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Its time we moved beyond Mars and Venus,男人来自火星,女人来自金星的时代已经过去because the truth is that men are from Africa现在所有人都知道真相,男人来自非洲and women are from Africa.女人也来自非洲Thank you.谢谢大家Thank you. Thank you.谢谢,谢谢So a question.问个问题Its so perplexing, trying to use arguments about evolutionary history要将进化历史方面的据转化为现今人类行动的依据to turn that into what we ought to do today.这是一件非常令人费解的事情Someone could give a talk and say,有些人演讲可能会说look at us, weve got these really sharp teeth看我们,我们有这些尖利的牙齿and muscles and a brain thats really good at throwing weapons,还有肌肉和脑,非常擅于投掷武器and if you look at lots of societies around the world,因此你可以在世界上很多地方youll see very high rates of violence.看到高暴力事件发生率Nonviolence is a choice like vegetarianism,非暴力就像素食主义,是一种选择but its not who you are.但你不一定要像那样How is that different from the talk you gave?你的演讲同这有什么区别Well first of all,首先the evidence for high levels of violence in prehistory is very debatable.史前暴力水平有多高,在据上还有争议But thats just an example.这只是一个例子Certainly, you know, lots of people say to me,显然,很多人都跟我说just because we lived a certain way in the past我们过去以某种方式生活doesnt mean we should live that way now, and I agree with that.并不意味着我们现在要以这种方式生活,我很赞同Everyone has to respond to the modern world.每个人都需要去适应现代世界But the body does have its inherent evolved trajectories.但人体有一些固有的进化轨迹And so you could live on McDonalds and milkshakes,你可以以麦当劳和奶昔为食but your body will rebel against that. We have appetites.但你的身体会反抗,我们有欲望I think it was Schopenhauer who said, a person can do what they want我记得叔本华曾说过,一个人可以做他想要做的but not want what they want.但不能意志他想要意志的And so what Im arguing against因此,我要反驳的是is the shame thats associated with desires.同欲望相关的一些羞耻感Its the idea that if you love your husband or wife例如,虽然你爱你的丈夫或是妻子but you still are attracted to other people, theres something wrong with you,但你还被其他人所吸引,你会觉得自己犯了错theres something wrong with your marriage, something wrong with your partner.会觉得婚姻出了问题,会觉得配偶出了问题I think a lot of families are fractured by unrealistic expectations我认为很多家庭都受到了这种非现实预期的困扰that are based upon this false vision of human sexuality.而这种预期是对于人类性的错误观念Thats what Im trying to get at.这就是我要讲的观点Thank you. Communicated powerfully. Thanks a lot.谢谢你,很有力的论点,非常感谢Thank you, Chris.也谢谢你,克里斯201506/379589Simple and clear and super important for him to know 简单明了 而且非常重要 需要让马克知道People rarely speak this clearly 在工作或者生活中in the workforce or in life 人们很少会把话说那么明了And as you get more senior 尤其是当你的级别上升后not only will people speak less clearly to you 人们不仅不会和你把话说清楚but they will overreact to the small things you say 还会对你所说的小事反应过激When I joined Facebook 当我加入Facebook的时候one of the things I had to do 我的职责之一was build the business side of the company 就是把公司商业那块给建立起来and put some systems into place 将其系统化But I wanted to do it without destroying the culture 但是我不想破坏Facebook原有的文化that made Facebook great 就是这些文化促成了Facebook的伟大So one of the things I tried to do was encourage people 我尝试的一件事就是not to do formal PowerPoint presentations for meetings with me 鼓励人们和我开会时不要做正式的PPTI would say things like 我会说Dont do PowerPoint presentations for meetings with me 和我开会不用做PPTWhy dont you come in with a list of what you want to discuss 把你想讨论的事列出来就行But everyone ignored me and they kept doing their presentations 但是所有人都无视我的要求 仍然在做PPTmeeting after meeting 就这样一个又一个会议month after month 一个月又一个月 没有改变So about two years in, I said 大概两年后 我说OK, I hate rules but I have a rule OK 我不喜欢条条框框 但我要定个规矩no more PowerPoint in my meetings 和我开会不用做PPTAnd I mean it, No more 我是认真的 别再做了About a month later 大约一个月之后I was about to speak to our global sales team on a big stage我在一个大型场合正要和全球销售团队讲话and someone came up to me and said 一个同事上来对我说Before you get on that stage 在你上台之前you really should know everyones pretty upset 你应该知道大家对你制定的about the no PowerPoint with clients thing 和客户会面不做PPT的规定很有意见I said, What no PowerPoint with clients thing? 我说 什么和客户会面不做PPT?They said, You made rule no: PowerPoint 他们说 你制定了一个规定:不做PPTSo I got on the stage and said 之后我上了台就说one, I meant no PowerPoint with me 首先 我说的是和我开会不用PPTBut two, more importantly 其次 更重要的是next time you hear something thats really stupid 下次你们听到一些你们认为很傻的话dont adhere to it 不要去遵循它Fight it or ignore it 而要去提意见或者无视它even if its coming from me or Mark 哪怕你知道那话是我或者马克说的A good leader recognizes that 一个好的领导者most people wont feel comfortable challenging authority 知道大部分人不愿意去挑战权威so it falls upon authority to encourage them to question 所以领导者有义务去鼓励大家来质疑201511/409500

Good morning 早上好Im Stephen Colbert 我是斯蒂芬·科尔伯特and I want thank 我想感谢or ;thank; 或者说;感谢;the class of 2013 2013届毕业生们for inviting me here today 感谢今天邀请我来Thank you very much. Its an honor 非常感谢 这是一份荣耀This is way more than I expected 这比我预想的多太多了I wouldve done it for free. This is incredibly generous我本打算免费出场的 你们太大方了Thank you 谢谢你们Now before I get started在开始演讲之前I just want a little bit of business 先做一下商务推广out of courtesy, if anyone has a cell phone 出于礼貌 如果大家有手机的话please take a moment to make sure that it is turned on 请花一小会 确保手机开着I wouldnt want any of you to miss a text or我不想让任何人错过tweet while Im giving my speech 我在演讲时发的消息或推特In fact, you might want to take a minute right now 实际上 我希望你们花一分钟时间if youve got the twitter app 如果你们有推特应用的话is take a moment right now and follow my twitter feed 现在花点时间粉一下我的推特帐号Its @StephenAtHome我的推特是@StephenAtHomejust in case I tweet anything during the speech 这样等下演讲时我发推特 你们就能读到And now then it is an honor to be speaking at your 2013 Valedictory Exercises 然后 很荣幸在你们的2013年优秀毕业生典礼上致辞I believe that means on Im this years valedictorian 我相信这意味着我是今年致词的最优秀毕业生and Im shocked as you are because 我同你们一样感到震惊 因为201602/427077Pakistan is a peace loving, democratic country.巴基斯坦是个热爱和平民主的国家。Pashtuns want education for their daughters and sons.普什图人要他们的女儿与儿子接受教育。Islam is a religion of peace, humanity and brotherhood.伊斯兰教是个推崇和平、仁善与手足情谊的宗教。It is the duty and responsibility to get education for each child, that is what it says.让每位孩子上学是它的义务与责任,伊斯兰教是这么说的。Peace is a necessity for education.和平是教育之必要。In many parts of the world, especially Pakistan and Afghanistan, terrorism, war and conflicts stop children from going to schools.世界上许多地方,特别是巴基斯坦与阿富汗,恐怖主义、战争和冲突阻挠了孩子就学的机会。We are really tired of these wars.我们对这些战争感到疲倦不堪。Women and children are suffering in many ways in many parts of the world.女人与孩子在很多方面和世界上许多地方饱受受折磨。In India, innocent and poor children are victims of child labor.在印度,无辜与贫困的孩子是童工受害者。Many schools have been destroyed in Nigeria.在尼日利亚许多学校惨遭摧毁。People in Afghanistan have been affected by extremism.在阿富汗,阿富汗人遭受极端主义的影响。Young girls have to do domestic child labor and are forced to get married at an early age.年轻的女孩必须做家务童工并且在年幼时就被逼迫结婚。Poverty, ignorance, injustice, racism and the deprivation of basic rights are the main problems, faced by both men and women.贫穷、无知、不公、种族主义和基本权利的剥夺,是男女都得面对的最大问题。Today I am focusing on womens rights and girls education because they are suffering the most.今天,我关注女性权益和女童教育,因为她们承受的苦难最多。There was a time when women activists asked men to stand up for their rights.曾经,女性活动家要求男性为她们争取权益。But this time we will do it by ourselves.但这次我们会为自己争取权益。201412/348248U.S. Fed started a program with Mexico to enable money service businesses to send money to Mexico for a fixed cost of only 67 cents per transaction.美国联邦政府和墨西哥之间启动了一个项目,使得汇款公司往墨西哥寄钱时只需要每笔67美分的手续费。And yet, these faster, cheaper, better options cant be applied internationally because of the fear of money laundering,even though there is little data to support any connection, any significant connection between money laundering and these small remittance transactions.但是这些更快,更便宜,更好的办法,还不能在国际上通用,因为担心被人利用来洗钱。虽然没有什么数据明这两者之间有什么联系,就是说洗钱和小额的移民汇款之间有什么联系。Many international banks now are wary of hosting bank accounts of money service businesses, especially those serving Somalia.很多跨国现在害怕拥有汇款公司的账户,特别是那些业务涉及到索马里的公司。Somalia, a country where the per capita income is only 250 dollars per year.索马里人均年收入才250美元。Monthly remittances, on average, to Somalia is larger than that amount.按月寄往索马里的移民汇款平均都大于这个数。Remittances are the lifeblood of Somalia.移民汇款成了索马里的血脉。And yet, this is an example of the right hand giving a lot of aid,while the left hand is cutting the lifeblood to that economy, through regulations.索马里的情况就是个典型的例子,一方面右手给予很多援助,另一方面左手又通过各种条规切断它的经济血脉。Then there is the case of poor people from villages, like me.像我这样来自乡村的穷人还会遇到另一个问题。In the villages, the only place where you can get money is through the post office.在乡村里,唯一能收到汇款的地方是邮局。Most of the governments in the world have allowed their post offices to have exclusive partnerships with money transfer companies.世界上多数国家的政府都允许邮局和某个汇款公司之间建立唯一的合作关系。So, if I have to send money to my father in the village, I must send money through that particular money transfer company,even if the cost is high.所以如果我要寄钱给乡下的父亲,我就必须得去特定的那一家汇款公司寄。即使它收费较高,I cannot go to a cheaper option.我也没有其它的选择。This has to go.这种情况必须要改变。So, what can international organizations and social entrepreneurs do to reduce the cost of sending money home?那么,国际组织和社会企业家们可以做些什么来降低寄钱回家的费用呢?First, relax regulations on small remittances under 1,000 dollars.首先,放宽关于一千美元以下的小额移民汇款的法规,Governments should recognize that small remittances are not money laundering.政府应该意识到,小额汇款不是洗钱。Second, governments should abolish exclusive partnerships between their post office and the money transfer company.第二,政府应该禁止邮局和某个汇款公司建立唯一的合作关系。For that matter, between the post office and any national banking system that has a large network that serves the poor.最好是禁止邮局和任何全国性的系统之间建立这种关系,In fact, they should promote competition,open up the partnership so that we will bring down costs like we did,like they did, in the telecommunications industry. 实际上,他们应该鼓励竞争,开放合作伙伴,这样就可以降低费用,就像电话业那样。You have seen what has happened there.你们都知道电话业的情况了。Third, large nonprofit philanthropic organizations should create a remittance platform on a nonprofit basis.第三,大型非营利性组织应该在非营利的基础上创建一个移民汇款平台。They should create a nonprofit remittance platform to serve the money transfer companies so that they can send money at a low cost,while complying with all the complex regulations all over the world.他们应该创建一个非营利的移民汇款平台来务于汇款公司,使他们能降低寄钱的费用,同时还能不违反世界各地各种复杂的条规。The development community should set a goal of reducing remittance costs to one percent from the current eight percent.发展中的社区应该朝着将移民汇款费率从现在的8%降到1%的目标努力。If we reduce costs to one percent,that would release a saving of 30 billion dollars per year.如果我们能把费用降到1%,将每年省下300亿美元。Thirty billion dollars, thats larger than the entire bilateral aid budget going to Africa per year.比每年给非洲的全部双边资助预算还多,That is larger than, or almost similar to,the total aid budget of the ed States government,the largest donor on the planet.而且也比美国政府的全部援助预算还多,或着几乎相当。这可是全球最大的捐助国。Actually, the savings would be larger than that 30 billion because remittance channels are also used for aid, trade and investment purposes.实际上,省下的还不止那三百亿,因为移民汇款渠道还可以用于救援,贸易和投资。Another major impediment to the flow of remittances reaching the family is the large and exorbitant and illegal cost of recruitment,fees that migrants pay, migrant workers pay to laborers who found them the job.另一个严重阻碍移民汇款到达家人手中的因素,是高额的非法招工费。这些费是移民工人付给给他们找到工作的人的。I was in Dubai a few years ago.几年前我去过迪拜I visited a camp for workers.我去了一个劳工的营地。201505/377599

In such a spirit on my part and on yours, we face our common difficulties. They concern, thank God, only material things. Values have shrunken to fantastic levels; taxes have risen, our ability to pay has fallen; government of all kinds is faced by serious curtailment of income; the means of exchange are frozen in the currents of trade; the withered leaves of industrial enterprise lie on every side; farmers find no markets for their produce, and the savings of many years and thousands of families are gone.我和你们都要以这种精神,来面对我们共同的困难。感谢上帝,这些困难只是物质方面的。价值难以想象地贬缩了;课税增加了;我们的付能力下降了;各级政府面临着严重的收入短缺;交换手段在贸易过程中遭到了冻结;工业企业枯萎的落叶到处可见;农场主的产品找不到销路;千家万户多年的积蓄付之东流。More important, a host of unemployed citizens face the grim problem of existence, and an equal and great number toil with little return. Only a foolish optimist can deny the dark realities of the moment.更重要的是,大批失业公民正面临严峻的生存问题,还有大批公民正以艰辛的劳动换取微薄的报酬。只有愚蠢的乐天派会否认当前这些阴暗的现实。And yet, our distress comes from no failure of substance, we are stricken by no plague of locusts. Compared with the perils which our forefathers conquered, because they believed and were not afraid, we have so much to be thankful for. Nature surrounds us with her bounty, and human efforts have multiplied it. Plenty is at our doorstep, but a generous use of it languishes in the very sight of the supply.但是,我们的苦恼决不是因为缺乏物资。我们没有遭到什么蝗虫的灾害。我们的先辈曾以信念和无畏一次次转危为安,比起他们经历过的险阻,我们仍大可感到欣慰。大自然仍在给予我们恩惠,人类的努力已使之倍增。富足的情景近在咫尺,但就在我们见到这种情景的时候,宽裕的生活却悄然离去。 /201305/238205But by editorial,说到编辑I mean there are a thousand things that we could我是指我们正在做的1000件事里be doing but theres only one or two that are important只有一两件是重要的All of these ideas and来自用户的all of these stories from our users,工程师的,持者的from engineers, from support people,各种想法和故事from designers are going to constantly flood会不断冲击what we should be doing.我们应该做的事情We need to choose the one or two我需要选择那一件或两件that are really going to drive会真的带动这个网络,务,产品and sustain the network and the service and the product让它们持续发展的事情As an editor,拿编辑打比方I am effectively just the chief editor of the company.我就是公司有效率的总编As an editor, Im constantly taking all these inputs作为一个编辑,我不断地吸收这些输入程序and deciding on that one or that intersection of决定哪一点或是哪一部分a few that makes sense for what were doing.是值得去做的Theres three access points that I pay attention to,我尤其注意到in particular.三个切入点Number 1 is the team.第一就是团队We have to bring the best people in,我们必须招揽最优秀的人edit the best people in吸纳最优秀的人so we have a good cast of characters,所以我们有了强大的阵容and edit away any negative elements.剪辑走了负面元素A lot of this is just like the timing is off这项工作很难,经常会出现and our relationship just doesnt match.不论多久,关系就是调理不好的情况In some cases, we have to ask people在某些情况下,我需要让有些人to leave or they leave on their own.离开,或者等他们主动离开But its always minding that team dynamic但是团队动态需要始终放在心上because at the end of the day,因为当这一阶段结束后were just a group of people working on one single goal我们就会成为一群人在为同一个目标奋斗If we cant step in a cohesive coordinative fashion,如果我们不能成为一个相互协调相互统一的整体then were going to trip all over the place.那我们就会东扑西扑And thats a messy company. No one wants to use that.公司也会变得一团糟,团队也没人敢用So, recruiting is number 1.所以招贤纳士是第一位Number 2 is internal and external communication.第二是内部和外部的交流Internal communication is just the coordination around内部的交流就是协调我们手头的工作what were doing and why were doing it and what our搞清楚我们为什么在做这些工作goals are and why the goals are like that. Thats it.为什么我们有这些目标,就是如此If you have that sort of high-level,如果你做到这么高水准的内部交流this is where were going,就与我们的前进方向不谋而合this is the vision, this is the next 30 days and这就是未来,这是接下来30天three months and six months and a year maybe,3个月,半年或是1年的前景it makes it very, very easy to这让公司各部门的人set priorities and for all of the edges做正确的事of the company to set their own priorities设立工作重点to do the right thing.变得非常容易The external communication is the product.外部交流就是产品The product is the story were telling the world.产品就是我们告诉世界的故事We want to put everything through this.我们想将所有东西都放在里面We dont want it to be about a person.我们不想让故事只针对某人We want it to be about我们想让它成为关于how people are using it and how people are人们怎样使用它和人们怎样fitting it into their lives让它融入生活and what theyre doing with it.人们用它做什么Thats the strongest story we have.这是我们最有力的故事So, number 2 is that所以第二就是internal and external communication.内部和外部的交流Number 3 is editing the money in the bank story.第三就是像那样;编辑;钱This comes in two ways.这有两种方式It comes through investment and它来自投资和taking money from investors,从投资者那里拿钱either through swiping their credit cards while无论是当他们不注意的时候刷信用卡theyre not looking or through revenue.还是通过业务来盈利Fortunately, Square is a company幸运的是 Square是一家that has revenue from day 1从第一天就有收入的公司so we can look at constantly building that and所以我们可以看到在不断地建设它we dont have to worry about much investment.而不必担心投资问题We can focus on that revenue piece.我们可以集中在收入这一块So, my three priorities and以上依次是我的三个重点my focus areas are in that order.和关注领域Thats what Im constantly editing as a CEO.这是我作为CEO不断编辑的东西I think it makes managing a growing company我认为它让一个不断壮大的公司的管理and a fast-paced movement very,和快速发展变得very easy because非常简单there is basically one thing that you have to do.因为你必须做一件事You have to make every single detail perfect就是让每个细节都很完美and you have to limit the number of details.你必须要限制细节的数量Thats it.就是这样Every detail perfect, limit the number of details.每个细节都完美,限制细节的数量If you can do that well,如果你在这方面可以做得很好no matter where you are in the org structure,不管你在这个组织机构的哪里no matter where you are in the company or organization,不管你在公司或是组织的哪个位置youre going to succeed because youre paying你就会成功,因为你attention to the smallest things.注意到了细小的东西And if you pay attention to the smallest如果你注意到了最小的东西things while knowing whats important,并且知道什么是重要的then everything else takes care of itself.那么任何其他事情都会自然而然地好起来201503/366863It is always a pleasure to greeta sea of alumni on Commencement afternoon—even though my role is that of thewarm-up act for the feature to come. Today I am especially aware of the treatwe have in store as I look out on not a sea, but a veritable ocean ofanticipation.But it is my customary assignmentand privilege to offer each spring a report to the alumni on the year that isending. And this was a year that for a number of reasons demands special note.“The world is too much with us”—the lines of Wordsworth’s well-known poem echoed in my mind as I thoughtabout my remarks today, for the world has intruded on us this year in ways wenever would have imagined. The University had not officially closed for a daysince 1978. This year it closed three times. Twice it was for cases of extremeweather—first for superstorm Sandy and then for Nemo, the record-breakingFebruary blizzard. The third was of course the day of Boston’s lockdown in theaftermath of the tragic Marathon bombings. This was a year that challengedfundamental assumptions about life’s security, stability and predictability.Yet as I reflected on theseintrusions from a world so very much with us, I was struck by how we at Harvardare so actively engaged in shaping that world and indeed in addressing so manyof the most important and trying questions that these recent events have posed.Just two weeks ago, climatescientists and disaster relief workers gathered here for a two-day conferenceco-sponsored by the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and the Harvard UniversityCenter for the Environment. They came to explore the very issues presented bySandy and Nemo and to consider how academic researchers and workers on theground can collaborate more effectively.This gathering represents justone example of the wide range of activities across the University dedicated toaddressing the challenges of climate change. How can we advance the sciencethat helps us understand climate change—and perhaps avert it? How can we devisesolutions—from new technologies to principles of urban design—that mightmitigate it? How can we envision the public policies to manage and respond toit? Harvard is deeply engaged with the broad issues of energy andenvironment—offering more than 250 courses in this area, gathering 225 facultythrough our environment center and its programs, enrolling 100 doctoralstudents from 7 Schools and many different disciplines in a graduate consortiumdesigned to broaden their understanding of environmental issues. Our facultyare studying atmospheric composition and working to develop renewable energysources; they are seeking to manage rising oceans and to reimagine cities foran era of increasingly threatening weather; they are helping to fashionenvironmental regulations and international climate agreements.So the weather isn’t somethingthat simply happens at Harvard, even though it may have seemed that way when wehad to close twice this year. It is a focus of study and of research, as wework to confront the implications of climate change and help shape national andinternational responses to its extremes.When Boston experienced thetragedy of the Marathon bombings last month, the city and surroundingmunicipalities went into lockdown on April 19 to help ensure the capture of theescaped suspect, and Harvard responded in extraordinary ways. Within our owncommunity, students, faculty and staff went well beyond their ordinaryresponsibilities to support one another and keep the University operatingsmoothly and safely under unprecedented circumstances. But we also witnessedour colleagues’ magnificent efforts to meet the needs of Boston and our other neighborsin the crisis. The Harvard Police worked with other law enforcement agencies,and several of our officers played a critical role in saving the life of thetransit officer wounded in Watertown. Doctors, nurses and other staff, manyfrom our affiliated hospitals, performed a near-miracle in ensuring that everyinjured person who arrived at a hospital survived. Years of disaster planningand emergency iness enabled these institutions to act in a stunninglycoordinated and effective manner. I am deeply proud of the contributions madeby members of the Harvard community in the immediate aftermath of the bombings.But our broader and ongoingresponsibility as a university is to ask and address the larger questions anysuch tragedy poses: to prepare for the next crisis and the one after that, evenas we work to prevent them; to help us all understand the origins and themeaning of such terrible events in human lives and societies. We do this workin the teaching and research to which we devote ourselves every day.201412/349535

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