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公司上市

  2/2/2011,公司上市。同事都发了。哈哈,有点儿意思。
  
  2008年有过公司被微软买的经历,也发了一批同事。
  
  大年三十,迎兔年。兔年吉祥!
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Steve Jobs 2005 Stanford Commencement Address



Three Stories of My Life

This is the text of the Commencement address by Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, delivered on June 12, 2005.


I am honored to be with you today at your commencement from one of the finest universities in the world. I never graduated from college. Truth be told, this is the closest I've ever gotten to a college graduation. Today I want to tell you three stories from my life. That's it. No big deal. Just three stories.

The first story is about connecting the dots.

I dropped out of Reed College after the first 6 months, but then stayed around as a drop-in for another 18 months or so before I really quit. So why did I drop out?

It started before I was born. My biological mother was a young, unwed college graduate student, and she decided to put me up for adoption. She felt very strongly that I should be adopted by college graduates, so everything was all set for me to be adopted at birth by a lawyer and his wife. Except that when I popped out they decided at the last minute that they really wanted a girl. So my parents, who were on a waiting list, got a call in the middle of the night asking: "We have an unexpected baby boy; do you want him?" They said: "Of course." My biological mother later found out that my mother had never graduated from college and that my father had never graduated from high school. She refused to sign the final adoption papers. She only relented a few months later when my parents promised that I would someday go to college.

And 17 years later I did go to college. But I naively chose a college that was almost as expensive as Stanford, and all of my working-class parents' savings were being spent on my college tuition. After six months, I couldn't see the value in it. I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life and no idea how college was going to help me figure it out. And here I was spending all of the money my parents had saved their entire life. So I decided to drop out and trust that it would all work out OK. It was pretty scary at the time, but looking back it was one of the best decisions I ever made. The minute I dropped out I could stop taking the required classes that didn't interest me, and begin dropping in on the ones that looked interesting.

It wasn't all romantic. I didn't have a dorm room, so I slept on the floor in friends' rooms, I returned coke bottles for the 5¢ deposits to buy food with, and I would walk the 7 miles across town every Sunday night to get one good meal a week at the Hare Krishna temple. I loved it. And much of what I stumbled into by following my curiosity and intuition turned out to be priceless later on. Let me give you one example:

Reed College at that time offered perhaps the best calligraphy instruction in the country. Throughout the campus every poster, every label on every drawer, was beautifully hand calligraphed. Because I had dropped out and didn't have to take the normal classes, I decided to take a calligraphy class to learn how to do this. I learned about serif and san serif typefaces, about varying the amount of space between different letter combinations, about what makes great typography great. It was beautiful, historical, artistically subtle in a way that science can't capture, and I found it fascinating.

None of this had even a hope of any practical application in my life. But ten years later, when we were designing the first Macintosh computer, it all came back to me. And we designed it all into the Mac. It was the first computer with beautiful typography. If I had never dropped in on that single course in college, the Mac would have never had multiple typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts. And since Windows just copied the Mac, it's likely that no personal computer would have them. If I had never dropped out, I would have never dropped in on this calligraphy class, and personal computers might not have the wonderful typography that they do. Of course it was impossible to connect the dots looking forward when I was in college. But it was very, very clear looking backwards ten years later.

Again, you can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.

My second story is about love and loss.

I was lucky — I found what I loved to do early in life. Woz and I started Apple in my parents garage when I was 20. We worked hard, and in 10 years Apple had grown from just the two of us in a garage into a $2 billion company with over 4000 employees. We had just released our finest creation — the Macintosh — a year earlier, and I had just turned 30. And then I got fired. How can you get fired from a company you started? Well, as Apple grew we hired someone who I thought was very talented to run the company with me, and for the first year or so things went well. But then our visions of the future began to diverge and eventually we had a falling out. When we did, our Board of Directors sided with him. So at 30 I was out. And very publicly out. What had been the focus of my entire adult life was gone, and it was devastating.
I really didn't know what to do for a few months. I felt that I had let the previous generation of entrepreneurs down - that I had dropped the baton as it was being passed to me. I met with David Packard and Bob Noyce and tried to apologize for screwing up so badly. I was a very public failure, and I even thought about running away from the valley. But something slowly began to dawn on me — I still loved what I did. The turn of events at Apple had not changed that one bit. I had been rejected, but I was still in love. And so I decided to start over.
I didn't see it then, but it turned out that getting fired from Apple was the best thing that could have ever happened to me. The heaviness of being successful was replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again, less sure about everything. It freed me to enter one of the most creative periods of my life.

During the next five years, I started a company named NeXT, another company named Pixar, and fell in love with an amazing woman who would become my wife. Pixar went on to create the worlds first computer animated feature film, Toy Story, and is now the most successful animation studio in the world. In a remarkable turn of events, Apple bought NeXT, I returned to Apple, and the technology we developed at NeXT is at the heart of Apple's current renaissance. And Laurene and I have a wonderful family together.

I'm pretty sure none of this would have happened if I hadn't been fired from Apple. It was awful tasting medicine, but I guess the patient needed it. Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick. Don't lose faith. I'm convinced that the only thing that kept me going was that I loved what I did. You've got to find what you love. And that is as true for your work as it is for your lovers. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it. And, like any great relationship, it just gets better and better as the years roll on. So keep looking until you find it. Don't settle.
My third story is about death.

When I was 17, I read a quote that went something like: "If you
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处事22计(转)

1.看穿但不说穿。很多事情,只要自己心里有数就好了,没必要说出来。
2.高兴,就笑,让大家都知道。悲伤,就假装什么也没发生。
3.在不违背原则的情况下,对别人要宽容,能帮就帮,千万不要把人逼绝了,给人留条后路……
4.快乐最重要,谁人、何物、何事使你快乐,你就同他们在一起。何物让你不快乐,你就离开他。没有条件,创造条件也要离开他。
5.不要老在别人面前倾诉你的困境袒露你的脆弱。
6.没有十全十美的东西,没有十全十美的人,关键是清楚到底想要什么。得到想要的,肯定会失去另外一部分。如果什么都想要,只会什么都得不到。
7.我喜欢一位朋友说的这句“善忘是一件好事。”
8.两个人同时犯了错,站出来承担的那一方叫宽容,另一方欠下的债,早晚都要还。
9.自己不喜欢的人,可以报之以沉默微笑;自己喜欢的人,那就随便怎么样了,因为你的喜爱会挡也挡不住地流露出来。
10.不要做刺猬,能不与人结仇就不与人结仇,谁也不跟谁一辈子,有些事情没必要记在心上。
11.学会妥协的同时,也要坚持自己最基本的原则。
12.不要停止学习。不管学习什么,语言,厨艺,各种技能。
13.钱很重要,但不能依靠男人或父母,自己一定要保持一定赚钱的能力……。
14.不要太高估自己在集体中的力量,因为当你选择离开时,就会发现即使没有你,太阳照常升起....。
15.过去的事情可以不忘记,但一定要放下。
16.即使输掉了一切,也不要输掉微笑……。
17.不管做了什么选择,都不要后悔,因为后悔也于事无补。
18.不要因为冲动说一些过激的话。
19.不要轻易许下承诺,做不到的承诺,比没许下更可恶。
20.不要觉得不了解也会有爱情。在不了解的时候,我们仅仅是喜欢,达不到爱情。当彼此的缺点暴露出来以后,很多时候这喜欢也就会结束了。
21.说话时可以很直接,人很直爽,总比虚伪好。
22.对自己好一点,心情不好的时候,什么都别考虑,去吃自己爱吃的吧。但是别喝酒。
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2011年

  2010年的事:
  1,回国休假
  2,梦碎了
  3,夏威夷之旅
  4,遇到YL
  5,父母签证顺利
  6,工作稳定
      
  2011年的计划:
  1, 父母来美
  2,好事
  3,再游夏威夷
  4,游欧洲
  5,换辆BMW
  6,强身健体
  7,工作稳定
  8,看书、学习
  
  
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贺岁片

  今年有三部贺岁片,《非诚勿扰2》《赵氏孤儿》《让子弹飞》。《非诚勿扰2》在电影院看的,另两个在网上看的。觉得《非诚勿扰2》有意思些。以为连看三部葛优的戏会腻,看完后的结论是,还是葛优演技高超,看不出“演”来,一切都那么自然、顺畅,对葛优更加喜爱了。
          
  前些天还看了冯小刚的《唐山大地震》,对冯导的电影也有了更肯定地认识,往往深入浅出、寓教其中,难怪有票房。再看到冯导最近在微博上的宣泄,以前觉得很遥远,现在觉得很亲近了,也是人,生活中现实中的人,很有个性,哈哈。
          
  《非诚勿扰2》中川川读给李香山的诗,是六世达赖仓央嘉措写的情诗《见与不见》:
        
        《见与不见》
         --仓央嘉措
        
        你见,或者不见我
        我就在那里
        不悲不喜
        你念,或者不念我
        情就在那里
        不来不去
        你爱或者不爱我
        爱就在那里
        不增不减
        你跟,或者不跟我
        我的手就在你的手里
        不舍不弃
        来我的怀里
        或者
        让我住进你的心里
        默然 相爱
        寂静 欢喜
    
  六世达赖因不守清规而被废立,在押解京城的路上病故,葬在青海湖旁,时年24岁。对于达赖来说,这是他动了凡心写出的诗,对于凡人来说,却是要修炼才能达到的出世入世的境界,不只对情人,还包括对朋友、亲人。淡定慈悲,佛主保佑。
    
  


      
  这是我2006年去西藏时拍的照片,六世达赖(仓央嘉措)与情人约会的酒馆--玛吉阿米:
      
       在那东方山顶,
       升起洁白的月亮,
       玛吉阿米的脸庞,
       渐渐浮现在我心上。
    
    
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湾区十年重聚

  


  
  这些都是十年前认识的在湾区活跃的人物,大小活动组织了不少。一个男生提出十年重聚,大家就这样又坐到了一起。男生都结婚了,幸福美满,女生除了一个刚嫁了老外外,都还孑然一身。从外型上看,男生和十年前一样,没什么变化;女生或胖了些许,或老了好多。还有几个拖家带口的男生,没来。想说明什么?呵呵。
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ALOHA





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8.8.2010 - Elisabeth Lake

  


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香港电台知名主持人梁继璋----送给儿子的备忘录

  (一)对你不好的人,你不要太介怀,在你一生中,没有人有义务要对你好,除了我和你妈妈。至于那些对你好的人,你除了要珍惜、感恩外,也请多防备一点,因为,每个人做每件事,总有一个原因,他对你好,未必真的是因为喜欢你,请你必须搞清楚,而不必太快将对方看作真朋友。
  (二)没有人是不可代替,没有东西是必须拥有。看透了这一点,将来你身边的人不再要你,或许失去了世间上最爱的一切时,也应该明白,这并不是甚么大不了的事。
  (三)生命是短暂的,今日你还在浪费着生命,明日会发觉生命已远离你了。因此,愈早珍惜生命,你享受生命的日子也愈多,与其盼望长寿,倒不如早点享受。
  (四)世界上并没有最爱这回事,爱情只是一种霎时的感觉,而这感觉绝对会随时日、心境而改变。如果你的所谓最爱离开你,请耐心地等候一下,让时日慢慢冲洗,让心灵慢慢沉淀,你的苦就会慢慢淡化。不要过分憧憬爱情的美,不要过分夸大失恋的悲。
  (五)虽然,很多有成就的人士没有受过很多教育,但并不等于不用功读书,就一定可以成功。你学到的知识,就是你拥有的武器。人,可以白手兴家,但不可以手无寸铁,紧记!
  (六)我不会要求你供养我下半辈子,同样地我也不会供养你的下半辈子,当你长大到可以独立的时候,我的责任已经完结。以后,你要坐巴士还是Benz,吃鱼翅还是粉丝,都要自己负责。
  (七)你可以要求自己守信,但不能要求别人守信,你可以要求自己对人好,但不能期待人家对你好。你怎样对人,并不代表人家就会怎样对你,如果看不透这一点,你只会徒添不必要的烦恼。
  (八)我买了十多二十年六合彩,还是一穷二白,连三奖也没有中,这证明人要发达,还是要努力工作才可以,世界上并没有免费午餐。
  (九)亲人只有一次的缘份,无论这辈子我和你会相处多久,也请好好珍惜共聚的时光,下辈子,无论爱与不爱,都不会再见
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大姑父

  大姑父去世了,周六早上走的,突发心脏病,享年79岁。这几天一直在谷歌打大姑父的名字,渐渐的悼念的文章多起来,我的心情也越来越哀伤。
  
  小时候到上海,大部分时间都住在大姑家。虽然不经常到上海,但大姑父也算是看着我和哥哥长大的。建国西路的老宅现在还有记忆。我最后一次见大姑父是去年春节,在七叔家吃饭,大姑父拉着我的手坐在他身边。大姑父特别健谈,每次家庭聚会,他都是侃侃而谈。大姑父也很平易近人,从人生到琐碎他都能聊得来。
  
  听我父母讲,今年春节,也就是20天前,家庭聚会我家坐庄。大姑父来到我家,精神矍铄,吃饭前双手合十,做饭前祷告。
  
  大姑父的一生是绚丽的一生。他的去世是社会的损失。他治学严谨,诲人不倦,年逾古稀,每年仍读近三百篇英文原文文献,象他这样有着深厚学术水平,学术道德和人格魅力的人在当今社会已经不多了。大姑父在文革期间也遭到过隔离、批斗,但他始终没有放弃过对事业的憧憬和热爱。看着他的履历上的一个个丰功伟绩,他的仙逝应该和劳累也有很大关系。大姑和堂哥、堂姐早就移居国外,但大姑父始终留在上海,专家门诊到最后一刻。三年前,大姑放弃美国生活,回上海陪他。
  
  人,总归要有这么一天,生老病死,节哀顺变。以前,大姑父最挂念的是他的女儿,好在堂姐最后终于结婚生子,了却了大姑父的心愿。大姑父信奉耶稣,上帝把他留在天堂,我们把他留在心里。
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恩威并施

  有这样一句话,“人不能太善良,太善良容易被伤害”,觉得挺有道理的,所以就一直记着了。做人,恩威并施是不是更好些?
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守得云开见月明

  过年了,过年了。
  虎年到,祝您:逢虎年,办虎事,做虎人,走虎运,发虎财,虎气冲天嗷嗷叫,生活幸福哈哈笑,去年的心情还不坏,今年的日子更精彩!
  
  仙踪难觅情如梦,
  蓬断随风叶随风,
  同心千载痴情盼,
  守得云开见月明。
  
  大年初一到SAN JOSE 的宝华禅寺烧了香,人很多,热闹。
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2010年

2009年的事:
1,找到梦中情人
2,找到理想工作
3,豪宅重新贷款
  
2010年的愿望:
1, 继往开来
2,水到渠成
3,瓜熟蒂落
4,身体健康,减肥瘦身
5,交新朋友
6,MIND PEACE,开开心心
7,去旅游,拍照片
8,家人来美
9,多看书,多学习
10,换辆BMW
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圣诞夜回顾

  平安夜,就是圣诞夜。国内人的说法,在网上查才弄明白的。来美国已经过了12个圣诞节,和国内脱离很久了。做个圣诞夜流水账吧,对美国的生活做一下回顾:
  
  1998年 Aug 12th, 我踏上美国这片热土,开始了我的海外漂泊生活。来美后第二天就转了专业。当时美国经济泡沫,CS 很热。我考虑到我的学校不出名,念的MBA 出来可能前途不乐观,就很果断的转成了CS。我是随遇而安的人,对美国没什么不适应,不象另外一个北京女孩整日以泪洗面。
  
  1998年圣诞,是我来美国的第一个圣诞节。我和两个台湾女孩一起,去了SMOKY MOUNTAIN。先是途经ATALANTA,GEORGIA, 来美半年后,在那里我第一次走进了中国饭店。看到门口穿着旗袍的女收银员,服务生,觉得既陌生又熟悉,心潮澎湃了好一阵子。NASHVILLE,TENNESSEE 是美国乡村歌曲的发源地,猫王就是从这里走出的。参观了博物馆,还记得有看到猫王的纯金打造的汽车。还有GAllARY,有凡高,毕加索的画。乡村音乐制作 STADIO。还有当地的有特色的建筑,某知名旧居。晚上有去BAR 里听音乐,自然是乡村音乐。坐在点着蜡烛的桌边,一个中年女歌手唱完,一个中年男歌手唱。喜欢乡村音乐的豪爽,轻盈,不羁,我们随着音乐附和。还记得真正的圣诞夜那一晚,是在一个可以滑雪的山脚下小镇度过的。滑雪对于从FL 来的人还是有吸引力的。记得她们俩个讨论要不要滑雪,后来考虑到时间和体力都不够,就作罢了。我们一路上一直吃快餐,那一晚,我们特意点了牛排,应该是我人生中第一次吃牛排,觉得那两个台湾女孩也不常吃牛排,很庄重的大事的样子。小镇DECORATE 的很好,张灯结彩,圣诞老人和 Rudolph。下着雪,却不太冷,小镇挺安静的。我们吃完牛排就在雪夜里走,远处教堂不时传出钟声。后来又开车转了一下,看灯。喜欢 TENNESSEE的风光,在挂历上才看到的空旷的草地,只有一颗美丽的孤零零的树,红屋顶的房子,这回亲眼看到了,很美。SMOKY MOUNTAIN 的云雾缭绕,仍萦绕于心,秀美,厚重。那是一次美好的旅行。
  
  刚来美国的时候,我的经济条件比较好,在国内做过四年的市场,见过的市面多。一到节假日就出去玩儿。1999年,湾区去了,Maiami,Key West 去了, San Deigo, Grand Caynon, Las Vegas 去了,圣诞节去了费城,NY,DC,在费城见到欣,遒,宣,DC 见到莉,劲,NY 见到茁。都是几年甚至十几年没见的老同学,同事,很是温馨和怀旧。
  
  我是比较有正事的人。2000年初,从东部回到FL后就开始在网上发简历,找工作。当时美国经济还在泡沫,计算机工作很好找,还没毕业,就有公司打电话Interview。Jan 收到一个电话,对方对我很感兴趣,确定我毕业时间后,对方说April还会再打电话过来。 April,电话如期而至,说我被录用了,公司在旧金山。我问,不要面试吗?对方说会安排。April 29th, 毕业典礼。后来我May 10th 来到湾区,才知道录用我的是大名鼎鼎的Sun Microsystem。我问录用我的Manager,为什么说公司在旧金山,他说怕告诉我是湾区我不知道是哪儿,哈哈。就这样我2000年5月命运的安排来到湾区,投奔了晶。22日上班,做起了要为我养家一辈子的DBA 工作。刚到湾区就找到了组织,Eureka,从此有了一波可以玩儿的朋友。节假日依然是游玩,湾区附近的Napa, Yosemite 都去了。晶这边经常有网友聚会。2000年圣诞节,就是老九,新大陆一波网友在晶家聚会的,很是热闹。
  
  2001年六月末到八月末,是爸妈来美小住的日子,很是开心和愉快。当时妈妈还没退休,爸爸也常接活,所以只住了两个月。他们走后美国经历911,很是悲愤。红木公园露营,17mile 海景,湾区附近玩儿得还不够过瘾,圣诞节,我组织了一个Field Trip。我们一行五人,从12月22日8:30am 到12月29日 9:00pm,全程开了 3770 miles, 穿越 Arizona, New Mexican, Navada and Texas 四个州,游玩了 Death Valley, Sunset Crater valcano, Sedona red rock, Sagora Desert, White Sands Park, Carlsbed Carven, Mixcon Border Port, Arizona State University, Lake Harvasu London Bridge, and Harmony Art City,在Las Vegas 吃Buffet,在凤凰城吃火锅。
  
  2002年7月去了Oregon 的 Crater Lake,9月第一次回中国,回到美国后就被公司Layoff。圣诞,和小D,JWJ,ZC在MAGGIE 家吃的饭。之后,ZC 开始追求MAGGIE,演绎出一段爱恨情仇,跌宕起伏的故事。
  
  2003年生日,小D 带我到Santa Cluz游乐场玩儿,Momery Weekend 去的Kings Canyon。6月,我在LA 找到一份工作,从此开始了南加之旅。圣诞节,和小D 去的SALT LAKE CITY。本来要去滑雪的,结果一到 SALT LAKE CITY 就开始生病,去参观了摩门教和This is it 摩门教发源地。
  
  2004年圣诞,在San Jose家过的,也可能去小D 哥家过的。27-29和小D 去TAHOE 滑雪。回来路上开始下大雪,有几个朋友去Tahoe 过新年,结果被堵在Tahoe,回不了湾区。
  
  2005年圣诞,UBEX Company 圣诞在Santa Cluz过的。先是在海边饭店吃饭,再去乘圣诞火车。小D 他们公司的圣诞晚餐不错。圣诞节陪小D 去的 GRAND CANYON。
  
  2006年圣诞,有些感冒,在家呆着。蓝精灵组织了一个很大的滑雪EVENT。2006年在书香组织丽丽感言,小LILY 一直是追随者。 感恩节和小LILY参加CATBERT组织的滑雪,认识BETTY 等人。元旦后去玩LASER TAG GAME。
  
  2007年圣诞,陪Gerand 去Synopsys Company Party, 吃的很好。圣诞节在BAD 上组织的饭局,来了两桌寂寞的人,我却到麻辣诱惑另外一个饭局吃的饭,又到百家宴自己组织的饭局赶场。
          
  2008年圣诞,刚丢了工作。和SuJuan,周明去Tony 组织的舞会,玩儿得还挺开心。Jan 2nd 到 Jan 4th 和SJKiller 的六人去Tahoe 滑雪。我后来买的 Jan 8th 的票回的中国。
        
  2009年圣诞,白天到CWQ公司,帮他解决了一个RAC 问题,他帮我解决了一个RMAN 问题,晚上我做了一个排骨,炒了个青菜,受到表扬。排骨是他现在唯一认可的我做的菜。晚上回到家整理房间,看书,写博,很忙啊。CWQ 去接待他的来访小朋友去了。
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卡耐基口才30天辅助训练计划 (转)

目标:锻炼最大胆的发言,锻炼最大声的说话,锻炼最流畅的演讲。
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激励誓言:我一定要最大胆地发言,我一定要最大声地说话,我一定要最流畅地演讲。
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目标实现时间:30天
一、积极心态训练(20分)
1、自我暗示:每天清晨默念10遍"我一定要最大胆地发言,我一定要最大声地说话,我一 定要最流畅地演讲。我一定行!太棒了,我又突破了一次!"(平常也自我暗示,默念 或写出来,至少10遍。)(10分)
2、想象训练:至少5分钟想象自己在公众场合成功的演讲,想象自己成功。(5分)
3、至少5分钟在镜前学习微笑,展示自己的手势及形态。(5分)
二、口才锻炼(60分)
(一)每天至少10分钟深呼吸训练。(10分)
(二)抓住一切机会讲话,锻炼口才。(50分)
1、每天至少与5个人有意识地交流思想。(10分)
2、每天大声朗诵或大声讲至少5分钟。(10分)
3、每天训练自己"三分钟演讲"一次或"三分钟默讲"一次。(10分)
4、每天给亲人、同事至少讲一个故事或完整叙述一件事情。(10分)
5、注意讲话时的一些技巧。(10分)
A、讲话前,深吸一口气,平静心情,面带微笑,眼神交流一遍后,开始讲话。
B、勇敢地讲出第一句话,声音大一点,速度慢一点,说短句,语句中间不打岔。
C、当发现紧张卡壳时,停下来有意识地深吸口气,然后随着吐气讲出来。
D、如果表现不好,自我安慰:"刚才怎么又紧张了?没关系,继续平稳地讲";同时,用感 觉和行动上的自信战胜恐惧。
E、紧张时,可以做放松练习,深呼吸,或尽力握紧拳头,又迅速放松,连续10次。
三、辅助锻炼(20分)
1、每天至少20分钟阅读励志书籍或口才书籍,培养自己积极心态,学习一些技巧。(4分)
2、每天放声大笑10次,乐观面对生活,放松情绪。(4分)
3、训练接受他人的视线、目光,培养自信和观察能力。(4分)
4、培养微笑的习惯,要笑得灿烂、笑得真诚,锻炼亲和力。(4分)
5、学会检讨,每天总结得与失,写心得体会。每周要全面总结成效及不足,并确定下周的目标。(4分)
四、突破口才咒语:(每天大声背诵十遍)
我是最棒的!我是最优秀的!我喜欢我自己!
我一定能成为公众演说的高手!假如我不能,我就一定要!假如我一定要,我就一定能!
从今天开始,我一定可以在任何地方、任何时候、在任何人面前进行当众讲话。
我一定能成功!我一定会成功!
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