Your inner circle

این محصول شامل یک پادکست، متن انگلیسی، و لغات و اصطلاحات کاربردی متن می باشد.

تهیه کننده: بهناز رحمانی/ برگرفته از کتاب عادت های موفقیت میلیونر نوشته ی دیان گرازیوسی

همه ی ما می دانیم که افرادی که به ما نزدیک هستند و با آنها وقت می گذرانیم تاثیر بسزایی در زندگی، روحیه، و رفتارهای ما دارند. در این پادکست دو دسته افراد (کسانی که باطری روحی شما را شارژ یا خالی می کنند) مورد بررسی قرار گرفته اند.
اگر در تک تک روابط تان از خود بپرسید که آیا این فرد باتری روحی من را شارژ می کند یا خالی می کند؟ بودن اطراف او به من حال خوب می دهد یا حال بد؟ آیا او چیزی به من اضافه می کند یا کم می کند؟ بهتر می توانید اطرافیان خود را انتخاب کنید و کیفیت زندگی شما به طرز چشم گیری تغییر می کند.

Your inner circle

Who surrounds you? Who do you spend the most time with? Who is in your inner circle? We all know how impactful the people closest to us are. Some rob us of confidence while others empower us.

There are two types of people in this world and in your life. There are battery chargers and there are battery drainers. If you are around someone and within a few minutes, you just start to feel amazing and you are not sure why, it is because that person is a battery charger. The more time you spend with that person, the more energy you have, the more you think you can accomplish in life, and more and more you start to pick up on their positive success habits.

In contrast, you can be around someone else for a few minutes and feel drained. That person is a battery drainer that is sucking away your positive energy. And soon enough you’re picking up their bad habits and negative attitudes and adding them to your own life.

When it comes to strangers and first encounters, create the habit of identifying quickly if they are chargers or drainers. For example, ask someone, “How is your day going?” you will be able to tell a lot from their response. If they say, “It’s great, fantastic, or good”, that is a quick sign that he/she is a battery charger who you want to strike up a conversation with and get to know. Pay attention to how they act, the habits they have, and even their work ethic.

On the other hand, if a person responds, “having another rough day, man. I can’t wait for this week to be over,” you may want to just nod and walk the other way.

With whom you surround yourself with is who you become.

Words, phrases, phrasal verbs, idioms, etc




Surround (verb)

be all round (someone or something)

احاطه کردن

Spend time

To accompany someone for leisure; to hang out

وقت سپری کردن، وقت گذراندن

Inner circle

an exclusive group

نزدیکان، دار و دسته، درون گروه

Impactful (adjective)

having a major impact or effect


Rob (verb)

take property unlawfully from (a person or place) by force or threat of force

ربودن، دزدیدن، سرقت کردن

Confidence (noun)

the feeling or belief that one can have faith in or rely on someone or something

اعتماد به نفس

Empower (verb)

give (someone) the authority or power to do something

قدرت دادن

Charger (noun)

a device for charging a battery or battery-powered equipment

شارژ کننده،

Drainer (noun)

a device used for draining things

خالی کننده، تخلیه کننده

Accomplish (verb)

achieve or complete successfully

(باموفقیت) به پایان رساندن

Pick up on something

to become aware of, understand, appreciate, etc.

یاد گرفتن

In contrast

when compared to another

در مقابل

Drained (adjective)

worn out; exhausted

خالى کردن، تخلیه کردن

Suck away (phrasal verb)


خالى کردن، تخلیه کردن

Attitude (noun)

a settled way of thinking or feeling about something

طرز برخورد، روش و رفتار

Stranger (noun)

a person whom one does not know or with whom one is not familiar


First encounter

a meeting face-to-face and often by chance

اولین برخورد

Response (noun)



Strike up (phrasal verb)

begin a friendship or conversation with someone in a casual way

گفتگویی را آغاز کردن صحبتی را شروع کردن

Get to know

becoming acquainted with

(کسی/چیزی را) شناختن

Work ethic (noun)

the principle that hard work is intrinsically virtuous or worthy of reward

وجدان کاری

On the other hand,

used to introduce a contrasting point of view, fact, or situation

از طرف دیگر

Rough day

Difficult day

روز سخت

Over (adverb)


پایان یافتن

Nod (verb)

lower and raise one’s head slightly and briefly, especially in greeting, assent, or understanding, or to give someone a signal

سرتکان دادن، با سر اشاره کردن

Walk away (phrasal verb)

casually or irresponsibly withdraw from a situation in which one is involved or for which one is responsible

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