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2018/06/05(星期二) 英文新視界
張哲嘉
英文新視界 如何成為一個手心向下的人? 14
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每日一句:Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.—Marcus Aurelius

 

Are you a giver or a taker?

Instead of saying it's all about winning a competition, people will realize success is really more about contribution.

 

I believe that the most meaningful way to succeed is to help other people succeed. And if we can spread that belief, we can actually turn paranoia upside down. There's a name for that.It's called "pronoia." Pronoia is the delusional belief that other people are plotting your well-being.

 

(Laughter)

 

That they're going around behind your back and saying exceptionally glowing things about you.The great thing about a culture of givers is that's not a delusion -- it's reality. I want to live in a world where givers succeed, and I hope you will help me create that world.

 


2018/05/15(星期二) 英文新視界
張哲嘉
英文新視界 如何成為一個手心向下的人? 11
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每日一字:contain (v)包含
每日一句:One day or day one. It's your decision.
 
Are you a giver or a taker?
Now for those of you who are highly agreeable,or maybe slightly Canadian, you get this right away. How could I ever say I'm any one thing when I'm constantly adapting to try to please other people? Disagreeable people do less of it.They're more critical, skeptical, challenging, and far more likely than their peers to go to law school.
 
(Laughter)
 
That's not a joke, that's actually an empirical fact.
 
(Laughter)
 
So I always assumed that agreeable people were givers and disagreeable people were takers. But then I gathered the data, and I was stunned to find no correlation between those traits, because it turns out that agreeableness-disagreeableness is your outer veneer: How pleasant is it to interact with you? Whereas giving and taking are more of your inner motives: What are your values? What are your intentions toward others?

2018/05/01(星期二) 英文新視界
張哲嘉
英文新視界 如何成為一個手心向下的人? 09
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每日一句:If you are working on something that you really care about, you don’t have to be pushed. The vision pulls you.─Steve Jobs

 

Are you a giver or a taker?

But a lot of people don't ask. They don't want to look incompetent, they don't know where to turn, they don't want to burden others. Yet if nobody ever asks for help, you have a lot of frustrated givers in your organization who would love to step up and contribute, if they only knew who could benefit and how.

 

But I think the most important thing, if you want to build a culture of successful givers, is to be thoughtful about who you let onto your team. I figured, you want a culture of productive generosity, you should hire a bunch of givers.But I was surprised to discover, actually, that that was not right -- that the negative impact of a taker on a culture is usually double to triple the positive impact of a giver. Think about it this way: one bad apple can spoil a barrel, but one good egg just does not make a dozen. I don't know what that means --

 

(Laughter)

 

But I hope you do.

 




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