亚当·格兰特

    亚当·格兰特 是美国心理学家和作家,现任宾夕法尼亚大学沃顿商学院组织心理学教授。他在28岁时获得终身教职,成为沃顿商学院最年轻的终身教授。

亚当·格兰特(Adam Grant)名言

When takers talk about mistakes, they're usually quick to place the blame on other people. Givers are more likely to say 'Here's the mistake I made; I learned the following from it. Here are the steps I'm taking to make sure I don't let people down in the future.'

当接受者谈论错误时,他们通常会很快将责任归咎于其他人。 给予者更有可能说:“这是我犯的错误; 我从中学到了以下内容。 以下是我要采取的步骤,以确保以后不会让别人失望。 '

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Some of the greatest moments in human history were fueled by emotional intelligence.

情感智慧助长了人类历史上一些最重要的时刻。

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Being a nice person is about courtesy: you're friendly, polite, agreeable, and accommodating. When people believe they have to be nice in order to give, they fail to set boundaries, rarely say no, and become pushovers, letting others walk all over them.

成为一个好人是关于礼貌:您友善,礼貌,乐于助人且乐于助人。 当人们认为自己必须善于奉献时,他们就无法设定界限,很少说不,而成为俯卧撑,让其他人走遍他们。

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Takers believe in a zero-sum world, and they end up creating one where bosses, colleagues and clients don't trust them. Givers build deeper and broader relationships - people are rooting for them instead of gunning for them.

接受者相信一个零和的世界,最终他们创造了一个老板,同事和客户不信任他们的世界。 给予者建立了越来越广泛的关系-人们为他们加油而不是为他们加油。

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To generate creative ideas, it's important to start from an unusual place. But to explain those ideas, they have to be connected to something familiar.

为了产生创意,从一个不寻常的地方开始很重要。 但是,要解释这些想法,必须将它们与熟悉的事物联系起来。

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Once people take ownership over the decision to receive feedback, they're less defensive about it.

一旦人们对接收反馈的决定拥有所有权,他们就不会对此感到防御。

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Meditation isn't snake oil. For some people, meditation might be the most efficient way to reduce stress and cultivate mindfulness. But it isn't a panacea. If you don't meditate, there's no need to stress out about it.

冥想不是蛇油。 对于某些人来说,冥想可能是减轻压力和培养正念的最有效方法。 但这不是万能药。 如果您不冥想,则无需强调。

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I have two rules for a great book: make me think and make me smile.

对于一本好书,我有两个规则:让我思考,让我微笑。

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