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Josh Sundquist was diagnosed with cancer when he was nine years old, and was told he had a 50% chance of surviving. 乔什.森德奎斯特九岁时被诊断出癌症,并得知自己只有50%的幸存希望。He lost his left leg, despite chemotherapy, but by thirteen he was cancer-free, and by sixteen, he was ski-racing. 尽管接受了化疗,他还是失去了自己的左腿,但13岁时,森德奎斯特的癌症痊愈了。16岁时他开始滑雪。Now, Sundquist is a motivational speaker that#39;s become famous on social media for his clever, amputation-incorporating Halloween costumes.森德奎斯特如今成了一名励志演说家,他因利用独腿打造机智的万圣节装扮,而在社交媒体走红。;I#39;ve always dealt with the social discomfort of my disability by having a sense of humor,; Sundquist explains. 森德奎斯特解释说,我经常会用一种幽默的方式来对待身体残疾带来的社交不适感。;But now I#39;m more comfortable with who I am and what I look like, and I guess with these Halloween costumes you could even say that I celebrate what makes me different. 但现在我对自己的身份和样子更自在了,我想你甚至可以说,我用这些万圣节装来展示自己的与众不同。Which may be either weird or refreshing, depending on your perspective.; 这也许会让人觉得怪异或者新鲜,一切决于你怎么看。He explains the inspiration for his costumes below:他解释了以下装的灵感来源于:2010: ;From Shrek. Not the gumdrop buttons!;2010:“灵感来自《怪物史瑞克》。别动我的橡皮糖扣子!(注:电影台词)”2012: ;My wife Ashley suggested this idea, a reference to the movie A Christmas Story.;2012:“我的妻子艾什莉提供了这个点子,参考电影《圣诞故事》。”2013: ;I was just at the zoo one time and I noticed that flamingos look like me doing a crutch handstand. So yeah.;2013:“我有一次在动物园发现,火烈鸟很像拄着拐倒立的我。所以,你懂的。”2014: ;A YouTube subscriber suggested it to me at VidCon. I thought it was appropriate since last year I was also named to the US Amputee World Cup Team.;2014:“一位油管用户在Vidcon大会上给我提了这个建议。我认为这非常适合我,因为去年我还被美国截肢者世界杯小组提名。2015: ;It#39;s a classic amputee joke. This year I decided to anthropomorphize it.;2015:“这是一个经典的截肢者段子(因为IHOP餐厅广告牌的造型,它被戏称为截肢者最喜欢的餐厅),今年我决定把这个段子演出来。”;If my career as a motivational speaker doesn#39;t work out, I could probably get a job at IHOP.;“万一我的励志演说家事业发展不顺,我也许能在IHOP找到一份工作。”2016: ;Want to see my newest Halloween costume? Be our guest.;2016:“想要知道我的最新万圣节装扮?来看吧。” /201611/475316Eating a diet rich in vegetable oil could put you at risk for dementia, experts claim.有关专家表示,食用富含植物油的食品会置你于痴呆的风险之中。Emerging research shows the oil is more likely than others to cause plaque build up in the brain, a known precursor to serious neurodegenerative diseases.新兴研究表明,植物油比其他种类的油更易造成大脑斑块淤积,众所周知,这是严重神经组织退化疾病的前兆。In the mid-20th century, Americans were increasingly concerned about the growing rate of heart disease and were told to ditch saturated fats - such as butter and cream - in favor of vegetable oil.20世纪中叶,美国人越来越关注心脏病的增长率,并被告知弃用诸如黄油和奶油等含有的饱和脂肪酸,倾向于用植物油。But Dr Catherine Shanahan, a nutritionist and family physician, says this was a serious mistake.但是,营养学家兼家庭医生凯瑟琳·沙纳汉士表示,这是一个严重的错误。Dr Shanahan explains that in the 1950s, consumers were told to stop eating saturated fats and turn to products like vegetable oil, which soon became a pantry staple. But there was another factor to its popularity.沙纳汉士称,在20世纪50年代时,消费者们被告知停止食用饱和脂肪酸,转向植物油之类的产品,这很快便成为一种厨房主食。但是促成它人气的还有另一个因素。She told Daily Mail Online: #39;Restaurants and other establishments turned to vegetable oil because of the cost and availability. Olive oil is 10 to 50 times more expensive than vegetable oil.#39;她在接受《线上每日邮报》采访时表示:“餐厅和其它机构出于对成本和可用性的考虑,转向植物油。橄榄油比植物油要贵10-50倍。”#39;Also, it#39;s very easy to use in cooking because there#39;s not a high smoke point and it doesn#39;t have a flavor like olive oil. So it has a one-size-fits-all factor.#39;“同样地,做饭时使用植物油也很方便,因为它烟点低,没有橄榄油的那种味道。所以它是厨房的万全之策。”Vegetable oils comes in a variety of forms - canola, palm, corn, soy, sunflower, safflower, cottonseed, rice bran and grapeseed.植物油的种类有很多--菜籽油、棕榈油、玉米油、大豆油、葵花籽油、红花油、棉籽油、米糠油和葡萄籽油。 /201702/492219

As Harry Potter fans around the world celebrate what many see as the eighth installment of the classic series, multitudes of Chinese ers have faced a big decision: wait for the book#39;s scheduled China release on Oct. 29 or buy a pirated version on Taobao.当世界各地的《哈利波特》迷,为很多人视为经典的该系列第八部图书而欢呼雀跃的时候,很多中国读者却面临着一个重大的决定:是等待在10月29日发布的中文预售版,还是在淘宝上购买盗版。Indeed, ;Harry Potter and the Cursed Child; is aly available on e-commerce giant Taobao.com, with a cover design resembling the English edition, which was released on July 31.在电子商务巨头淘宝网站上,现在确实已经可以买到《哈利波特与被诅咒的孩子》了,其封面设计与于7月31日发售的英文版很相似。The pirated Chinese edition lists the book#39;s official Chinese publisher, People#39;s Literature Publishing House, and credits the series#39; official Chinese translators, Ma Ainong and Ma Aixin.这些盗版的中文图书中标注了该书的中国官方出版社--人民文学出版社,并以该系列的中国官方译者马爱农与马爱新署名。While the publisher reportedly ordered Taobao to remove the pirated books being sold by 54 stores, many more could still be found as of press time.据报道,虽然出版社责令淘宝网删除54家商店出售的盗版图书,但是截至记者发稿时,仍然可以在该网站上看到很多盗版图书。A number of the stores offered exclusive early sales incentives with delicate packaging and limited editions. Some even came with gifts like Hogwarts bookmarks and stationary.很多商家提供了包装精美、限量版、国内独家首发的宣传语。有些甚至还附赠像霍格沃茨书签和文具之类的礼物。The books are mostly priced between 28 and 78 RMB. The sellers are largely based in Shanghai and Guangdong. Some top sellers claim to have sold more than 1,000 pirated books.这些盗版书大多售价在28到78元之间。卖家主要是来自在上海和广东。一些畅销卖家声称已售出1000多册盗版图书。People#39;s Literature Publishing House guessed that the books had been translated by various underground translators after the English version was released, and then hurriedly printed so as to be made available before the official Chinese release.人民文学出版社猜测,这些盗版书是在英文版发布之后,经由各种地下译者翻译,再匆匆印制,赶在官方中国版发布之前出售的。 /201610/471445These two photographs show the amazing transformation of a Miss Universe beauty queen.下面两张照片显示了一位环球冠军惊人的转变。But the most incredible part of Chalita Suansane#39;s rise to stardom is how quickly she went from geek chic to belle of the ball.不过,最令人难以置信的部分还是查理塔·苏安珊逆袭的过程,她以惊人的速度从一名不起眼的学生变成了女神。The 22-year-old#39;s beauty pageant career only kick-started last year — and she never harbored dreams of being a successful model.22岁的她去年才开始参加选美比赛--并且她从未梦想过自己会成为一名成功的模特。Taken as recently as a year ago, pictures of Chalita, who was studying microbiology at Mahasarakham University at the time, show how she barely resembles the person she is now.从一年前还在马哈沙拉堪大学学习微生物学的查理塔拍的照片上可以看出,那和如今的她可是一点也不像。Photos from a private album taken within the last year and obtained by MailOnline show she wore thick-rimmed glasses and had braces.根据她私人相册里去年拍的照片以及《每日邮报》获得的一些照片显示,她戴着厚厚的有框眼镜,穿着吊带。It was only in July last year that her sister applied for Miss Thailand on her behalf — and it everything changed. So what was the secret of her transformation?直到去年7月,她的为她递交了泰国比赛的报名表--然后一切都改变了。那么她成功转变的秘密是什么呢?Chalita said, ;I never thought I would ever be a model. My sister just joked that we should send in my resume for the Miss Thailand competition.;查理塔表示:“我从来没想过我会成为一名模特。我只是开玩笑说,我们应该交份简历参加泰国比赛。”;When I applied for Miss Thailand my face didn#39;t change at all. I just did a lot of exercise and lost some weight. The rest was down to make-up, healthy eating and sunbathing. And a few new dresses.;“那个时候我的长相一点也没变。我只是做了一些锻炼减肥。剩下的就是化妆品、健康饮食和日光浴的功劳了。对了,还添置了几件新衣。” /201703/496438

7.Mathematical Signs7.数学符号The symbols for addition and subtraction first emerged in the 15th century. The ;+; sign seems to have been one of many ways that the Latin word et, meaning ;and,; was abbreviated.;+;和;—;出现于15世纪。有一种说法认为;+;是拉丁文;et;的简写,意为;和,加;。The ancient Greeks had used the letter ;psi; for addition (or sometimes simply juxtaposition), while the Hindus used the word yu, and the ancient Egyptians used a pair of legs walking forward to denote addition or walking away to denote subtraction.古希腊用;psi;表示;加;(有时表并列),印度教徒用;yu;表示加,而古埃及人用双腿前行表示加,走开表示减。Early 15th-century Europeans were using the letters ;p; and ;m; for ;plus; and ;minus; (then called ;piu; and ;memo;), but the first use of ;+; to mean et was probably by the astronomer Nicole d#39;Oresme in the 14th century.15世纪早期,欧洲人使用;plus;(加)和;minus;(减)的首字母;p;和;m;表示加减,称为;piu;和;memo;。不过,首先用;+;表示;加;的应该是14世纪的天文学家尼科尔·德·奥雷斯姆。The ;–; sign may have originated from merchants#39; notation when cargo was unloaded from ships, or it may have simply have been a shorthand way of denoting the letter ;m,; which often had a line over it when indicating subtraction.;—;最初可能是被商人用作卸货下船的标志,也可能是字母;m;的缩写,因为;m;表示;减;时,上方经常会画一条横线。Interestingly, the modern division sign was originally used to denote subtraction by northern European mathematicians and may have originated from notation used on manuscripts to mark passages suspected of being corrupt or incorrect.有趣的是,现在使用的除号早期被北欧数学家用来表示;减;,可能是源于手稿中标记错误的符号。It wasn#39;t until the late 16th century that these symbols were commonly used in mathematics.直到16世纪晚期,这些符号才普遍应用于数学领域。Johann Widman and Vander Hoecke, two 15th-century mathematicians, used them.15世纪时,数学家约翰·韦德曼和范德·赫克最先使用;+;;—;符号。They were apparently introduced into English notation by Robert Recorde in 1557, who said, ;There be other 2 signes in often use of which the first is made thus + and betokeneth more: the other is thus made — and betokeneth lesse.;1557年,罗伯特·雷克德将符号传入英国,他说;有两个常用符号,第一个是‘+#39;,表示增多,第二个是‘—#39;,表示减少。;6.Asterisk And Dagger6.星号和剑标Now exceedingly more popular due to its usage on the Internet, the asterisk was once much more rarely seen and was associated with a subordinate symbol known as the dagger.如今星号在网络中及其常见,但以前星号并不常见,且常和剑标一起出现。Both were traditionally used in footnotes, indicated dates of birth and death in European typography, and also indicated long and short pauses in Gregorian chant notation.这两个符号在欧洲印刷体中作为脚注,表示出生和死亡日期,在格里高列圣咏乐谱中表示停顿的长短。Some claim that the ultimate origins of the asterisk can be traced back 5,000 years to ancient Sumeria, where the cuneiform symbol dingir or an represented ;heaven; or ;divinity,; Others, however, consider this connection dubious at best.一些人称,星号的使用起源于5000年前的古苏美尔,那里的楔形文字;dingir;和;an;表示;天堂;或;神;。但很多人质疑这种说法。More reliable history ties the asterisk and dagger to the Library of Alexandria, which was attached to a larger center of learning called the Mouseion.较为可信的说法是,星号和剑标与亚历山大图书馆有关,而亚历山大图书馆又附属于亚历山大学宫。At the time, an Athenian official named Peisistratus had offered to pay by the line for Homeric verse, much of which had been lost. Much of what was submitted was fraudulent Homer invented by hucksters.当时,雅典僭主庇西特拉图下令编订《荷马史诗》,因其大部分内容遗失,而当时呈交的大部分内容都是小商贩虚构出来的荷马。A grammarian at the Mouseion named Zenodotus of Ephesus was in charge of reviewing the body of work and removing fake verses, which he annotated with a single line in the margin.来自以弗所的文法学家泽诺多托斯负责审编主要内容,将伪造篇章剔除,并在空白处划线标记。Zenodotus#39;s line was named ;obelus,; Greek for ;roasting spit,; which would later evolve into the dagger symbol.泽诺多托斯所画的线称为;短剑号;,后演变为剑标符号。The asterisk came later, invented by another Alexandrian scholar, Aristarchus of Samothrace, who was charged with editing Zenodotus#39;s work.之后,来自萨莫色雷斯岛的阿利斯塔克发明了星号标志,他是亚历山大物馆的另一位学者,负责修订泽诺多托斯审编的著作。He invented several new symbols, such as the simple angled diple to mark noteworthy passages and the spotted diple, which marked passages over which he disagreed with Zenodotus.他发明了几个新的符号,比如;gt;;,用来标注值得一读的段落,以及点,表示与泽诺多托斯意见不同之处。He paired the obelus with a star-like glyph he called asterikos, or ;little star,; which denoted passages which had been mistakenly duplicated or misplaced.他将剑标与星形符号(称为;星号;或;小星星;)结合使用,表示抄错或错位的段落。These symbols would also be adopted by the early Christians, particularly Origen, who used variations on the symbols when trying to reconcile the original Hebrew Old Testament, or Pentateuch, with the first Greek translation.早期基督徒沿用了这些符号。奥利金将这些符号加以修改,用于核对希伯来语旧约圣经或西五经与希腊译本。Various permutations of these symbols would be passed down throughout Christian scholarship, though their precise shape and meaning shifted and evolved over time.这些符号的排列形式经基督教学者流传后世,具体的形状和含义也随时间不断变化。5.Exit Signs5.安全出口标志There are two major competing standards for exit signs in use around the world. The ed States uses the word ;EXIT; in bold, red type, which is considered appropriate for its high visibility and bombastic nature, using a color usually associated with danger.世界上主要有两种安全出口标志,美国用粗体的红色;EXIT;表示,这种标志字体大,醒目,且一般红色表示危险。However, much of the rest of the world uses a pictogram of a running man leaving through a door in green, which is ily understandable to people of any language and background and uses a color traditionally associated with safety.然而,其他国家都使用象形符号,标志上是一个跑着通过绿门的人,绿色通常让人联想到安全,这对所有国家的人来说都很容易理解。The US sign has its origins in the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Fire, in which 146 workers were killed in a Manhattan garment factory.美国的安全出口标志,源于1911年曼哈顿一家装工厂的火灾——三角女衣厂火灾,这场火灾夺走了146名工人的生命。This encouraged the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) to begin to promote the concept of ;life safety,; meaning the importance of getting people out of burning buildings.这一事件促使美国消防协会推广宣传失火大楼逃生的重要性,即;生命安全;。They developed the criteria for emergency exit signage during the 1930s and 1940s, experimenting with different sizes and stroke widths for lettering until establishing a standard.他们在20世纪30、40年代推出紧急出口的标志,当时的字体大小和宽度多有不同,最后形成了统一标准。According to Robert Solomon of the NFPA#39;s Building Fire Protection and Life Safety departments, an English word was chosen over a symbol because, ;The U.S. was more parochial then.;据美国消防协会建筑防火和生命安全部门的罗伯特·所罗门所说,美国之所以选择英文而不选图形,是因为;那时的美国,教区观念还比较重;。Over the next few decades, however, graphical symbols came into vogue. A Japanese fire safety association ran a competition for a new national emergency exit sign, receiving 3,300 entries. It was won by designer Yukio Ota with his running man image, which was then tweaked and evaluated.然而,接下来的几十年,图像开始流行。日本的一家消防安全协会举办了一场;征集国家新安全出口标识;的竞赛,收到了3300件作品,最终,太田幸夫设计的图像——;一个跑着的人;——获胜。后来,图像做了轻微调整,得到认可。The angle of the leg was even changed because it looked like he was sprinting, and they wanted to encourage people to run slowly in an emergency situation.他们想让身处紧急状况的人慢下来,便对图像上腿的角度也做了调整,因为之前两腿的角度像正在冲刺。4.Radiation Symbol4.小心辐射标志The now universally recognized radiation symbol was first invented in 1946 by a team working at University of California at Berkeley#39;s radiation laboratory.现在世界通行的辐射标志,是1946年由奈尔·贾登带领的团队在加州大学伯克利辐射实验室创造的,The team was led by Nels Garden, who was ed as saying, ;A number of people in the group took an interest in suggesting different motifs, and the one arousing the most interest was a design which was supposed to represent activity radiating from an atom.;他曾说;小组成员有很多人对创造不同图案感兴趣,最能激起队友兴趣的图案是展现原子辐射的。;However, the actual reasons the symbol was chosen are unknown.然而,图案入选的真正原因不明。The theory went that if it represented an atom, then the central circle represented a radiation source, and the three blades represented alpha, beta, and gamma radiation, respectively.关于辐射图案的来源,有人认为,如果图案代表原子,那中心的圆代表辐射源,三个叶片分别代表α,β和γ射线。It may also have been inspired by a symbol used at the naval dry dock near Berkeley which warned against spinning propellers, or it may have been adapted from a pre-1947 radiation symbol consisting of a red dot with red lightning bolts radiating outward, similar to electrical hazard symbols.还有人认为,伯克利附近的海军干船坞使用某种图形来警告飞机,辐射图样也许就是受了这种图形的启发。而鉴于1947年前的辐射标志为一个红点和向外辐射的闪电螺栓,类似;电气危害;的标志,现在的辐射标志也可能与此有关。Another fringe possibility is that the symbol may have been influenced by the Japanese battle flag, which would have been familiar on the West Coast.还有一种可能,图样受了日本战旗影响,毕竟美国西海岸对日本战旗不可谓不熟悉。 /201612/485457Wikipedia#39;s co-founder Jimmy Wales is planning a news service that combines the work of professional journalists and volunteers.维基百科的联合创始人吉米·维尔士正在计划打造一个结合职业记者和志愿者的工作的新闻务。His goal is for Wikitribune to offer ;factual and neutral; articles that help combat the problem of ;fake news;.他的目标是让Wikitribune网站提供“真实和中立”的文章,帮助打击“假新闻”的问题。The service is intended to be both ad-free and free-to-, so will rely on supporters making regular donations.该务旨在既免费又免费阅读,因此将依靠持者定期捐款。One expert said it had the potential to become a trusted site, but suggested its influence might be limited.一位专家表示,它有可能成为值得信任的网站,但认为其影响力有限。Wikitribune shares many of the features aly found in Mr Wales#39;s online encyclopaedia, including the need for writers to detail the source of each fact and a reliance on the public to edit articles to keep them accurate.Wikitribune网站分享了维尔士先生在百科中已经发现的许多功能,包括撰写者需要详细说明每个事实的来源,以及依赖公众编辑文章以保持准确性。However, while anybody can make changes to a page, they will only go live if a staff member or trusted community volunteer approves them.不过,虽然任何人都可以修改页面,但只有在工作人员或值得信赖的社区志愿者批准之后才会生效。The other big difference is that the core team of writers will be paid, although there may also be instances in which a volunteer writes the initial draft and then a staff member edits it.另一个很大的区别是,核心作者团队将会得到报酬,尽管有些情况是一些志愿者写初稿,然后由工作人员进行编辑。Mr Wales explained that he believed the advertising-based model used by most of the media had led it to ;chase clicks;, which affected standards.维尔士先生解释称,他认为大多数媒体使用的基于广告的模式已经导致了“追逐点击”,因而影响了新闻标准。;I think we#39;re in a world right now where people are very concerned about making sure we have high quality fact-based information, so I think there will be demand for this,; he told the B. ;We#39;re getting people to sign up as monthly supporters and the more monthly supporters we have the more journalists we can hire.;他向B透露:“我认为在我们现在所处的世界中,人们非常关心并要求拥有高质量的、基于事实的信息,所以我认为这将成为需求。我们正在让人们以每月的持者的身份注册,每月持者越多,我们可以雇用的记者就更多。” /201705/507490

They say the early bird catches the worm,都说早起的鸟儿有虫吃。 and research suggests there might be some truth to the old adage.调查发现,这句老话还真不是胡侃的。Waking up with (or before) the sun allows executives like Apple CEO Tim Cook and ;Shark Tank; investor Kevin O#39;Leary to get a head start on the day, knocking out tasks before the rest of the world has rolled out of bed.迎着日出(或日出前)起床,使得苹果公司CEO蒂姆.库克、创智赢家投资人凯文.奥利里等高管们在新的一天抢先一步,在别人还在床上打滚时就开始打怪得分了。Those ;extra; hours with less distractions and fresh energy also give them a chance to do some creative thinking, fit in a workout, and spend time with family. 这些多出来的时间受干扰较少,带着新生的活力,高管们可以打破常规创新思考,健健身,陪陪家人。And it should be noted that waking up early doesn#39;t necessarily mean losing sleep — some of the smartest leaders understand that being effective means getting a full night#39;s sleep.有一点要说的是,早起并不是剥夺睡眠——最聪明的领导都知道,只有整晚充足的睡眠才能带来效率的提升。Here are 7 early risers who may convince you never to hit snooze again.下面七个早起的人应该会说你别再睡懒觉了。Apple CEO Tim Cook wakes up at 3:45 am and gets a head start on email.苹果CEO蒂姆.库克凌晨3点45分起床处理邮件。The tech titan is known for getting up early.这位科技巨头因早起而闻名。According to a Time profile, ;He wakes up at 3:45 every morning (#39;Yes, every morning#39;), does email for an hour, stealing a march on those lazy East Coasters three time zones ahead of him,根据《时代》周刊的一篇人物介绍,他每天凌晨3:45起床(是的,每天),处理一小时邮件,把比他早三个时区的东海岸的懒人都甩在后面。 then goes to the gym, then Starbucks (for more e-mail), then work. 接着去健身房,然后去星巴克,在那里继续处理邮件,最后去上班。#39;The thing about it is, when you love what you do, you don#39;t really think of it as work. ‘说白了,当你热爱你做的事情时,你不会认为那是工作。It#39;s what you do. 你会觉得这就是你该做的。And that#39;s the good fortune of where I find myself.#39;;幸运的是我的情况就是如此。FLOTUS Michelle Obama is working out by 4:30 am美国第一夫人米歇尔.奥巴马在凌晨四点半起床锻炼While the president is known for getting very little sleep, he#39;s got nothing on the first lady, 谁都知道奥巴马总统睡觉时间很少,但跟这位第一夫人比,总统也会败下阵来。who tells Oprah she starts her days with a 4:30 am workout before her kids wake up.米歇尔告诉奥普拉(美国电视节目主持人)她会赶在孩子们醒来之前,四点半就起床锻炼。;If I don#39;t exercise, I won#39;t feel good. 她说:如果我不锻炼的话就会感觉很差,会情绪低落。I#39;ll get depressed,; she says, noting that it#39;s easier to pull that off at the White House, where she has ;much more support; than the average person.不过她表示在白宫更容易坚持锻炼,因为在白宫她能比普通人得到更多的持。NextDesk director Dan Lee starts his day at 3:30 amNextDesk公司总裁丹.李凌晨三点半起床The standing desk company leader tells Tech Insider he wakes up at 3:30 am. 生产立式办公桌的NextDesk公司总裁告诉技术内幕网站说,他每天凌晨三点半起床。;It#39;s not for everyone,; he says.他表示:并非人人都适合起这么早。The first thing Lee does when he wakes up is drink two liters of water followed by two cups of coffee and a smoothie. 李醒来后做的第一件事就是喝两公升水,然后再喝两杯咖啡和一杯奶昔。Then he spends 30 minutes with his dog followed by an hour of ing time.然后他花30分钟时间和自己的一起玩,之后就是一小时的阅读时间。By 5:15 am, Lee is at the gym, where he works out until 6:15 am. 早上5点15分李会到健身房锻炼,一直锻炼到6点15分。He spends the next hour showering, shaving, and traveling to his office, 接下来的一个小时他会冲个澡,刮胡须,然后开车到办公室。and by 7:15 am, he#39;s y to start the workday.7点15分时他已准备好开始一天的工作。Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey wakes up before dawn for a 6-mile run.推特和移动付公司Square的首席执行官杰克.多西黎明前起床去跑步6英里。According to New York Magazine, the Twitter cofounder wakes up at 5:30 am to meditate and go for a six-mile jog.据《纽约杂志》报道,这位推特联合创始人早晨五点半起床冥想,再慢跑六公里。Disney CEO Bob Iger wakes up early to think without interruption迪士尼首席执行官罗伯特.艾格早早起床以便能不受干扰地思考问题Iger told Fortune he gets up at 4:30 every morning.艾格告诉《财富》杂志他每天早上四点半起床。;It#39;s a time of day when I can be very productive without too much interruption. 这个时候没有太多干扰,我可以做很多事情。I ride a bike and use aerobic equipment twice a week, and work out with a trainer, lifting weights. 我一周骑两次自行车,用健身器材做两次有氧运动,跟着教练练习举重。It#39;s a good time to think. 同时这时候也很适合思考问题。I believe that exercise relieves stress and contributes to an improvement in stamina, which in a job like this you absolutely need.;我相信运动会缓解压力,让精力更加充沛,对于做我这种工作的人来说是非常必要的。In another article for Fortune, Harvard Business School professor and former Medtronic CEO Bill George observes that mindful practices such as Iger#39;s help leaders be more creative and open to new ideas.在《财富》杂志的另一篇文章中,美敦力公司前任首席执行官、哈佛商学院教授比尔.乔治提到,像艾格这样有意地锻炼能够帮助领导者更具创造力,更易接受新观点新思路。Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is at the office by 6 am星巴克首席执行官霍华德.舒尔茨上午六点前到达办公室Schultz starts his day with a workout, which is usually a bike ride with his wife, but still gets to the office by 6 am, according to Portfolio.com.Portfolio网站说,舒尔茨新的一天是以锻炼开始的,通常是和妻子一起骑自行车,但他仍会在上午六点前出现在办公室。#39;Project Runway#39; cohost and fashion consultant Tim Gunn begins his day at 5:30 am with an espresso.天桥骄子搭档主持、时尚顾问蒂姆.冈恩的一天从早上五点半的一杯浓咖啡开始The fashion icon starts his days at 5:30 am with an espresso, which he sips while ing the newspaper, he tells the New York Post.这位时尚偶像告诉《纽约邮报》,每天早上五点半,他会一边看报纸一边喝浓咖啡,开启他新的一天。He#39;s a big fan of those early morning hours. 他无比热爱清晨的时光。;I love getting up before the sun#39;s up,; he explains, 我喜欢在日出前起床,他解释道。telling The Times that he starts even his Sundays with ;50 sit-ups, in bed.;他告诉《泰晤士报》他甚至会在周日一大早在床上做50个仰卧起坐。 /201612/483168

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