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原帖由 lindawen1 于 2009-4-27 07:11 发表
感谢Barbapapa 链接,让我及时看到这篇文章,让我有几点可以及时澄清,有些地方谢劲波有夸大之嫌


Linda,劲波本质上是个搞媒体的,略有夸大属于正常范围,呵呵。

你这篇写得真好,这种形式也挺好。有空多来随便写几句,也许会给很多人很大帮助:)
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发表于 2009-4-27 18:24:43 |显示全部楼层
劲波文字上似乎是在hard facts上面有点夸大。但是在看完Linda自己写的东西之后,我觉着在 内在的精神上,劲波没有夸大。

Linda确实很厉害!不知道每天早上醒来时她想到的是什么?

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原帖由 andybasic 于 2009-4-27 11:37 发表


Linda,劲波本质上是个搞媒体的,略有夸大属于正常范围,呵呵。

你这篇写得真好,这种形式也挺好。有空多来随便写几句,也许会给很多人很大帮助:)  ...


是的,

有空我要再到MBA talk 看看

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发表于 2009-4-27 22:55:11 |显示全部楼层
Linda:

u r so COOL!

Lin
豁达的人不纠缠过去,明智地人不抱怨现在,成熟的人不担心未来

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发表于 2009-4-28 09:13:43 |显示全部楼层
劲波夸大我倒是会有点心理准备的,整个BBY都是这个风气嘛,也不知道哪个是因哪个是果

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发表于 2009-4-28 09:43:31 |显示全部楼层
其实,夸大也可以是一种真实,因为是说自己的感受,不过说的时候应该告诉大家一声。

上周和以前几个朋友聚会,我讲北京的建筑怎么有意思,他们开始觉得好像没那么严重吧,后来想想说,的确是有那么点味道。

人们身上,生活中,的确有很多美好,但和很多其它东西夹杂在一起,你很认真的说,哎呀,你看你看,多棒啊。别人仔细看看,会发现也确实是。

但你这状态似乎就有夸张之嫌了。

挺好的。
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ji

今天已经全部上完课,还有一个paper.

Babson College真的是非常特别的学校。 今年毕业典礼May 16 的guest speaker 不是商业领袖........而是一个盲人, 登过世界七大洲的每一个最高峰, 喜马拉雅只是其中一个。 我很期待。


Jinbo, 可以组织bbyer 读eric 写的书: touch the top of the world and other books. they must be better than any sample essay

以下供参考

Erik Weihenmayer – Undergraduate and MBA Speaker, MBA Honorary Degree

On May 25, 2001, Mr. Weihenmayer became the only blind man in history to reach the summit of the world's highest peak – Mount Everest.  On August 20, 2008, when he stood on top of Carstensz Pyramid, the highest mountain in Indonesia, Mr. Weihenmayer completed his quest to climb the Seven Summits- the highest mountains on each of the seven continents.  He is joined by fewer than 100 mountaineers who have accomplished this feat.  

In September 2003, Mr. Weihenmayer joined 320 stellar athletes from 17 countries to compete in the Primal Quest, the richest and toughest multi-sport adventure race in the world: 457 miles through the Sierra Nevadas, nine days, sixty thousand feet of elevation gain, and no time-outs.  

After Mr. Weihenmayer’s Mt. Everest ascent, Braille Without Borders, a school for the blind in Tibet, invited him to teach its students mountaineering and rock climbing.  His many climbs gave the teenagers the courage to excel in a culture which affords few opportunities for the blind.  Mr. Weihenmayer and six Everest team members went to Tibet in May 2004 to train the students, then in October led them on a climb to the Rombuk Glacier on the north side of Mt. Everest.  Once seen as pariahs, the teenagers ultimately stood together at 21,500-feet, higher than any team of blind people in history.  

In addition to being a world-class athlete, Mr. Weihenmayer is also the author of the book, Touch the Top of the World, published in ten countries and six languages.  According to Publisher's Weekly, Mr. Weihenmayer’s memoir is "moving and adventure packed, he tells his extraordinary story with humor, honesty and vivid detail, and his fortitude and enthusiasm are deeply inspiring."  The book was made into a feature film.

Mr. Weihenmayer’s second book, The Adversity Advantage: Turning Everyday Struggles Into Everyday Greatness, co-authored with business guru and bestselling author, Dr. Paul Stoltz, was released by Simon and Schuster in January 2007. Through Paul's science and Erik's experience, the book shares seven "summits" for harnessing the power of adversity and turning it into the never-ending fuel to growth and innovation.  Steven Covey, author of the best selling business book of all time, wrote the Foreword.

Mr. Weihenmayer’s award winning film, Farther Than the Eye Can See, brought home first prize at 19 film festivals and was nominated for two Emmys.  The film beautifully captures the emotion, humor and drama of Mr. Weihenmayer’s historic ascent as well as his team's three other remarkable 'firsts':  the first American father/son team to summit, the oldest man to summit, and the most people from one team to reach the top of Everest in a single day.  

In 1999, Mr. Weihenmayer joined Mark Wellman - the first paraplegic to climb the 3000-foot face of El Capitan, and Hugh Herr - a double-leg-amputee and scientist at Harvard's prestigious prosthetics Laboratory, to climb an 800-foot rock tower in Moab, Utah.  As a result of their successful climb together, the three formed No Barriers, a non-profit organization with a goal of promoting innovative ideas, approaches, and assistive technologies which help people with disabilities push through their own personal barriers to live full and active lives.  

Clearly, Mr. Weihenmayer’s accomplishments show that one does not have to have perfect eyesight to have extraordinary vision.

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