shirt under your suit jacket. 想要增加个人特色 就搭配一条浅色领带To add personality, wear a tie with subtle color. 不要选择充满艺术特色的领带Avoid ties with themes, 但想要看起来气场更强大but to bring in more authority to your look. 可以尝试有小图案风格的领带Try a tie with a small pattern. 我有一个选择职业套装时的小技巧So here’s a bonus tip when it comes to selecting a suit. 如果你不够钱买职业套装If a new suit is not in your budget, 去逛逛当地的慈善机构try visiting your local good-will. 可能他们有出售二手职业套装Chances are they’ll have a slightly used suit there 你可将它们买下 并修改尺寸that you can purchase and have tailored 所需的费用比新套装要便宜一半for less than a new suit would cost. 现在继续我们的话题Now let’s talk about 如果你面试的场合没那么正式if your interview is going to be more casual. 或者你面试的过程没那么正式If the interview you’re going on is more casual, 你还是想穿得正式点you’ll still want to dress professionally. 这样的话 你可以不穿套装however you may not need a suit. 女性可以穿长裤羊毛衫 或长裤衬衫 外面搭配一件夹克For women, try dress pants with either a cardigan or a blazer over your blouse. 你还可以穿一条优雅时髦You can also wear a chic 的及膝裙搭配经典款的西装外套and stylish knee length dress with a classy jacket. 男性就穿卡其裤搭配白衬衫 也可以在上面穿件毛衣For men, wear khakis with a dress shirt and try some type of sweater or 或背心 增加穿着层次感vest to layer your look. 技巧二 要适可而止Tip number two,don’t overdo it. 一些业界人士不建议喷古龙等味道浓烈的香水some experts recommend not wearing any cologne or perfume at all, however, 而我还是喜欢面试时喷点好闻的香水I still like to smell good in an interview. 如果你想喷古龙或其他的香水 味道不能太浓So if you choose to wear cologne or perfume, wear it very subtly almost 最好是面试官和你拥抱时like the interviewer wouldn’t be able to 才能闻到你身上的香水味smell it unless they came in for a hug. 你应该也不想面试官被你身上的香水熏到You don’t want to overpower them with a fragrant smell. 不要打扮得珠光宝气的Also don’t wear a lot of jewelry. 女性不要戴那种比硬币还大的耳环For women, stick to earrings that are no bigger than the size of a nickel. 男性最好把耳环全摘掉And for men remove your earrings altogether If you can. 但能戴一只质地较好的表 已婚的就戴婚戒Instead, stick to a nice watch or a wedding band if you have one. 现在来说说发型和妆容Now when it comes to your hair and makeup. 简单打扮一下就可以Less is always more. 要化淡妆 不要涂有颜色的指甲油Keep makeup and nail polish neutral and minimal and 如果你是长发 就绑个时尚的发型if you have long hair,pull it back in a chic style. 技巧三This leads us to tip numberthree. 要特别注意你穿的鞋子Pay special attention to your footwear. 不管你信不信 你穿的鞋子能出卖你Believe it or not, the shoes you wear say a lot about you and 你穿的鞋子对你的第一印象很重要will make a significant first impression. 女性就穿经典款皮革低跟鞋For women,stick with a classic leather pump. 最好不露脚趾Preferably closed-toe and ifyou’re comfortable wearing skin tone 如果你习惯穿肉色丝袜也可以穿nylons you can add those as well. 不要穿细跟高跟鞋或鞋跟太高的鞋子Stay away from stilettos or shoes that are too tall. 这会降低你的品味This can cheapen your look and 最重要的是 你也不想看到自己摔倒the last thing you want to have happen is to trip over your shoes. 说实话 我个子较矮 我喜欢穿高跟鞋Trust me, I’m short.I love heels. 但在面试时 你要穿得保险一点but when it comes to an interview,you want to keep it conservative. 男性要穿搭配西装的皮鞋For men, wear dress shoes that match your outfit. 有鞋带或无鞋带的皮鞋都可以穿Try some type of leather shoe that is either slip-on or lace up 别穿运动鞋或看起来很旧的鞋子and avoid wearing sneakers or shoes that look worn. 这就是我给你们There you have it guys, 分享的三个最实用的面试穿衣技巧my three best interview attire tips. 所有坚持看完For all of those who are still watching 视频的观众and hung with me until the end, 我有额外奖励给你们I have a special bonus just for you. 是今天“面试穿衣技巧”的总结笔记It’s the Simple Guide to Dressing for your Next Job Interview. 简单易学 又很简短 只有一页的内容It’s an easy-to-follow, one-page cheat sheet, 你今天可以下载下来that you can download today and 当做你下次面试时的穿衣指南reference when you’re planning your next job interview outfit. 我会视频下面粘贴笔记的链接I’ll go ahead and link it up below. 现在我想知道So I have a question for you. 在我总结出的面试穿衣技巧和穿衣禁忌中What tip would you add to this list of something to wear or 你还有什么方法和建议要补充吗maybe something not to wear in your next job interview? 欢迎大家在下面评论和 和相互讨论Feel free to comment and connect with others below and 如果我的视频对你的朋友有帮助if you know someone that might benefit from this video, 请把这个视频分享给他们please feel free to share it with them 别忘了这视频下面点击“喜欢”Don’t forget to hit the like button below 如果你第一次看我的视频and if you’re new here, 不妨点击订阅 你就能看到我下一期的视频consider subscribing and I’ll see youguys in the next video.
  • 2021-08-24成为一个高效沟通者的三个技巧斯坦福商学院. 沟通大师的技巧箱领导者们是如何抓住你的注意力的. 技巧一 巧设框架. 所有的商业领袖在和别人沟通的时候There are three critical communication tools 头脑中都应该浮现出that every business leader needs to 三种非常重要的沟通技巧be thinking about as he orshe communicates. 首先要对自己所讲的内容有一个基本框架The first is to have structure to what it is you say. 巧设框架是至关重要的Structure is absolutely critical. 一个清晰的框架应该包括A wonderful structure to think about is “是什么” “为什么”和“怎么做”the “what”, “so what”, “now what” structure. 这个框架会帮助你传达观点This structure helps you convey a point, 教别人一些事情teach people things, 还有在某些情况下 说服别人in some cases convince them. 你应该从“是什么”开始You first start with the “what”, 这是你希望使人了解的重点that is the main point you’re trying to get across. 也许是一个你即将投入市场的新产品Perhaps it’s a new productyou’re bringing to market. 也许是一个你想要实施的新计划Perhaps it’s a new processyou’re trying to implement. “为什么”是解释这个东西为什么很重要The “so what” explains why it’s important, 不是对你这个说话者not to you, the communicator, 而是对你的听众but to the audience. 对他们来说 这个东西有什么价值?What’s the value for them? “怎么做”是你想让你的听众做什么And then the “now what” is what you want your audience to do. 有了这样的框架 可以帮助你的想法成型Having that structure helpsyou formalize your thoughts, 将你的信息整合起来package up your information, 并且帮你成为一个精炼的沟通者and it helps you as a communicator to be concise. 技巧二 多样化. 下一个必备的技巧是The next tool you need to have is 你在沟通中要注重多样化to have variety in your communication, 我所说的多样化包括很多不同方面And I mean variety in many different ways. 首先 你的声音应该富于变化First, you need to have variation in your voice. 我们都知道What we know is 声音单调的演讲者会令人无聊 丧失兴趣monotone speakers are boring and disengaging. 所以我们的节奏和音量So we need to have some variation 都需要一些变化both in our rate and in our volume. 其次 你提供的论据也要多样化Second, we need to have variation in the evidence that we provide. 无论什么时候 只要你去表达一个观点Whenever you make a claim, make an argument, 你都需要足够的依据支撑它you need to support it, 许多人 尤其是在商业领域 常用数据说话Many people, especially inthe business world, use data. 数据的确相当重要Data are critical and very important, 我也鼓励人们用数据说话and I encourage people to use data, 特别是在一个合适的语境中especially if it’s contextualized,if you give it context. 但能让你的观点更充实的方法还有很多But there are other ways ofsupporting your claims. 讲故事Use stories, 利用一些第三方的证明Use testimonials, that’s a third party voice. 解释一些概念Define terms 这些支撑你的观点的方法Those are ways that you can also vary, 也同样有多种多样的形式supporting your claims. 技巧三 改述. 我认为最后的这个技巧–改述的能力The final tool, I think every effective business communicator needs to have 应该是每个高效的商业沟通者所必备的is the ability to paraphrase. 在相当多的场合 改述都是一个实用的技巧Paraphrasing is a tool that helps in so many contexts. 比如For example, 如果有人提出了反对意见或者疑问if somebody is making an argument or raising a question, 然而他们并不清楚或不确定yet they’re very unclear and it’s not for sure 他们究竟要什么 请改述他们的话what it is they need, paraphrase. 你可以说 我觉得你想问的是…Say something like what I think you’re asking is, 或者我所听到的你的观点应该是…or the point I hear you making is this. 这样可以帮助他们明确自己的问题That helps solidify for them what it is they’re saying 并且也给你的回应提供一个出发点and it gives you a launching point foryour response. 同样的 如果你是在一个会议上Similarly, if you’re in a meeting 有人抛出了与你相反的观点and somebody is raising objections or 或者纯粹是挑衅 你可以去改述behaving rudely, you can use a paraphrase to say, 我听到了你的观点I hear what you’re saying. 你对这个事情很热心That’s something you’revery passionate about. 我下一步将要做的…What I’d like to do next is… 所以改述可以把话题从别人那儿转移到你想沟通的内容上So the paraphrase is a polite way to move from somebody else’s communication 而且十分礼貌to where you need the communication to go. 通过这三种技巧 巧设结构With these three tools,being structured, 多样的声音和论据having variation both in your voice and in your evidence, 利用改述and using paraphrasing. 你会在身处的很多不同的环境中 高效沟通You can be very effective in the many different types of situations you find yourself in. 斯坦福商学院.
  • 2021-08-24如何投资自己的第一桶金?规则Rule 嗨 大家好 我是《股票投资一号法则》的作者菲尔•汤恩Hi, you guys, I’m Phil Town from Rule One Investing. 今天我们探讨的事情相当重要And I wanna talk to you today about something that pretty important. 我们身边存在着很多问题You know, we get a lot of questions around. (比如)如果我没有本金该如何投资What should I do if I don’t basically have any money to invest? 如果我只有1000元呢?What do I do if I only have 1000 bucks? 这1000美元Is it worth it to begin investing 值得我去投资吗?if all I have is 1000 dollars? 我是应该等有了更多钱再去投资Should I wait until I have more money saved 还是现在就开始呢?or just jump in? 好吧 我的答案是Okay, so I think the answer is that 我认为你遗漏了一些信息that you’re missing a piece of information. 这不是何时投入或只有1000元的问题It’s not about jumping in or the 1000 bucks, 也不是要攒更多的钱it’s not about saving more money, 有了更多钱随后再投入的问题so you have more money and jump in with later. 而是要认识到It’s about recognizing that 生活中没有人教过你如何做好投资nobody in your life has ever taught you how to invest well. 也许在你的生活中There’s been nobody in your life 没有人赚过大钱who’s ever made a lot of money probably. 我是说 我就是这样子的 在我的生活中I mean, certainly that my case, I had no one in my life 没有人能告诉我该如何投资who can tell me how you go about actually investing money. 在这里我会告诉大家一些And so, I’m gonna tell you guys something really important here. 我认为你需要知道的事情I think that you need to know. 你要好好考虑考虑 和那些That you should think seriously about joining and extending family of people 懂得如何正确投资who do know how to invest properly, 或者那些85年来已经赚了几十亿美元的人接触了and who’ve been making billions of dollars for 85 years. 我们管这叫做第一统治家族 或者统治者家族We call this family the Rule 1 Family or the Ruler Family. 沃伦巴菲特是这个家族里排名第一的叔叔Warren Buffett is the No.1 uncle in the family. 沃伦叔叔教我们如何正确投资Uncle Warren has been trying to teach us proper investing now 已有五十年了for about 50 years. 每年And every single year, 沃伦叔叔会出来并且给Uncle Warren goes out and writes a letter to us, 家族里所有其他人写一封all of the other rest of the people in the family. 关于投资的最佳方法的信About the best way to invest, 网上加起来一共有40年的信there’s 40 some years of these letters stacked up online. 你可以就此开启学习之路You can start your education right there, 就通过阅读沃伦叔叔说的话with just reading what Uncle Warren had to say. 去Google搜索一下沃伦•巴菲特还有信Just go Google Warren Buffett and your letters, 那儿埋藏着投资信息的宝藏and there’s a treasure trove of investing information there. 另一件你可以做的事情是Now the other thing you can do 拜读其他叔叔写的书is read some of the books these other uncles wrote, right? 莫尼斯•帕特莱叔叔Uncle Mohnish Pabrai is… 莫尼斯是世界上数一数二的投资者Mohnish is one of the best investors in the world. 他掌管着十亿美元He’s managing a billion dollars 他写了一本书叫做《憨夺型投资者》and he wrote a book called Dhandho Investor, 讲述的是如何在钱不多的情况下正确投资which is how you start with a very small amount of money properly, 并且通过长期投资战略让资金增长and grow it by great long-term investing strategies 这也是帕特尔家族出名的原因that the Patel Family made famous. 帕特尔家族开始在美国打拼的时候几乎没有多少本金The Patel Family started in America with almost no money. 但40年后的今天And today 40 years later, 他们在美国拥有40%的酒店they have 40% of the hotels in America that they own. 所以投资和本金无关So it’s not about the money, 这关乎知识it’s about the knowledge. 另一个推荐给你们的是Guy Spier叔叔Another one I can suggest to you is Uncle Guy Spier 他写了一本书叫《价值投资者的教育》wrote a great book called The Education of a Value Investor. 这是一本现象级的书 你可以读一下That is phenomenal, and you need to read that, 他写的整本书都在教你he’s…he’s written an entire book to teach you 如何正确投资 无论你从1000美元还是100万开始how to properly invest, whether you are starting with 1,000 dollars or a million. 我也写了一些书And I wrote a couple of books, 它们都是在《纽约时报》both of them are New York Times No.1 best sellers, 排名第一的畅销书Rule No.1 and Payback Time. 同时 我会试着展示给你们看And I also, I’m trying to show you 这30年来我所学的东西what I’ve learned over these 30 years. 在家族惯例中In this tradition of this family, 就是我们所谓的统治者家族that we called the ruler family. 那么在我们开始思考用1000元做投资之前So before we start thinking about cranking it up with 1000 bucks, 首先要思考的是the first thing we gotta think about is, 我怎么了解正确投资的知识?how do I get the knowledge I need to do it right? 我应该把钱投在哪里来获得最大化回报?Where should I invest my money to maximise my return? 除了用少数钱投资的情形外Are there any other places I should invest money besides stocks 还有其它可以投资的领域吗?if I’m starting with a lower amount? 那么 我觉得关键在于知道Well, I think the key thing to understand is that 我们用于投资的钱产生收益了we make money on our investment capital. 如果我们以一个合算的价格谈了一个很棒的生意If we’re buying wonderful businesses, and we buy them on sale. 然后当我们确定我们有足够的资金后And we make the money when we’re certain 我们就有了我们认为我们该有的that we have what we think we have. 查理•芒格说过 在投资时主要有四件你需要关注的事Charlie Munger says that there’re basically 4 things you gotta focus on. 第一 确信你足够了解No.1: be sure you’re capable 你即将投资的生意of understanding the business you’re getting into. 第二 确信No.2: be sure that 这个生意有所谓的护城河的东西this business has this thing that we call it a moat, 就是它有一些注入生意本身的内在特质that it has some intrinsic characteristics built into the business itself, 比如铁轨是铁路的一部分like railroad tracks are a part of a railroad. 一些深深嵌入生意里的 能够帮助它们抵御竞争的事Something deeply embedded in it that protects them from competition. 同时确保管理团队里的成员是有价值的Also make sure that the management team are people who share your values 正直的 有才的that they have integrity, that they’re talented. 然后最终And finally you gotta, you just, 你不可以为某样东西不断地投钱you can’t pay an infinite amount of money for something. 你得为了出售而持有一部分流动资金You have to buy it on sale. 我们把它称为安全边际采购We call that a marginal-safety-purchase price. 那么 你如何通过投资So, you know, how do you invest your money 让收益最大化呢?to maximize your return? 很明显 你用5美元买了价值10美元的东西Obviously, you buy $10 bills for $5. 并能一直这么操作And you do it over and over and over again. 有时我们会用这种方法买公司We buy companies sometimes we get them for, let’s say, 公司原值是45美元 然后某件事发生了the company is originally 45 dollars and then something happens 我们称之为事件以便理解that we call an event that we can understand. 我们可以在市场上用15美元买到那家公司We can buy that company in the market for 15 dollars, 然后一年后and you know a year later, 价格回升到30 40或50it’s back to 30 or 40 or 50. 这是最好的情况This is the best way. 我意思并不是这些回报是常态I’m not saying these returns are normal, okay? 让我们实事求是Let’s ge…Let’s get our feet on the ground, 一个不错的年回报率是15%a great rate of return would be 15% a year. 所以你得开始思考So you have to start thinking, 我现在以很少的本钱起步“Okay, I’m starting with a very little money, 我一年可以赚15% 如果我操作得非常好 我会赚25%I’m making 15%. If I’m doing really good, I’m making 25%. 如果我大发了一笔财You know, if I’m just killing it, 我可能会赚40%I might be making 40%. 你想想看沃伦巴菲特You think it about Warren Buffett 这几年来年收益是50%was making 50% a year for several years, you know. 而且他说他可以在今天只有100万美元的情况下也轻松赚到这么多钱And he says that he could easily do that today with a million dollars. 那么 用1200亿美元赚相同比例的钱就更难了So, a lot harder to do it with 120 billion. 所以投资真的和你起步的本钱无关So it’s really not about the amount you’re starting with, 这取决于你使用的策略it’s about the strategy you’re using. 策略会让资金随着时间持续增长That’s going to continue to grow that pile over time. 这就是我想传授给各位的东西And that’s what we wanna teach you guys. 用一小笔钱投资的战略和Is the strategy for investing the same 用一大笔钱投资的战略是一样的吗with a smaller amount of money as it is for a larger one? 好吧 当我们用真的很小的一笔钱起步时Ok, so, when we start with the really smaller amount of money, 我得说其实战略是非常不一样的I have to say that the strategy is actually pretty different. 我插一段题外话I’m gonna…I’m gonna…I’m gonna come off the storyline here a little bit, 告诉你 为什么当你用不同数量的钱起步时and just tell you that, it’s actually pretty different 采用的战略其实是非常不同的when you’re starting with a small amount of money. 额 我经常对学生说Em…I mentioned that, to our students that 你们应该读莫尼斯•帕特莱写的you should read a book by Mohnish Pabrai. 一本叫做《憨夺型投资者》的书It’s called the Dhandho Investor, D-H-A-N-D-O. 这是一本关于帕特尔家族是如何在酒店行业发大财的书It’s…It’s a book about how the Patel Family built their hotel fortune. 这个家族名下拥有美国40%的酒店They owned 40% of the hotels in America. 20世纪60年代早期一位家族成员在美国And with one family member in America in the early 1960s, 用大概10000美元的本金起步并且发了大财they started with like $10,000 and built that fortune. 关键在于他们知道自己只用一小笔钱起步The key was that they knew they were starting with a small amount of money 如果赔了 还有机会翻身that if they lost it, they could replace it. 所以我的回答是 总的来说So here’s my answer, that in general, 投资策论都是一样的our investing strategy is always the same. 好吧 千篇一律Okay, it’s always the same. 但是当我们用一小笔钱起步时But when we’re starting with a small amount of money, 我们会变得更加激进we’re going to be more aggressive. 因为如果亏本了Because if we lose it, 我们总是可以重头再来we could always go back 奋斗个2到3年然后把钱赚回来 对吧?and work for 2 or 3 years and earn it back. Right? 我意思是 亏5000美元I mean, if you lose $5,000, 然后赚回本 比亏5百万美元it’s a lot har…easier to replace it 赚回本更容易than if you lose $5,000,000. 那么我们从一小笔钱起步吧So we gonna start with a small amount of money. 我们得做激进一点的投资We gonna do some a little bit more aggressive investing. 我们得冒一点可能之前没有冒过的险We gonna take a few chances that we might not have taken, 如果我们用一大笔钱起步if we’re working with a large amount of money. 那么就有点不一样了So yeah, it’s a little bit different. 各位一定要记住 就像巴菲特说的Remember you guys, just like Buffett says, “风险来源于你对所做之事的无知”“Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.” Ok? 所以如果你没有看过我其它的So if you haven’t seen any of my other videos 关于如何掌控财务的视频about how to take control of your finances, 赶紧去看看吧you know, get a grip on it. 然后开始投资And then starting investing 理解投资和赌博 或者说投机的区别and understanding the difference between investing and gambling, or speculating, 然后仔细想一想then take a look. 如果各位想听听我的评论So now you guys are loved to hear from me. 我会在下面的评论区回答So answer this question down in the comments below. 你是否还在犹豫要不要开始投资Have you ever held yourself back from beginning to invest 因为你很害怕 很恐惧because you’re afraid, because of fear? 我意思是要么害怕亏本I mean fear either losing money 要么没有足够的本金去赚钱or not having enough money to make any real profits? 那何必呢?So why bother? 畅所欲言吧 在下方评论Fire away, put some comments down below, 我肯定会来看一下你们的回答的and…er…and I’ll be sure to follow up with you. 如果各位喜欢这个视频So you guys if enjoyed this video, 如果你觉得这个视频you…you kind of feel it was valuable 可以教你更多投资的东西in teaching you more about investing, 那么订阅我的频道吧 并且和你的朋友then subscribe to my channel and share the video with your friends 或者其他可能受益的人分享这个视频or anybody else who might benefit from this information. 我们正在开启一场革命 并且需要你们的帮助We’re out here to do a revolution. We need your help. 顺便提一下 为了学习更多关于如何投资的东西And by the way, to learn more about how to start investing, 下载我的免费快速开启指南吧 它很好用just download my free quick start guide. It’s awesome. 点击屏幕上或者简述里的链接就好了Just by clicking the link on the screen or in the description. 感谢收看 各位 现在开始投资吧So thanks for watching, you guys, now, go play.
  • 2021-08-24优秀的领导是无价的大家好 我是Brian TracyHello, I’m Brian Tracy, 我想谈谈为什么好的领导者对公司至关重要and I want to talk about why good leaders are invaluable to a company, 甚至是不可或缺的actually indispensable, 但是糟糕的领导者将拖垮一个公司but bad leaders will destroy a company 正如今天你所看到的 这样的事一直在发生as you see it happening all the time today. 那么好的领导力和差的领导力的区别是什么呢?Now what is the difference between good leadership and poor leadership? 关于这个问题 我写了几本书和几篇文章Well, I’ve written several books and articles on this 并且在六十八个国家的一千多场研讨会上讲授过关于领导力的内容and I’ve taught more than a thousand seminars in 68 countries on leadership. 从根本上说 领导力是获得成果的能力And the bottom line is that leadership is the ability to get results. 这就是它的含义 也就是说 你可以成为一个没有追随者的领导者That’s what it is, which means that you can be a leader with no followers. 如果你有能力取得成果If you are responsible for getting results, 这将为你打开更多的门that will open more doors for you than anything else. 但是第二个定义是 领导力是But a second definition is, leadership is the ability to 要通过其他人才能做出成果的能力get results through other people. 换句话说 就是挑选合适的人In other words it’s to select people, 委派他们it’s to delegate to them, 把他们组织起来it’s to organize them 鼓励他们做出你需要的成果and it’s to encourage them to get the results that you need. 成为一名好的领导者的好处是The wonderful thing about being a good leader is that 你会成为一个乘号you become a multiplication sign. 如果你是个糟糕的领导者 你会成为一个除号If you’re a bad leader, you become a division sign. 你知道这意味着什么And you know what that means. 乘号的意思是 你乘以另外五个人A multiplication sign means, you multiply times five other people 相当于十到十五人的生产力equals the production of 10 or 15 people. 这就是管理学中的协同效应It’s called synergy in, in management science. 但有时候 我们都看到过的糟糕领导But sometimes a bad leader, which we’ve all seen, 是除号is a division sign. 他们把自己作为被除数They take themselves and divided 成了其他人瓜分压榨的核心times at the fry core through the other people. 他们实际上降低了团队的整体表现They actually reduce the overall performance of the group 并将其降到最低限度and get it down to a bare minimum. 有时仅仅是带来了一个新的领导Sometimes just bringing in a new leader, 一个善于激励和调动人们积极性的人a person who inspires and motivates people, 就能显著提高生产力can dramatically increase the productivity. 优秀领导者有特殊的品质Now good leaders have special qualities. 我一直在讲的我最喜欢的三个特质My three favorite qualities, which I talk about all the time now, 与思考力有关have to do with thinking skills. 第一个他们需要拥有的思考能力The first thinking that skill they have 是我们称之为is thinking we call the difference between 快速考虑和慎重考虑的区别thinking fast and thinking slow. 顶尖领导者对重要因素都会深思熟虑Top leaders actually think slowly about important factors. 在我关于时间管理的工作中我发现What I have found in my work in time management is that 最重要的是这两个字: 后果the most important word is the word: consequences. 这两个字的意思是What that means is that 有些事非常重要something is important to the degree to which it has 它会对其产生重大的潜在后果big potential consequences; 有些事情不重要something is unimportant to the degree to which it has 它产生的潜在后果很小 甚至没有low or no potential consequences. 快速思考是一种自发的Now fast-thinking is the kind of thinking that’s automatic, 直觉的 本能的思考intuitive, instinctive and so on. 这有点像当你开车穿过车流快速移动时It’s sort of like the thinking you do when you’re driving a car through traffic, 的下意识思考you move quickly. 慎重考虑是Slow thinking 当你考虑一些is what you do when you’re thinking about something 有重大潜在影响的事情时所做的思考that has big potential consequences: 公司目标 雇人company goals, hiring people, 分配职责assigning responsibilities, 选择哪些产品或服务choosing which products or services to offer 在哪个市场上市in which markets to go after, 选择花多少钱或省多少钱choosing the amount of money that you spend or don’t spend. 因此慎重思考是伟大的领导者所做的And so slow thinking is what great leaders do 不重要的事 而这些unimportant issues that have 会产生巨大的潜在后果large potential consequences. 还有第二种思考类型Now there’s a second type of thinking 来自于哈佛五十年的研究that comes from 50 years of research at Harvard, 叫做长期思考和短期思考and it’s called long-term thinking versus short-term thinking. 研究发现And what the research found 在你长期思考所花时间的多少was that there’s a direct relationship between how much time 和在你生活中的经济增长速度you think long term 有直接的关系and how rapidly you move up so so economically in your life. 我曾经和顶尖的领导者共事过 他们从一无所有I have worked with top leaders who started with nothing 到建成市值几亿甚至数十亿美元的商业帝国and built businesses worth hundreds of millions and even billions of dollars. 当我和他们待在一起When I spent time with them I find 我发现不管有什么重要的决定 他们会缓一缓whatever there’s an important decision, they pull back 并说: 让我考虑一下and they say “well let me think about this for a while”. 几年前 我结识了一个良师益友Some years ago I have a mentor, 当我离开他去一个不同的国家时 他给了我一本小册子and when I left him in a different country, he gave me a little booklet 他说 这本小册子是他人生的指南 我现在还留着它which he said had he had used as a guide all his life and I still have it. 这本小册子叫做《花时间去领悟》And it’s called Take Time out for Mental Digestion, 他说 只要有可能and what he said is that, whenever it’s possible, 推迟做重要决定的时间delay making an important decision. 花点时间去消化Take time out to digest and sort of 在大脑里反复考量你的决定let the decision turn over in your mind. 圣地亚哥的一位经济学教授最近写了一本书 书上说到:A business professor wrote a book recently in San Diego said that: 他们说你做决定花的时间越长the longer you take to make a decision, 这个决定从长远角度看就越好the better, that they say, the decision will be in the long run. 这是长期思考This is long-term thinking. 在我的研讨会上 我教授目标的重要性Now in my seminars, I teach the importance of goals. 如果你有五年和十年的目标If you have five-year and ten-year goals, 你要做的是看看今天你在做的什么what you do is you look at what you’re doing today 确保你今天做的每件事and you make sure that everything you’re doing today 和你五年或者十年后你想要的是一致的is consistent where you, with where you want to be in five or ten years. 这是重要的技巧之一This is one of the great skills. 最后一个思考技能是 知情的思考和不知情的思考The final thinking skill is informed thinking versus uninformed thinking. 我发现杰出的领导者在做出慎重的And what I have found is that really excellent leaders take a lot of time 长期决定前 花了大量时间to get all the information before they make 去获取所有信息 你也应该这样a slow long-term decision, and so should you. 好的 非常感谢你的收看Well, thank you very much for watching. 如果你喜欢这个视频If you enjoyed this video, 请订阅我的频道 please subscribe to my channel by 点击屏幕上的按钮clicking on a button that appears on the screen 我们会发送给你更多的内容and we’ll send you some more stuff.
  • 2021-08-24PPT中的“对齐”大家好Hey there. 罗伯托问我如何让所有内容完美地对齐Roberto asked a question about making everything 我将为你们演示一些例子perfectly aligned and I’llshow you a few examples. 让我先把这张幻灯片弄乱Let me mess up this slide 然后告诉你们and show you what can be done 如何使所有内容完美地对齐to make this everything perfectly aligned. 好的 我会把这里弄乱一点Ok. I’ll mess this up just a little bit. 咱们将它称为我的模型吧Let’s say this is my mockup. 它就是我的参照物I want it to have something like that. 这些对象是一组的 所以它们的尺寸相似Those objects are grouped, so they are similar in size 然后这些图标也是一组的and also those icons are grouped 所以它们有着同样的大小so they are exactly the same size. 我们唯一需要知道的是The only thing you need to be aware of 要用到“版式”和“对齐”菜单is to go to format and work with the align panel. 在“对齐”菜单中 先忽略这些选项In the align panel, apart from those options, 我们要用到的是这两个重要的选项you have something very important. 即“对齐幻灯片”和“对齐所选对象”You have Align to Slideand Align Selected Object. 现在我用Shift键选中这四个对象If I will, with my shift key,select those four objects, 然后打开“对齐”菜单 选中“对齐所选对象”then I will go to Align and select Align Selected Object, 因为我想让这四个对象彼此对齐they will only align between each other. “对齐”菜单里的所有选项Every option I hit here will realign it 都有让所选对象对齐的功能between each of them. 所以我要为你演示如何将它们水平地散布开来So let me show you if Idistribute them horizontally, 现在这四个对象之间的间隙是相等的those spaces between them will be equal, 但是我想要把这张幻灯片的右侧边距but I want it to have equal spaces from the side of the slide 左侧边距and from the left side of the slide 还有这里 都调成一样的距离and those spaces. 这就是你得用到“对齐”菜单中的“对齐幻灯片”选项的原因That’s why you have to select Align Slide. 一旦你选中后Once you have that selected, 你会看到复选框里有个勾 表明你已选中该选项you can see the View icon here, the selected icon. 现在如果我选中“横向分布”Now if I distribute them horizontally, 这些对象就会等距散布开来they will distribute perfectly 然后这里 这里 这里 这里and the spaces here, here, here, here, 还有这里的间隔就完全相等了and here will be perfectly equal. 你会看到它们怪怪的You can see they are now pretty weird, 那么我们就要进行另一个对齐so you have to do another alignment. 只需点击“对齐”菜单 选中“上下居中”就好You have to hit Align and simply align the middle. 这样它们就会全部居中排列They will go into the middle, 而且会等距散布but they will be super equally distributed. 更简单的方法就是我使用“底端对齐”这个选项It will be easier maybe if I aligned the bottom, 然后按住Shift键 单击并将它们拖拽上去then with my shift key I will click and drag them up. 现在如果我用这种方法对齐一下这4个图标Now what will happen if I will align those 会发生什么呢?four icons the same way I aligned those? 它们会变成一样吗?Will they be the same? 这种对齐方法也适用于这里吗?Will they be perfectly about them? 一起来看看吧Let me show you. 我们点击“对齐”菜单后If I select align and I can see 会看到“对齐幻灯片”这个选项that I have Align to Slide, 这个选项我待会要用到which is the way I want to go. 现在我们先来散布一下它们And if I now distribute them, 但选中“横向分布”后distribute them horizontally, 你会发现根本不起作用you can see something is off. 为什么“横向分布”选项在这里不起作用呢?Why are they not perfectly above those objects? 是这样的Look at that. 这个对象的尺寸这么大This object has such a size and 而这个图标的尺寸却很小that icon has only such a size. 所以对这个选项来说So the way this option works, 只有在这里 这里 这里 这里和这里才能制造等距效果it’s making equal sizes here, here, here, here and here, 而我刚才对齐的是整个幻灯片because I’m aligned to the entire slide. 那么如果我想让这些图标和下面的对象完全对齐If I get them to be perfectlyaligned between those objects, 我会选中第一个图标I will select the first object and PowerPoint的逻辑规定with help of PowerPoint, 我要对齐第一个图标I will align it with the first object. 然后我还要对齐最后一个图标I will take the last object, 这样PowerPoint的对齐指令才能生效because this is how PowerPoint works. 现在我们对齐了第一个和最后一个图标It takes the first and last object. 然后我会选中第一 第二 第三 第四个图标Now I will select the first, second, third, and fourth 然后我们不能用“对齐幻灯片”选项and instead of aligning it to slide, 要用“对齐所选对象”选项I will Align Selected Object. 而“对齐所选对象”这个选项工作时This option, Align Selected Object, 是以第一个和最后一个图标为参照的works with the first and last objects 它会计算这些图标之间的间隔and it calculates the spaces between them. 接下来我要选中“横向分布” 还有“上下居中”Now I will select Distribute Horizontally, Align Middle. 现在我可以确定这些图标的位置恰如其分了Now I can be sure that they are perfectly here, 我们不能把幻灯片的边距也算上not taking into account the slide, 因为这个执行命令的考虑范围仅限于because they took only the first object 第一个图标和最后一个图标之间and the last object into account. 我再为大家演示一个对齐小窍门I want to show you one more trick which you can do. 这个小窍门可以不用“对齐幻灯片”选项if you don’t use the alignment to slide. 首先我要点击“插入” 插入“形状”I will go to Insert, Shapes. 我先插入几个形状I will insert several shapes and I want them to be 然后我想将它们在两个形状之间等距散布distributed perfectly between two objects. 我把第一个形状放在这里I will select the first object, here. 把第二个形状放在这里I will select the second object, here. 然后我选中所有形状 看看会发生什么Now I select everything and watch what happens. 打开“对齐”菜单 我们要用到“对齐所选对象”Align, hit Align Selected Object. 它的工作原理是以第一个和最后一个形状为依据的So do the first and do the last object. 我先选中“横向分布” 现在它们并不是水平分布I will distribute them horizontally,now they are not equal. 然后点击“对齐”菜单 选中“上下居中”Align Middle and boom. 现在所有图形都以第一和最后一个图形为基准Everything was aligned perfectly 整齐地排列开来to the first and last object. 需要注意的是 如果这些图形距离太近 就像这样Be careful though, because ifthey are closer, like that, 它们可能会因为间距过小而重叠we might not have enoughspace so they will overlap. 然后我选中“横向分布”If I click Distribute Horizontally, 你会看到这些形状距离更近了you can see it’s closer. 再一次点击“对齐”菜单 选中“横向分布”Align, Distribute Horizontally, 它们现在已经重叠了they are overlapping now 这是因为图形之间的间距太小because they have no space for each other. 那么 你偶尔会用到这个小窍门This is a bit tricky sometimes but 你可以全部选中you can always select everything, 点击“对齐”菜单 选中“对齐幻灯片”Align, Align to Slide, 或者点击“对齐”菜单 选中“横向分布”Align, distribute them again, 这样它们就能等距散布于幻灯片上了and they are perfectly distributed across the slide. 我希望这个方法可以对你有所帮助I hope this helps a lot and it’s super simple 它能让你非常容易地创建一些对齐形状to create something like that. 如果你想要更快速地创建选项If you want to work quicker, 你可以把“对齐”菜单放到快速访问工具栏里you can also add the align tab, here. 我会选中这些对象I would select those objects, 然后按Alt键+6键+M键I would press alt, I would press six, and I would press M 这样就能居中对齐了to align the middle. 你可以通过右键单击“对齐”菜单For example, you can do this by clicking on Align, 把“对齐”菜单添加进快速访问工具栏里right clicking on it and addingit to quick axis toolbar. 以上就是今天的内容 希望对你有帮助This is it, I hope this helps. 谢谢罗伯托的这个提问Thank you Roberto for this question 希望这个教程能够对大家有所裨益and I hope this tutorial did help you.
  • 2021-08-24如何进行有效的会议嗨 我是布莱恩·崔西Hello, I’m Brian Tracy. 会议是机构运行中核心的一部分Meetings are an essential part of a life of every organization. 而使用管理技能开有效会议的能力And your ability to run effective meetings with your management skills 是你成功进行会议管理的重要一环is a critical part of your success in meeting management. 想当一个领导者 我推荐你将下列事项As a leader, there are series of things I recommend 铭记于心that you keep in the back of your mind. 为了提高你管理技能和举办更有效会议What are the most important tasks you need to do to improve your management skills 你要做的最重要任务就是and hold more effective meetings 在一开始就列出会议目标的纲要is to begin with an outline of the purpose of the meeting in the first place. 当大家都坐下来准备好了开会 你就说:When everyone sits down for the meeting, you say, 我们今天这个会议是为了完成这些目标……we are holding this meeting today to accomplish these goals and objectives. 任何会议刚开始的前5-7分钟是开展The opening five to seven minutes in any meeting is the most important component 更有效会议的最重要时段to conducting more effective meetings. 这一时段打下基调 建立起参量It sets the foundation, it establishes the parameters, 组织好职责范围it organizes the terms of reference. 也让会议室里的每个人都明白——他们为什么坐在这儿And it tells everybody in the room why they are there, 会议要开多久 以及各自需要完成的是什么for how long, and what they need to accomplish. 我还推荐你一字一句地写下会议介绍 并把它读出来I also recommend that you write out your introduction word-for-word and read it out. 这种清晰的展示会使得不了解你This clarity will allow a person who doesn’t know you 或不了解接下来情况的人从一开始就跟上节奏or the situation coming in to get right up the speed to start. 顺便提一句 如果你不能简明地写出会议目的And by the way, if you can’t write out a brief description of the purpose of the meeting, 那么就可能意味着——你并不知道会议要讨论什么it means, perhaps, you don’t know what it is. 通过具体分析和准时散会两个方面Improve your management skills during the meeting by being both specific and 来提升你在会议中的管理技能punctual with the timing. 要确保提前宣布了会议的持续时间Be sure to announce the duration of the meeting in advance. 也应该在你的议程表上方打印好这一点This should also be printed at the top of your agenda. 但是你会想在你的介绍中重申这一点But you want to restate it in your introduction, 一定要准时开会begin right on time. 不要用等其他迟到的人而处罚没有准时到的人Don’t penalize the people who are not there on time by waiting for others who are late. 规则是:假定后来的人都不会来了The rule is, assume that the late comer is not coming at all, 并直接开始会议and get right on with the meeting. 我第一次应用这个技巧时就获得了很大的帮助This help me so much when I first learn this. 如果后来迟到的某个人发现他们错过了重要信息If someone comes in late and finds out they missed important information, 不要为了他们而从头开始refuse to start over for them. 而他们最终会得到这些信息 而且下次也会更准时They will eventually get the message and they’ll be more punctual, 并且也会恭恭敬敬地帮助你提升管理技能and they’ll help you improve your management skills in a respectable manner. 许多公司执行这样一个策略——假如上午10点召开一个会议Many companies have a policy where if a meeting is called for 10 am, 那么10:01的时候会议室的门就会从里面反锁they lock the doors from inside at 10:01. 这种事情你只要做一次——确保下次人员准时到场就好You only have to do that once to get people to be on time next time. 如果你开会是要解决一个问题——你要说:Now if you are there to solve a problem, you say, 我们是来讨论这个问题并做出决定we are here to talk about this problem and come to a decision, 得出结果 找出解决方案的and a conclusion, and a resolution. 这是问题的事实情况Here are the facts of the problem. 这是我们掌握的信息Here’s information that we have. 这是我们已经讨论过得代替方案Here are the alternatives we’ve considered. 这是我们的市场情报或是有关这一情况的信息And here’s our market intelligence or knowledge about this situation. 那下一步我们该干嘛呢?Now what we do from here? 感谢观看此次通向成功之路的会议管理建议的视频Thank you for viewing this vedio on meeting management tips for success. 如果喜欢本视频 就请点击下方的点赞按钮If you enjoy this vedio, please press the like button below. 并点击屏幕上的链接订阅我的油管账号吧!And click on the link on the screen to subscribe to my YouTube channel.
  • 2021-08-247个技巧立刻提升沟通能力销售里有一对概念 KISS VS KILLThere’s a concept in the sales world calledKISS vs. KILL. KISS-亲吻 是简短的缩写KILL-杀掉 则对应冗长Keeping it short and simple versus keeping it long and lengthy. 业余的销售员一直念叨不重要的细节Amateur salesman would “KILL” the sale 结果会“终结”一次销售by going on and on about unimportant details. 但一个好的销售员 则相反A good salesman on the other hand would hit 他会直接开门见山all of the important points in the shortest 单刀直入话题重心 然后结束销售time possible and close the deal. 第一条 有效率讲话Tip#1 is to be efficient with your speaking. 高质量的交谈Conversation is all about quality. 试着剔除这类词语 比如Try to remove all types of filler words like, 呃 就是 我猜 嗯 啊 你知道吗“Uhm, Like, I Guess, Well, Uhhhhh, You Know.” 这些词语对谈话没有价值These words bring no value to the conversation 毫无意义and they literally mean nothing. 听听下面这段话Listen to the following paragraph. 这个冬天你做了什么?What did you do this winter? 嗯 我在这个假期里过得挺好Well, I had an ok time this break. 这是我第一次参加滑雪Well, I had an ok time this break. 和几个朋友with some of my friends and uhm…. 嗯 滑雪实际上well it’s actually a lot harder than it looked. 嗯 差不多就是这样Uh…that’s about it. 我想我玩得还挺开心的哈哈I guess I had fun haha. 现在和这段对话比较一下Now compare it to this, 这个冬天你怎么过的?“What did you do this winter?” 我和朋友去滑雪了Me and my friends went snowboarding. 实际上这是我第一次去滑雪It was actually my first time 滑起来比看上去更难一点and it was a lot harder than it looked. 注意第二个版本短了很多Notice how the second version is much shorter, 但传达的信息but the information being conveyed is the exact same. 然而这听起来人更自信 也更富有经验However it sounds more confident and even more sophisticated. 别畏惧使用停顿Don’t be afraid to take pauses 取代填充词作为支撑instead of relying on filler words as a crutch. 停顿会更有力量 也会强调信息不同的点Pauses can be powerful and can emphasize different parts of the message. 下面是一个实际有关停顿的例子Here’s an example of pauses in action 所用的句子和我们之前提到的一样with the same sentence that we mentioned before. 我和一些朋友去玩单板滑雪Me and some friends went snowboarding… 实际上这是我第一次滑雪It was actually my first time but… 但是它比看上去还要难得多it was a lot harder…than it looked. 第二个技巧是利用停顿Tip # 2 is to use pauses to emphasize different parts 强调信息的不同成分 以传达给力的讯息of the message and to deliver more powerful messages. 就总体对话能力而言The following skill is probably the single most important skill 下面的技巧可能是首要的一个in terms of overall conversation ability. 如果你能掌握这一技巧If you can master this one skill, 你就能和任何人you’ll be able to have endless conversations 聊个不停with just about anybody. 第三个技巧是“编造”会话Tip#3 is conversational threading. 在每句话中Within every sentence, 你可以把每一个句子分成不同的主题there are different topics that you can branch off into. 让我们来看一下下面这句话Let’s take a look at the following sentence. 我居住在纽约市I live in New York City but 但是我总是想着搬到郊区去I’ve always wanted to move to the suburbs. 因为我热爱大自然It’s because I love nature 而且我讨厌身边有太多人and I hate being around too many people. 你可以从这句中分出四个主题There are four different topics that you can branch off from here. 你可以谈谈你什么时候想到纽约去You can talk about that time you wanted to visit New York City. 或者你觉得郊区的生活怎么样You can talk about how you feel living in the suburbs. 又或者你和大自然的关系You can talk about your relationship with nature, 最后你也可以谈谈 同样作为一个内向的人and you can also talk about how you’re an introvert 你是怎么把and how you can relate 这种内向的性格与讨厌人多联系起来的with their hate with being around too many people. 一段对话之所以进行不下去When a conversation dies it’s usually because 通常是因为没有别的有趣的话题there are no other topics to talk about that are interesting. 所以一旦有机会拆分不同话题So when given the opportunity to branch off into different topics, 聊下去吧choose one that you are interested in talking about. 还要记住Also keep in mind, 你也得给对方机会that you want to be giving the other person opportunities 让他也能谈谈不同的话题to talk about multiple topics as well. 如果你不能给对方切分话题的可能If you don’t give them topics to branch off into, 这段对话最终就会终结the conversation will eventually reach a dead-end. 这项技能可以说是熟能生巧Now this skill comes with practice. 你越努力地去寻找话题来做出回应The more you try to look for topics to bounce off of, 你就越会发现新的话题the more you will notice them. 下面是另外一个句子Here’s another sentence. 我喜欢去体育馆I like going to the gym. 去那里我能得到满足There’s a sense of satisfaction I get 因为我能看到自己更擅长某种东西了when I see myself getting better at something. 从这句话中你可以切分出三个不同的话题Now there are three different topics that you can branch off from here. 你可以谈谈你有多么喜欢去体育馆You can talk about how you like going to the gym. 或者你对什么东西感到满意You can talk about something that satisfies you. 你还可以谈谈你更擅长做什么了You can also talk about something that you got better at. 回忆一下你上次接受面试的情况Think back to the last time you went on an interview. 当我想到面试的时候When I think of an interview, 我就会想到一些压力极大I think of something that is high tension, 让人神经紧绷的事情nerve-wrecking, and definitely not something 那绝不是普通人喜欢忍受的事情that ordinary person going through. 初次见面时 许多人都会犯一个共性的错误A common mistake that a lot of people make when meeting someone new, 我所谓的“面试状态”is entering what I like to call “Interview Mode”. 他们会像连珠炮弹似的They bombard the other person with question 用一个接一个的问题轰炸对方after question after question, and this can 这会让人特别不舒服be extremely uncomfortable. 问个不停的结果就是The issue with asking too many questions is 它使得对话变得完全单向that it makes the conversation very one sided. 提问时你没有分享关于你的任何信息When you ask a question you’re not sharing any information about yourself. 而你一直在查问对方的信息All you’re doing is demanding information from the other person. 这就是产生不适感的症结所在This is where that uncomfortable feeling comes from. 此时需要建立一种联系There’s a lack of connection that is being built. 你得非常愿意分享有关你自己的东西You want to be sharing information about yourself as much 只有这样 你才能够和别人建立融洽的关系as possible so that you can build rapport. 建立一种联系吧Build a connection. 第四个技巧 用陈述句 不要用问句Tip#4 is to use statements instead of questions. 做陈述就是分享有关你自己的信息When you make statements you share information about yourself. 所以下次和好朋友或者死党一起逛街的时候Pay attention to the next time you hang out 你就要注意这些with your closest friends or buddies. 你会发现绝大多数的对话都是陈述句You’ll notice that the majority of the conversation is with statements. 偶尔对话中会自然而然地抛出问句Once in a while a question is thrown 但是in as a natural step in the conversation, but the 绝大多数对话全由陈述句组成large majority will be all statements. 下面是许多不同类型的陈述句Now there are a lot of different types of statements, 我会重点讲一下主要的那几个and I’ll cover the main ones. 我们有故事观点型陈述We have the story opinion statement. 基本上这种陈述就是讲述一个小故事Basically a statement that tells a small story 或者表述你对某事的观点or shows your opinion on something. 下面是一个问句的例子Here is an example of a question. 你害怕什么?What are you scared of? 这里有一个用故事陈述句代替问句的例子Here is an example of the story statement being used to replace this question. 我以前很怕黑I used to be terrified of the dark. 在我小时候 我会把头埋在被子下面睡觉When I was a kid, I would sleep with my head under the covers 这样就不会被魔鬼和妖怪找到了to hide from all the monsters and ghosts. 注意这个问句 完全没有提到你自己Notice how the question shares nothing about yourself. 除了回答你的问题It doesn’t really give the other person 对方实际上并没有可延伸的话题来谈a topic to jump to besides answering your question. 因此你的问句仅仅给了他们一个可谈的话题So your only really giving them one thing to talk about. 另一方面On the other hand, 故事陈述不仅分享了信息the story statement shares information while it also gives the other 还给对方机会讨论不同的话题person opportunities to talk about different topics. 你为他们提供了不同的引申素材You’re giving them different things to thread off of. 他们可以谈谈他们怕不怕黑They can talk about whether or not they’re scared of the dark. 还可以谈他们小时候常做什么事They can talk about things they used to do when they were a kid. 甚至他们还能谈点鬼故事And they can even talk about ghost stories. 这些都是可以从陈述句里切分出来的话题All of these can be branched off of this statement. 接下来我们有冷读陈述Next up we have the cold read statement. 面对刚认识的人 这是一种很好的陈述方式This is a great way to use statements with someone you just met. 简单来说 这是你对对方的观察Simple put, it’s an observation that you make about the other person. 比起说一说Instead of saying something like,” Hey, “嘿 你想玩点什么”what do you like to do for fun.” 不如说 “嘿 你看起来是个有趣的人You can say something like,”Hey, you look like a fun person. 我猜你有一些有趣的爱好”I bet you have some interesting hobbies.” 这是一种很好的技巧 因为对方能以三种方式回应This is a great trick because the person can respond in three different ways. 第一 你错了 所以他们会纠正你Number 1: You’re wrong, and they’ll correct you. 我一点儿也不有趣I’m actually not fun. 我整天睡觉I sleep all day. 第二 虽然你错了Number 2: You’re wrong but, 但是对方会问你你为什么会这样想you’ll be asked why you thought so. “实际上我无趣得很 不过“I’m actually not fun but, 我好奇是你为什么会这样想我”I’m curious as to why you thought I was. 第三 你是对的Number 3: You’re correct and a large amount 然后你们立马热络起来of rapport will be built instantaneously. 我爱好挺广泛的 我喜欢唱歌和跳舞I am fun, I love to dance and sing. 你是怎么知道的How did you know?!? 三者中的任何一个都让你有机会Each of these ways gives you many more 把话题切分开来opportunities to branch off into different topics as compared 而不是仅问一句“你玩什么呀”to the simple question,”What do you do for fun?” 所以说首先你得分享信息So you’re sharing information first, 而且你还不能奢求回应and you’re not asking anything from them. 该让对方决定怎么来回应and you’re not asking anything from them. 最后我们有一种随机陈述And finally we have the random statement. 他们是完全随机的They’re completely random statements that 也就是说 他们是那些刚好蹦到你脑中的东西are literally the thoughts that just pop into your mind. 这种随机陈述可以是任何东西They can range from anything about; 你周围发生的事情啦 你观察到的东西啦 故事啦things that are happening around you, or observations, stories, 或者是临时想到的什么东西random thoughts. 你能说的东西非常多There’s a whole lot of things that you can talk about. 下面是一些例子Here’s some examples: 我受够了我的那群朋友 他们成天谈运动I’m tired of my friends all they talk about is sports all day. 瞧瞧这个人 他玩的好开心Look at that guy, he’s having so much fun. 我也想有那么潇洒I wish I could be that loose. 我打算休课一年I’m thinking about taking a year off from school. 每一条陈述都分享了很多你的信息Each of these statements share a lot of information about yourself. 同时它们也提供了许多可切分的话题They also provide multiple topics to branch off into. 最后它们还让对话产生了一种新奇感 让它无意识的进行下去And finally they bring a sense of creativity and spontaneous-ness to the conversation. 我还可以说三点别的技巧There’s three other tips that I could cover but, 但是每一个都有太大的信息量each one has so much information that 我得花上一整个视频来讲it would literally take me an entire video to cover. 我们可以谈谈幽默法We could talk about humor, 这种方式尤其复杂巧妙which is an extremely complicated way to dance 让你能够玩转对话and play with your words. 我们还可以谈谈讲故事法We could talk about storytelling, 讲故事法本质上是通过讲述既迷人又刺激的故事which is essentially telling a captivating and exciting 让陌生人有机会进入你的世界story that will allow strangers to jump into your world. 或者我们还可以谈谈如何进行深度对话Or we could talk about how to have a deep conversation, 深度对话对建立长期有益的人际关系which is an essential tool to 具有重要作用building long lasting, valuable, relationships. 至于大家要做的呢What I’d like for you guys to do, 就是在这个视频下面留言is to comment below and let me know 让我知道下次你们想让我讲哪一个视频which video you want me to work on next. 记住对话是一种技巧Now remember conversation is a skill, 就像其他任何一种技巧一样and just like any skill there is value to learning it. 只有当你放手一搏But the most growth will be experienced 实践所学when you actually go out there and you practice 你才能够取得最大的进步what you’ve learned. 通过实践我们今天讲到的小技巧By applying some of the tips and tricks that we cover today, 你在以后的对话上面会有多么大的进步了you’ll see a massive improvement in your future conversations.
  • 2021-08-24给PPT背景图加上切割艺术效果在这个教程里 我们会做一些疯狂的事In this tutorial, we will go totally crazy. 我们会对这张图片做些处理We will do something interesting with an image. 我们将会处理透明度 运用设计We will use transparency, we will use design, 我们会使用插入图片we will use inserting photographs. 最后 我们会得到一个有趣的效果In the end, we get an interesting effect 希望你会喜欢and I hope you will like that. 嘿 给你看一个非常好的技巧Hey,I want to show youa really nice trick. 我来打开一张图片Let me use an image for that. 我有蜡烛和花的图I have some candles and flowers. 让我们来用这些蜡烛Maybe let’s use those candles. 这只是一个例子It will be just an example. 所以我有这个 呃呃呃我们为什么要在PPT里用这个?So I have this, Errrr why are we making this PowerPoint? 选项Options. (悬疑的音乐)(suspenseful music) 关闭PowerPoint DesignerPowerPoint Designer No. 我找到你的 哥们 完成了I see you, bro. Okay, 它已经删掉了he is deleted. 所以拿到这张照片So I have this image, 但是对于背景或者其他来说 这张照片都有点单调but this would be kind of boring for a background or whatever. 我们可以根据幻灯片的大小裁剪它 是的We could crop it to the size of the slide. 当然 我们可以这样做Yes, of course we could do that, 但是我们想要更加丰富这个背景呢?but how do we want to bringmore into this background? 想要让这张图片更加有趣 该怎么做?How do you want to makethis more interesting? 我们有颜色校正 颜色Well, we have some color corrections, coloristics, 和艺术效果and artistic effects. 这些效果都不差 但是在你电脑上的都太暗沉了Those effects are not bad, but they are pretty heavy on your PC. 但是如果你真想要让它(指那张图片)出色But if you really wantto make this stand out 让它更好看 我给你看一些技巧and make it better, I want to show you a few tricks. 请选择这张照片 按Ctrl C和Ctrl VPlease take this image,press Control C, Control V. 现在我们就有两张了We have now two of them. 将这张照片直接覆盖在它上面I will place this one directly above this, 然后选择“格式”选项卡then I’ll go to, in my Format tab, “裁剪” “裁剪为形状” 我举个例子to Crop, Crop to shape,and I’ll for example 我用一个这样的形状use a shape like this. 你可以发现 表面上 没什么改变You can see, apparently nothing happens. 但 看这里But watch that. 我们可以开始改变它We can start to make a difference. 首先 我会调整剪裁形状At first, I’d like to adjust this crop. 这已经给这张图片一个很好的效果了This already gives me agreat effect on this image. 看Just watch. 我就做一件事I did one thing. 我复制它I can duplicate this. 我甚至可以I can even — 噢 我有过多的图片了吗?Oh, do I have too much of them? 不 好的No. Okay, 像这样放I’ll place it like that. 我们还可以点击“裁剪”We can also click on Crop. 你不只可以在这里操作You don’t only have to work here, 你还可以点击“裁剪”you can also click on Crop, 然后你可以在这里调整裁剪and you can adjust the Crop here. 我有点喜欢这块大的裁剪But I kinda like this big crop. 让我们复制成两份Let’s maybe make two of them. 还是让它和最开始那张图片在一起Or let’s stay with this first one. 为了让它更吸引人 我们可以To make this a bit more appealing, we could, 例如 使它模糊for example, blur this element. “艺术效果” 这里 在最右边 有“模糊”Artistic effect here on thefar right side, I have blur. 你在电脑上看到这个效果十分迟缓You can see this is really slow on the PC, 但我会试着去完成but I’ll try to manage. 右键 设置图片格式Right click, format picture 第二个选项卡 最后那里in the second tab, at the very end, 找到我们要添加的艺术效果we have the artistic effects we added. 艺术效果是模糊The artistic effect is the blur. 在这里我们可以增大模糊Here we can make the blur a bit stronger, 但我不会加太多but I’ll not overdo it. 我调成20I’ll make it 20. 点击裁剪 我让这个变小一点I press on Crop, and I’llmake this smaller, okay? 裁剪Crop. 把这个放到蜡烛在的地方I bring this to where the candles were, okay, 在背景里 可以看得见它I can see it in the background. 按Ctrl C和Ctrl VI press Control C, Control V, 然后放到右边 现在我需要调整它and here on the right side, but now I would need to adjust this. 因为这看起来会很奇怪because this would look totally weird. 点击“裁剪”I would click on Crop. 把它调在大概在蜡烛在的地方I would put it somewhereabout where the candle is. 这是一个很好的基础去开始处理这张照片This would be a good base for me to start working with this image. 看这Look at that. 我们调整了背景 创作出了一些效果We adjusted the background, we made something original, 使它更新 更崭新we made something new, fresh, and 这就是一张好的背景this would be really a great background 用于各种用途 海报 或你的任何设计for any purpose, poster, oranything you’d like to design. 我们这个教程是还有一点时间吗?好的Do we still have time in this tutorial? Okay, 再说一个步骤 “形状”one single more step. Shapes, 如果插入一个形状if I insert a shape, 我就能够改变透明度I will be able to change the transparency. 现在我需要随意摆弄一下这个形状Now I would need totinker with this shape, 扩张一点I would need to extend it a bit, 像这样弄 ok?I will need to make it like that, okay? 或者让它更大一些Or maybe make it bigger. 右键 “形状格式”Right click, format shape. Okay, 我们的已经在这了we are already here 在填充选项卡里 选择“图片填充”and in the fill, I willselect Picture Fill. 因为我们有已经放好的图片 最酷在这里Since we have this image placed, what’s cool here, 在这里我们就可以调透明度了we can work with the transparency. 这里我会慢一点Now it will be kind of slow. 现在我先删掉原来的效果Let me delete the old effect. 这在PPT里要慢一点 但 看 多神奇This gets really slow in PowerPoint, but look how amazing this is. 我们得到了那些美好的We get really those nice, 那些透明的效果在这张图片上those transparent effects over this image. 我们点亮了这张照片We get a glit on the image, 而且我非常喜欢的是 我们所实现的and I really like what you can achieve 只靠一些简单的对图片的调整with just one simpleadjustment to a picture. 这张背景是与众不同的This background is something different, 是原创的 是崭新的something original, it’s really fresh 当涉及到设计和视觉效果when it comes to design and visuals, 希望你们喜欢这张背景which I do hope you really like. Okay, 再见 希望你会see you, and I hope you will 喜欢我的更多像这样的教程enjoy more tutorials like this from me.
  • 2021-08-24如何制定商业计划如何撰写商业计划书? 准备创业?Starting a business? 那么你需要一份计划 一份指引地图Then you’ll need a plan – a road map, 带你走最快最准确的路去你想去的地方taking you on the straightest, fastest route to where you want to go. 创业计划书将包含六个部分Your business plan will include 6 sections 它们能帮你全面架构你的经营理念and will help you think through your business idea, 能确保你在开始创业前 已经全方位思考过所有的可能性making sure you’ve covered all the angles and eventualities, before you set off. 第一部分是概述The first section is the executive summary. 介绍你的业务概览Presenting an overview of your business, 这一部分至关重要 因为许多投资者this section is vital as many investors make judgements 只基于它来评判你的整个业务about your business based on it alone! 一个不错的建议是把这部分留到最后写A great tip is to leave this section until last to write. 一旦你写完其他章节Once you have written the others, 再来写这章就会很简单 因为它是you’ll find it easier to do, as it will be a summary of 其他部分的要点总结the key points you make in the other sections. 现在 展开你的业务细节吧So start with your business details 首先写一个简短的自我介绍provide a short description of who you are, 你的产品是什么what you plan to sell, 销售原因 目标客户why and to whom. 以及企业选址Include the location of your business, 公司骨干和其他identify key employees and any other qualities that 任何能使业务突出的优势make your business stand out. 现在 进入营销和销售战略部分Now, enter your marketing and sales strategy 表明你已经做好了所有的功课show that you’ve done your homework, 你明白你的目标市场that you understand your target market. 概述人们买你的产品的原因Outline why you think people will buy what you want to sell 以及具体的销售细节and detail how you plan to sell to them. 然后再加上管理部门和人事部门Then add in your management team and personnel 人们通过阅读这份计划来确定你管理业务的能力people reading your plan need to believe and have trust in the management of your business, 所以要写上你的资历和你计划招募的员工so outline your credentials and the people you plan to recruit. 接着是各种细节Then detail your setup – explaining what facilities the business will have, 从管理信息系统和高科技这些方面来阐明企业需要哪些设施from your premises to your management information systems and IT. 并解释它是给客户提供产品或服务的And explain how it will deliver the product or service to the customer. 最后 列出你的财政计划和项目Lastly, list your financial plan and projections 这一部分是将先前那些部分的所有内容转化成数字– this part translates everything you’ve said in the previous sections into numbers. 它将让你知道这个业务是否值得做It will tell you whether the business will be worthwhile or whether you’re wasting your 又或是在浪费时间和金钱time and/or money. 你的商业计划会随公司发展而改变Your business plan will change as your business grows. 它能让你保持专注It’ll help keep you focused, 明确的知道你的现况和你的定位so you’ll know where you are and where you’re supposed to be, 以帮助你在必要时调整你的路线so that you can correct your course as needed. 我们有以下五条重要建议:Here are our 5 top tips: 计划简明:如果计划写下来太费时间 那它读起来也会很费时Keep it brief: If it takes too long to write, it’ll take too long to read! 摆脱细枝末节:拒绝浮夸 直击要点Get rid of the fluff: Cut the waffle and just get to the point! 实际主义:保持坦诚并留意你的业务面临的所有挑战Be realistic: Be honest and note all the challenges facing your business. 视觉化:图片 表格 图像有助于想法成为现实Use visuals: Graphs, charts, and images can help bring your idea to life, and; 创造力:让你的业务脱颖而出夺得关注Be creative: So that your business stands out and grabs attention. 最后提供一点额外的帮助And for a bit of extra help, 在商业威尔士网站上下载商业计划模板download a business plan template from the Business Wales website. 它会帮助规划你的路线以确保达成最终目标So there you have it, plan your route to make sure you reach your destination!

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