TED演講 如何激勵你的孩子
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Jennifer Nacif: The Secret to Motivating Your Child

Jennifer Nacif講解了如何在與孩子們溝通時,將控制轉換為激勵。她在演講中扮演了四個性格各不相同的孩子,展示了不同性格需求父母不同的反應。在生活中,不僅孩子們與性格需求相關,所遇到的人都有性格需求。還介紹了簡單可行的方式以激勵我們周圍的人們。

英文講稿:
I'm so excited!
 
Well, I'm excited not only to be in TEDxSanDiego, but to touch on my favorite subject: the secret to motivating your children. I mean we try to motivate, we do our best, but generally what do we do? We use fear: "Ah, if you don't do this, mmm, big punishment." Or we bribe1 them: "OK, if you do this, you'll get this prize, or this payment2."
 
And, well it works3, on the short term. But there are ramifications4, consequences that we're not aware of in the long run, when we educate in this manner.
 
So, today I want to ask you a question: How many of you would love to have a better relationship with your children? Raise your hands. Everyone, of course!
 
Now, a harder question: How many of you believe you know, exactly, how to motivate your children? Don't worry, don't feel bad, I don't see any hands. Don't take it personally.
 
My studies – I've been studying this for more than 20 years – are that less than 2% of parents have the exact answer to this question. The good news is: all of you, by the end of this talk, are going to know, exactly, in one word, how to motivate your children.
 
So, let me start by telling you a real story. I live in Mexico City and we were at a party, it was a girl's 10th birthday; my friend has four daughters and they were behaving, not [badly], no, [terribly]! It came to a point that my friend was very tired and went to the four girls: "The four of you come here, either you behave well or we're going to leave." Oh, and let me mention, in Mexico the best part of a party is the pinata, the famous pinata (a figure filled with goodies). No kid wants to leave before the pinata.
 
So the first daughter stares at her mom and says: "Mom, you're right. I've been telling my sisters to behave, but they don't pay attention, what can I do?" So the mom goes: "Good job, I'm doing well."
 
The second daughter looks at the mom… (She sobs) "I'm so sorry mom, I hate disappointing you, but see, if I don't do what my sisters say then they think I'm a goody goody, and I always follow you, and then they don't like me."
 
But I didn't want you to not like me either. (Sobs) Total depression. She goes to a corner, depressed5. She needs therapy6, probably, after that.
 
The third daughter stares at her mom: "My mom, beautiful, wonderful ‘preciosa mamita'. You keep enjoying what you're doing, of course I'm going to behave. I'm having a wonderful time." She waits five minutes and guess what she does? She goes back to doing what she was doing.
 
And then, the last daughter stares at her mom and she says: "Oh really? Then we leave right now!"
 
What happened? Same household, same education, [they were raised in the same place]. Why did they react so differently? You might all say, "Obvious, they're different." So if it is so obvious, why do we so often give one instruction to different people expecting the same outcome7? That's what we're going to talk about today.
 
So, what I did is that, all the way from Mexico city, I brought the four girls. And they are going to tell you a bit about themselves, and the most important part: what motivates each one of them in several words and in one word. So let me introduce you to the first daughter. Oh, these are mine by the way. Let me introduce you to the first daughter. Her name is Donna because she's so dominant8.
 
Hi, I'm a controlling child, yes I am. I know it and I don't care. I like things done, not fast, super fast. I'm very independent, I like things fast, direct, I have a lot of willpower. I mean, since I was a baby, you know, if I was going maybe 4 hours drive, I didn't like the car seat, so I would cry. And I wouldn't stop crying, 'til the 4 hours were over. I mean, I get what I want. I don't ask for it, I demand it. I mean, that's how life should be, no? Let's get what we want, let's insist on it. I'm adventurous9, I'm powerful. So, what do you think motivates me? OK, challenges? I love being right. I know they say that it's more important to be happy. I don't know who says that. I mean come on! Being right is super more important than being happy. Winning and control, very important. But if you can only remember one word, remember this: I need power. I like to feel powerful. So the next time you're communicating with me, if you take away my power, you bring out the worst in me. So If I'm at a party and my mom says, ‘if you behave badly, I'm going to take you away. Oh really? We'll see, we'll see who wins."
 
So, the question here is: what should the mother have said? Well, the answer, before creating things, is ask yourselves: what motivates my D daughter? Power. So, why don't I tell Donna: "Hey Donna, I need to ask for a favour. See, your sisters follow you. I wish they would follow me more, and I need your help. I know I'm asking a lot because you're just 10 years old. And what I'm asking you to do, well, generally, we ask adults. So I hope you can do this. Can you help me set an example for your sisters? Can you do that?" What? D is going to resist that? I mean that's gold to my ears. So we get the first good outcome.
 
And now I want to introduce you to Sally. Before introducing you to Sally, this is my D daughter. So this is how I've become an expert on the subject.
 
Hello, I am Sally the social girl. I'm a happy kid, I love fun, I love doing happy things, and connecting with people, talking to people, knowing people. Is there anything else in life than knowing a lot of friends, and having a lot of friends? So to me, helping10 others and having a great old time is wonderful. At the party you must ask yourselves what motivates us? OK, so as social people, we need to connect with people, to make friends, to help] others. Our keywords are: connection and fun. My mother could have just come and said, how about if she would have said: ‘Hey look at all those trees, don't they make amazing hiding places? Why don't you organize a great hide and seek game?' You think I'm going to resist that? You think I'm going to want to go back to do what I was doing, when I can do a hide and seek game? See how it flows, how naturally it comes, when we are motivated to do what we were born to do? So that's our social girl. And let me introduce you to Vivi, my social sister. She has given me the experience to deal with social people. If you're hearing a laugh, it's my mom.
 
Third, I want to introduce you to Patty.
 
Good afternoon. My name is Patty. I love helping, stability11, my family. I love being close to my family. I miss them when I'm away. I don't like pressure, I hate confrontation12. I really stress out with that. I like for people to get along, to love each other, to share, to care. What motivates me the most? Harmony, safety, kindness, acceptance13, helping others. A key word for me: safety. If I feel safe, I'll go to the end of the world, But If I feel threatened, well, I don't do much at all. I can freeze even. So, what should have my mom said to me? She could've approached me and in a very loving and caring way said: ‘Patty, I know you want to please your sisters, I understand. And I know you feel bad because you want to please me, but remember, life is not about pleasing others. I know deep down in your heart you know what's right. Trust your heart, not people outside of you, but yourself. No matter what happens, I'm always here and I love you.' (She takes a deep breath) That felt so good. So let's remember, if you have kids like me, always through patience, love, and understanding. No pressure please. We don't do well. Thank you."
 
And, this is my beautiful Valentina. She's my Patty daughter who has taught me about the kindness and wonderful human heart of that style of personality. Last but not least:
 
Hi, My name is Anna. I am a very responsible child ever since I was born, I do what I am suppose to; I follow rules, that's why they exist, I wish everyone would. I'm very ordered, I organize my things wonderfully well. So, I'm a very good child. I have good grades. Hey, so, you could almost say we're the perfect children. The problem is we need to lighten14 up sometimes because we take so much responsibility and so much so seriously, that we always have stomach problems. When we grow up, if you know people like me, we have gastroenteritis and a lot of other stomach things. We are just way too apprehensive15. So what motivates us: order, structure, mental challenges. Key word: clarity16. Step by step, specific instructions and you will get the best of us.
 
And from the daughters, Anna was the one who reacted in the best way because she said, I know mom." So we could give her instructions on how she could help her sisters do better things.
 
So, in conclusion... Oh, and let me introduce you to Vane, my analytical17 sister who, when I grew up, helped me understand the importance of cleanliness, that's next to heavenliness right?
 
So, just to conclude, I hope that you remember, when you talk to your children, what motivates them. Is it power? Is it connection and fun? Is it safety? Is it clarity? Be it what it may be, I invite you to create a chain reaction for all parents to change manipulation18 to motivation. Thank you.


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1 bribe GW8zK     
n.賄賂;v.向…行賄,買通
參考例句:
  • He tried to bribe the policeman not to arrest him.他企圖賄賂警察不逮捕他。
  • He resolutely refused their bribe.他堅決不接受他們的賄賂。
2 payment qL4xJ     
n.付款,支付,償還,償還,報應
參考例句:
  • I gave ten pounds in payment for the goods I bought.我買那些東西付了10英鎊。
  • This last payment will wipe out your debt to me.這最后一筆付款將了結你欠我的債務。
3 works ieuzIh     
n.作品,著作;工廠,活動部件,機件
參考例句:
  • We expect writers to produce more and better works.我們期望作家們寫出更多更好的作品。
  • The novel is regarded as one of the classic works.這篇小說被公認為是最優秀的作品之一。
4 ramifications 45f4d7d5a0d59c5d453474d22bf296ae     
n.結果,后果( ramification的名詞復數 )
參考例句:
  • These changes are bound to have widespread social ramifications. 這些變化注定會造成許多難以預料的社會后果。
  • What are the ramifications of our decision to join the union? 我們決定加入工會會引起哪些后果呢? 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
5 depressed xu8zp9     
adj.沮喪的,抑郁的,不景氣的,蕭條的
參考例句:
  • When he was depressed,he felt utterly divorced from reality.他心情沮喪時就感到完全脫離了現實。
  • His mother was depressed by the sad news.這個壞消息使他的母親意志消沉。
6 therapy 7IizM     
n.治療;療法
參考例句:
  • The doctor said she should be given a physical therapy.醫生說她應該進行理療。
  • She will need to have the therapy repeated every few months.她將需要每隔幾個月就進行一次治療。
7 outcome 60ryR     
n.結果,出口,演變
參考例句:
  • The outcome of the experiment is in the lap of the gods.實驗結果尚難預料。
  • The outcome of the war is hard to foretell.戰爭勝負難以預卜。
8 dominant usAxG     
adj.支配的,統治的;占優勢的;顯性的;n.主因,要素,主要的人(或物);顯性基因
參考例句:
  • The British were formerly dominant in India.英國人從前統治印度。
  • She was a dominant figure in the French film industry.她在法國電影界是個舉足輕重的人物。
9 adventurous LKryn     
adj.愛冒險的;驚心動魄的,驚險的,刺激的 
參考例句:
  • I was filled with envy at their adventurous lifestyle.我很羨慕他們敢于冒險的生活方式。
  • He was predestined to lead an adventurous life.他注定要過冒險的生活。
10 helping 2rGzDc     
n.食物的一份&adj.幫助人的,輔助的
參考例句:
  • The poor children regularly pony up for a second helping of my hamburger. 那些可憐的孩子們總是要求我把我的漢堡包再給他們一份。
  • By doing this, they may at times be helping to restore competition. 這樣一來, 他在某些時候,有助于競爭的加強。
11 stability 0vgwY     
n.穩定,穩固
參考例句:
  • The situation is tending towards stability.局勢趨于穩定。
  • She lacks emotional stability.她的情緒不穩定。
12 confrontation xYHy7     
n.對抗,對峙,沖突
參考例句:
  • We can't risk another confrontation with the union.我們不能冒再次同工會對抗的危險。
  • After years of confrontation,they finally have achieved a modus vivendi.在對抗很長時間后,他們最后達成安寧生存的非正式協議。
13 acceptance hJvyz     
n.接受,接收,驗收,接納;承認,認可
參考例句:
  • The new laws gained widespread acceptance.新法令受到廣泛贊同。
  • It took years for Einstein's theory to gain acceptance.愛因斯坦的理論經過多年才被人們接受。
14 lighten P1UxT     
vt./vi.減輕,變輕;照亮,變亮
參考例句:
  • The sky began to lighten after the storm.暴風雨后天空開始放晴。
  • They decided to lighten taxes.他們決定減輕稅收。
15 apprehensive WNkyw     
adj.擔心的,恐懼的,善于領會的
參考例句:
  • She was deeply apprehensive about her future.她對未來感到非常擔心。
  • He was rather apprehensive of failure.他相當害怕失敗。
16 clarity uXazE     
n.清澈,透明,明晰
參考例句:
  • His writing has great clarity of style.他的寫作風格清晰易懂。
  • Mozart's music is characterized by its naivety and clarity.莫扎特的音樂特色是純樸興清澈。
17 analytical lLMyS     
adj.分析的;用分析法的
參考例句:
  • I have an analytical approach to every survey.對每項調查我都采用分析方法。
  • As a result,analytical data obtained by analysts were often in disagreement.結果各個分析家所得的分析數據常常不一致。
18 manipulation VRvz4     
n.操縱,控制
參考例句:
  • The government has disguised the true situation by clever manipulation of the figures. 政府巧妙地用數字掩蓋了事實真相。
  • They make a lot of money by clever manipulation of the Stock Market. 他們巧妙地操縱股票市場而大賺其錢。
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