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黑石集團CEO蘇世民的25條工作和生活原則

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黑石集團CEO蘇世民的25條工作和生活原則

       蘇世民(Stephen A. Schwarzman),全球私募巨頭黑石集團聯合創始人、董事會主席、首席執行官,耶魯大學學士,哈佛大學商學院工商管理碩士。他與彼特 · 彼特森以40萬美元創建黑石集團,並將其發展為華爾街真正的私募之王。

       現在,黑石集團已成為全球最大的私募股權資產管理公司和房地產管理公司。截至2019年第三季度,黑石管理的資金總額超過5500億美元。黑石集團人均利潤是高盛的9倍,過去30餘年平均投資回報率高達30%以上。美國排名前50的公司和養老基金中,70%以上都有黑石的投資。

       蘇世民被媒體稱為“華爾街的新國王”、“私募界的巴菲特”、“美國房東”。他還是坐擁億萬財富的慈善家,2020年1月2日,《福布斯》 發布2019年美國慈善捐贈榜,蘇世民以1.88億美元的捐款排名第6。他以個人名義捐贈1億美元,用於支持清華大學建設蘇世民書院和創辦全球學者項目,該項目是中國大學迄今為止從境外獲得的最大單項慈善捐款。

黑石集團CEO蘇世民的25條工作和生活原則

《蘇世民:我的經驗與教訓》

       最近,蘇世民在他的新書《蘇世民:我的經驗與教訓》中坦誠分享了25條工作和生活原則,無論是金融界人士、企業高管、創業人士、青年學生,還是想要人生有所突破的年輕人,都能從中獲得激勵和感悟。

       1 It’s as easy to do something big as it is to do something small, so reach for a fantasy worthy of your pursuit, with rewards commensurate to your effort.

       做大事和做小事的難易程度是一樣的。所以要選擇一個值得追求的宏偉目標,讓回報與你的努力相匹配。

       2 The best executives are made, not born. They never stop learning. Study the people and organizations in your life that have had enormous success. They offer a free course from the real world to help you improve.

       最優秀的高管不是天生的,而是後天磨礪的結果他們好學不倦,永無止境。要善於研究你生活中取得巨大成功的人和組織,他們能夠提供關於如何在現實世界獲得成功的免費教程,可以幫助你進行自我提升。

       3 Write or call the people you admire, and ask for advice or a meeting. You never know who will be willing to meet with you. You may end up learning something important or form a connection you can leverage for the rest of your life. Meeting people early in life creates an unusual bond.

       給你敬佩的人寫信或打電話,請他們提供建議或與其會麵的機會你永遠不知道誰願意跟你見麵。最後你會從這些人身上學到很多重要的東西,建立你在餘生都可以享用的人際關係。在生命早期結交的人,會與你締結非同尋常的感情紐帶。

       4 There is nothing more interesting to people than their own problems. Think about what others are dealing with, and try to come up with ideas to help them. Almost anyone, however senior or important, is receptive to new ideas provided they are thoughtful.

       人們總覺得最有意思的話題就是與自己相關的話題。所以,要善於分析他人的問題所在,並嚐試提出辦法來幫助他人。幾乎所有的人,無論他聲名多麽顯赫、地位多麽高貴,都願意接受新的想法,當然,前提是這些想法必須經過深思熟慮。

       5 Every business is a closed, integrated system with a set of distinct but interrelated parts. Great managers understand how each part works on its own and in relation to all thethe others.

       每個企業都是一個封閉的集成係統,內部各個組成部分性能獨特卻又相互關聯。優秀的管理者既洞悉每個部分如何獨立運行,也熟知各部分之間如何相互協作

       6 Information is the most important asset in business. The more you know, the more perspectives you have, and the more likely you are to spot patterns and anomalies before your competition. So always be open to new inputs, whether they are people, experiences, or knowledge.

       信息是最重要的商業資產。掌握得越多,擁有的視角就越多,在競爭對手麵前就越有可能發現常規模式和異常現象。所以要始終對進入企業的新鮮事物保持開放的態度,無論是新的人、新的經驗,還是新的知識。

       7 When you're young, only take a job that provides you with a steep learning curve and strong training. First jobs are foundational. Don't take a job just because it seems prestigious.

       在年輕的時候,請接受能為自己提供陡峭的學習曲線和艱苦的磨煉機會的工作。最初的工作是為人生打基礎的,不要為了暫時的聲望而輕易地接受一份工作。

       8 When presenting yourself, remember that impressions matter. The whole picture has to be right. Others will be watching for all sorts of clues and cues that tell who you are. Be on time. Be authentic. Be prepared.

       在展示自己時,請記住,印象非常重要。整體形象必須毫無瑕疵。其他人會通過各種線索和端倪,判斷你的真實麵貌。所以,要重諾守時,要真實誠信,要準備充分。

       9 No one person, however smart, can solve every problem. But an army of smart people talking openly with one another will.

       再聰明的人也不能解決所有問題。聰明人組成的開誠布公的團隊卻可以無往而不利。

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       10 People in a tough spot often focus on their own problems, when the answer usually lies in fixing someone else's.

       處於困境中的人往往隻關注自己的問題,而解決問題的途徑通常在於你如何解決別人的問題

       11 Believe in something greater than yourself and your personal needs. It can be your company, your country, or a duty for service. Any challenge you tackle that is inspired by your beliefs and core values will be worth it, regardless of whether you succeed or fail.

       一個人的信念必須超越自我和個人需求,它可以是自己的公司、祖國或服役義務。任何因信念和核心價值觀的激勵而選擇的挑戰都是值得的,無論最終的結果是成功還是失敗。

       12 Never deviate from your sense of right and wrong. Your integrity must be unquestionable. It is easy to do what's right when you don't have to write a check or suffer any consequences. It's harder when you have to give something up. Always do what you say you will, and never mislead anyone for your own advantage.

       永遠要黑白分明、百折不回。你的誠信必須要毋庸置疑。當一個人不需要付出代價或承擔後果的時候,堅持做正確的事情並非難事。但當必須得放棄一些東西時,你就很難保持信用記錄。要始終言而有信,不要為了自己的利益誤導任何人。

       13 Be bold. Successful entrepreneurs, managers, and individuals have the confidence and courage to act when the moment seems right. They accept risk when others are cautious and take action when everyone else is frozen, but they do so smartly. This trait is the mark of a leader.

       要勇往直前。成功的企業家、經理和個人都是具有誌在必得的氣魄和一往無前的精神的人。他們會在恰當的時刻當仁不讓。當其他人謹小慎微時,他們會接受風險;當其他人瞻前顧後時,他們會采取行動,但他們會選擇明智的做法。這種特質是領導者的標誌。

       14 Never get complacent. Nothing is forever. Whether it is an individual or a business, your competition will defeat you if you are not constantly seeking ways to reinvent and improve yourself. Organizations, especially, are more fragile than you think.

       永遠不要驕傲自滿。沒有什麽是一成不變的。無論是個人還是企業,如果不經常尋求自我重塑和自我改進的方法,就會被競爭對手打敗。尤其是組織,因為組織比想象中更脆弱。

       15 Sales rarely get made on the first pitch. Just because you believe in something doesn't mean everyone else will. You need to be able to sell your vision with conviction over and over again. Most people don't like change, so you need to be able to convince them why they should accept it. Don't be afraid to ask for what you want.

       極少有人能在首次推介中完成銷售。僅僅因為你對一些事物有信念,並不意味著其他人也願意接受。你需要能夠一次又一次堅定地推銷你的願景。大多數人不喜歡改變,所以你需要說服他們為什麽要接受改變。不要因為畏懼而不去爭取自己想得到的東西。

       16 If you see a huge, transformative opportunity, don't worry that no one else is pursuing it. You might be seeing something others don't. The harder the problem is, the more limited the competition, and the greater the reward for whomever can solve it.

       如果你看到一個巨大的變革性機會,不要疑慮其他人為什麽沒有采取行動。你可能看到了他人沒有看到的東西。問題越嚴峻,競爭就越有限,對問題解決者的回報就越大。

       17 Success comes down to rare moments of opportunity. Be open, alert, and ready to seize them. Gather the right people and resources; then commit. If you're not prepared to apply that kind of effort, either the opportunity isn't as compelling as you think or you are not the right person to pursue it.

       歸根到底,成功就是抓住了寥寥可數的機遇要始終保持開放的思維,冷靜觀察,高度警覺,隨時準備抓住機會。要統籌合適的人力和其他資源,然後全力以赴。如果你沒有準備好拚盡全力,要麽是因為這個機會沒有你想象的那麽有吸引力,要麽是因為你不是把握這一機遇的合適人選。

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       18 Time wounds all deals, sometimes even fatally. Often the longer you wait, the more surprises await you. In tough negotiations especially, keep everyone at the table long enough to reach an agreement.

       時間會對所有交易造成負麵影響,有時甚至產生致命影響。一般情況下,等待的時間越久,意料之外的事情就越多。特別是在艱難的談判中,要讓所有人都在談判桌上協商足夠長的時間,以此達成協議。

       19 Don't lose money!!! Objectively assess the risks of every opportunity.

       不要賠錢!!!客觀地評估每個機會的風險。

       20 Make decisions when you are ready, not under pressure. Others will always push you to make a decision for their own purposes, internal politics, or some other external need. But you can almost always say, “I need a little more time to think about this. I’ll get back to you.” This tactic is very effective at defusing even the most difficult and uncomfortable situations.

       要在準備好時做出決定,而不是在壓力之下。或為了達到個人目的,或因為內部鬥爭,或因為一些外部需求,其他人總會催促你做出決策。但幾乎每次你都可以這麽說:“我需要更多的時間來考慮這個問題。我想清楚了再回複你。即使是在最艱難、最令人不快的情況下,這種策略也非常有效。

       21 Worrying is an active, liberating activity. If channeled appropriately, it allows you to articulate the downside in any situation and drives you to take action to avoid it.

       憂慮是一種積極的心理活動可以開闊人的思路。如果能正確引導這一情緒,你就可以洞察任何形勢下的負麵風險,並采取行動規避這些風險。

       22 Failure is the best teacher in an organization. Talk about failures openly and objectively. Analyze what went wrong. You will learn new rules for decision making and organizational behavior. If evaluated well, failures have the potential to change the course of any organization and make it more successful in the future.

       失敗是一個組織最好的老師。開誠布公地客觀談論失敗,分析問題所在,你就會從失敗中學到關於決策和組織行為的新規則。如果評估得當,失敗就有可能改變一個組織的進程,使其在未來更加成功。

       23 Hire 10s whenever you can. They are proactive about sensing problems, designing solutions, and taking a business in new directions. They also attract and hire other 10s. You can always build something around a 10.

       盡可能雇用10分人才,因為他們會積極主動地感知問題、設計解決方案,並朝著新方向開展業務。他們還會吸引和雇用其他10分人才。10分人才做什麽事都會得心應手。

       24 Be there for the people you know to be good, even when everyone else is walking away. Anyone can end up in a tough situation. A random act of kindness in someone’s time of need can change the course of a life and createan unexpected friendship or loyalty.

       如果你認為一個人的本質是好的,就要隨時為這個人提供幫助,即使其他人都離他而去。任何人都可能陷入困境。在別人需要的時候,一個偶然的善意行為就會改變他的生命軌跡,造就意想不到的友誼或忠誠。

       25 Everyone has dreams. Do what you can to help others achieve theirs.

       每個人都有夢想。盡你所能幫助別人實現他們的目標。

『本文出自今日頭條號:創業先鋒818』


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