Ray Dalio 《原则》译文 (0)

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.

以下叁有个别剧情能够分别阅读也得以看作3个完好阅读。
第1片段介绍大众有着原则的重中之重;
其次局部介绍自个儿在生活中平时利用的骨干尺度;
其3某个自小编在管理桥水资本的时候利用的规格。

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.

自家的管理标准化是本身生活标准在生活中的利用,阅读第二有的有助于了然第3有的,当然你能够直接阅读第2片段领悟桥水资本的是怎么着运维的。

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.

大概有一天小编会写第伍部分,关于本人投资的口径。假如您想博得最大的报恩,笔者提议您读书第三、第三局地和第2局地的始发。那一个剧情会提须要您贰个全景图。那仅仅是一个5伍页的小册子。

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.

一句话来讲,作者想你应当深刻思索去调整:
1.如何是您想要的
贰.怎样是精神
3.什么样本领博得你想要的结果
自个儿感到你应有做一回清醒周详的理念,如此你就足以博得你想要的。

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.

笔者写了这本书援助你做地点所述的职业。作者独自会问五个难题:
壹.您的合计要丰硕开放
2您要丰盛诚实的应对一些有关什么是你所想要的,什么是实质,以及哪些收获结果。
假设您可知根据那些去做,小编深信不疑你能够从本书中汲取广大滋养,因为您早就意识了阻止你成为想象中协调的最大障碍。

此处作者曾经引出分外重大的多少个条件:实事求是,主动选拔工作不要被动等待,尊敬种种套路,保持饥饿和愚蠢。假使不能够达成上边这几点,他们将会形成大家前行路上的不得了阻碍。

Introduction ……
Part 1: The Importance of Principles …… 原则的要害
Part 二: My Most Fundamental Life Principles …… 笔者为主的活着标准
Part 三: My Management Principles …… 笔者的管理规范
© 2011 Ray Dalio

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.

标准不一致与对新鲜难点的惊恐区回答,它们是足以在近似的环境中被反复使用的理念。各类游戏都有它们的平整,聪明的游戏的使用者总会使用规则接济她们得逞。这些道理在生活中一样适用。
规则是通向成功的征途,它们与自然规律和生存的条条框框和谐统壹。对标准知道的越来越多,知道的越浓厚,就越能够在现实世界中赶快的活着。

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.

不等的规格适用于生活的不等方面。比如:滑雪的尺度适用于滑雪;培养孩子的尺度适用于培育孩子;管理的标准适用于管理;投资的基准适用于投资…等等。有1个两样正是,生活的准绳适用于具有地点。当然,不一致的人能够计算出对于他们的话最合适的规范。

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.

无论桥水资本有多成功,笔者都极度有信心,笔者早已依据这几个规范去运行桥水并收获了名堂。制造美好的商号文化,找到适当的红颜,管理他们去做最有前景的事,以及由创设性的缓解难点和组装3个种类,那个都以兼具组织都会面临的挑衅。

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.

何以处理这么些挑衅使得原则有了音量之分。
以下所属的规则解说了我们独一无2的劳作格局,正是因为那几个缘故大家也得到了卓绝的形成。桥水资本的功成名就归功于极具天赋的职员和工人依照咱们的尺度办事。假如有资质的你也能够服从一样的标准化,同样也能够续写一样的功成名就。就好像健身同样,实际上唯有依照一定的口径去做就必将能够得到我们想要的身材。

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.

那边所写只是自己对于那些规则的敞亮:我在世中的基本原则,作者获取自个儿想要东西的点子,笔者保管的骨干尺度。综合来讲,这个原则的目标是绘制1幅系统的追求真理的图谱,很好的与那个追求的进度相伴。笔者将那一个规范编写制定成册,给这几个对桥水资本有所支持的人和本身所在乎的人。

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.

通晓方今自家才伊始出手写下那几个原则,因为自个儿觉着指导别人如何是最棒的不2秘技未免显得过分自大。然而经过一段时间的观看比赛,作者所在乎的人连连在1些职业中挣扎,因而小编初叶想将那么些原则写下来。当然笔者是发现他们在工作的时候时不时与三个大概三个标准相龃龉。作者起首记录这么些标题,并且总计那一个难题的发出是与哪些标准相冲突。当自个儿开头起首写的时候,小编不亮堂一同有微微个尺码可写,可是透过这些计算的进度,笔者发觉有200个规格就可以覆盖全部的标题。笔者十分确信在乘胜小编越来越的成人作者会计算出更加多的准绳。

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.

当自家说它们是标准的时候,笔者并不指望它们投射出强加的意味。作者单独是想发挥它们是自笔者个人想法的总计。笔者深信不疑那多少个跟作者一块共事和亲信笔者的人会认真的相比较它们。笔者罗列出这个原则并且解释它们内在的逻辑,那样大家可以一齐探寻它们的得失。同时,笔者自个儿对那个规则相当有自信,因为它们是通过许多聪明而严俊的英才严俊验证的。我深信不疑使用这一个原则的前程是足以期待的。通过罗列那个规则和对他们进行压力测试,那些规范的不错将会进一步提升。

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.

只是本身更确信唯有这么些标准从大家的切实可行蒙受中被总计出来,它们才会更富有价值,而不是从别人那边全盘接受。由此笔者将它们罗列在此间不是让大家盲从,而是在大家相遇现实难题时看看它们是或不是真正可行。

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?”

自家最愿意的是豪门面对那么些原则的时候能够长远的思虑和不止尝试利用它们去发现怎么可以起到最佳的作用。通过不停的采用他们,这几个条件就会从“Ray的规范”成为“你的条件”。小编将退出你们的视界,就像上学化学和网球时教练的震慑会日益脱离,最后我们会将集中力集中在大家正在做的事,那时候技能要领才真正融入在大家的大脑里。由此,每当大家消化每三个尺码时,请问本人一个问题:大家是或不是确实知道了这几个标准。

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.

在自个儿谈谈本身的管住原则的时候,这个条件和自笔者的活着基本发生了很强的链接。因为本人的军管规则正是作者在世标准的拉开。
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.

在第二部分,作者解释了尺度是哪些,作者干什么感到她们丰富重大。并且提炼了我们能够活出自作者的精粹所在。

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.

第二有个别:作者阐释了小编最基本的生活标准。笔者叙述了何等是与现实生活交互的最佳法子,如何手艺更有效的好像你生活的对象。我还商讨了大家生存中时常遭受的圈套,就是那几个骗局妨碍了小编们收获大家想要的结果,以及我们怎么样越来越高效的幸免踏入这几个骗局。作者的阐发卓殊详尽你不单能够了然到他俩是什么样,也能够驾驭到他们为何被这么讲述,即使你也有非常的大大概完全没有须要明白笔者如此描述的缘由。

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.

其三有的是关于本人的管制条件。小编早就运维桥水资本超越35年,那么些原则阐释了桥水资本迄今截止的方法论。这么些标准的描述始于宏观的思想性的范围,作者特意表达了二个商城的末梢结出决定于他们的职工和文化。然后作者会深切的讲明怎么样标准适用于创设公司优质的知识,雇佣合适的职工,管理他们让他俩向顶级迈进,系统的消除难点以及更加好的做出仲裁。

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.

自身还有繁多适用于别的地点的尺度。举例来讲,作者期望有朝5日为我们计算出有关入股的标准。无论怎么着,管理原则如今是我们最亟需的。因而,本书所写是这几个经过自家深图远虑的和对本人有效的规则。
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Part 一: The Importance of Principles原则的重大

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.

本人相信大家能够过大家想要生活的本色便是有不利的尺度。笔者也信任精晓相互的前提条件是大家相互熟习对方的基准。那就是自笔者相信大家有须求研讨那一个话题。

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?

我们将从如下发问初步:
什么是标准化?
干什么原则如此主要?
规格从哪个地方来?
在你的生活中有未有制定规则?都以何许的准绳?
它们在你的生存中起到什么样的功力,为何?

ca88手机老虎机登录,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.

确切的作答那个标题,不要操心外人怎么想。如实回答会让你尤其本人的和你的标准相处,并且能够自我决断是还是不是是种如一的安这个规范办公室事。假如你们有饱经风霜的规则,你也不要驰念。纵然我们能够维持开放心态,大家将一并学习。

  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.

一)什么是原则?
您的守旧是你所以为的显要的事物。原则正是让您可见在生活中的展现和您的观念同样的事物。原则链接那你的价值观和行进,他们是带领你行动的灯塔。能够援助您成功的处理具体的平整。当大家面对选用的时候,我们平时会用到条件。

  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.

二)为啥原则如此重大
享有的成功者都依标准办事。要是未有标准大家将用应激的点子面对世界,而不是悟性思量的结果。当我们在并未有原则的引导下工作,那对于个人和部落都以不幸。因为我们那将招致人们互相之间不可能理解到思想,行为自然也不能够很好的统一。

  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.

三)原则从哪里来?
大家能够协调观念大家协调的尺码,有些时候我们也足以学学外人的标准化如故历史人物的规格。可是未经加工的拿来主义是低效的,假设大家不假思量的照搬旁人的尺度,而那个规则与我们的观念自身有诸多争论。那就好像3个言行不1的两面派。你的准绳供给反应你协调的历史观。

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