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  • 5-year-old daughter, wanting her father to help her do something.Father: ;I#39;m so tired, if you praise me, I#39;ll Be fresh.;Daughter: ;Lao Zheng!;Dad: ;Hey!;Daughter: ;Your chick looks really nice ah ......;5岁的女儿让老爸帮她做某事。老爸:“爸爸很累啦,你夸我两句吧,你夸我两句我就又有劲了。”女儿:“老郑!”老爸:“哎!”女儿:“你家妞妞长得可真漂亮啊……”。
  • Should you charge friends for advice?帮朋友忙要不要收钱Are you the divorce attorney everyone calls with their marital woes? The accountant who finds that the dinner conversation inevitably turns to whether or not your friend#39;s new iPad or trip to Bermuda is tax-deductible? Maybe you#39;re the techie whose friends and parents#39; friends call repeatedly with questions about uploading photos to the cloud or sharing s online.身为离婚律师,是不是每个人都给你打电话咨询他们的婚姻危机?身为会计师,你是不是发现晚餐的谈话不可避免地转向你朋友的新款iPad平板电脑或百慕大之旅可以免税的话题?又或许,你是位技术专家,你的朋友和父母的朋友会反复打电话,询问如何上传照片到云盘或者分享在线视频?It#39;s great to be an expert in your field, and it#39;s flattering to be asked for your opinion or advice, but sometimes people cross the limits of personal and work-life boundaries. Just because Jonas Salk gave away the polio vaccine for free and Craig Newmark refuses to charge for Craigslist, you don#39;t have to be a philanthropist too. As altruistic as you may be, you don#39;t have to provide unlimited counsel to friends and family around the clock. You should be helpful when you can, but you are entitled to put meaningful limits on the pro bono advice you dish out regularly.成为你所在领域的专家感觉不错,别人征求你的意见或建议也让你颇为得意,不过有时候人们越过了个人交往和工作与生活平衡的界限。不能因为乔纳斯#8226;索尔克免费提供脊髓灰质炎疫苗,克雷格#8226;纽马克拒绝对Craigslist网站收费,你也必须当个慈善家。你也许大公无私,但是不必全天候为朋友或家人提供无穷无尽的建议。你应该在你力所能及的时候提供帮助,但是你有权为你日常提供的无偿建议加上有益的限制。When you find yourself in situations that push the envelope, determine the amount of ;free; time/energy you#39;re willing to dedicate to a friend#39;s issue and then give of yourself graciously within that time allotment. Next, give your friend or family member options of how you might continue to be helpful after their initial free pass.当你发现自己的处境超越极限的时候,那么你要在愿意致力于解决朋友的问题方面,限定“免费”的时间或精力范围,然后在时间允许的情况下慷慨地帮助对方。接下来告诉你的朋友或家人,他们在最初的免费范围以外,还可以选择哪些方式继续获得你的帮助。Friends help friends. When someone near and dear to you comes with a question, issue, or problem, be generous and share your talents or expertise freely. Agreeing to spend an hour setting up someone#39;s email, 30 minutes reviewing a resume, or an afternoon brainstorming business ideas is well within the bounds of friendly advice and familial give and take. Spending a week setting up a website, troubleshooting tech issues endlessly, or drafting, writing, and reviewing an application to law school is crossing the line.朋友总是相互帮助。如果有个非常亲密的人向你咨询某个问题或事项,你要尽量慷慨大方,免费分享你的才华和专业知识。比如,你愿意用一个小时处理某人的电子邮件,用30分钟查看一份简历,花一个下午的时间集体讨论经营理念,这些做法都在提供友好建议以及为家庭做出奉献与回报的范围内。用一个星期的时间建立一家网站,无休止地解答疑难的高科技问题,或者起草、撰写和审核一份法学院申请信,这些做法就越过了界限。Think about the amount of time or energy that fits into your schedule without undue personal sacrifice and the amount of time necessary to provide real value to the other person. As a career expert, I#39;m happy to give an hour of my time to prepare for a friend#39;s performance review, script out asking for a raise or talk through a difficult conversation with the boss. I won#39;t, however, coach you regularly or talk to your employees for free.想想你要付出多少时间和精力,既适合你的日程安排,又不用做出过分的个人牺牲,确定向他人提供真正价值所需要的时间。作为一名职业咨询专家,我很高兴抽出一个小时的时间准备朋友的业绩评估,撰写要求加薪的腹稿,详细讨论与老板的沟通不畅问题。但是,我不会定期指导你,也不会免费和你的员工交流。Just as a houseguest eventually overstays his welcome, so too do people overburden you by assuming you#39;ll continue your role as adviser, counselor, therapist, problem solver, or life coach, indefinitely. After sharing your initial thoughts or giving some meaningful advice for free, it#39;s entirely acceptable to change the dynamic.久住难为人。客人待得太久,难免遭人厌烦。人们认为你会无限期地继续扮演顾问、咨询师、治疗师、问题解决达人或生活教练的角色,最终将给你带来过于沉重的负担。分享你最初的想法、无偿提供一些有益的建议之后,改变这种状态是完全合情合理。If the advice you#39;re providing is directly related to your profession or your side hustle, then be upfront and acknowledge you#39;ll need to put together an agreement to make sure you#39;re compensated for your time and energy going forward. If the advice relates simply to a natural talent or hobby but not how you earn your keep, you#39;re still entitled to be compensated.如果你提供的建议直接关系到你的专业或者你的副业,那就坦白直言,承认你需要达成一项协议,确保你付出的时间和精力能够获得报酬。如果这些建议只是涉及你的天赋或爱好,但是并不是你的谋生之道,你也仍然有权得到补偿。Once you#39;ve established your inability to provide bottomless advice for free, you can then soften the blow. State that you#39;re willing to stay involved on a more casual level for free and serve as a background adviser. This shows you to be generous and genuine in wanting to help while at the same time protecting your professional integrity. It also gives your friend a way to save face if they never had any intention of paying you in the first place.一旦向人明确,你不能毫无限制地免费提供意见,你就可以减轻对别人的伤害。你可以表态,愿意继续以更轻松自在的方式提供免费意见,担任后备顾问的角色。一方面,这样做显示了你的慷慨大度,真心诚意地愿意帮助别人,另一方面也维护了你的职业操守。如果朋友们从来没有想过向你付钱的话,这种方式还让你的朋友保全了面子。Offering over-the-shoulder advice after the more formal ;you-should-pay-me; route communicates that there#39;s a difference between pinging you occasionally with questions and taxing you regularly with real or meaningful work that you should be compensated for.“你应该付钱给我。”经过这样的交流,以后再蜻蜓点水地继续提供建议,这样就可以传达出一个信息:偶尔麻烦你解决问题和经常让你从事原本应该得到报酬的真正或有意义的工作,两者之间是有区别的。Lastly, go ahead and recommend others who might help your friend#39;s cause. This demonstrates that you#39;re not trying to profiteer here -- you genuinely have your buddy#39;s best interest at heart. Perhaps working together formally is just too awkward or uncomfortable, perhaps you don#39;t have the time or capacity no matter the financial arrangement, or perhaps you#39;re really not the best person for the job. Whatever the case, you probably know someone who can help.最后,推荐其他可能对你朋友的事业有所帮助的人。这表明你并不想借此牟取暴利——你真诚地关心好友的核心利益。也许只是因为双方正式的合作会觉得太尴尬,或者让人感到不舒,也许你单纯只是因为没有时间或者能力解决问题,跟钱没有关系,又也许你并不是做这份工作的最好人选。无论是哪种情况,你都可能认识某个能够帮上忙的人。You owe it to yourself to not undermine the value of your time. While you#39;re happy to give and share advice when appropriate, you#39;re not in the business of being taken for a ride. Have enough self-respect and confidence to value your time and energy appropriately and help out when you can. But don#39;t feel forced to do Aunt Edna#39;s taxes year after year, write Johnny college essays, or give legal advice for free.你要努力不贬低自己的时间价值。尽管你很高兴在适当的时候做出贡献和分享建议,但是你并不愿意白白被别人利用。你有足够的自尊和信心,合理地珍惜你的时间和精力,在你力所能及的时候提供帮助。但是不要觉得自己被迫年复一年地为艾德娜阿姨报税,为约翰尼写大学论文,或者免费提供法律意见。 /201304/233517。
  • Helping Others 美国方式:帮助他人 Christmas in America means different things to different people. To some people, Christmas means brightly wrapped packages under a decorated tree. To others, it means family reunions and a wonderful meal together. To Christians, it means Jesus' birthday. Christmas also means lending a helping hand to people in need. Along with all the hubbub of shopping for presents and sending Christmas cards, many people in America take time to help others. 在美国,圣诞节对不同的人代表了不同的意义。对某些人而言,圣诞节的意义是在布置好的圣诞树底下那些包装得色鲜艳的礼物。对另外一些人而言,它的意义则是家人团圆以及共享美好的一餐。对基督徒来说,它代表了耶稣的诞生。圣诞节的意义也是向需要帮助的人伸出援手。在采购礼物及寄送圣诞卡片的一阵忙乱当中,很多美国人仍会拨出时间去帮助别人。 In America and around the world, Christmas offers many opportunities to sp "peace on earth, good will toward men." For example, Salvation Army bell ringers are a familiar sight to most Christmas shoppers. They stand outside malls and stores collecting money for the needy. Many churches and other organizations collect toys and clothes as Christmas gifts for poor families. Going caroling is another traditional way to bring cheer to neighbors--especially the elderly and people who can't get out much. The Christmas spirit encourages people to help each other in many large and small ways. 在美国及全世界各地,圣诞节提供了很多传扬「平安与世,善意与人」的机会。例如,救世军的摇铃者对大多数为圣诞节购物的人们而言,是一个熟悉的景象。他们通常会站在购物中心和商店外面,为有需要的人募钱。很多教会和其它的机构会收集玩具和衣,作为穷苦家庭的圣诞礼物。报佳音是另外一种能够将欢乐带给邻舍的传统方式,尤其是针对那些老人和无法常出门的人。圣诞节的精神鼓励人们在许多大大小小的事情上互相帮助。 /200803/32922。
  • Mr.Chairman,  Ladies and gentlemen,  董事长先生:  女士们、先生们:   Happy New Year to you all!  各位新年快乐!  On behalf of all the members of my group, I'd like to thank you, Mr. Chairman, for your gracious invitation for us to attend such an enjoyable New Year party in such a magnificently decorated hall.  我谨代表我们一行的全体成员,感谢董事长的盛情邀请,使我们来到装饰得如此华丽的大厅,参加如此快乐的新年晚会。  The New Year's Day is a very happy and joyous occasion. It is really a wonderful time of the year. There is something in this holiday which appeals to everyone. That is, warmth, love, care, union, harmony and dedication of mankind. This is the spirit of the New Year holiday.  元旦是一个十分欢愉的节日,这的确是一年中的良辰佳时。元旦对我们所有人都有其引人之处,那就是人间的温暖、爱恋、关怀、团聚、融洽和奉献。这就是元旦的精神所在。  Of course, we really enjoy the delicious wine and excellent food served here. Yes, the roast turkey is simply delicious. Also, the music is superb. If I were a better dancer, I could have enjoyed the party more. I like everything here, but more important, I enjoyed meeting and talking to you, getting to know you, and sharing the memorable time together.  当然,我们很喜欢这里的美酒佳肴。是的,烤火鸡的味道好极了。音乐也非常优美。要是我会跳舞的话,想必会过得更加快乐。我喜欢这里的一切,而更为重要的是,我喜欢同你们聚会,同你们交谈,增进了解,共度难忘的时光。  I am deeply grateful for this nice arrangement. The party was perfectly organized and I enjoyed every minute of it. I'm sure I will remember this great occation for many years to come.  对于这次美好的安排,我感激不尽。晚会组织得完美无缺,令人尽兴尽致。我日后一定还会记得这次美好的聚会。  It has been a great year for all of us in terms of our harmonious business relationship. Our joint venture has had a remarkable sales growth. I hope we will be able to maintain this practical cooperative relationship and make the coming new year a more fruitful year.  就我们融洽的商务关系而言,今年对我们所有人来说都是一个好年度。我们合资企业的销售额显著增长。我希望我们能保持这种务实的合作关系,使明年的业绩更加辉煌。  I would like to toast with you to this happy occation at the end of the year.  让我们在这年终岁末之际,共同举杯,祝贺这喜庆佳节。  Thank you very much again for this wonderful party. We had a great evening.  我为有幸参加这次精的聚会,再次向您深表谢意。我们度过了一个美好的夜晚。  Happy New Year once again to all of you!   我再一次祝各位新年快乐! /200803/28899。
  • As she walks into the ballroom of an airport hotel, 20 women offer a collective(1) swoon(2). Then come reactions one would expect were reserved just for Oprah: the screeches(3), the tears, the fluttering hand over the heart. One woman is hyperventilating(4), breathlessly squealing(5): "Ommigod! It's Mo'Nique! It's Mo'Nique!"Looking like a plus-sized black Barbie in a green polka-dot(6) sundress, her hair in a playful flip, the 39-year-old actress-comedian is quickly engulfed(7) by her "fat girls." She embraces them, trying not to muss(8) her makeup with her own tears."I always think I'm going to do fine when I get to this point, but I know your tears," she tells them, each a finalist in the third year of her big-girl beauty competition, "Mo'Nique's F.A.T. Chance" — as in "Fabulous And Thick."With cameras rolling, Mo'Nique moves around the room proclaiming each woman "Miss F.A.T.". The first one-hour show, "Mo'Nique's F.A.T. Chance: The Road to Paris," aired Saturday and features these and 2,000 other women who answered open casting calls(9) in Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas.Of them, five were chosen to strut their stuff(10) in glamorous gowns on a runway at the Le Grand Hotel in Paris. The two-hour show, "Mo'Nique's F.A.T. Chance: Paris," ends with the ,000 grand prize winner and the crowning of a new Miss F.A.T."We wanted to go beyond the beauty pageant," Mo'Nique says, kicking off her high-heeled sandals(11) during a taping break(12). "We also wanted to create runway fashion shows, to give fat girls the option of saying, `Yeah, we've got this, too!' It's about taking the show to the next level."It's also about continuing to break stereotypes worldwide. "When we first went (to Paris), some of the places we went to had the same feeling as in America — like, `What? Fat women? No thank you.' But then there were people that totally got it.""What was so wonderful for me was that I was IN that group of women," says Mo'Nique, who lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Sidney Hicks, and their 21-month old twin boys. She has two teenage sons from a previous marriage."I'm the same woman that dreams of going to the fashion capital of the world and being a supermodel. I had the same dreams they had as a little girl."But size isn't the only thing that matters."Mo'Nique's whole philosophy of life, and the philosophy of the show, is to love yourself, to be the best you can be," says longtime friend and executive producer Don Weiner. 当她步入机场酒店的舞厅,20位女子欣喜若狂。然后出现了只有见到Oprah才会有的反应:尖叫、哭泣、胸前颤动的双手。其中一个女子喘不上气来地尖叫:“哦!我的天!Mo'Nique!是Mo'Nique”。这位39岁的喜剧演员身穿一袭绿色的圆点花阳裙,头发调皮地翘着,看上去如同大码的黑肤芭比娃娃,很快被她的“胖女孩们”团团围住。她与她们相拥,泪水差点冲坏了脸上的妆。在第三届胖女孩选美大赛“Mo'Nique F.A.T.环肥”上,她对每一位决赛选手说:“一直以为当我来到这里能够控制好自己的情绪,但是我了解你们的眼泪。” F.A.T.的意思是“Fabulous And Thick”。随着摄像机的转动,Mo'Nique在舞厅中翩翩走动,为大家介绍每一位“环肥”。周六。“Mo'Nique's环肥:通往巴黎之路”第一小时节目播出,为大家展示了两千多位来自洛杉矶、芝加哥和达拉斯的的海选。其中五名脱颖而出,可以穿上迷人的礼裙在巴黎大饭店展示风采。此节目最终颁发5万美元大奖并评选出一名新的环肥。换摄影带休息的时候,Mo'Nique脱掉高跟凉鞋说:“我们希望能够超越选美比赛的概念,把它办成时装秀的舞台,让胖女孩也可以这样说:‘是的,我们也能参加时装秀!’这样节目就上升了一个层次。”这也正逐渐打破全世界的固有观念。“初到巴黎,一些地方的人和美国人的反应一样—‘什么?胖女人?不,谢谢你!’但是后来已经有人能够完全接受了。”Mo'Nique目前和丈夫Sidney Hicks、21个月的双胞胎男孩以及和前夫的两个十来岁的儿子住在洛杉矶。她说:“当我和她们聚集到一起,感觉非常好。”“我和其他女孩拥有同样的梦想,渴望来到世界时尚之都,成为超级模特。当我还小的时候就同大家一样地梦想着。”但是体形并非唯一的决定因素。Mo'Nique的老朋友、监制Don Weiner说:“Mo'Nique的人生哲学、节目哲学就是爱自己,尽力做到最好。” /200805/37746。
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