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  • Hey, it’s Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be to create a business

    嗨! 我是瑪莉·芙萊奧,你現在收看的是Marie TV ,這裡能讓你學會創造你所熱愛的事業

  • and life you love. Isn’t that beautiful? I think it’s amazing. Today is Q&A Tuesday

    和生活。是不是很美啊?我覺得超棒的。今天禮拜二是你問我答的時間,

  • and today’s question comes from Alisha and Alisha writes:

    今天的問題來自Alisa,她問道:

  • Dear, dear Marie. My boss has the mentality of do whatever it takes to get ahead in business,

    「親愛的瑪莉,我的老闆在事業上有著不擇手段做什麼都要領先的心態,

  • even if it means being dishonest or using severe manipulation. Every time I bring this

    即使是指需要說謊或使用強烈的操縱手段。每一次,

  • up to friends or colleagues they all tell me that the most successful CEOs are ruthless

    我跟朋友或同事提起這事時,他們都會告訴說大部分事業成功的執行長都是無情

  • and completely cutthroat. For example, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. And that this behavior

    且十分殘酷的人。例如,Steve Jobs (蘋果公司的創辦人)和Bill Gates(微軟公司的創始人),並認為這種做法

  • is basically necessary. I hate that and it breaks my heart. How does one create success

    是基本必需的。我很討厭這種說法,並感到心碎。要怎麼當一個待人好,又能創造一個成功事業的人呢?

  • as a sweetheart? XOXO, Alisha.”

    愛你,Alisha。」

  • Alisha, I love this question. Yes, of course weve all heard stories about Bill Gates

    Alisha,我喜歡這個問題。沒錯,我們當然都聽過許多故事,關於Bill Gates、

  • and the late, great Steve Jobs and so many others whove been painted, sometimes as

    已故的偉大的Steve Jobs,以及其他許多被認為

  • super rich genius jerks. But I’ve gotta tell you, thinking that that’s just the

    超級富有、頭腦很好卻惡名昭彰的人。但我必須告訴你,認為反正事情就是這樣,

  • way it is or that it has to be is so dangerous. Because if some part of you believes that

    或是事情一定得如此的想法,是很危險的。因為假如某部份的你相信

  • in order to be successful you have to check your integrity at the door, youre gonna

    為了成功,而必須拋棄個人操守的話,那你則會

  • severely limit yourself and what youre capable of achieving.

    大大地限制了自己和自己有能力做到的事

  • I know most people think that’s the way it works, but it’s not true. This idea that

    我知道大部分的人認為那樣做才能有成功的事業,但事實並不盡然

  • you have to sacrifice your kindness and your values and your moral compass just to be uber

    對於必須犠牲仁慈、價值觀和道德羅盤,

  • successful is plain wrong. Successful people come in all shapes and sizes and there is

    只為了能變得超級成功,這個價值觀是錯誤的。有各種形形色色的成功人士,

  • a critical difference between being a strong, successful leader who achieves remarkable

    最關鍵的區別在於當一位有杰出成就的強勢、成功的領導者,

  • things and being an immoral, dishonest d-bag who does anything to get ahead.

    和當一位為了領先不擇手段的無道德感、不誠實的冷酷的人

  • First thing I want you to realize is that legendary asshats tend to get a lot of press.

    我要你明白的第一件事是,那些傳說中冷酷的人,往往會得到很多媒體的注意

  • And that’s because those are the kind of stories that the media loves. And honestly,

    因為媒體就喜愛那樣的故事報導。而且,說實話,

  • none of us know how true those stories really are. Plus those stories give most people an

    我們沒有人知道那些故事的真實性如何。加上那些故事給大多數的人一條

  • easy out because it reinforces a false belief that in order to be successful, you have to

    好走的路,因為它強化了一個錯誤的信念:想要成功的話,

  • be a jerk.

    就必須當一個冷酷的人

  • Second, there are tons of hugely successful people that are strong leaders and theyre

    第二,有超級多的成功人士都是強勢的領導者,

  • sweethearts. Now, one that I’ve had personal experience with is Sir Richard Branson. Now,

    但他們待人都很好。我有過的親身經歷是Richard Branson爵士(Virgin品牌創始人)

  • I’ve worked with him, I’ve worked with his team, I’ve watched him interact with

    我曾和他合作過,和他的團隊合作過,看過他和員工間的互動,

  • his staff, and I can tell you firsthand that he’s an incredibly kind and honorable human

    我可以跟你說的第一手資訊,便是他真的是一位令人難以置信的仁慈又高尚的人

  • being.

  • Is he perfect? No, but neither are you and neither am I and neither is anyone. And there

    他完美嗎?當然不,但你和我也不完美,沒有人是完美的

  • are millions of other strong and successful leaders who are not as famous and theyre

    有上百萬名其他強勢成功的領導者,雖然沒有很出名,

  • doing great things in this world. So how do you do it? I’ve gotta tell you, it is all

    但他們為這世界也做了很多偉大的事。因此,你該怎麼做呢?我必須告訴你,這一切的關鍵

  • about your approach. For example, every leader has to be able to do these 4 things:

    在於你的做法。例如,每位領導者都必須做到下列四件事:

  • Number one, give direct and honest feedback. Number two, inspire outstanding performance

    第一件:給與直接且誠實的回饋。第二件:鼓舞團隊有出色的表現

  • in  your team. Number three, make tough calls, which often means disappointing and upsetting

    第三件:做出困難的決定,通常會令其他人失望或不安

  • others. Number four, let people go.

    第四件:讓員工離開

  • Here’s the trick, you can either do each of these 4 things like an asshat or like a

    這裡有個小撇步,你可以冷酷地或者像個甜心一樣去做這四件事

  • sweetheart. So, for example, you can give direct and honest feedback with compassion

    舉例來說,你可以用同情或殘酷的方式,給予直接且誠實的回饋

  • or with cruelty. You can get outstanding results from your team through inspiration or intimidation.

    你可以藉由鼓舞或恐嚇的方式來得到團隊表現出色的效果

  • Now, you get the idea. Anything you do as a leader can be done with an open, honest

    現在,你懂我的意思了吧!身為領導者,你可以帶著一顆開放、誠實的心去做每一件事,

  • heart or you can just be a jerk. The best part, you get to choose what kind of leader

    或者你可以就選擇當個冷酷的人。最棒的部份是,你可以選擇要當哪一種領導者

  • you want to be.

  • Finally, I’d go so far as to say that being an asshat in business is not only unnecessary

    最後,我再次強調,在生意上做為一個冷酷的人不僅是不必要地,

  • but it’s actually dangerous. In today’s digital world where private emails and texts

    而且實際上是很危險的。在今日的數位世界裡,每天都有人分享

  • and videos of conversations get shared with the public on a daily basis, you’d be a

    私人電子郵件、簡訊和對話的影片

  • total dumbass to behave unethically and think it’s not gonna eventually get out. So let’s

    假如你有任何不道德的行為,還認為永遠不會被抓包的話,你就是個十足的大笨蛋

  • land this plane on a Tweetable.

    讓我們就以一則推特訊息做個總結吧!

  • Holding onto your heart never has to hold you back from success.”

    「忠於自己的心,決不會阻攔你成功。」

  • Now I would love to hear your take. As weve discussed, believing that you have to check

    現在,我想聽聽你的意見。如同我們所討論的,相信你必須拋棄

  • your integrity at the door in order to be uber successful is just plain wrong. So I’d

    個人操守來達到成功的目的,根本是完全錯誤的想法。因此,

  • love to know, what other unchallenged assumptions or beliefs do you have about success that

    我想知道,你有什麼可能會阻撓你成功的其他受到質疑的假設或信仰嗎?

  • might be holding you back? You can’t change what youre not aware of, so think about

    你不能改變你不知道的事,因此,想一下,

  • it, leave a comment below, and let me know.

    在下方留言,讓我知道

  • Now, as always, the best discussions happen after the episode over at MarieForleo.com,

    如往常一樣,每一集結束後,MarieForleo.com網站裡都會出現熱烈的討論,

  • so come on over there and leave a comment now.

    所以現在就請你到網站上留下你的想法吧!

  • Did you like this video? If so, subscribe to our lovely channel and share this puppy

    你喜歡這一集影片嗎? 如果喜歡,請你訂閱我們的頻道,並將這部影片分享給

  • with all your friends. And if you want even more great resources to create a business

    你的朋友們。如果你想要更多資源去創造

  • and life that you love, plus some personal insights from me that I only get to talk about

    你所熱愛的事業和生活,以及我只在郵件中分享的個人洞見的話,

  • in email, come on over to MarieForleo.com and sign up for email updates.

    那就來MarieForleo.com網站註冊,以取得郵件的訂閱更新

  • Stay on your game and keep going for your dreams because the world needs that special

    專注你的事業,並持續追求你的夢想,因為這世界正需要你那

  • gift that only you have. Thank you so much for watching and I’ll catch you next

    獨一無二的天賦。非常感謝你的收看,我們下次再於Marie TV上相見囉!

  • time

  • on MarieTV.

Hey, it’s Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be to create a business

嗨! 我是瑪莉·芙萊奧,你現在收看的是Marie TV ,這裡能讓你學會創造你所熱愛的事業

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【MarieTV】要經營成功就必須是個冷酷的人? (How To Be Uber-Successful Without Being An Asshat)

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    Adam Huang 發佈於 2016 年 03 月 27 日
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