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  • 我不是小清新


    本书的中文译本 请参阅 李笑来老师 创建的 感谢志愿译者们。 以下我认为的重点整理自原文译本: —————————————————————————————————————————— 第一章 概述 什么是原则? 价值观是你认为重要的、“有价值”的东西,而在生活中若想顺从自己的价值观,我们需要的就是原则。原则链接价值观与行动,它有如指引行动的灯塔,帮你成功应对现实生活中的条条框框。当面临两难...

    2017-03-04 12:34   74人喜欢

  • 栗栗

    栗栗 (Living an authentic life)

    The 5 steps close-up (iterative) 1. Setting goals · avoiding setting goals based on what you think you can achieve · Your goal is always to make the best possible choices, knowing that you will be rewarded if you do. · Goal-setting is best done by those who are good at big-picture conceptual thinking, synthesizing, visualizing, and prioritizing · Questions to ask yourself i. How well do you...

    2018-04-28 15:55   1人喜欢

  • 开宙

    开宙 (love always,)

    I believe that evolution, which is the natural movement toward better adaptation, is the greatest single force in the universe, and that it is good. I believe that the desire to evolve, i.e., to get better, is probably humanity’s most pervasive driving force. Enjoying your job, a craft, or your favorite sport comes from the innate satisfaction of getting better. Though most people typically ...

    2015-09-13 19:41   2人喜欢

  • 浅草

    浅草 (十月的波斯菊)

    Nassim Taleb也表达过类似的观点: New is overvalued relative to great. For example, when choosing which movie to watch or what book to read, are you drawn to proven classics or the newest big thing? In my opinion, it is smarter to choose the great over the new. "It's getting better" 有时候只是鸡汤: Keep in mind both the rates of change and the levels of things, and the relationships between the...

    2018-12-24 01:31   1人喜欢

  • 乔乔

    乔乔 (梦里不知身是客)

    Time is like a river that carries us forward into encounters with reality that require us to make decisions. We can't stop our movement down this river and we can't avoid those encounters.We can only approach them in the best possible way.

    2017-10-31 11:06   1人喜欢

  • 七夕



    2017-07-31 02:01   1人喜欢

  • Kevin Lee

    Kevin Lee

    基于原则对未知事物进行决策: “Whatever success I’ve had in life has had more to do with my knowing how to deal with my not knowing than anything I know. The most important thing I learned is an approach to life based on principles that helps me find out what’s true and what to do about it.” 原则的定义: “Principles are fundamental truths that serve as the foundations for behavior that gets...

    2019-04-04 16:34

  • Lainey

    Lainey (我是侯佩岑.)

    Successful people change when they recognized their weaknesses and gathered the lessons they learnt. Steve Jobs learned when he was fired. Everyone has their approaches. But most people over-react to short term results. They give up and sell too low when times are bad and buy too high when times are good. Wise people stick to sound fundamentals through ups and downs. Fundamentals to invest + Te...

    2019-02-13 02:21

  • 赖赖

    赖赖 (多思考)

    Not everyone at Bridgewater saw things as Bob and I did. Some in the company doubted that systemization could work, especially when the systems didn't do well, which, like normal decision making, happened every now and then. It took a lot of reasoning to persuade some of the people I worked with to press on. But even if I couldn't convince them, they couldn't change my mind, because they couldn...

    2019-02-08 18:30

  • 赖赖

    赖赖 (多思考)

    Juggling work and family has been as much a challenge to me as to anyone else, especially since I wanted both to be great, so I combined them whenever I could. But even as we grew, I never thought of anybody I worked with as an employee. I had always wanted to have- and to be around people who also wanted to have- a life full of meaningful work and meaningful relationships, and to me a meaningf...

    2019-02-07 11:30

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