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Rule 1

穩定是假,變動才是常態

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專精是一件很棒的事,因為它似乎帶來了穩定性,但那是一個假象。變動其實如影隨形,所以準備好靈活應變對你才比較有利。


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Rule 1

Stability is a myth, Change is a constant

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Expertise is great because it seems to offer stability, but it's a myth. Change is going to be always with us, so you're far better off being prepared for change by being nimble.


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克利佛特.哈德森成長於60年代的奧克拉荷馬州。那個時代有甘迺迪總統、馬丁.路德.金恩,也發生了羅伯特.甘迺迪遇刺,爭取種族平等的大型示威遊行,美國也還深陷越戰泥沼。儘管公立學校的種族隔離政策已遭美國最高法院下令撤除,但奧克拉荷馬州仍遲遲不肯就範。感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。
Clifford Hudson grew up in Oklahoma in the 1960s. This was an era where President Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., and Robert Kennedy had been assassinated, there were huge marches going on for racial equality, and the United States was entrenched in the Vietnam War. The desegregation of public schools had been mandated by the United States Supreme Court, but Oklahoma was dragging its heels.感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。
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克利佛特.哈德森的雙親強烈支持種族隔離政策。他的父親任職於當地的黑白種族委員會,是負責指導種族隔離的組織;而他的母親則是公立學校教師。克利佛特發現自己在一片混亂中茁壯成長,並且很喜歡學校裡針對公民議題進行的激烈辯論。感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。
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Clifford Hudson's parents were strongly in favor of desegregation. His father served on a community Biracial Committee which was formed to guide desegregation, while his mother was a public school teacher. Clifford found that he thrived in chaos, and enjoyed being in school at a time where great civil issues were under intense debate.感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。

關鍵思惟


「那些曾對我的生命──顯然還有對這個世界──影響最深遠的人,正是那些對於某些事有強烈信念,因而底氣十足的人。這種底氣極其深厚,讓他們昂首挺立且充滿養分。這些人教會我,在這個無可避免的不穩定世界,我們最大的希望來自於,以我們的直覺、智識、信仰、勇氣、毅力與自我期許所構成的堅實基礎。」──克利佛特.哈德森 感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。

Key Thoughts


"The people who've had the greatest influence on my life—and, arguably, the world—were those who believed in something so passionately that it gave them roots. Roots that went deep underground, keeping them upright and nourished. Those people taught me that in an inevitably unstable world, the best hope we have is a strong foundation, one that's the sum total of our intuition, intelligence, belief, courage, determination, and self-expectations." – Clifford Hudson 感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。

然而,克利佛特在欽慕這些人堅信自己理念的同時,他也學到,最成功的人不會只是固守自我,他們保持開放、彈性與靈活。有一個悖論是這麼說的:要妥善面對任何變動,你必須願意彎曲而非挺直不動。感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。
Yet while Clifford admired those who stand by their convictions, he also learned that instead of seeking for self-preservation, the most successful people are also open, flexible, and nimble. There's a paradox that says in order to handle all the changes, you have to be willing to bend rather than fixed and immovable.感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。

關鍵思惟


「如果我們宣稱願意保持開放與靈活,但卻還是坐在同一個地方,每天重複做著相同的事,那還談什麼靈活應變?想靠隨機應變面對變動,卻在變化來臨時,發現我們的肌肉已經萎縮,那也是沒什麼用處的。我們大可以說自己歡迎變化與新的機會,但實際上卻不練習改變──這麼說好了,如果我們不活化身上的肌肉──我們就無法在真正需要改變時運用所謂的靈活應變。」──克利佛特.哈德森 感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。

Key Thoughts


"If we claim to be open and flexible, yet all we do is sit in the same chair and do the same thing day in and day out, then what is the point of flexibility? Remaining nimble as a way to prepare for change does us no good if, when the change comes, our muscles have atrophied. We can all say we're open to change and to new opportunities, but the reality is if we don't practice changing—if we don't activate our muscles, so to speak—we're not going to be able to use that so-called flexibility when we actually have to change." – Clifford Hudson 感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。

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2018年的世界經濟論壇預測,在2022年之前,全美有7500萬個工作將會被機器取代。拜科技之賜,每個人在工作上都將面臨翻天覆地的改變。採取防衛姿態或者緊抓住舊有的工作方式,不會讓你適應這些變動。唯一保住你飯碗的方法,是願意學習新的技能,調整新方向,並且為雇主提供不同的服務。感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。
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In 2018, the World Economic Forum projected that by 2022 around 75 million jobs in the United States will be replaced by machines. Thanks to technology, some enormous sea changes are coming in the way everyone works. You can't adjust to those changes by being defensive and holding tight to what you've always done. The only way to retain your employability will be to be willing to learn new skills, to pivot in new directions, and to provide different services to employers.感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。

關鍵思惟


「作為領導者,要如何讓你的肌肉保持活力?如何避免它們萎縮?想在領導位置保持彈性與力量,有一種最簡單、也最沒有被善用的方法,就是親民與傾聽。也就是說,隨時讓屬下能夠與你談話,並且積極主動參與對話。許多領導者都會說隨時可以找他們,但如果情況真的發生了,他們不是太忙、太容易分心、太不自在,不然就是太自我中心,以至於他們人在心不在。你錯在哪裡呢?也許是你把生產力放在可以跟你說話之前,或是你讓自己變成只會給意見和出點子的人了。象牙塔式領導人的時代已經過去,或起碼應該如此才對。只有透過更多的面對面交流、更多的對話溝通,以及傾聽不同的聲音,才是真正的親民。」──克利佛特.哈德森 感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。

Key Thoughts


"As a leader, how do you keep your muscles activated? How do you keep them from atrophying? One of the easiest, and likely underutilized, ways to remain both flexible and strong within your leadership position is through accessibility and listening. That is, being available for conversations and then being actively present while having them. Many leaders say they're accessible, but when it comes down to it, they're too busy, too distracted, too ill at ease, or too egocentric to make themselves readily available. Where do you fall? Maybe you place productivity ahead of approachability, or maybe you lend yourself to others through alternatives like comment or idea boxes. The days of the leader in the ivory tower are long gone, or at least they should be. True accessibility can only be achieved through more face-to-face communication, more conversations, and listening to more voices." – Clifford Hudson 感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。


Rule 2

鬆開控制反而成就更多

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控制是一種幻覺。想擁有更多成就的最好辦法,是讓你身邊圍繞一群懂得比你多的人。別再只是坐著發號施令了;向別人請教他們最棒的想法,並且執行。


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Rule 2

You achieve more if you're not in control

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Control is an illusion. The best way to achieve more is to surround yourself with people who know more than you do. Don't sit back and issue orders. Ask people for their best ideas, and do that.


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第二次世界大戰時,喬治.巴頓將軍以「不聽我的就滾蛋」的領導風格聞名。他要求百分百的服從並掌控所有大小事,贏得了「血膽將軍」的稱號。然而,就在戰爭結束7年後,德懷特.艾森豪將軍角逐共和黨總統候選人提名,並在1952年11月4日當選美國總統。艾森豪的領導風格可以一句拉丁文概括,意思是:「態度溫和,行事果敢。」感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。
In World War II, General George Patton was famous for his "my way or the highway" leadership style. He earned the moniker of "Old Blood and Guts" by demanding 100 percent obedience and controlling everything. Yet, within seven years of the end of the war, General Dwight D. Eisenhower ran for the Republican presidential nomination, and was elected president of the United States on November 4, 1952. Eisenhower's leadership style was summed up by a Latin phrase which translated to "gently in manner, strong in deed."感謝您對大師輕鬆讀的愛護,並且全力支持您合理地使用我們為您精心編製的內容。希望未來可以提供您更方便更友善的服務。



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