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成功不是顺序

Success is not a sequence | IN 60 SECONDS

成功不是顺序 由BRENT ORRELL讲述
20多年前
More than 20 years ago,
布鲁斯金学会的罗恩·哈斯金斯和伊莎贝尔·索希尔
Ron Haskins and Isabel Sawhill at the Brookings Institution
对社会科学数据进行了仔细研究
sifted the social science data
发现高中毕业 有全职工作 婚后生育的人
and found that anyone who finishes high school, works full-time, and marries before having children
几乎从未经历过贫困
almost never experiences poverty.
他们将其称为“成功顺序”
They called this the”success sequence”.
这个顺序所遗漏的是
What the sequence misses
其中的每一步都非常复杂
is that each of these steps is enormously complex.
在孩子参加高中毕业典礼之前
It takes a lot of parental attention,energy,and love
需要父母大量的关注 精力和爱
before a child crosses the stage at a high school graduation.
社交网络对于找工作至关重要
Social networks are critical to finding a full-time job.
婚姻可以说是最复杂的挑战
Having marriage just arguably the most complex challenge of all.
从这个角度看
Looked at this way,
与其说这是一个顺序
it’s not so much a sequence
不如说是一个人
as a decades-long dialogue between the individual,
与家人 朋友和群体之间长达数十年的对话
their family and friends, and thecommunity.
教育 工作和婚姻
Education, work, and marriage
是成功生活的标志
are the marks of a successful life as it unfolds.
非常感谢哈斯金斯和索希尔
We owe Haskins and Sawhill a profound thanks for
为我们带来成功的顺序
bringing us the success sequence.
现在的任务是
The job now is
制定加强家庭和社区的战略
developing the strategies forstrengthening families and communities
使更多的人找到道路并坚持走下去
so that more people find the path and stay on it.
您认为成功最重要的因素是什么
What do you think are the most important factors in success,
我们怎样共同努力
and how can we work together to
使美国的承诺成为更多人民的现实?
make the promise of America a reality for more people?
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Let us know in your comments.
也请让我们知道
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你希望我们的学者在60秒内讨论的其他话题
what other topics you’d like our scholars to cover in 60 seconds,
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