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  • Quora精选:现在能做些什么5年后受益匪浅?

    才华的人,他们势必能做伟大的事情。[/cn] [en]8. Don't be too harsh on yourself or too self-critical, if you really feel you can't do something at this moment - take a break, make yourself comfortable, even [w]spoil[/w] yourself a little.[/en][cn]不要对自己太苛刻或者太过自我批判了,如果你真觉得自己现在没办法做成某事——休息一下,让你自己觉得舒服,甚至可以稍微放纵一下自己。[/cn] [en]9. Try to see the world as much as your financial situation allows you. Try to save some money for traveling (one of the best ways to spend it).[/en][cn]在经济状况允许的条件下,尽量多看看这个世界。努力为旅行省一些钱(这是最好的花钱方式之一)。[/cn] [en]10. There are a million different points of view on only one single thought or idea. Don't hold [w]mindlessly[/w] to only one aspect, at least don't do that if you haven't understood all of the other ones. If you do not agree with someone else's actions/opinions at least try to understand them. Understanding someone does not mean you agree with him, but it does makes your view much much wider. And important thing you should have in mind is that everything in the world is changeable.[/en][cn]对于一个思想或者想法,人们可以有一百万个不同的观点。不要没有头脑地固执于一个方面,至少在了解其他的方面前,不要急于采取行动。如果你不同意别人的某些行为或者意见,至少尝试去了解它们。理解某人不意味着你和他意见一致,这会让你的观点更加开阔。你应该记住一件重要的事情,那就是世界上所有事物都是可以改变的。[/cn]  

  • Quora精选:离死亡不远的老人有哪些感受?

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    在生活中有哪些事是不容忽视的?哪些道理是需要我们一直谨记于心的?Quora精选告诉你,那些你明明懂得却总是忘记的人生信条。

  • Quora精选:生活中最令人沮丧的真相

    [en]Q: What is the saddest truth about life?[/en][cn]生活中令人沮丧的真相是什么?[/cn] 获得9.5k好评的答案@Dushyant Bhati [en]Half the world's [w=starve]starving[/w]; the other half is trying to lose weight.[/en][cn]世界上有一半的人正在挨饿,另一半的人却在使劲减肥。[/cn] 获得7.4k好评的答案@Rakesh Swain [en]A pigment called Melanin, whose [w]concentration[/w] in your skin that you had no control of when you were born, is going to determine how you will be treated in society.[/en][cn]当你出生的时候,有一种名为“黑色素”的色素聚集在你的皮肤上,你根本无法控制,但是这将决定你会被社会如何对待。[/cn] 获得6.5k好评的答案@Kashi Viswanathan [en]No one will read your answer at the bottom of Quora if it's not [w=upvote]upvoted[/w].[/en][cn]如果没人给你点赞,就没有人会去看你沉在Quora底部的答案。[/cn] [en]Just like no one will remember us until we do something remarkable in their lives.[/en][cn]就像如果我们没有在他人生命中做出一些值得注意的事,那他们就不会记得我们。[/cn] 获得6.1k好评的答案@Shama Bhosale [en]There'll always be the last time you do something or meet someone, and you won't know that it was the last time.[/en][cn]总会有那么一次,是你最后一次做某事或是最后一次见某个人,而且那时你并不知道这是最后一次。[/cn] [en]The last time you played gully [w]cricket[/w] in your hometown.[/en][cn]最后一次在家乡玩板球。[/cn] [en]The last time all 5 of your best friend gang went on a trip.[/en][cn]最后一次和你最好的5个朋友结伴旅行。[/cn] [en]The last time you met the school teacher you liked the most.[/en][cn]最后一次见到你最喜欢的那个老师。[/cn] [en]The last time you slept in your room in the home you grew up in.[/en][cn]最后一次睡在你从小就住着的家里的卧室。[/cn] 获得3.9k好评的答案@Shilpa Deshwal [en]That your Parents are getting old every minute.[/en][cn]你的父母每时每刻都在衰老。[/cn] [en]And you can see it everytime you meet them after a gap of 3-4 months.[/en][cn]而你在每隔3到4个月的见面中,每次都会发现这一点。[/cn] [en]AND YOU CAN DO NOTHING ABOUT IT .[/en][cn]然而你却无能为力。[/cn] 声明:本双语文章的中文翻译系沪江英语原创内容,转载请注明出处。中文翻译仅代表译者个人观点,仅供参考。如有不妥之处,欢迎指正。

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    领导也是从基层员工逐步晋升的,在这过程中也体会到“被领导”的感觉。但当自己到了管理层的地位,面对下属的失误,应该如何处理呢?来看看两位Quora上的答者是怎么说的。

  • Quora精选:聪明人的10大特征

    他们是不是能把屋子里的其他人也变得一样的聪明。[/cn] [en]7. If they are managers, they will make every effort to get people smarter, more connected and more popular than them in their teams. They’re not threatened because they know that smartness is [w]synergistic[/w]. They also make sure that their smart people get to look smarter than them for the same reason.[/en][cn]如果他们是经理级别的人物,他们会努力让别Quora人在整个团队中看上去比他们还要聪明、亲密和受欢迎。他们不会感到威胁,因为聪明有相互促进的作用。同理,他们也会确保这些聪明人看起来更聪明。[/cn] [en]8. They have hidden skills that never get rolled out until they’re needed. They don’t have any need to show their full capabilities for reasons of proving they’re better than others.[/en][cn]不到万不得已,他们不会展现出自己的所有技能,无需仅仅为了证明自己比别人厉害而去秀自己的能力。[/cn] [en]9. They may or may not have expensive educations. You’d never know, just by being with them unless you had their CV in front of you.[/en][cn]他们也许没有受到非常高端的教育,除非看到他们的简历,否则你永远都无从得知。[/cn] [en]10. They never, ever, under any circumstances, make you look stupid, even though it would be easy to do so. They’ve learnt through bitter experience that the only thing that happens when you make someone look bad is you look bad yourself.[/en][cn]在任何情况下,他们绝对绝对不会让你看起来很愚笨,哪怕这是件轻而易举的事情。因为从过去的教训中他们学到的是,让别人出丑的唯一结果就是自己也出丑。[/cn] [en]Now you should know who the smart people are. If you want to be the smart one, let me give you this extra advice from Steve Jobs “Stay hungry. Stay foolish.”[/en][cn]现在你应该知道谁才是聪明人了吧。如果你想变得聪明,再送你一句话,就是乔帮主那句经典的名言:“求知若饥,虚心若愚”。[/cn]