CHAPTER 3 The Goals That Keep You Moving Forward 第五讲

CHAPTER 3 The Goals That Keep You Moving Forward 第五讲

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1.在达成目标的过程中,知道自己何时去寻求帮助是一件非常重要的事情。

2.寻求帮助分为两种类型:

1)“Autonomous” help

2)“Expedient” help

第一种寻求帮助地方式会让你得到更大地提升,因为你只是寻求一个方向性地帮助,你会会自己花时间找到问题的答案;而第二种寻求帮助地方式则是倾向于别人直接给你答案。

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Put differently, expedient help is giving a hungry man a fish, and autonomous help is teaching him how to fish.

不做伸手党很重要。

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Asking for Help

1.“One of the most important things you can do to reach any difficult goal is know when to ask for and accept help. Seeking help can be a very effective way to cope with obstacles, face challenges, or just navigate unfamiliar terrain.”

摘录来自: Heidi Grant Halvorson, Ph. D. “Succeed”。 iBooks.

2.“Autonomous” help promotes understanding and learning, so that eventually you can do whatever it is on your own. “Expedient” help refers to those times when you really just want someone to do the work or handle the problem for you. Put differently, expedient help is giving a hungry man a fish, and autonomous help is teaching him how to fish.”

摘录来自: Heidi Grant Halvorson, Ph. D. “Succeed”。 iBooks.

3.“ Get-better goals lead you to handle difficulty gracefully, persist in the face of challenge, find interest and enjoyment in what you do, use better strategies, and seek the right kind of help when you need it. ”

摘录来自: Heidi Grant Halvorson, Ph. D. “Succeed”。 iBooks.

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1.在向别人寻求帮助的过程中一定要注意,不要企图让别人直接给你答案。
2.读到第十一课,23min

生词:

autonomous

| BrE ɔːˈtɒnəməs, AmE ɔˈtɑnəməs | adjective①(self-governing)

自治的 zìzhì de ②(acting independently)自主的 zìzhǔ de

expedient| BrE ɪkˈspiːdɪənt, ɛkˈspiːdɪənt, AmE ɪkˈspidiənt | A.adjective①(convenient)适宜的 shìyí de ‹course of action, move, temporary solution›②(advantageous)出于私利考虑的 chūyú sīlì kǎolǜ de ‹policy, course of action, solution›B.noun应急的手段 yìngjí de shǒuduàn

commend| BrE kəˈmɛnd, AmE kəˈmɛnd | A.transitive verb①(praise)称赞 chēngzànshe was commended for bravery她因勇敢而受到表扬 ②formal (recommend)推荐 tuījiàn to have much to commend it优点很多 to have little or almost nothing to commend it乏善可陈 ③formal (entrust)委托 wěituō to commend one's soul to God将灵魂托付给上帝 B.reflexive verbto commend oneself/itself to [somebody];受到某人的欣赏 shòudào mǒu rén de xīnshǎng his work had commended itself to his superiors他的工作受到上级的赏识

disruptive| BrE dɪsˈrʌptɪv, AmE dɪsˈrəptɪv | adjective引起混乱的 yǐnqǐ hùnluàn de

chock-full| BrE tʃɒkˈfʊl, AmE ˌtʃɑkˈfʊl | adjectivepredicative塞满的 sāimǎn de chock-full of people/cars挤满了人/车的

terrain| BrE tɛˈreɪn, AmE təˈreɪn | nounUncountable and countable地带 dìdài fertile/infertile terrain肥沃/贫瘠的土地

with respect to

PHRASE

  • As regards; with reference to.

‘the two groups were similar with respect to age, sex, and diagnoses’

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