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I dont know about you, but I love lists. You cant beat them as an organisational tool for getting things done. So when I first Richards list, I thought that it looked like a great guide to action. But on closer scrutiny, I wasnt so sure. This was because, despite a few periods of great sadness, life has been very good to me and I know that I have experienced success in many parts of it.我不知道你们是否喜欢罗列清单,但我非常喜欢这样做。罗列清单能帮我们把事情做得井井有条,这一点毋庸置疑。所以当我第一次读到理查德的“成功八部曲”时,我就觉得这是行动的伟大向导。但细细品味,我又对此产生了怀疑。因为,虽然经历过一些痛苦,但我的生活依然很好,我在很多方面也获得了成功。Yet when I looked more closely at Richards list, I realised that I had skipped over some of his most important steps. For example, I am passionate about far too many things to concentrate on just one--be it politics and leadership, economic history, public policy, mentoring, rainforests and gardens, community and family--I could go on. Clearly I seem to lack focus! In fact, my whole career has been a bit of a random walk.然而,当我更加仔细品读理查德的“成功八部曲”时,我发现自己忽略了一些最重要的步骤。例如,我热爱太多的事情,并没有专注于一件事情——我涉足过政界、做过领导,研究过经济史和社会政策,从事过教育,关注过雨林和园艺,还对社区和家庭感兴趣等待。显然,我缺乏专注。事实上,我的职业生涯有点像漫步。I started spruiking Australian wine at the New York food fair, before becoming a secretary in Washington because the World Bank did not recognise my ANU degree and I needed a job. Then I morphed from an economic policy wonk at the Commonwealth Treasury, to being a senior advisor to the Prime Minister of Australia, in charge of government business and multiculturalism.在华盛顿做秘书前,我在纽约食品市场推销过澳洲酒,因为当时世界不认可我在澳大利亚国立大学获得的学位,而我需要一份工作。后来,我从联邦财政部的经济政策专家转而成为澳大利亚总理的调理顾问,主要负责政府工作和多元文化研究。 /201308/252899。

SECRETARY KERRY: Good afternoon, everybody. Thank you for your patience. In Washington a few moments ago, President Obama announced that we had reached an agreement to formally re-establish diplomatic relations with the Republic of Cuba and that we will reopen embassies in our respective countries. Later this summer, as the President announced, I will travel to Cuba to personally take part in the formal reopening of our ed States Embassy in Havana. This will mark the resumption of embassy operations after a period of 54 years. It will also be the first visit by a Secretary of State to Cuba since 1945. The reopening of our embassy, I will tell you, is an important step on the road to restoring fully normal relations between the ed States and Cuba. Coming a quarter of a century after the end of the Cold War, it recognizes the reality of the changed circumstances, and it will serve to meet a number of practical needs. The ed States and Cuba continue to have sharp differences over democracy, human rights, and related issues, but we also have identified areas for cooperation that include law enforcement, safe transportation, emergency response, environmental protection, telecommunications, and migration. The resumption of full embassy activities will help us engage the Cuban Government more often and at a higher level, and it will also allow our diplomats to interact more frequently, and frankly more broadly and effectively, with the Cuban people. In addition, we will better be able to assist Americans who travel to the island nation in order to visit family members or for other purposes. This transition, this moment in history, is taking place because President Obama made a personal, fundamental decision to change a policy that didnt work and that had been in place not working for far too long. I believe thats leadership, and I appreciate that leadership. And President Castro felt similarly that it was time for a change. Both leaders agree that concentrating on the issues and possibilities of the future is far more productive than remaining mired in the past. And I would say as we look at the world today with conflicts that we see and even these negotiations taking place here in Vienna, it is important for people to understand that things can change, that leadership can be effective and can make a difference. This step has been long overdue, and the response of the international community has reflected the relief and the welcoming that people all over the world feel for this step. This step will advance the Presidents vision – President Obamas vision – of an Americas where responsibilities are widely shared and where countries combine their strengths to advance common interests and values. And we, frankly, also believe that this opening will help to change relationships in the region as a whole. I want to thank Assistant Secretary of State Roberta Jacobson and her team, our team at the State Department, together with those at the White House who have worked to lead these discussions with their Cuban counterparts in order to enable the normalization of our diplomatic relations and the reopening of our embassies. I also want to thank the Government of Switzerland for the essential role that they have played in serving as the ed States protecting power in Cuba for more than 50 years. And finally, I want to acknowledge the efforts of many in the ed States Congress, the Cuban American community, civil society, faith-based organizations, the private sector, and others throughout our country and beyond who have supported the start of a new chapter of relations between the ed States and Cuba. I look forward to meeting again with my Cuban counterpart, Bruno Rodriguez, who I saw most recently in Panama, and I also look forward to greeting our embassy personnel and the Cuban people in Havana later this summer. I look forward to taking part in the reopening of our ed States embassy and in the raising of the Stars and Stripes over that embassy, and the beginning of a new era of a new relationship with the people of Cuba. Thank you all very much. QUESTION: Mr. Secretary, will American diplomats have free access to talk to people – SECRETARY KERRY: Well talk about all those details later. Im not going to take questions right now, folks, but I appreciate very much your patience and interest. QUESTION: Just a few words about the negotiations here today, please. SECRETARY KERRY: Well, Ive got to take these away for that. (Laughter.) We are working very, very hard. We have some very difficult issues, but we believe were making progress and were going to continue to work because of that. Thank you all. QUESTION: Foreign Minister Zarif said theres no deadline. Is there? SECRETARY KERRY: Thank you very much. QUESTION: Is there a deadline, sir? SECRETARY KERRY: We have our own sense of deadline.201508/393694。

I meet young comedians all the time, they just say 我总碰到有年轻喜剧演员跟我说I just want to do colleges, I just play small clubs, I just play jazz s 我只想对大学生表演 我只想在小俱乐部表演等等You should always try to find the topless audience you can 你总应当竭尽所能找最顶级的观众Its how you get better and what you do 这才能让你变得更好You know when I was starting out the comedy down in Los Angeles 我最开始在洛杉矶表演喜剧的时候I personally asked for the toughest slot of the night 请求在最难的地方进行表演I wanted to follow Richard Pryor every night 我每晚都要紧随理查德·普赖尔because I knew that Richard blow the audience out, so they would be exhausted因为我知道理查德讲完后 观众已经有些疲了and then I got up when I found out very quickly I didnt have 20 minutes 然后我上台 我没有20分钟可以表演I had about six minutes 我只有大约6分钟because that was the only stuff that was really funny 因为只有这段时间能够讲有趣的东西and I threw anything else out and built on that six minutes until you get better我把无关紧要的内容都删减掉 专注于这6分钟Number 19 第19点all manufacturing has a scrap rate 所有行业都有报废率The more product you put out, the greater your chances of error 生产的产品越多 出错的几率就越大Accept criticism, resolved to do better 接受批评 努力改进You know something, people say, I never bad reviews. I always bad reviews 有些人说自己从不看差评 我则很喜欢看差评youll learn more from your critics than you will ever learn from your friends 从批评者那里学到的东西会比从朋友那里学到的要多得多And number 20, the last one remember 第20点 也是最后一点anybody can have a life 任何人都有自己的生活要过careers are hard to come by 职业很难获得So with that I say, Happy Mothers Day 就这些 母亲节快乐And thank you so much for this great honor. Thank you 感谢大家给了我这份荣誉 谢谢201601/44。

Easter is a time for Christians to celebrate the ultimate triumph of life over death in the resurrection of Jesus. And for all of us it’s a time to reflect on the part that Christianity plays in our national life – that church is not just a collection of beautiful old buildings, it’s a living active force doing great works right across our country. When people are homeless, the church is there with hot meals and shelter; when people are addicted or in debt, when people are suffering or grieving, the church is there. I know from the most difficult times in my own life that the kindness of the church can be a huge comfort.Across Britain, Christians don’t just talk about ‘loving thy neighbour,’ they live it out ... in faith schools, in prisons, in community groups. And it’s for all these reasons that we should feel proud to say: this is a Christian country. Yes, we are a nation that embraces, welcomes and accepts all faiths and none, but we are still a Christian country.That’s why the government I lead has done some important things, from investing tens of millions of pounds to repair churches and cathedrals to passing a law that reaffirms the right of councils to say prayers in their townhood.And as a Christian country, our responsibilities don’t end there. We have a duty to speak out about the persecution of Christians around the world, too.It is truly shocking that in 2015 there are still Christians being threatened, tortured even killed because of their faith, from Egypt to Nigeria, Libya to North Korea. Across the Middle East, Christians have been hounded out of their homes, forced to flee from village to village, many of them forced to renounce their faith or brutally murdered.To all those brave Christians in Iraq and Syria who are practising their faith, or sheltering others, we must say, ‘We stand with you’.This government has put those words into action – whether getting humanitarian aid to those stranded on Mount Sinjar or funding grassroot reconciliation in Iraq.In the coming months, we must continue to speak as one voice for freedom of belief. So this Easter, we should keep in our thoughts all those Christians facing persecution abroad and give thanks for all those Christians who are making a real difference here at home. On which note, I’d like to wish you and your family a very Happy Easter.201507/385574。

And originally it was a math problem more or less.最初它差不多只是一个数学问题的游戏。Like, heres the economics of illegal immigration.就像,关于非法移民的经济学问题。And the more I learned about the Mexican culture my partner is Mexican — the more I learned that,之后,随着我学到越来越多的墨西哥文化—我的搭档是墨西哥人—我越来越发现,you know, for all of us, food is a basic need, but,你知道,对于我们所有人来说,食物是基本的需求,and it is obviously with Mexicans too, but its much more than that.当然对墨西哥人也是,但对他们来说食物的含义远不止如此。Its an expression of love. Its an expression of,God, Im totally choking up way more than I thought.食物是爱的表达。它是—上帝,我没想到我会这么哽咽。Ill look away from the picture.我还是先不看这张照片好了。Its an expression of beauty. Its how they say they love you.它是美的表达。这是他们表达他们爱你的方式。Its how they say they care, and you cant hear somebody talk about their Mexican grandmother without saying ;food; in the first sentence.这是他们表达在乎的方式。任何一个墨西哥人谈起他的祖母,第一句中一定会有;食物;。And so to me, this beautiful culture, this beautiful expression is something that I want to capture through games.对我来说,这种美丽的文化,这种美丽的表达方式,正是我想要通过游戏捕捉的东西。And so games, for a change, it changes how we see topics,因此游戏能够带来改变,它改变了我们讨论主题的方式,it changes how our perceptions about those people in topics, and it changes ourselves.它改变了我们对那些主题中人物的看法,它也改变了我们自己。We change as people through games,我们通过玩游戏发生改变,because were involved, and were playing,因为我们既是玩游戏的人,又是游戏的一部分,and were learning as we do so. Thank you.与此同时,我们能学到东西。谢谢。201603/428857。

Mr. president校长先生I have the high honor to present Mr. Sean Combs我很荣幸为你介绍肖恩·库姆斯先生to receive at your hand the honorary degree of doctor of humanities请你亲手将人文学荣誉士学位授予他Sean Combs肖恩·库姆斯dynamic groundbreaking global entrepreneur活力四射的全球开拓性企业家creative, visionary, dedicated humanitarian and innovative philanthropist具有创造力 想象力和奉献精神的人道主义者和慈善家Your supreme commitment to excellence你追求卓越的精神品质servant leadership and a solid work ethic造福大众的领袖气质 以及扎实肯干的道德信念have propelled you to the forefront of the world of business for over two decades让你在过去二十年间引领着世界经营的最前沿And now as the chairman, chief executive officer and founder of the Combs Enterprises现在 你作为库姆斯公司的主席 首席执行官和创始人one of the preeminent groups of companies and brands world wide在全球建立了杰出的公司和品牌Recently named one of the most influential people in the world最近 时代周刊和CNN都将你by both Time magazine and CNN评为世界上最具影响力的人物之一your renowned reputation as a master of brand builder作为品牌塑造者 你在业内具有崇高声誉pop culture icon and advocate for youth education and entrepreneurship你是流行文化的标志 是年轻人教育和创业的倡导者is one of your stellar hallmarks你是流行文化的标志 是年轻人教育和创业的倡导者Your unique lives work today你的独特生命轨迹为现如今树立了典范and vital contributions to America and the global community对美国和全球的社区都可谓贡献卓著epitomized the cherished core values of the Capstone你体现出了霍华德大学的核心价值leadership, excellence, truth and service领导 卓越 真理和务It is with immense respect and outmost pride我非常尊敬和自豪地that we honor you, a true son of Howard请你这位真正的霍华德之子on a historic occasion of our 146 commencement as convocation orator在学校第146届毕业典礼这一历史性事件上 担任演讲者and name you, a beloved son of the Capstone我们正式承认你这位霍华德之子as we confer upon you the degree of doctor of humanities honoris causa并授予你人文学荣誉士学位Congratulations Dr. Combs祝贺库姆斯士201412/350142。

For most suicidal folks,or those contemplating suicide,they wouldnt think of hurting another person. 对于大多数试图自杀者,或考虑自杀的人,他们不会想到会伤害到另一个人,They just want their own pain to end.他们就是想结束自己的痛苦。Typically, this is accomplished in just three ways:通常,只有三种方法可以实现:sleep, drugs or alcohol, or death.睡觉,毒品或酒精,或是死亡。In my career, Ive responded to and been involved in hundreds of mental illness and suicide calls around the bridge.在我的职业生涯中,我参与了数百起大桥附近的精神疾病和自杀报案。大桥附近的精神疾病和自杀报案。Of those incidents Ive been directly involved with,Ive only lost two,but thats two too many.其中我直接参与的事件里,我只失去了两个,但两个实在太多了。One was Jason.一个是杰森。The other was a man I spoke to for about an hour.另外一个是名男子,我和他谈了大约一个小时。During that time, he shook my hand on three occasions.在那一小时里,他三次与我握手。On that final handshake,he looked at me, and he said,Kevin, Im sorry, but I have to go. 最后一次握手时,他看着我说,凯文,我很抱歉,我得走了。And he leapt.他一跃而下。Horrible, absolutely horrible.太可怕了,真的太可怕了。I do want to tell you, though,the vast majority of folks that we do get to contact on that bridge do not commit suicide.但我真的想告诉你们,绝大多数我们在桥上与之有过接触的人都没有自杀。Additionally, that very few who have jumped off the bridge and lived and can talk about it,that one to two percent,most of those folks have said that the second that they let go of that rail,they knew that they had made a mistake and they wanted to live. 另外,那些跳下桥并且幸存的极少数,那些能说起这件事的人,那百分之一、二的人,其中多数人都说,他们放开护栏的一瞬间,他们知道了自己犯下了一个错误,他们想活。I tell people, the bridge not only connects Marin to San Francisco,but people together also.我告诉人们,金门大桥连接的不仅是马林县与旧金山,也连接着人与人之间。That connection, or bridge that we make,is something that each and every one of us should strive to do.这种连接,或者我们所建的这座桥,代表着我们每一个人应当为之而努力的东西。Suicide is preventable.自杀是可以避免的。There is help. There is hope.有帮助,也有希望。Thank you very much.非常感谢大家。201506/380831。