2015.02.05【英译中】匹配你的工作方式的你的生产效率(下)

发表于:2015-02-05 18:59 [只看楼主] [划词开启]


Match Your Productivity Approach to the Way You Work

匹配你的工作方式的你的生产效率

Ironically, most of us do this unconsciously. After all, these are habitual patterns of perceiving, processing, and managing information that guide our behavior. However, because we’re inundated with “proven” programs, tips and tools—backed by a bevy of consultants, academics, and practitioners—we often go against our natural instincts.


具有讽刺意味的是,我们中大多数都会无意识地这么做。毕竟,是习惯的感知、处理和管理信息的方式,来指导我们的行为。不管怎样,因为我们难以应付“既证的”程序,那些被一群群顾问、学着和从业者支撑的指令,让我们常常违背本性。

This assessment—based on research in psychology and management—is designed to help you identify and embrace your personal productivity style. Are you a prioritizer? A planner?  An arranger? Or a visualizer? Once you know, you’ll be able to more effectively manage your work and home life and achieve your goals much more efficiently.

评价是基于心理学和管理学的研究,是专门帮助你确认你自己的生产效率方式的。你是个优先等级者?计划者?筹备者?或者是一个观察者?只要你知道(自己的定位)你就能更有效地管理你的工作和家庭生活并能更有效地取得你的目标。

Let me give you an example. Prioritizers prefer logical, analytical, fact-based, critical, and realistic thinking. To increase their efficiency, they might time how long it takes to complete certain tasks in order to more accurately plan and segment their days and weeks. This approach—a well-known best practice—would probably also work well for Planners, who process information in an organized, sequential, and detailed way. But it would stifle Visualizers, who are more holistic, intuitive and integrative thinkers and therefore energized (and made more efficient) by task variety and schedule flexibility. Arrangers, who are more expressive and emotional, would also benefit from a looser time management policy, which allows them to consider their energy levels and attention span capacity, then plan work accordingly, in real time.

让我来给你举个例子吧。优先等级划分更倾向于逻辑的、分析的、基于现实的、批判的和现实性思维。为了提高效率,他们可能需要知道做具体的工作花多少时间,来制定精确地计划,划分工作日和工作周。这种方法是众所周知的最好的实践,或许对策划者也凑效,他们有组织有层次地详尽地处理信息。但是它也会禁锢观察者,他们是更加全盘直观一体化的思想者,因此工作的多样化和时间的灵活性可以带来能量。筹备者是更有表现力和更丰富的情感,他们会受益于更宽松的时间管理方案,这允许他们斟酌他们自己的能量水平并注意能力跨度,然后可以根实际时间相应地计划工作。

The latest app, prioritization plan, or e-mail sorting strategy will not work if it runs counter to the way you think and process information. Your productivity strategies must be customized for you—not for someone else—because your life is waiting.

最新的app、优先计划或者邮件分拣策略什么的如果跟你的思考和处理信息的方式背道而驰就不会有什么作用。你的生产力效率策略必须是为你私人订制的,并不是为了什么其他人的,因为你的生活在等着你。

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