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  • 63  The concept of EQ  We have been conditioned to believe that IQ is the best measure of human potential. In the past years, however, researchers have found that this isnt necessarily the case -- that in fact, your emotional intelligence ient (EQ) might be a greater predictor of success. We learned to feel bee we learned to think. The strong physical reactions we have when we feel anger, happiness, love, surprise, disgust and sadness, example, illustrate the idea that emotions went bee intelligence.  IQ is essential learning and mental development. EQ is a person ability to understand his or her own emotions and the emotions of others and to act appropriately based on this understanding, and it is more important happiness and success. We have all known people who did not complete college, but who have become very successful in business. We call them street smart. We also know people who, on the whole, are positive, communicative, pleasant and supportive -- these people enjoy a high level of EQ.  The vast majority of one ultimate success in society is determined by non-IQ factors, ranging from social class to luck. Emotional intelligence is one of those factors. The good thing about EQ is that it can always, at any age, be improved, unlike IQ, which remains more or less fixed in adult life. It important to --  Know one own emotions. Recognize and name emotions you feel; understand why you feel that way; and distinguish between feeling and actions.  Motivate oneself. When considering how to harness your feelings, practice some emotional self-control and delay gratification. Stand University researchers tested children impulse control by placing a banana in front of them and telling them that they would receive a second one if the first remained when the researcher, who needed to leave the room, returned later. The follow-up study found that, overall, the children who delayed gratification and did not eat the banana were more successful later in life -- as measured by a range of factors including happiness, income and job satisfaction -- than those children who ate the banana immediately.  Recognize emotions in others. The ability to take another person perspective is a skill that effective managers possess. Emotionally intelligent individuals also are sensitive to other people feeling and listen well.  Manage emotions. Accept your feelings, but find a balance between over sensitivity or over expression and emotional suppression.  Handle relationships. Applying conflict management skills instead of ignoring conflict, and being considerate and cooperative are part of handling relationships from an emotionally intelligent perspective. Communication skills are essential to healthy relationships. 18667。
  • Andy: Holly? Holly Madison, is that you? You look great! You havent changed a bit.Holly: Uh...Andrew. Hello. I cant quite remember you.Andy: It me. The D-man! I sat behind you in English. Are you and Taylor still dating?Holly: Um...we never were. Were just friends.Andy: Well, if youre not seeing anyone, maybe we could...Holly: ...I am seeing someone. This is Yi-jun, my...参考译文:安迪:荷莉?荷莉麦迪逊?是你吗?你看来真棒!一点都没变荷莉:(看识别卡)嗯……安德鲁哈啰我不太记得你是谁安迪:是我啊竹本君!我英文课坐在你后面你和泰勒还在交往吗?荷莉:嗯……我们从没交往过我们只是朋友安迪:呃,如果你没有在跟谁交往,或许我们可以……荷莉:……我有交往对象了(怡君过来)这是怡君,我的……重点词汇:D-man (n.)竹本君这是Andy的高中绰号,D是「笨」dork的简称,Holly的解释as in dork的as in,意思是「就如同(某字)」Hey, you didnt get about the D-man, did you?嘿,你没忘掉那个竹本君吧? 656。
  • Beijing is asking Washington to provide more inmation about the destruction of a U.S. satellite. CNN's John Vause reportsOfficials in Beijing have been choosing their words carefully, playing up their concern about any harm the satellite shoot-down may have done to outer space as well as other countries and demanding more inmation from the ed States. China further requests that the U. S. fulfill its international obligations in earnest and promptly provide to the international commy the necessary inmation and relevant data so that relevant countries can take precautions. But the Chinese conducted a successful test of a satellite-killing weapon just over a year ago, at the time, they were harshly criticized by a number of countries and the U. S. administration launched a mal diplomatic protest. And so today in the overseas edition of People's Daily, the official newspaper of the Communist Party, there was a very blunt front-page editorial, accusing the U. S. of hypocrisy and of having dangerous space ambitions. Adding to all of this tension, earlier this month, both Russia and China had proposed a treaty to ban weapons in space, but that was rejected by Washington. On the satellite shoot-down, U. S. officials are pointing out that they announced their plans well ahead of time, whereas the Chinese test last year was conducted in secret, and they only fessed up once they were caught out by US intelligence. John Vause, CNN, Beijing. WORDS IN THE NEWS 1. play up : phase verbIf you play up something, you emphasize it and try to make people believe that it is important.. hypocrisy : n-var disapprovalIf you accuse someone of hypocrisy, you mean that they pretend to have qualities, beliefs, or feelings that they do not really have. 3. fess up To recognize, often reluctantly, the reality or truth of…… 597。
  • Voice 1: The Sahara climate is unkind and cruel. Not many people can survive in such extreme conditions. So, imagine racing two hundred ty-three kilometres across the Sahara sand. Imagine fighting the hot sun, the dry air and the high winds — all while running! Today Spotlight is on the Marathon Des Sables.声音1:撒哈拉沙漠的气候不友好而且残酷没有多少人能在这种极端条件下生存所以,想象一下在撒哈拉沙漠进行3公里的赛跑想象一下在对抗烈日、干燥的空气和狂风的同时还要奔跑!今天重点报道节目的主题就是撒哈拉沙漠马拉松Voice : The Marathon Des Sables is an extreme race. It started in 1986 in Morocco, in Africa. Since then over six hundred people compete in the race each year. And they come from over thirty different countries. But, only those people seeking a great challenge enter the race. And only those in the best physical condition finish it. People call the Marathon Des Sables the ;world toughest footrace.; And it is easy to understand why!声音:撒哈拉沙漠马拉松是极限赛跑这项赛事始于1986年非洲洛哥从那时起,每年有超过600人参与这项比赛参赛者来自30余个不同国家但是,只有那些寻求巨大挑战的人才会参与这项比赛而且,只有那些身体条件最好的人才能完赛人们称撒哈拉沙漠马拉松是“世界上最艰难的赛跑”原因很容易理解!译文属 973。
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