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If there were no morals-who would you be? What would you act like? What would you talk like? What would you think like? Would you really be any different?如果没有了任何的道德标准,你会是谁?会做什么,说什么,想什么,你会与现在有什么不同呢?Our morals are rules laid down for us by a society called a religion or a society called a church or a school. Some will even say that these laws were laid down for us by the divine-in whatever form we see the divine. Regardless of their origin, they tell us what is wrong and what is right and we are taught that we have within us a conscience which will tell us when we have violated one of these rules by making us feel guilty. And so we have a direction and whether we land on the ;bad; side of these rules or the ;good; side of these rules, we do it by conforming our mind, heart and behavior to what it takes to fit into that identity. Once conformed, we could say, ;I#39;m a bad dude; or ;I think I#39;m a pretty good person.; So, essentially what we have said is that we learn to rely on one of these two categories (or one of the gradations between them) as identity. They define us. But these are external constructs that very often do not even truly touch the deepest inner regions of the psyche.事实上,我们的道德标准通常是由教堂或者学校等宗教和社会团体来定义的,有些人甚至认为这是神赐的准则。这些道德标准,不知源自哪里,一味的告诉我们什么是对什么是错,告诉我们一旦违反了某项规则,内心的良知自然会让我们感到羞愧。于是我们被指引着把自己的想法、意愿、行为与道德标准的;好;与;坏;去衡量,一旦符合,我们便知道了自己是好人还是坏人。所以,基本上我们只需要在;好;与;坏;这两个类别里(或者某个中间地带)找到自己的定位,由它们来评判自己。可是,这些外部构想大部分时候并不能触及到我们的内心深处。So, how do we even begin to define ourselves without the use of these external stratagems? We go to the deeper inner regions of the psyche where they do not exist. And how, you will I#39;m certain ask, does one do that?那么,不去理会这些肤浅的伎俩,我们又该如何来定义自己呢?所谓;内心深处;的地方并不是真实存在,就算存在,我们又能做些什么?We begin by refusing to repress material in our everyday lives. We begin by staying conscious in a given moment about what#39;s going on inside of us-and allowing it to stay in the forefront of our minds so that we can see it and feel it and even dialogue with it. In so doing we are treating the energy of emotion, thought and sensation as valid, instead of invalidating it immediately by sending it to its room in the unconscious.首先,我们不能再在日常的生活中压抑自己。我们要保持清醒,时刻关注内心的动态并让它停留在意识前沿,这样我们才能看到它,感觉到它,甚至与它对话。通过这样的方式把转瞬即逝的情绪、想法和感觉转化为有用的力量,而不是让它们在无意间消失。 /201202/172354Stories abound of business leaders who don#39;t sleep much. Martha Stewart has claimed to sleep about four hours a night, as has Indra Nooyi, the CEO of PepsiCo (PEP). Her predecessor, Steve Reinemund, has gotten up around 5 a.m. to run 4 miles most mornings of his life after going to bed around 11. ;I sleep normally between five, six hours,; he said in an interview. ;I#39;ve never gotten more.; But it seems to be enough: ;Most of the time I don#39;t wake up with an alarm.;企业高管精力旺盛、每天睡眠时间很少,这样的故事我们听得太多了。玛莎#8226;斯图尔特自称每晚睡4小时,百事公司(PepsiCo)首席执行官卢英德也一样。卢英德的前任雷孟夫一直以来差不多每晚都是11点左右入睡,第二天一早5点左右就起床,跑上4英里。“我一般都睡5、6个小时,”他在一次接受采访时说。“没睡过更长时间。”但似乎已经足够了:“大多时候,我都不需要闹铃,自己就会醒来。”Is not needing much sleep a secret to success — giving people a chance to work long hours and still have a life?少睡点是成功的秘诀吗?因为睡得少就可以长时间工作,同时依然能够保持个人生活?Well, maybe. According to David Volpi, a sleep specialist and founder of Eos Sleep (formerly the Manhattan Snoring and Sleep Center), adults generally need six to eight hours a night. That means that some people, like Reinemund (now dean at the Wake Forest University Schools of Business), can do fine on just six hours. ;If you get six hours a night and feel well-rested when you wake up and don#39;t get tired throughout the day, that kind of tells you,; he says. ;Your body will tell you if you don#39;t get enough sleep.;也许吧。Eos Sleep(前身即Manhattan Snoring and Sleep Center)的创始人、睡眠专家戴维#8226;沃尔皮称,成人通常每晚需要6-8小时的睡眠时间。这意味着有些人,像雷孟夫【现为维克森林大学(Wake Forest University)商学院院长】,只睡6小时确实也可以。“如果你一晚上睡6小时,醒来时感觉休息好了,整天也不累,那就没问题,”他说。“睡眠不足的话,身体自然会告诉你。”The good news? If you do need eight hours, plenty of people have found ways to be successful and still sleep almost as much as the average American (who, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics#39; American Time Use Survey, is clocking 8.67 hours of sleep on an average day).好消息是什么?好消息就是,就算你真的需要8小时睡眠,很多虽然每天睡眠的时间达到了美国人的均水平【美国劳动统计局(Bureau of Labor Statistics)的美国人时间利用调查显示,美国人平均每天睡8.67个小时】,但他们同样找到了成功之道。Mana Ionescu runs Lightspan Digital, a Chicago-based digital marketing company. As an entrepreneur, she thought she should sleep less and work more. ;Somehow people find it heroic to not sleep and brag about it too,; she says. But then ;I got behind the wheel after a night without sleep and got into a fender bender.;曼纳#8226;伊奥尼斯古经营着芝加哥一家数字营销公司Lightspan Digital。作为一个企业家,她认为自己应该减少睡眠时间,增加工作时间。“不知怎么回事,人们认为不睡觉很了不起,还喜欢到处吹嘘,”她说。但后来,“经过一个无眠夜之后,我开车出了个小事故。”The accident wasn#39;t major, ;but I wasted many hours of my life as a result.; She#39;s practiced good sleep hygiene ever since, going to bed at 11 and waking up at 7. ;Everything has changed,; she says. ;I am able to work more, decisions are easier to make, business is easier to close. I#39;ve been running half marathons and solved problems that before seemed almost impossible to solve.; In other words, she#39;s making better use of her hours, even if she#39;s awake for fewer of them.事故并不严重,“但浪费了我很多时间”。从此以后,她一直坚持良好的睡眠习惯,每晚11点上床,早上7点起床。“从此,一切都不同了,”她说。“现在我可以完成更多的工作,更容易下决断,更容易达成业务。能跑完半程马拉松,能解决过去似乎不可能解决的问题。”换言之,现在她能更好地利用时间,尽管她醒着的时间减少了。Jane Glazer, who owns QCI Direct, a multi-title catalog firm with 100 employees, is usually in bed by 10:30 pm and up around 6:30 am. While there#39;s always the temptation to answer one more email before bed, ;you can#39;t function and lead a company being sleep deprived,; she says. ;In the early years of my business, I did try to get by with less, but I quickly learned I would burn out by mid-afternoon.;简#8226;格雷泽拥有一家员工100人的目录公司QCI Direct。她通常每晚10点半上床睡觉,早上6点半左右起床。虽然临睡前她总是忍不住想再多回一封邮件,但“睡眠不足肯定没法正常工作,也没法领导一家公司,”她说。“刚开始创业的时候,我确实尝试过减少睡眠,但很快就意识到,这样一来,到了下午会精力不。” /201203/175974

Unfortunately, just before you take your first step on the righteous journey to pursue your dreams, people around you, even the ones who deeply care for you, will give you awful advice. It’s not because they have evil intentions. It’s because they don’t understand the big picture—what your dreams, passions, and life goals mean to you. They don’t understand that, to you, the reward is worth the risk. So they try to protect you by shielding you from the possibility of failure, which, in effect, also shields you from the possibility of making your dreams a reality.不幸的是,就在你起步准备踏上追逐梦想的正途时,身边的人,即使是那些深刻关心着你的人,会给你提些糟糕的建议。这并非是因为他们动机不良,而是因为他们不懂得你的宏图愿景——你的梦想、和人生目标对你而言意味着什么。他们不理解对你而言,那回报值得你去冒险。因此,他们设法保护你免遭可能的失败。而这实际上也抹杀了你梦想成真的可能性。Here are ten ill-advised tips (lies) people will likely tell you when you decide to pursue your dreams and the reasons why they are dfully mistaken:在你决定追求梦想时,人们很可能会告诉你一些糟糕的建议(谎言),这里列出了十条这样的建议以及它们大错特错的原因。1. You can follow your dreams someday, but right now you need to buckle down and be responsible.1. 某一天你可以追随梦想,但是现在你需要开始认真工作,还要有责任心。Someday? When is “someday”? “Someday” is not a day at all. It’s a foggy generalization of a time that will likely never come. Today is the only day guaranteed to you. Today is the only day when you can begin to make a difference in your life. And pursuing your dreams is what life is all about. So don’t be irresponsible. Don’t wait until “someday”. Make today the first day of the rest of your new life.某一天?“某一天”到底是哪一天?“某一天”根本不是一个确切的日子,它只是含糊地概括了一个很可能永不会到来的时刻。唯有今天才是掌握在你手上的,唯有今天你才能开始改变你的生活。而追寻梦想是人生的全部意义。所以,不要不负责任,不要等到“某一天”。让今天成为你接下来的新生活的第一天吧。2. You’re totally screwed if it doesn’t work out.2. 如果没有成功,你就彻底搞砸了。Wrong! This is a giant, lame load of BS. You’re not even close to being screwed. In fact, the worst case scenario is that things don’t work out and you have to go back to do exactly what you are doing right now.错!这是一句蹩脚的大废话。你甚至连搞砸的边儿都还没沾到。事实上,最糟糕的情况也不过是事情没有成功,你不得不回头去做你现在正在做的。3. It’s safer to stay at your day job.3. 待在你的日常工作岗位上更保险。Sure, I suppose. But you know what’s even safer than that? Going home, locking yourself in your bedroom, and never, ever coming out. And just like that, you will have flushed your entire life and your dreams down the toilet. Remember, safer doesn’t always mean better.这是一定的,我觉得。但是你知道比这还要更保险的是什么吗?回家,把你自己锁进卧室,然后永远永远不要再出来。就像这样,你将把你的整个人生和梦想都冲下马桶。请记住,更保险并不总意味着更好。4. That’s impossible!4. 这不可能!It’s only impossible if you never do anything about it. The reason that certain things seem impossible is simply because nobody has achieved them yet. But this doesn’t mean that with your help these things won’t become possible in the future. If you truly dedicate yourself to an end result, almost anything is possible. You just have to want it bad enough.只有你从来什么都不做,才没有可能。有些事看起来不可能,仅仅是因为还没有任何人做成功过。但是这并不表示在你的努力下,未来这些事也不会成为可能。如果你真正致力于某个最终结果,几乎任何事都是可能的,只要你有足够急切的渴求。5. Only a lucky few “make it”.5. 只有少数幸运儿“成功了”。That’s because those lucky few got off their rear ends and did something about it! They had the drive, determination, and willpower that you have right now. You can be one of them. It’s up to you, and only you.这是因为那些少数的幸运儿奋起努力,为梦想付出了行动!他们有你现在拥有的动力、决心和毅力。你可以成为他们中的一员。这取决于你,而且只取决于你。6. You might fail. And failing is bad.6. 你可能会失败,而失败是很糟糕的事。Failures are simply stepping stones to the success. No matter how it turns out, it always ends up just the way it should be. Either you succeed or you learn something: win-win. The biggest mistake you can make is doing nothing because you’re only too scared to make a mistake. If you can’t handle the failure, then you can’t handle the success either.失败只是成功的垫脚石。不管结果如何,事情终究会按其既定的结局收尾。你要么成功,要么学到一些东西:这是双赢的。你可能犯的最大错误就是因为太怕犯错而全无所为。如果你不能应对失败,那你同样不能驾驭成功。7. You don’t have access to the right resources.7. 你没有接触有利资源的路子。It’s not about having the right resources; it’s about exploiting the resources you do have access to. Stevie Wonder couldn’t see, so he exploited his sense of hearing into a passion for music, and he now has twenty-five Grammy Awards to prove it. Get it?这与拥有好的资源无关,而关乎于开发利用你已有门道的资源。史蒂维·旺德看不见,所以他开发他的听觉,成就了他对音乐的热爱。如今,他有25项格莱美奖为。明白了吗?8. You need more money saved before you can take the first step.8. 在迈出第一步之前,你需要攒更多钱。You don’t need more money. You need a plan. You need a budget. Eliminate ALL the nonessential costs in your life. If pursuing your dream requires you to leave your day job, figure out the minimum amount of income that you realistically require to live. Studying those who have succeeded with similar ventures also helps. But above all, take baby steps. Don’t be foolish and assume that you must have a certain amount of money saved right now, or that you must quit your day job today in order to pursue your dreams. Instead, ask yourself, “What actions can I take right now with the money and resources I have right now to bring me closer to the desired goal?”你不需要更多的钱。你需要的是规划,是预算。省去你生活中“所有”不必要的开。如果追寻梦想需要你辞去你的日常工作,那么你得保有生活实际所需的最低收入。向其他在类似冒险中成功了的人学习也会有所帮助。最重要的是,要一步一个脚印地走。不要犯傻,以为你目前就必须有一定量的积蓄,或者以为为了追求梦想你必须放弃目前的工作。你要做的是问问你自己:“以我现有的资金和资源,我现在能做些什么,好让我离想要达到的目标更近些?”9. You don’t need any help. It’s smarter to go after it alone.9. 你不需要任何帮助,独自追逐梦想更明智。You are the sum of the people you spend the most time with. If you hang with the wrong people, they will negatively affect you. But if you hang with the right people, you will be far more capable and powerful than you ever could have been alone. Find your tribe and work together to make a difference in all of your lives.你与谁相处的时间最多,你就是他们这些人的总和。如果你和错误的人为伍,他们会给你带来消极影响。但是如果你和正确的人做伴,你会远比一个人时更有能力、更强大。找到你的圈子,一起改变你们所有人的生活。10. That sounds like a lot of hard work.10. 听起来要付出很多艰苦努力。You’re right. It does! But that doesn’t mean it’s not worth it. I think the success in life hinges on one key point: finding hard work you love doing. As long as you remain true to yourself and follow your own interests, values, and dreams, you can find success through passion. Perhaps most importantly, you won’t wake up a few years from now working in a career field you despise, wondering how the heck am I going to do this for the next thirty years? So if you catch yourself working hard and loving every minute of it, don’t stop, because you’re onto something big, and hard work will not be hard when you concentrate on your passions and dreams.你说得太对了,确实需要!但这并不代表它不值得。我认为人生中的成功取决于一个重点:找到你热爱的而艰辛的工作。只要你保持真我,遵从自己的兴趣、价值观和梦想,你便可以从自己充满的工作中探寻到成功。也许最重要的是,你不会在几年之后幡然醒悟,发现自己正在为自己所鄙视的行业工作,寻思着自己究竟如何在接下来的30年里继续干下去。因此,如果你发觉自己正在努力工作,并且热爱工作的每一分钟,别停下,因为你正在成就一番大事业的路上,而当你专注于热爱的东西和梦想的时候,再苦的工作也不会觉得苦了。Disregard these misguided bits of nonsense and you’ll be well on your way to fulfilling your dreams. As our friend Steve Jobs says: “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by the dogma, which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice, heart and intuition. They somehow aly know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”别管这些误导你的废话,你将顺利走上实现梦想的道路。正如我们的朋友史蒂夫·乔布斯所说的:“你的时间是有限的,所以别把它浪费在过别人的人身上。不要被教条所困,活在他人思考的结果里。不要让别人的想法的噪音淹没你内心的声音、你的真心和你的直觉。不管怎样,它们已经知道你真正想变成什么样。其他一切都是次要的。”Now get out there and make a splash!那么现在,迈出脚步,引起轰动吧! /201301/223089

十二星座绝妙英语口头禅Ries#39; key phrase: I am!白羊:我是!Taurus#39; key phrase: I have!金牛:我有!Gemini#39;s key phrase: I think!双子:我认为!Cancer#39;s key phrase: I feel!巨蟹:我感觉!Leo#39;s key phrase: I will!狮子:我愿意!Virgo#39;s key phrase: I analyze!处女:我分析!Libra#39;s key phrase: I balance!天秤:我权衡!Scorpio#39;s key phrase: I desire!天蝎:我要求!Sagittarius#39; keyphrase: I see!射手:我明白!Capricorn#39;s key phrase: I use!羯:我利用!Aquarius#39; key phrase: I know!水瓶:我知道!Pisces#39; key phrase: I believe!双鱼:我相信! /201201/167068

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