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企業家問佛:人生應如何是好?


企業家問佛:人生應如何是好?




有如下幾種方法

1、不給思維拴上轡頭
阻礙我們成功的,不是我們未知的東西,而是我們已知的東西。

2、不浪費每一分錢
如果你養成了節儉的習慣,那么就意味著你具有控制自己欲望的能力,意味著你已開始主宰你自己,意味著你正培養一些最重要的個人品質,即自力更生、獨立自主,以及聰明機智和創造能力。換句話說,就意味著你有了追求,你將會是一個卓有成就的人。

3、珍惜生命中的每一分鐘
浪費時間是生命中最大的錯誤,也是最具毀滅性的力量。大量的機遇就蘊含在點點滴滴的時間當中。浪費時間往往是絕望的開始,也是幸福生活的扼殺者……明天的幸福就寄寓在今天的時間中。

4、換個角度看問題
法國雕塑家羅丹說過:“我們的生活里不是缺少美,而是缺少發現。”生活里有著許許多多美好的事物,許許多多的快樂,關鍵在於我們能不能發現。而要發現它,關鍵在自己。

5、別怕犯錯
世上沒有萬無一失的成功之路,動態的人生總帶有很大的隨機性,各要素往往變幻莫測,難以捉摸。所以,要想成功就非得有不怕犯錯的勇氣不可。在不確定的環境裡,冒險精神是最稀有的資源。

6、控制自己的情緒
先學會管理自己的情緒,才會管理好其他。

7、誠信待人
誠實是一條自然法則,就像萬有引力定律不可違背一樣,誠實的定律也是不可違背的。違背的結果就是受到懲罰,不可逃脫的懲罰,或許他們可以暫時地逃避,但最終卻無法逃避公平。

8、信守你的承諾
信守承諾不僅是立身處世的一種高尚的品質和情操,更是在體現對人尊重的同時,尊重了自己。

9、正確對待壓力
世界上不存在任何沒有壓力的環境。要求生活中沒有壓力,就好比幻想在沒有摩擦力的地面上行走一樣不可能,關鍵在於怎樣對待壓力。

10. 懂得放下
放下執著與名利得失,得知我幸,不得我命,放下才能自在。




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"Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow."

Benjamin Franklin began and ended each day with a question: "What good shall I do this day?" in the morning, and "What good have I done this day?" in the evening.


In fact, many great thinkers embraced the idea of constantly questioning things.


As Albert Einstein reportedly said, "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.


The important thing is not to stop questioning and learning."
Of course, getting into the habit of self-reflection is easier said than done, as we often prefer to avoid asking ourselves the tough questions. As philosopher and psychologist John Dewey explained in his 1910 book, "How We Think," reflective thinking involves overcoming our predisposition to accept things at face value and the willingness to endure mental unrest.


But enduring this discomfort is well worth the effort, as it can result in the confidence boost necessary to perform better in our work and daily lives.


To help kick start your habit of self-reflection, here are nine daily questions you can start asking today:
'If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?'








Stanford/YouTube




In 2005, about a year after he received his pancreatic cancer diagnosis, Apple's then-CEO Steve Jobs told Stanford's graduating class that, for 33 years, he would look in the mirror every morning and ask himself, "If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?"
If the answer was "No" for too many days in a row, he says he know he needed to change something.


"Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything — all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure — these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important," Jobs explained. "Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart."







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凡事唯有投入,結果才能深入; 凡事唯有付出,結果才能傑出; 凡事唯有磨鍊,結果才能熟練; 凡事唯有不煩,結果才能不凡。
能與智者同行,你會不同凡響;能與高人為伍,你能登上巔峰。
你雖不能改變環境, 但卻可以轉換心境;你雖不能樣樣勝利,但卻可以事事盡力。
Dr. Chao Yuang Shiang (PH.D in management), Assistant Professor,Dep. of Finance & Institute of financial management, Nan Hua University.
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