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Pisces 双鱼座 (2月20日~3月20日)Pisces is a Water element. Ruled by mystical Neptune, This sign is extremely receptive, compassionate, and other-directed.双鱼座是水相星座。受神秘的海王星所控制。双鱼非常善于接纳,富有同情心,并且很为别人着想。TIPS: Lack of ego-strength can make you feel helpless.学习相 缺乏自我力量会使你觉得无助。 /201210/204559湖北武汉/韩辰医院丰胸多少钱仙桃市祛斑多少钱Angelina Jolie revealed Tuesday that she has undergone a preventive double mastectomy because she had a very high risk of breast cancer.据法新社报道,著名影星安吉丽娜-朱莉本周二自曝已接受预防性双侧乳腺切除术,因为她本人罹患乳腺癌的风险极高。The 37-year-old American actress wrote in an opinion piece entitled ;My Medical Choice; in The New York Times that she had chosen the procedure because she carries a faulty gene that increases her risk of both breast and ovarian cancer.37岁的美国女星安吉丽娜·茱莉在《纽约时报》上发表了《我的医疗选择》一文,称自己有基因缺陷,患上乳腺癌及卵巢癌的风险较普通人高,因此选择进行这一手术。朱莉是好莱坞当红女星,伴侣皮特同样赫赫有名。她说由于自己携带有BRCA1基因,医生估计她患上乳腺癌的风险高达87%,患上卵巢癌的风险高达50%。她的母亲在56岁时死于癌症。Jolie, one of Hollywood#39;s best-known faces and the partner of actor Brad Pitt, said that because of this gene, known as BRCA1, her doctors estimated she had an 87 percent risk of breast cancer and 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer. Her mother died of cancer at the age of 56, she said.她写道:“我一知道这就是我必须面对的现实,就决定积极应对,把风险尽可能降到最低。我决定接受预防性双侧乳腺切除术。我要先解决乳腺的问题,因为我患上乳腺癌的风险比卵巢癌要高,而且这个手术更复杂。”;Once I knew that this was my reality, I decided to be proactive and to minimize the risk as much I could. I made a decision to have a preventive double mastectomy,; she wrote.她说,整个切除手术的医疗程序历时三个月,到4月27日完成。;I started with the breasts, as my risk of breast cancer is higher than my risk of ovarian cancer, and the surgery is more complex,; Jolie wrote.朱莉说切除术后,她患上乳腺癌的风险已降至5%。朱莉和皮特育有三名子女,此外还收养了三名子女。她说:“我可以告诉我的孩子们,他们不用再担心妈妈因为乳腺癌离开他们了。” /201305/239798There is a brand new fashion in management circles. It doesn#39;t yet have a name so I#39;m calling it “White is the new black”, because it involves taking something we all think is bad and telling us that it#39;s good (or vice versa).在管理圈里,目前涌现出一股崭新的潮流。这股潮流还没有一个名称,所以,我打算称其为“黑即是白”潮流,因为它的特点是,把大家都认为不好的东西说成是好的(或反过来)。Everyone loves this latest fashion. It#39;s refreshing. It#39;s counter-intuitive. It#39;s liberating. And it#39;s so cool. On LinkedIn and the Harvard Business Review website, ers can#39;t get their fingers on the “like” button fast enough.每个人都喜欢这股最新的潮流。它让人耳目一新,出乎意料,解放了思路。并且它很酷。在LinkedIn和《哈佛商业》(Harvard Business Review)网站上,读者们迫不及待地对这股潮流点“赞”。In the past week alone I#39;ve come across four examples of it. The first and most popular case of white-is-the-new-black says that failure is not bad: it is good. Pushers of this theory, who first appeared a few years ago, have consistently said that mistakes are vital because you learn from them. This is fair enough. What isn#39;t fair enough is to say that since it#39;s hard to succeed without failing first, you must therefore aim to fail.仅上周一周,我就遇到了四个体现这股潮流的例子。第一个、同时也最受大家欢迎的“黑即是白”的例子是,认为失败不是坏事,而是好事。这个理论首次出现于几年前,鼓吹它的人一直坚称,犯错非常重要,因为可以让人学到东西。这倒不无道理。这个理论接着说,因为不经历失败很难成功,所以我们必须致力于让自己失败——这就有些令人匪夷所思了。A recent Harvard Business Review blog argues that failure is so fantastic that organisations ought to hold a regular “fail-fest” at which employees wear a pink feather boa and celebrate their cock-ups. This is not only silly and patronising, it is dangerous. It is true that a fear of failure can be paralysing, but in my experience it can also be galvanising. I#39;m currently working on a radio series and the dful and very real prospect of screwing it up is focusing my mind no end. If I thought the B would organise a party for me and give me a pink feather boa if I messed up, I would barely be moved to try at all.《哈佛商业》客上最近的一篇文章建议,因为失败是如此美妙的一件事情,各类组织都应定期举行“失败欢庆会”,让员工戴上粉色羽毛围巾,庆祝过去的种种失败。这个建议不仅愚蠢、傲慢,还非常危险。诚然,对失败的恐惧可能让人畏手畏脚,但从我自身的经验来看,这种恐惧也可能促人奋起。我最近在准备一个系列广播节目,搞砸的可能性真实存在,令我十分担心,反而让我全神贯注。如果我这样想:反正如果我搞砸,英国广播公司(B)会为我举办庆祝活动,给我戴上粉色羽毛围巾,那么我可能根本提不起努力的劲头。Failure is a bad thing and should not be celebrated. It shouldn#39;t be punished either, unless it is caused by laziness and sloppiness. In that case I can think of a better use of the pink boas – force offending employees to eat them.失败是坏事,不值得庆祝。失败也不应受到惩罚,除非是懒惰和马虎引起的。如果员工因为懒惰和马虎导致失败,那么我认为,可以用粉色羽毛围巾做一件更有用的事情:让这些懒惰鬼或马虎鬼吃掉它。This leads naturally to the second white-is-the-new-black theory, which says laziness can be a good thing in a boss. This idea is peddled in Richard Koch#39;s latest book, The 80/20 Manager, published last week. In it he writes: “Lazy managers achieve exceptional results. Only by being economical with your energy and attention can you make it count when it matters.” He goes on to say that sloth is such a gift that those managers not fortunate enough to have been born with it must work to acquire it.由此自然引出了第二个“黑即是白”理论。这个理论宣称,老板的懒惰可能是件好事。理查德科克(Richard Koch)在他上周出版的新书《80/20经理人》(The 80/20 Manager)中就宣扬了这个理论。他在书中写道:“懒惰的经理人能够实现卓越的业绩。只有节约精力和注意力,才能把好钢用在刀刃上。”他接着写道,懒惰是一种如此难得的天赋,那些不幸生而没有这项天赋的经理人,必须努力去获得它。Mr Koch is right to point out that most of our work is wasted effort; but the trouble is that we have to crunch through the wasted bits in order to get to the worthwhile ones. In real life there are few lazy bosses, since if you are an idle slug you tend not to get promoted. The few that I have met were incompetent, much disliked and generally sacked before long.科克说,我们的工作大多是无用功,这话没错。但问题在于,没有这些点滴的“无用功”,就没有后面的“有用功”。在实际生活中,很少有懒惰的老板,因为懒虫往往无法获得晋升。我认识的为数不多的懒虫老板,都是不称职和讨人嫌的,通常过不了多久就会被炒。The third idea is another new trend being pushed in an article by consultant Jordan Cohen on the HBR website. He argues that telling workers what to do – another essential principle underpinning organisational life – is a bad idea and we shouldn#39;t do it. He proceeds to “prove” this with a cute anecdote and then with neuroscience: when people are told what to do, he says, “the brain#39;s emotional response center can actually cause a decrease in cognitive functioning”.第三个“黑即是白”观点,见于咨询顾问乔丹科恩(Jordan Cohen)在《哈佛商业》网站上发表的一篇文章。该文章鼓吹的是另一股新潮流。科恩认为,给员工下指令(撑组织运作的另一个重要原则)是不好的,我们不应该这样做。接着,他先用一则有趣的轶事来“明”这一点,然后又搬出了神经科学。他说,当人们遵循指令行事的时候,“大脑情绪反射中枢事实上会促使人的认知机能下降”。I#39;m always suspicious of non-neuroscientist writers who use the science as a way of bullying me into submission. All they are saying is: here is something I don#39;t understand and neither do you, but I#39;m ordering you to accept it because a neuroscientist told me.我对非神经科学家使用神经科学为论据始终表示怀疑,在我看来,这不过是一种虚张声势。他们其实只不过是在说:这里有一个我不懂、你也不懂的理论,但我命令你接受这个理论,因为有一位神经科学家是这样告诉我的。Thanks, but I#39;d rather stick with what I have observed to be the case after decades of paying attention: that most employees need instruction, although what they don#39;t need is micromanaging. I also can#39;t help thinking that if Mr Cohen found himself in hospital having an operation on one of the “response centers” in his brain, he might not like it if the hospital staff were told: cut into this man#39;s brain in whatever way feels right for you.多谢了,但我还是宁愿坚守我经过多年观察得出的结论:大多数员工需要指令,不过他们确实不需要事无巨细的指导。我还忍不住设想,假如科恩发现自己躺在医院里,他大脑的某个“反射中枢”正在接受手术,而医院员工已得到指示,自己觉得怎么合适就怎么切开他的大脑,那么,科恩大概不会乐意。The final example is described in an article being plugged on LinkedIn, called: “How to Retain Talent? Teach Them to Leave, Says KBS+.” It tells how KBS+, a New York advertising agency, is teaching staff how to start their own businesses and – guess what? – some are taking the opportunity and quitting to do just that. But never mind: KBS+ insists this is a great way of keeping staff motivated. It sounds a pretty far-fetched way of keeping people to me. Making their jobs more interesting and saying the odd “thank you” might be a better – and cheaper – way of doing it.最后一个例子是LinkedIn上疯传的一篇文章。这篇文章名为:“KBS+说:留住人才的方法就是教他们自立门户”。这篇文章讲述纽约广告代理公司KBS+如何教员工创业。猜猜怎么着?有些员工利用这个机会真的辞职创业去了。但没关系:KBS+坚持认为,这是保持员工积极性的绝佳办法。在我看来,这种留住员工的方法实在莫名其妙。让员工的工作变得更有趣,和小小的一句“多谢”,可能是留住员工更好、也更便宜的方法。So white isn#39;t the new black, after all. Black is black, white is white, and any company that has a mathematical symbol as part of its name is sending a clear sign to the world that it dispensed with logic a long time ago.所以,说到底,黑仍然没有变成白。黑就是黑,白就是白,而任何在名称中加入数学符号的企业,都在向世人发出一个明确的信号:自己早已摒弃了逻辑。 /201305/238807武汉/广州军区医院点痣多少钱

武汉/韩城辰整形美容医院做红色胎记手术多少钱武汉/市韩辰整形医院激光去掉雀斑多少钱It#39;s often tough for young women to find a good man in the modern world, but a French dating site has found a novel way to bring potential couples together.在现代世界,年轻女人想找到一个好男人通常是很难的,但是一家法国约会网站找到了一个新途径,让年轻男女可以有机会走到一起。Online dating site AdopteUnMec.com (Adoptuy.com) has opened an online store in which men are quite literally on the shelf.在线约会网站AdopteUnMec.com(网站名意思是收养一个男人)开了一家网上商店,货架上的则是真正的男人。The travelling shop, which will be open in Paris for the next ten days before going to Brussels, Lausanne, Toulouse and Lyon, is showcasing single guys by putting them on display inside human-sized toy boxes.这家活动商店将在巴黎开十天,然后前往比利时布鲁塞尔、瑞士洛桑和法国里昂。这家商店将单身男子放在真人大小的玩具盒里进行展示。Women in the French city are flocking to the store to ogle the male models as they show off their best assets.法国城市里的女人都蜂拥到这家商店,专注地看这些男模特展示他们最宝贵的资本。One hunky male has been displaying his guitar playing skills, while another is flexing his muscles as as he poses like an action doll.一位看上去很不错的男子正在展示他弹奏吉他的才能,另一位男子则在大展拳脚,扮演动作人偶。Adoptuy.com, a dating site which allows men to ‘advertise#39; themselves as potential partners, has been hugely popular since it launched in 2010, with a reported 25,000 signing up in the first year alone.让男人向女人推销自己的Adoptuy.com约会网站自从2010年成立以来就十分受欢迎,据称第一年就有2.5万人报名。The site is free for women and has been described as ‘a catalogue of eligible bachelors#39;.该网站对女性是免费开放的,此网站被形容为“适婚单身汉目录单”。Male users set up profiles revealing information about themselves and are only allowed to communicate with a woman if she chooses them.男性用户在网站上建立自己的个人档案,透露自己的个人信息,只有在女人选择他之后,他才能与其交流。 /201209/199594武汉/陆总医院光子脱毛手术多少钱湖北省中西医结合医院激光祛痣多少钱

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