故事 (1)

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    如何说一个好故事 by su9ar 1,讲述怎么有效 2,讲述的事永恒,普遍的形式,但不是公式 3,讲述的是原型,而不是陈规俗套 4,讲述的是全面彻底,始终如一,而不是捷径 5,讲述的是现实 6,精通这门艺术,而不是去...

The Willpower Instinct (8) 更多

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    CHAPTER SUMMARY The Idea: Feeling bad leads to giving in, and dropping guilt makes you stronger. Under the Microscope • The promise of relief. What do you turn to when you’re feeling stressed, ...
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    CHAPTER SUMMARY The Idea: Our brains mistake the promise of reward for a guarantee of happiness, so we chase satisfaction from things that do not deliver. Under the Microscope • What gets your d...
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    Evolution doesn’t give a damn about happiness itself, but will use the promise of happiness to keep us struggling to stay alive. And so the promise of happiness—not the direct experience of happi...
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    CHAPTER SUMMARY The Idea: When we turn willpower challenges into measures of moral worth, being good gives us permission to be bad. For better self-control, forget virtue, and focus on goals and va...
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    CHAPTER SUMMARY The Idea: Self-control is like a muscle. It gets tired from use, but regular exercise makes it stronger. Under the Microscope • The highs and lows of willpower. Keep track of you...
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    CHAPTER SUMMARY The Idea: Willpower is a biological instinct, like stress, that evolved to help us protect ourselves from ourselves. Under the Microscope • What is the threat? For your willpower...
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    CHAPTER SUMMARY The Idea: Willpower is actually three powers—I will, I won’t, and I want—that help us to be a better version of ourselves. Under the Microscope • What is the harder thing? Ima...
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    Self-control is a better predictor of academic success than intelligence (take that, SATs), a stronger determinant of effective leadership than charisma (sorry, Tony Robbins), and more important fo...

iWoz (16) 更多

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    It's so easy to doubt yourself, and it's especially easy to doubt yourself when what you're working on is at odds with everyone else in the world who thinks they know the right way to do things. So...
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    Well, first you need to believe in yourself Don't waver. There will be people—and I'm talking about the vast majority of people, practically everybody you'll ever meet—who just think in black-and...
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    No, my advice has to do with what you do when you find yourself sitting there with ideas in your head and a desire to build them. But you're young. You have no money. All you have is the stuff in y...
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    I felt these were really mighty goals in life: looking consciously at the sort of person you want to be, the sort of life you want to live, the sort of society you want to help build.
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    In life, there is an "us" and a "them." A "we" and a "they." And the "they" is the administration, the authorities. And sometimes they're on the wrong side and we're on the right side.
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    I learned a lot of things at Apple those first few years. I learned right away that in a company, you can have different ideas about what ads look like or what the logo looks like, even different i...
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    In my head, the guy who'd rather laugh than control things is going to be the one who has the happier life. That's just my opinion. I figure happiness is the most important thing in life, just how ...
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    Well, if drugs are really better for your mind and can make you think better, then wait a minute. When you take a drug, it's you plus the drug that's working, right? It's not just you. And I really...
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    There's a point where a joke crosses to a point where it is beyond funny—not funny anymore but scary
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    That made me realize that a million times a second didn't solve everything. Raw speed isn't always the solution. Many understandable problems need an insightful, well-thought-out approach to succee...
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    If you read the same things as others and say the same things they say, then you're perceived as intelligent. I'm a bit more independent and radical and consider intelligence the ability to think a...
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    Throughout my career at Apple and other places, you always find a lot of geeks who try to reach levels without doing the in-between ones first, and it won't work. It never does. That's just cogniti...
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    Sometimes I think, Man, I lucked out. It seems like I was just pointed in such a lucky direction in life, this earlylearning of how to do things one tiny little step at a time. I learned to not wor...
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    i said to myself, Look, showing someone an award from a sciencefair is not as important as knowing you already have the award somewhere at home. And that's not as important as having earned it, eve...
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    Doing long, long jobs that aren't just some real simple quick thing like a flashlight, but things that take weeks to build, really demonstrates that
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    He thought that to see if something is true, the most important thing is to run experiments, to see what the truth is, and then you call it real. You don't just read something in a book or hear som...