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To get a brief reprieve from the pressures of working in the White House, Kristina Schake, a former aide to the first lady, Michelle Obama, took a class about her favorite painter, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio.为了从白宫工作的压力中获得短暂的缓解,第一夫人米歇尔·奥巴马(Michelle Obama)的前助理克里斯蒂娜·舍克(Kristina Schake)选读了一门课程,是关于她最喜欢的画家米开朗基罗·梅里西·达·卡拉瓦乔(Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio)的。She noticed that the Italian painter often showed Christ with bare feet, portraying his subject as a common man.她注意到,这位意大利画家经常让基督赤着脚,把他描绘成普通人。It was a lesson that informed Ms. Schake’s job in the East Wing when, as Mrs. Obama’s communications chief, she encouraged the first lady to take an undercover shopping trip to a Target in suburban Alexandria, Va., to showcase her dance moves on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” and to make a cameo at the Oscars.这门课给她在白宫东翼的工作带来了启发。当时她担任奥巴马夫人的联络主管,她鼓励第一夫人悄悄去弗吉尼亚州亚历山德里亚郊区的塔吉特百货(Target)购物;在《吉米晚间秀》(Late Night With Jimmy Fallon)上展示自己的舞步;在奥斯卡颁奖礼上担任嘉宾。Positioning a public figure is not exactly the work of a Baroque master, and a trip to Target does not a work of-art make. Nevertheless, the lesson from Caravaggio was clear in Ms. Schake’s approach.为公众人物定位可不是卡拉瓦乔这位巴洛克大师的工作,去塔吉特百货购物也不是艺术行为。不过,从卡拉瓦乔身上学到的东西对舍克行事方式的影响很明显。Having helped shape Mrs. Obama’s public image into that of an accessible everywoman, Ms. Schake is about to face what may be her toughest challenge yet: working to get another first lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton, elected president.舍克把奥巴马夫人的公众形象塑造为平易近人的普通女人。现在,她可能面临着生平最艰巨的挑战:努力帮助另一位第一夫人——希拉里·罗德姆·克林顿(Hillary Rodham Clinton)——当选总统。Mrs. Clinton, who is expected to announce her candidacy this month, has brought Ms. Schake, 45, to her 2016 communications team to try to tackle an issue that dogged the 2008 Clinton campaign.克林顿夫人可能会在本月正式宣布参加总统竞选(她已在12日宣布第二次竞选总统——编注)。她把45岁的舍克拉进自己的2016年竞选联络团队,以解决困扰她2008年竞选的一个问题。Back then, Mrs. Clinton’s advisers argued she should emphasize strength and experience, rather than her softer side, a strategic decision that Ann Lewis, a senior adviser in that race, has called the “biggest missed opportunity” in the failed 2008 primary contest against Barack Obama.当时,克林顿夫人的顾问们认为,她应该强调自己的力量和经验,而不是温和的一面。那次竞选的高级顾问安妮·刘易斯(Ann Lewis)称,那个战略决策是导致克林顿夫人在2008年预选中输给贝拉克·奥巴马(Barack Obama)的“最大因素”。Now, after two decades in the public eye, Mrs. Clinton must try to show voters a self-effacing, warm and funny side that her friends say reflects who she really is. In short, she must counteract an impression that she is just “likeable enough,” as Mr. Obama famously quipped in 2008.如今,在受公众瞩目20年之后,克林顿夫人必须努力向投票人展现自己谦逊、温暖、风趣的一面,她的朋友们说这才是她的真性情。简而言之,她必须消除只是“够讨人喜欢了”的印象——这话是奥巴马2008年对她的著名讽刺。As the campaign’s presumptive deputy communications director, Ms. Schake will be behind the effort to transport the Hillary Brand beyond paid campaign television ads, policy discussions and the requisite sit-down with a nightly news anchor.舍克非常可能成为希拉里竞选团队的副联络主管,她将在付费电视竞选广告、政策讨论以及与晚间新闻主播的必要交谈之外,寻找其他途径帮助传播希拉里品牌。The daughter of a stay-at-home mother and a commercial airline pilot from Sonoma, Calif., Ms. Schake is best known for finding ways to communicate with Americans outside the coastal elite — a perspective Mrs. Clinton, who lives in Chappaqua, N.Y., and regularly commands a speaking fee of more than 0,000, will need.舍克的母亲是家庭主妇,父亲是加利福尼亚州索诺马一家商业航空公司的飞行员。她最擅长的是寻找与东海岸精英之外的美国人沟通的方法。这一点将是克林顿夫人所需要的——她住在纽约州的查帕科,发表演讲的常规费用是20多万美元。That won’t necessarily mean she will mimic Mrs. Obama’s “Driving the Station Wagon” dance on late-night TV, but Mrs. Clinton could, for example, talk to the Food Network about dinners with girlfriends or discuss her yoga routines on a health and wellness blog.克林顿夫人不一定要像奥巴马夫人那样,在深夜电视节目中跳“开旅行车”舞,但她可以在美食频道谈论与女友们外出就餐的情况,或者在健康客上讨论自己的日常瑜伽锻炼。The proliferation of new ways to reach voters through multiple devices means “it’s not the same formula in politics that it was even just four years ago or eight years ago,” said Stephanie Cutter, a Democratic strategist and a deputy campaign manager for the Obama reelection campaign. “It’s about understanding people who are just living their lives and figuring out ways to fit a candidate into that, rather than vice versa.”民主党策略家、奥巴马第二次参加总统竞选时的副竞选主管斯蒂芬妮·卡特(Stephanie Cutter)说,接触选民的新方式在不断增多,这意味着“如今的政治模式与四年前或八年前不同了”,“现在的模式是理解那些有自己生活的选民,想办法让候选人融入选民的生活,而不是相反”。Ms. Schake, who declined to be interviewed for this article, first learned what resonates with a mass American audience from the man best known for “All in the Family” and “When Harry Met Sally.” In 1998 the actor and director Rob Reiner and his wife, Michele Singer Reiner, hired her to help with their push to pass a ballot initiative that would add a 50-cent tax to each pack of cigarettes sold in California to fund early childhood education.舍克(她拒绝为本文接受采访)最初是从演员兼导演罗布·赖纳(Rob Reiner)那里学会如何与广大美国观众产生共鸣的。赖纳最出名的作品是《全家福》(All in the Family)和《当哈利遇见莎莉》(When Harry Met Sally)。1998年,赖纳和妻子米歇尔·辛格·赖纳(Michele Singer Reiner)聘请舍克帮忙推动通过一项公民表决提案——给加州出售的每包香烟增加50美分的税,以资助早期儿童教育。Mr. Reiner said Ms. Schake consistently reminded him not to veer from the predetermined script, which had an almost cinematic simplicity. “Every step of the way it was ‘the good guys are fighting the bad guys,’ ” Mr. Reiner said in an interview. “It was, ‘Do you want to support big tobacco or do you want to support little children?’ ”赖纳说,舍克不断提醒他,不要偏离预定的行动计划,它几乎和电影情节一样简单。“那个计划的每一步都是在表现‘好人在与坏人作斗争’,”赖纳接受采访时说,“就好像在说,‘你是想持大型烟草公司还是帮助小孩?’”The initiative passed despite the roughly million the tobacco lobby spent to defeat it.尽管烟草公司花了约4000万美元进行游说,这项提案还是通过了。Mr. Reiner introduced Ms. Schake to Chad Griffin, a former aide in the Clinton White House who is now the president of the Human Rights Campaign. Mr. Griffin and Ms. Schake became best friends and together started Griffin-Schake, a Los Angeles-based public affairs shop. They handled media relations for Maria Shriver when she was the first lady of California.赖纳把舍克介绍给查德·格里芬(Chad Griffin)。格里芬曾担任克林顿的白宫副官,现在是“人权运动”组织(Human Rights Campaign)的主席。格里芬和舍克成了好朋友,一起开创了洛杉矶公共事务公司格里芬-舍克(Griffin-Schake)。他们曾负责处理加州第一夫人玛丽亚·施赖弗(Maria Shriver)的媒体关系。Ms. Schake was one of the first people Mr. Griffin came out to, on the rooftop of the Standard Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. “She worked to get the story out of me and she got what she wanted,” Mr. Griffin said.舍克是最早知道格里芬同性恋身份的人之一,那是在洛杉矶市中心的标准酒店(Standard Hotel)屋顶上。“她努力想从我这里知道真相,她如愿以偿了,”格里芬说。The battle for gay rights soon became the two friends’ focus when they became central players in the legal case against Proposition 8, the ballot initiative that barred same-sex couples from marrying. Ms. Schake prepared the plaintiffs for the crush of publicity, while also showing a mainstream audience that they were just ordinary committed couples.很快,争取同性恋权利成为这两个好朋友的关注重点。他们成为反对8号提案(Proposition 8)的法律诉讼的主要参与者。这项公民表决提案禁止同性恋伴侣结婚。舍克帮原告们做好心理准备,应对公众的压力,同时向主流观众表明,他们只是普通的忠诚情侣。A month before the Supreme Court dismissed the California measure, Ms. Schake persuaded Kris Perry and Sandy Stier of Berkeley, Calif., who had been together more than a decade, to pose for a feature in People magazine.在最高法院驳回这项加州提案前一个月,舍克劝一对共同生活十多年的加州伯克利同性恋伴侣克丽丝·佩里(Kris Perry)和桑迪·施蒂尔(Sandy Stier)为《人物》(People)杂志的一篇特写拍照。“I was really self-conscious about being the only really physically gay-looking one” of the plaintiffs, Ms. Perry said in an interview. She told Ms. Schake she thought she should change her hair or wear different clothes. “She just put her hand on my shoulder and said, ‘No, that is not going to happen,’ ” Ms. Perry said.佩里在接受采访时说,“我是原告中唯一一个外表看起来像同性恋的人,我对此感到非常难为情。”她告诉舍克,她觉得自己应该改变发型或装。“她把手放在我肩上说,‘不,你不用改变,’” 佩里说。In 2010, Ms. Schake stepped back from the gay marriage fight to work for Mrs. Obama, a position for which Ms. Shriver recommended her.2010年,舍克从争取同性恋婚姻的活动中退出,开始为奥巴马夫人工作,这个职位是施赖弗推荐的。She promoted Mrs. Obama’s “Let’s Move!” initiative to fight childhood obesity, sping the first lady’s message with appearances on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Top Chef,” and in her famous “Mom Dancing” routine with Mr. Fallon, which generated 22 million views on YouTube.她宣传奥巴马夫人对抗儿童肥胖的“让我们动起来”(Let’s Move!)倡议,让奥巴马夫人在《艾伦秀》(The Ellen DeGeneres Show)和《顶级大厨》(Top Chef)上亮相。奥巴马夫人与法伦跳的“妈妈舞”著名视频在YouTube上被观看了2200万次。“She was in California, so she didn’t have an ingrained Washington way of doing things, which I think let her take a fresh look at things,” said Susan Sher, the former chief of staff to Mrs. Obama who hired Ms. Schake.“当时她在加州,所以没有根深蒂固的华盛顿行事方式,我觉得这让她能用新视角看待事情,”当时聘用舍克的奥巴马夫人前幕僚长苏珊·谢尔(Susan Sher)说。Can Kristina Schake help Hillary Clinton come across as more than ‘likable enough’?After a position in the West Wing fell through, Ms. Schake joined L’Oréal USA as the cosmetics company’s chief communications officer. Dan Pfeiffer, a former senior adviser to Mr. Obama, said he thought Ms. Schake had “retired from politics” before the Clinton campaign called.克里斯蒂娜·舍克能帮助希拉里·克林顿把形象提升到不只是“够讨人喜欢”的地步吗?舍克落选白宫西翼的某个职位之后,加入了欧莱雅美国公司(L’Oréal USA),担任这家化妆品公司的首席联络官。奥巴马的前高级顾问丹·法伊弗(Dan Pfeiffer)说,他认为,在克林顿夫人的竞选团队给舍克致电前,她已经“退出政治舞台”了。“She is happiest when she’s working on things like the marriage campaign,” said her older sister, Kori Schake, a prominent Republican who held a senior position on President George W. Bush’s National Security Council. “She was very much drawn to the historic opportunity to help Secretary Clinton.”“她在为争取同性恋结婚权利等活动忙碌时最开心,”她科丽·舍克(Kori Schake)说。科丽·舍克是著名的共和党人,曾在乔治·W·布什(George W. Bush)总统的国家安全委员会(National Security Council)担任高级职位。“她对帮助前国务卿克林顿的这一历史机会非常感兴趣。”The bipartisan Schake sisters stick together despite their political differences. Kristina Schake used to intervene whenever their parents’ liberal friends in Northern California tried to debate the Iraq War. “She’d say, ‘We’re so happy Kori is home for the holidays, please don’t make her do her job,’ ” Kori said.尽管舍克分属两党,但是关系依然亲密。过去,每当她们父母的北加州自由主义朋友们讨论伊拉克战争时,克里斯蒂娜·舍克都会打断他们。“她会说,‘科丽能在节日里回家我们很高兴,请不要再让她工作了,’”科丽说。A relatively new New Yorker, Kristina Schake lives with her longtime boyfriend, an Albanian journalist she met in Rome. She frequently attends exhibitions of photography and art, and walks the streets listening to Bowery Boys podcasts about the history of the subway system. She will likely work out of the Clinton campaign’s headquarters in Brooklyn.克里斯蒂娜·舍克对纽约还比较陌生。她和相伴多年的男友住在一起。她男友是一位阿尔巴尼亚记者,他们是在罗马相识的。她经常参观摄影展和艺术展,走在街上会收听鲍厄里男孩(Bowery Boys)在podcast里关于纽约地铁系统历史的广播。她很可能会在位于布鲁克林的克林顿夫人竞选总部工作。It remains to be seen whether veteran Clinton aides will empower newcomers like Ms. Schake and whether Mrs. Clinton will be open to trying new things that could prove risky. Ms. Schake will work under her friend Jennifer Palmieri, a former White House communications director who also worked in the Clinton Administration. Other veteran Clinton aides, including Mandy Grunwald, will also advise, particularly about Mrs. Clinton’s backstory.克林顿夫人的资深助理们是否会授权给舍克等新来者,克林顿夫人是否愿意尝试可能有风险的新事物,一切仍需拭目以待。舍克将在她的朋友珍妮弗·帕尔米耶里(Jennifer Palmieri)手下工作,帕尔米耶里是前白宫联络主管,也曾为克林顿政府工作。克林顿夫人的其他资深助理——包括曼迪· 格伦沃尔德(Mandy Grunwald)——也将提供建议,特别是关于克林顿夫人的背景故事。A person familiar with Clinton camp discussions who could not go on the record before the campaign’s official start said Mrs. Clinton does not need a “life coach,” and that Ms. Schake’s value will be to figure out new ways to sp the former Secretary of State’s central message of lifting the middle class.一位熟悉克林顿夫人阵营讨论的人士说,克林顿夫人不需要“生活教练”,舍克的价值将在于寻找传播这位前国务卿的主要理念——提升中产阶级——的新方法。在竞选正式开始前,这位人士不便透露身份。To that end, Ms. Schake, whom Anita Dunn, a former White House communications director, described as “an island of tranquillity and calm when everything is going crazy,” often sits in on early strategy and policy meetings, in addition to typical powwows about communications and press coverage.因此,舍克除了参加典型的关于通讯和新闻报道的会议之外,还经常列席早期战略和政策会议。前白宫通讯主管安妮塔·邓恩(Anita Dunn)说,舍克“在一切都变得疯狂时依然保持安宁平静”。No matter how effective Mrs. Clinton’s message, voters tend to have an intangible hankering when it comes to presidential candidates. “You have to feel a person’s warmth and humanness, because you’re going to see them in your living room for four years,” said Mr. Reiner, a longtime Clinton supporter.不管克林顿夫人的理念多么打动人,投票人似乎对总统候选人有一种无形的渴望。“你必须能感觉到候选人的温暖和人情味,因为未来四年你将经常在客厅的电视里看到他们,”赖纳说。他是克林顿夫人的长期持者。That’s easier said than done in the throes of a campaign when even genuine acts can seem like political posturing. In 2008, critics accused Mrs. Clinton of pandering when she cried in a diner in New Hampshire and downed a shot of whiskey in Indiana.这说起来容易,做起来难。在竞选的痛苦挣扎中,甚至连真实的举动也可能被看做政治姿态。2008年,克林顿夫人在新罕布什尔州的一个小饭馆里大哭,在印第安纳州一口气喝下一杯威士忌,这些被批评家们指责为故作姿态。“When you see Hillary Clinton alone, she’s a good old girl,” Mr. Reiner said, echoing the familiar lament that voters just don’t know the real Hillary. “She likes to have a beer and laugh.”“你单独与希拉里·克林顿见面时,会发现她是个友善的大,”赖纳说。这与我们经常听到的惋惜相似:选民只是不了解真实的希拉里。“她喜欢喝啤酒,喜欢大笑。” /201504/369962You might think skipping an hour of sleep to hit the gym will result in weight loss。你可能会觉得少睡一个小时并用这个小时去健身房的话就能够减肥。But new research suggests changing your sleep routine can cause you to pile on the pounds。但最新研究表明,作息时间的改变可能会让人变胖。Sleeping for even one hour less a day causes us to eat more than usual, according to a study。根据这项研究结果,我们一天哪怕只少睡了一个小时就可能会吃的比平时多。And an extra hour - as unlikely as that may be for many of us - also has the same detrimental effect.如果多睡一个小时,虽然对我们大多数来说并不太可能,但也会导致同样的结果。Researchers looked at figures from 342 teenagers and analysed their sleeping habits. On average, they slept about seven hours every night。研究人员342名青少年的一些数据以及睡眠习惯等进行了分析。发现他们每晚的平均睡眠时间为7个小时。However, when the amount of time teenagers slept varied by just an hour - either less or more - they ate, on average, an extra 201 calories per day。那些睡眠时间比平均值多或少1个小时的青少年们,平均每天会比其他人多摄入201卡路里的食物。This is the equivalent of a bagel or two scoops of chocolate ice cream。这相当于一块硬面包圈或两小铲巧克力冰淇淋球的卡路里含量。 /201503/363761

Making decisions when shopping is often a tough call. Even if you’re satisfied with the first dress you try on, would you go on looking for alternatives, comparing styles and prices, until you literally dropped dead?在购物时做决定往往十分困难。就算对自己试穿的第一件衣很满意,你会不会继续尝试其他选择,在各种风格与价格之间比来比去,直到“倒地而亡”?According to a recent Wall Street Journal column, psychology researchers have studied how people make decisions and concluded there are two basic styles. “Maximizers” like to take their time and weigh a wide range of options — sometimes every possible one — before choosing. “Satisficers” (combination of the word “satisfice” and “satisfy”) would rather be fast than thorough.据《华尔街日报》日前一专栏报道:心理研究人员对人们作出决定的过程进行了研究,并将其总结成两种基本风格:一是愿意花时间对各种选择进行考虑的“最大化者”,二是不求全面只求速度的 “满足者”。英文中,Satisficers (满足者)一词由satisfice(为取得某一目标不惜最低要求)与satisfy(满足)组合而成。“Maximizers are people who want the best. Satisficers are people who want good enough,” Barry Schwartz, a professor of psychology at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania and the author of The Paradox of Choice told The Wall Street Journal.《选择的悖论》一书的作者、宾夕法尼亚斯州沃斯莫尔学院的心理学教授巴里#8226;施瓦茨在接受《华尔街日报》的采访时说:“‘最大化者’想要最好的,而‘满足者’只要足够好就可以了。”In a study published in 2006 in the journal Psychological Science, Schwartz and his colleagues followed 548 job-seeking college seniors at 11 schools from October through their graduation in June. They found that the maximizers landed better jobs. Their starting salaries were, on average, 20 percent higher than those of the satisficers, but they felt worse about their jobs.在2006年发表于《心理科学》杂志的一项研究中,施瓦茨和他的同事们调查了来自11所大学的548名大四学生从当年十月至来年六月间找工作的情况。他们发现“最大化者”能找到更好的工作,起薪普遍比“满足者”高20%,但是他们对工作的满意度却不及“满足者”。No right choice没有正确的选择“The maximizer is kicking himself because he can’t examine every option and at some point had to just pick something,” Schwartz says. “Maximizers make good decisions and end up feeling bad about them. Satisficers make good decisions and end up feeling good.”施瓦茨说:“‘最大化者’不可能仔细研究所有选项,但却不得不在某个时刻做出决定,因此他们总是后悔自己做出的选择。。因此,他们虽然做出了好的决策,却总是以糟糕的情绪收场。‘满足者’同样也做出了不错的决定,并且感觉不错。”Satisficers also have high standards, but they are happier than maximizers, he says. Maximizers tend to be more depressed and to report a lower satisfaction with life, his research found.他还说,“满足者”对事物的标准并不低,而且他们比“最大化者”更开心。他的调查显示,“最大化者”更容易沮丧,对生活的满意度也更低。Faced with so many choices in our lives, we need to learn how not to waste time and energy on our decision-making, says Jane C. Hu in Slate online magazine.Jane C. Hu在网络杂志Slate上说,在生活中,面对如此多的选择,我们需要学会如何在做决定上不浪费时间和精力。First of all, Hu suggests, decrease your range of options. For instance, if you’re picking a restaurant for a lunch meeting, first deciding on a certain part of town or type of cuisine can narrow your options.Hu提出的建议是,首先,缩小选择范围。比如,为午餐会选择饭店,你可以先确定选择饭店所在的地区或者菜式,以此来缩小选择的范围。Once you’ve arrived at a decision, stick with it. Just accept that no decision is ever completely perfect, and remind yourself that it is the best you can do at the moment. To limit the number of options you can consider, you can set a self-imposed time limit for decision-making, Hu advises. Say you are buying a new bag, you could spend an amount of time studying features and optimizing price and value — “but if you give yourself only five minutes to make a decision, there are only these bags you can consider. You’ll save time, you’ll be happier with your decision, too”.一旦做了决定,就坚持下去。没有一个决定是尽善尽美的,提醒自己这是你此时能做的最好选择。Hu还建议到,你也可以对自己做选择的时间做出限定,以减少自己需要考虑的选项。比如说你要买一个新的包包,你可以花相当多的时间来研究包包的特点,寻找最物美价廉的存在, “但是如果你只给自己五分钟的时间做决定,你就能考虑为数不多的几个包包。这样既节省了时间,也让你在做选择时心情更好。” /201412/346771

1.Banter轻松说笑2.Blowing a kiss飞吻3.Casual touches; such as a woman gently touching a man#39;s arm during conversation不经意的身体接触;例如女士在交谈过程中轻轻碰下男士的胳膊4.Coyness, affectedly shy or modest, marked by cute, coquettish, or artful playfulness (e.g. pickup lines)。害羞,端庄而有节制,通常看起来很可爱,羞涩或巧妙的嬉戏玩耍(例如花言巧语)5.Eye contact, batting eyelashes, staring, winking, eyebrow raising etc。眉目传情,眨眼睛,盯着看,眨眼示意递眼色,挑眉毛6.Flattery (regarding beauty, sexual attractiveness)恭维(通常指恭维女性漂亮,性感有魅力)7.Footsie, a form of flirtation in which people use their feet to play with each other#39;s feet。碰脚调情,一种通过偷偷碰脚来挑逗,暗中勾搭的调情手段8.Giggling, or laughing encouragingly at any slight hint of intimacy in the other#39;s behavior发现对方轻微的亲密行为暗示后放声咯咯大笑9.Imitating of behaviors (e.g. taking a drink when the other person takes a drink, changing posture as the other does, etc。)模仿对方行为(例如:对方举杯自己也马上举杯,对方换姿势,自己马上模仿对方的动作换姿势)10.Singing specially selected love songs in presence of the person。在对象面前唱精选情歌11.Maintaining very short distance during casual talking。随意交流时保持近距离12.Online chat, texting, and other one-on-one and direct messaging services while hinting affection暗示情感时:在线聊天,发短信或其它一对一的直接信息交流13.Protean signals, such as touching one#39;s hair各种暗示,如摸对方头发14.Sending notes, poems, or small gifts写情书,情诗示爱,送小礼物15.Smiling suggestively有暗示的微笑16.Staging of ;chance; encounters假装巧遇17.Teasing戏弄18.Tickling逗乐子 /201503/363243

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