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  • 1. Don't let others talk over you. Raise your voice and be heard!


    You know who ignores a tiger? You know who interrupts a tiger during a work meeting? No one, that's who! If you were a tiger, your roar would be heard nearly two miles away.


    2. Don't be afraid to show off your stripes — the things that make you unique!

    2. 不要害怕炫耀自己的条纹——这才是你独特的地方!

    Every tiger's stripes are unique — no two are alike! You shouldn't feel the need to hide your stripes either. Customize your workspace with pictures of your family or favorite hobby. Find cool wallpapers or desktop1 apps like Rainmeter to make your desktop your own.


    3. If you've got a problem, jump right in and start swimming.

    3. 如果你遇到问题了,跳进去,立马开始。

    What does this mean for you? If you're got a job or assignment, don't procrastinate2. If it feels too large, find a small part of it you can do now and try working on it for just 10 or 20 minutes. If you can keep doing that, no problem is too big (or too wet) for you.


    4. Don't let others take advantage of you. Own your space.

    4. 不要让别人利用你,你要有自己的空间。

    Someone asking to borrow your stapler3 or eyeing your lunch again? Tigers can claim more than 200 square miles as territory. What's yours is yours. Don't be afraid to let people know it or be afraid to say no (politely, of course). If you do loan something out, set clear expectations of when you want it back.


    5. Be social! But respect the space and time you need to chill4 out.

    5. 要去社交!但注意,在需要冷静时要留有自己的空间和时间。

    Tigers have their own territories and tend to live on their own but do often roam5 larger areas as well, which means they can keep track of what their neighbors are doing.


    "Solitary6 tigers actually have a rich social life; they just prefer to socialize from a distance," says the National Zoo's website.


    You can balance your private and social life as well. Set time limits for social media. You'll be more productive7, and it'll mean that when you do meet up with your friends, you can leave work at work and focus on them.


    6. If you don't succeed at first, don't give up. Keep trying until you get it right.

    6. 如果你开始不成功,别放弃。一直努力到成功为止。

    Even though tigers are powerful hunters, only about 1 in every 10 hunts is successful. That's OK, though, because does the tiger give up? No! So don't get discouraged. Take a break, relax, analyze8 what went wrong, and try again.


    And when a tiger succeeds, they know how to make the most of a good thing, chowing down on up to 90 pounds of food in one sitting. You should savor9 your victories as well, after all, you've earned them!


    7. Finally: Take your sleep seriously.

    7. 最后:把睡觉当回事。

    If you've been working like a tiger, you've also got to take care of yourself like one. After all, tigers can sleep over 16 hours a day.


    Make sure you're getting a healthy amount of sleep each night, set specific bedtimes, don't drink caffeine in the evening, and — if you're feeling really wild — remove all screens from your bedroom. Your sleep is precious, and you need every minute of it.


     6级    英语美文 
     单词标签: desktop  procrastinate  stapler  chill  roam  solitary  productive  analyze  savor 


    1 desktop [ˈdesktɒp] sucznX   第9级
    • My computer is a desktop computer of excellent quality. 我的计算机是品质卓越的台式计算机。
    • Do you know which one is better, a laptop or a desktop? 你知道哪一种更好,笔记本还是台式机?
    2 procrastinate [prəʊˈkræstɪneɪt] 1ieyC   第10级
    vt. 耽搁,延迟 vi. 耽搁,延迟
    • Most often we procrastinate when faced with something we do not want to do. 面对不想做的事情,我们经常拖延。
    • It's easy to procrastinate when the deadline seems infinitely far away. 当最终期限总是遥遥无期时是很容易延期的。
    3 stapler [ˈsteɪplə(r)] LGeze   第8级
    • The stapler belongs to her. 这订书机是她的。
    • Can you hand me that stapler? 请你把订书机拿给我,好吗?
    4 chill [tʃɪl] SVuyx   第6级
    • With the chill factor, it's nearly minus forty here. 加上风寒指数,气温接近零下40度。
    • The bad news cast a chill over the whole family. 这坏消息使全家人感到沮丧。
    5 roam [rəʊm] kXdxa   第6级
    • He used to roam the streets for hours on end. 他过去常逛大街,一逛就是几个小时。
    • I like to roam about over the countryside. 我喜欢在乡间走一走。
    6 solitary [ˈsɒlətri] 7FUyx   第7级
    • I am rather fond of a solitary stroll in the country. 我颇喜欢在乡间独自徜徉。
    • The castle rises in solitary splendour on the fringe of the desert. 这座城堡巍然耸立在沙漠的边际,显得十分壮美。
    7 productive [prəˈdʌktɪv] nQxxT   第6级
    • We had a productive meeting that solved some problems. 我们开了一个富有成效的会议,解决了一些问题。
    • Science and technology are part of the productive forces. 科学技术是生产力。
    8 analyze ['ænəlaɪz] RwUzm   第7级
    vt.分析,解析 (=analyse)
    • We should analyze the cause and effect of this event. 我们应该分析这场事变的因果。
    • The teacher tried to analyze the cause of our failure. 老师设法分析我们失败的原因。
    9 savor ['seɪvə] bCizT   第9级
    • The soup has a savor of onion. 这汤有洋葱味。
    • His humorous remarks added a savor to our conversation. 他幽默的话语给谈话增添了风趣。

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