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常說這3句話,你能成為一個更睿智的人


  常說這3句話,你能成為一個更睿智的人
  It's pretty safe to say that we'd all like to come across as well-informed, knowledgeable, and smart. Society values experts and rewards them, so we benefit when we're seen as having a certain level of command in what we do and what we speak about. While it's certainly positive to better ourselves in this regard, it can be a dangerous path to go down if we're focused too much on perceived expertise and intelligence during our interactions with others.
  我們都喜歡給人留下見多識廣、知識淵博、聰明睿智的印象,這一點不假。我們的社會重視專家,而且專家也能得到回報。因此,當我們在自己所做、所談的領域有兩把刷子的時候,我們是能夠得到好處的。在這個方向上不斷精進當然是個好事,但是,如果在于別人溝通的過程中太過強調自己的專業程度與智力優越感,那就很危險了。
  As we seek to better ourselves in our fields of work, we may notice our vocabulary shifting to defend our newfound status. We don't admit our shortcomings for fear of becoming vulnerable to criticism, and we stop acknowledging others to preserve our own ranking. However, what this behavior turns one into is not an expert but a know-it-all. To avoid becoming the latter, make a conscious effort to continue to implement the following three phrases into your daily interactions. True experts who know their value and don't question their own intelligence use these phrases regularly. It doesn't make them sound unsure or unreliable, it makes them sound smart.
  隨著我們在專業領域不斷精進,我們可能會發現自己遣詞造句的方式也跟著變了。為了避免遭受批評,我們拒絕承認自己的不足;為了保全自己的地位,我們不在認可別人。然而,這么做不會讓你成為專家,而是一個不懂裝懂的人。為了避免成為后者,在日常的交流中不妨多用用下面3個表達方式。真正的專家對自己的價值學識自信篤定,不會因為使用這三個表達而變得妄自菲薄。相反,他們經常使用它們,這不光不會讓人覺得專他們含糊其辭、搖擺不定,反而讓他們顯得更加聰明老練。
  1. "What do you think?" Taking the time to consider multiple ideas—especially those of others—shows you're smart enough to do your research. Know-it-alls resist input from others and put themselves in situations where they make more mistakes (and also turn off everyone around them). If you're smart, you'll want to seek out the ideas and opinions of others to better inform your own.
  1. “你的想法是什么?”花點時間考慮下不同的觀點?特別是別人的觀點。這么做會讓人覺得你夠聰明,讓人覺得你的確能處理好手上的研究任務。不懂裝懂的人總是拒絕接受別人的介入,而這讓他們自己更容易犯錯(也會拖累身邊的人)。真正睿智的人會綜合考慮別人的觀點來使自己的想法更完善。
  2. "I was wrong." Know-it-alls let their pride get the best of them and aren't able to admit failure. Recognizing when you've erred, learning from it, and then quickly moving forward is the sign of a truly mature, well-functioning adult. Everyone makes mistakes, and they're necessary to grow and improve."
  2. “我錯了。”不懂裝懂的人十分自負,從不承認自己的失敗。意識到自己的錯誤,從中汲取經驗,然后更好的進步,這才是一個成熟的,懂得為人處世的成年人。每個人都會犯錯,兒錯誤是成長與進步中必須的一部分。
  3. Say nothing at all. While this isn't a phrase, choosing when to refrain from speaking is just as important as deciding what to say. Even if you're well-versed in the subject, don't dominate the conversation. Let others speak. You'll learn more from hearing what others have to say and become even smarter.
  3. 沉默是金。盡管這并不是中表達方式啦,但是,選擇什么時候不說話和選擇該說什么一樣重要。即使你對一個領域如數家珍,也不要一面倒地霸占整個交流過程。給別人說話的機會,你會從他人的見解中得到啟示并成為一個更睿智的人。
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