网球Ray Dalio 《原则》译文 (0)

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而是自己更确信唯有这一个规则从我们的具体碰到中被计算出来,它们才会更享有价值,而不是从别人那边全盘接受。因而我将它们罗列在那里不是让我们盲从,而是在大家相遇现实题材时看看它们是否真正可行。

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Part 3 is about my management principles. As I have run Bridgewater for
more than 35 years, it explains Bridgewater’s approach up till now. It
begins at the big-picture, conceptual level, with an explanation of why
I believe that any company’s results are primarily determined by its
people and its culture. It then drills down into what I believe are the
important principles behind creating a great culture, hiring the right
people, managing them to achieve excellence, solving problems
systematically and making good decisions.

自己与南工的故事才走到此地,时间尚有,故事也绝非终止,南工也不会仅限于二零一九年的实绩与风貌,青春如歌,岁月如茶,我的高校,一路升高,一路得到,就算有苦有甜,但终究是苦中有甜,苦中作乐,在南工,我不后悔,在南工,我也学到了众多,我信任自己之后会获取更加多,因为南工正以她大模大样的满腔热情与朝气影响和耳濡目染着一代又一代像自己一样的年青人!青春无悔,我在南工,平生有您,再无孤寂。

本身的管住规范是我在世条件在生活中的选用,阅读第二片段有助于通晓第三片段,当然你可以平素阅读第三有些领会桥水资本的是何等运营的。

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此处所写只是自个儿对此那一个标准的通晓:我生活中的基本尺度,我获取自身想要东西的不二法门,我保管的着力规则。综合来说,那几个标准的目标是绘制一幅系统的追求真理的图谱,很好的与那么些追求的经过相伴。我将这一个规范编制成册,给那一个对桥水资本有所扶助的人和本身所在乎的人。

湖州理哲大学也是一所充斥着朝气与年轻热情的大学。高校很重视学生的一应俱全素质发展以及身体健康优秀习惯的养成。在体育健康教育方面做的很用心也很有机能。每年的十二月南工都会有一比比皆是的体育活动竞技–南工杯。像南工杯男,女篮球赛,男,女排球赛,羽毛球,网球等等,都有比赛项目。而对于自身来说最欢腾的实在篮球了。从前高中学习压力很大,没有时间和生机去打球,所以到了大学本身告诉自己要多多的运动,学习打球,所未来来就插足了篮球队,事实注解,我的选拔是对的,学校和教职工也很尊重,给了大家一个很好的平台去发现自己的志趣,真正做到了以人为本,以学员高校发展为本,不断完善自己教育教学方法。

以下三部分内容可以分级阅读也足以看做一个完全阅读。
先是局地介绍斯佳能拥有原则的重大;
第二有的介绍我在生活中平常选拔的主旨标准;
其三部分自身在管理桥水资本的时候利用的原则。

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其三有的是有关自我的管制条件。我早就运营桥水资本超越35年,那个条件阐释了桥水资本迄今甘休的方法论。这个标准的叙述始于宏观的观念性的范畴,我更加表达了一个店家的结尾结果决定于她们的员工和知识。然后我会长远的诠释什么条件适用于创立集团可以的学问,雇佣合适的职工,管理他们让他们向一级迈进,系统的化解问题以及更好的做出决定。

能令人的确看到南工精神的就只可以说运动会了,每个大学都有一个代表队,各样档次的选手。最让自己印象深切的便是长跑5000米时的景色:对于普通人来说,5000米当真不是小数子,不过南工人却是积极加入并主动完毕了那些漫长的长河。跑不动了就拿水倒到脸上头上,为了让自己清醒,太累了就慢些跑,歇一歇,不过尚未一个人是脱离跑道扬弃竞赛的,大家都锲而不舍到终极,不管是慢如故快,都要坚定不移到最终,何人也不丢弃,不甘后人,那也多亏一贯以来大家的南工人所所有的饱满–不敢后人。

Introduction ……
Part 1: The Importance of Principles …… 原则的重点
Part 2: My Most Fundamental Life Principles …… 我为主的活着标准
Part 3: My Management Principles …… 我的管住标准化
© 2011 Ray Dalio

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Principles by Ray Dalio
What follows are three distinct parts that can be read either
independently or as a connected whole. Part 1 is about the purpose and
importance of having principles in general, having nothing to do with
mine. Part 2 explains my most fundamental life principles that apply to
everything I do. Part 3, explains my management principles as they are
being lived out at Bridgewater.

南工杯篮球赛

原则分歧与对越发题材的虎穴回答,它们是可以在接近的条件中被反复使用的价值观。每个游戏都有它们的规则,聪明的玩家总会使用规则扶助她们得逞。那个道理在生活中同样适用。
标准化是通向成功的道路,它们与自然规律和生活的条条框框和谐统一。对规则知道的越来越多,知道的越深远,就越可以在切切实实世界中快捷的生存。

说到底南工杯篮球赛我们获得了第四名的成就,尽管不是很完美,不过有协调的汗珠和勤奋在中间,即便没有获得第一,也是青春无怨无悔,至少自己也早就为了协调的意愿而使劲拼搏过,南工所散发出来的年轻一代的满腔热情与朝气将辅导我们后续走下来。

Part 1: The Importance of Principles原则的最首要

I believe that having principles that work is essential for getting what
we want out of life. I also believe that to understand each other we
have to understand each other’s principles.3 That is why I believe we
need to talk about them.

我深信不疑大家可以过大家想要生活的敬亭山真面目就是有不易的规范。我也信任通晓相互的前提条件是大家互相谙习对方的原则。那就是自个儿深信不疑我们有必不可少研讨那么些话题。

We will begin by examining the following questions:
What are principles?
Why are principles important?
Where do principles come from?
Do you have principles that you live your life by? What are they? How
well do you think they will work, and why?

俺们将从如下发问起先:
如何是规则?
缘何原则如此紧要?
规范从哪个地方来?
在您的生活中有没有制定规则?都是怎么的原则?
它们在您的活着中起到哪边的职能,为啥?

Answer all questions with complete honesty, without worrying what I or
others might think. That honesty will allow you to be comfortable living
with your own principles, and to judge yourself by how consistently you
operate by them. If you don’t have many well-thought-out principles,
don’t worry. We will get there together, if we remain open-minded.

如实的作答这一个题目,不要操心别人怎么想。如实回答会让你越是和睦的和您的标准相处,并且可以自己判断是否是种如一的安这个条件办事。若是你们有成熟的规则,你也无须顾虑。如若大家可以有限支持开放心态,我们将一并读书。

  1. What are principles?
    Your values are what you consider important, literally what you
    “value.” Principles are what allow you to live a life consistent
    with those values. Principles connect your values to your actions;
    they are beacons that guide your actions, and help you successfully
    deal with the laws of reality. It is to your principles that you
    turn when you face hard choices.

1)什么是条件?
您的思想意识是你所认为的重点的事物。原则就是让你可知在生活中的变现和你的思想意识相同的事物。原则链接那你的观念和走路,他们是率领你行动的灯塔。可以匡助您成功的拍卖具体的条条框框。当大家面对选用的时候,大家常常会用到规则。

  1. Why are principles important?
    All successful people operate by principles that help them be
    successful. Without principles, you would be forced to react to
    circumstances that come at you without considering what you value
    most and how to make choices to get what you want. This would
    prevent you from making the most of your life. While operating
    without principles is bad for individuals, it is even worse for
    groups of individuals (such as companies) because it leads to people
    randomly bumping into each other without understanding their own
    values and how to behave in order to be consistent with those
    values.

2)为啥原则如此重大
持有的成功者都依标准办事。假设没有标准大家将用应激的格局面对世界,而不是理性思维的结果。当大家在并未原则的点拨下办事,那对于私有和部落都是灾荒。因为大家那将招致人们互相之间无法通晓到传统,行为自然也不可以很好的集合。

  1. Where do principles come from?
    Sometimes we forge our own principles and sometimes we accept
    others’ principles, or holistic packages of principles, such as
    religion and legal systems. While it isn’t necessarily a bad thing
    to use others’ principles—it’s difficult to come up with your own,
    and often much wisdom has gone into those already created—adopting
    pre-packaged principles without much thought exposes you to the risk
    of inconsistency with your true values. Holding incompatible
    principles can lead to conflict between values and actions—like the
    hypocrite who has claims to be of a religion yet behaves counter to
    its teachings. Your principles need to reflect values you really
    believe in.

3)原则从何地来?
俺们可以团结思考大家团结的口径,有些时候我们也足以学习别人的尺度照旧历史人物的标准。不过未经加工的拿来主义是行不通的,假使大家不假思考的照搬外人的准绳,而那些规则与大家的观念本身有众多争执。那如同一个言行不一的两面派。你的条件须求反应你自己的历史观。

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扬州理哲大学芙蓉

I also believe that those principles that are most valuable to each of
us come from our own encounters with reality and our reflections on
these encounters – not from being taught and simply accepting someone
else’s principles. So, I put these out there for you to reflect on when
you are encountering your realities, and not for you to blindly follow.

新校区操场

莫不有一天自己会写第四片段,关于自我投资的规则。假设你想取得最大的回报,我提议您读书第一、第二有些和第三有的的发端。那几个内容会提要求您一个全景图。那只是是一个55页的小册子。

来了参观高校觉得高校确实好棒,好多树和花草一类的,大公园,小公园好多,满高校的枇杷树,玉兰和梧桐。南工真的把绿化做的很好很棒,每个教学楼都不是一个“光杆司令”,总有一些树和绿草陪伴相间,来过南工的各样人都会被一种情景所引发,沉醉其中—那便是梦霍鲁逊湖,很干净很文静,与满是教学楼的高校形成大差别,更像是一个赫然现身的桃花源,有花有水有树有鸟,分外稀奇。还有盛开的莲花,满园的翠绿与粉红,让自家以为那里有些像家里的花园,不觉就不分相互很多。

What I hope for most is that you and others will carefully consider them
and try operating by them as part of your process for discovering what
works best for you. Through this exploration, and with their increased
usage, not only will they be understood, but they will evolve from
“Ray’s principles” to “our principles,” and Ray will fade out of the
picture in much the same way as memories of one’s ski or tennis
instructor fade and people only pay attention to what works.2 So, when
digesting each principle, please…
…ask yourself: “Is it true?”

网球,第两回来南工也是开学来报导。学姐带本人进来系楼办手续,第一深感是全校好父母好多,因为是老校区,又径直本着主干道往前走,所以只有看到宿舍楼教学楼一类的,觉得高校应当享之千金学生成绩,嗯,就是那样直接明了。

无论桥水资本有多成功,我都充裕有信念,我一度依照那一个原则去运营桥水并获得了收获。成立优质的商号文化,找到合适的丰姿,管理他们去做最有前景的事,以及由创设性的缓解问题和组建一个系统,那么些都是负有协会都见面临的挑衅。

运动员风韵

自己还有众多适用于任何方面的准绳。举例来说,我期待将来肯定有那么一天为咱们总计出关于投资的规范。无论如何,管理标准化近来是我们最需求的。因而,本书所写是那么些通过自家深图远虑的和对本人有效的尺度。
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自己最期待的是豪门面对这么些规范的时候可以浓厚的思想和持续尝试运用它们去发现什么可以起到最好的意义。通过持续的行使他们,这几个标准就会从“Ray的尺度”成为“你的尺码”。我将脱离你们的视线,就像上学化学和网球时教练的影响会逐步脱离,最后大家会将注意力集中在我们正在做的事,那时候技术要领才真正融合在大家的大脑里。因而,每当大家消化每一个口径时,请问自己一个问题:大家是不是确实精晓了那几个标准。

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在第一部分,我解释了标准化是何等,我干什么认为她们格外关键。并且提炼了我们可以活出自我的精彩所在。

本文到场#未完待续,就要表白#运动。本人承诺,作品内容为原创,且未在任何平台公布过。

当自身说它们是基准的时候,我并不期待它们投射出强加的代表。我但是是想表明它们是自己个人想法的下结论。我相信那一个跟自身一块儿共事和依赖自己的人会认真的相比较它们。我罗列出这个规范并且解释它们内在的逻辑,那样大家得以联手研讨它们的利害。同时,我自己对这几个标准卓殊有自信,因为它们是因此重重聪明而严格的材料严厉验证的。我信任使用那一个规范的前景是足以期待的。通过罗列那一个原则和对他们举行压力测试,那个标准的正确将会进一步进步。

Part 2 explains my most fundamental life principles. I describe what I
believe are the best ways of interacting with reality to learn what it’s
like, and how to most effectively deal with it to get what you want. I
also discuss what I believe are the most common traps that people fall
into that prevent them from getting what they want, and how people’s
lives can be radically better by avoiding them. I wrote this so you can
better understand why my other principles are what they are, though you
don’t need to read this part to understand the others.

今非昔比的原则适用于生活的不等地点。比如:滑雪的尺度适用于滑雪;养育孩子的尺码适用于养育孩子;管理的标准化适用于管理;投资的标准化适用于投资…等等。有一个不等就是,生活的口径适用于具有地点。当然,分裂的人可以总括出对于他们的话最合适的标准。

What is written here is just my understanding of what it takes: my most
fundamental life principles, my approach to getting what I want, and my
“management principles,” which are based on those foundations. Taken
together, these principles are meant to paint a picture of a process for
the systematic pursuit of truth and excellence and for the rewards that
accompany this pursuit. I put them in writing for people to consider in
order to help Bridgewater and the people I care about most.

在本人谈谈我的田间管理标准化的时候,这一个条件和本人的生活基本爆发了很强的链接。因为自身的军事管制规则就是自己在世标准的延伸。
In Part 1, I explain what I mean by principles, why I believe they are
important, and how they are essential for getting what you want out of
life.

此间小编曾经引出格外关键的多少个尺码:实事求是,主动选用工作不要被动等待,尊敬种种套路,保持饥饿和拙劣。即使不可能不辱任务上边这几点,他们将会化为大家升高路上的惨重阻碍。

Above all else, I want you to think for yourself—to decide 1) what you
want, 2) what is true and 3) what to do about it. I want you to do that
in a clear-headed thoughtful way, so that you get what you want.

咋样处理这一个挑战使得原则有了音量之分。
以下所属的规范讲演了我们独一无二的行事方式,正是因为这几个缘故我们也拿到了奇特的成就。桥水资本的中标归功于极具天赋的员工依据大家的标准化办事。如若有天才的您也可以坚守相同的规格,同样也足以续写同样的中标。就好像健身一样,实际上唯有按照一定的标准去做就必将可以获得大家想要的身材。

I wrote this book to help you do that. I am going to ask only two things
of you—1) that you be open-minded and 2) that you honestly answer some
questions about what you want, what is true and what you want to do
about it. If you do these things, I believe that you will get a lot out
of this book. If you can’t do these things, you should reflect on why
that is, because you probably have discovered one of your greatest
impediments to getting what you want out of life.

Different principles apply to different aspects of life—e.g., there are
“skiing principles” for skiing, “parenting principles” for parenting,
“management principles” for managing, “investment principles” for
investing, etc—and there are over-arching “life principles” that
influence our approaches to all things. And, of course, different people
subscribe to different principles that they believe work best.

通晓近年来本人才起来入手写下那些规范,因为自身觉着引导别人什么是最好的章程未免显得过于自大。可是通过一段时间的洞察,我所在乎的人一连在一部分事情中垂死挣扎,由此我起来想将这几个规范写下去。当然我是发现他们在干活的时候平日与一个如故两个规范相顶牛。我开始记录那么些题材,并且计算这几个题材的暴发是与什么条件相争辩。当自己起来初阶写的时候,我不精晓一共有多少个规格可写,但是经过那几个统计的进度,我意识有200个规范即可覆盖所有的题材。我卓殊确信在乘胜我进一步的成材我会总计出更加多的条件。

I am confident that whatever success Bridgewater and I have had has
resulted from our operating by certain principles. Creating a great
culture, finding the right people, managing them to do great things and
solving problems creatively and systematically are challenges faced by
all organizations.

其次片段:我阐释了本人最宗旨的生存条件。我讲述了怎么是与现实生活交互的最好方法,怎么样才能更实用的接近你生活的目的。我还琢磨了俺们生活中不时碰到的陷阱,正是那一个骗局妨碍了大家赢得大家想要的结果,以及大家怎么着更敏捷的幸免踏入这一个骗局。我的解说卓殊详细你不但可以精晓到她们是哪些,也得以通晓到她们怎么被如此讲述,即便你也有可能没有需求通晓自身那样描述的原因。

What differentiates them is how they approach these challenges. The
principles laid out in the pages that follow convey our unique ways of
doing these things, which are the reasons for our unique results.
Bridgewater’s success has resulted from talented people operating by the
principles set out here, and it will continue if these or other talented
people continue to operate by them. Like getting fit, virtually anyone
can do it if they are willing to do what it takes.

不言而喻,我想你应当深深思考去决定:
1.怎样是你想要的
2.哪些是精神
3.怎么着才能博得你想要的结果
自身觉得你应当做两次清醒周密的思索,如此你就足以拿走你想要的。

Introduction
Principles are concepts that can be applied over and over again in
similar circumstances as distinct from narrow answers to specific
questions. Every game has principles that successful players master to
achieve winning results. So does life. Principles are ways of
successfully dealing with the laws of nature or the laws of life. Those
who understand more of them and understand them well know how to
interact with the world more effectively than those who know fewer of
them or know them less well.

Since my management principles are simply my most fundamental life
principles applied to management, reading Part 2 will help you to better
understand Part 3, but it’s not required—you can go directly to Part 3
to see what my management principles are and how Bridgewater has been
run.

Before I discuss the management principles themselves, it’s important
for me to articulate my own most fundamental life principles because my
management principles are an extension of them.

Until recently, I didn’t write out these principles because I felt that
it was presumptuous for me to tell others what would work best for them.
But over time, I saw the people who I cared about most struggling with
problems and wanted to help them; I also found that their problems were
almost always the result of violating one or more of these principles,
and that their problems could be solved by applying these principles. So
I began writing down the types of problems and the broken principles
that caused them. When I began, I didn’t know how many principles I
would end up with but, through this process, I discovered that about 200
principles pretty much cover all the problems.1 I’m sure that I will
come up with more as I learn more.

There are of course lots of other types of principles. For example, I
hope to one day write about my investment principles. However,
management principles are now what we need most, so here are the ones
that I think make sense and have worked for me.

When I say that these are my principles, I don’t mean that in a
possessive or egotistical way. I just mean that they are explanations of
what I personally believe. I believe that the people I work with and
care about must think for themselves. I set these principles out and
explained the logic behind them so that we can together explore their
merits and stress test them. While I am confident that these principles
work well because I have thought hard about them, they have worked well
for me for many years, and they have stood up to the scrutiny of the
hundreds of smart, skeptical people, I also believe that nothing is
certain. I believe that the best we can hope for is highly probable. By
putting them out there and stress testing them, the probabilities of
their being right will increase.

One day I’d like to write a Part 4 on my investment principles. If you
are looking to get the most bang for your buck (i.e., understanding for
the effort), I suggest that you read Parts 1 and 2, and the beginning of
Part 3 (through the Summary and Table of Principles) which will give you
nearly the whole picture. It’s only about 55 pages of a normal size
book.

自己写了那本书帮助您做地方所述的作业。我唯有会问三个问题:
1.你的构思要足够开放
2你要丰硕诚实的应对一些有关怎么样是你所想要的,什么是本质,以及怎样收获结果。
一经你可以遵从那个去做,我深信您可见从本书中查获广大营养,因为你已经发现了掣肘你变成想象中友好的最大阻力。