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  • Maya Angelou once said,

    瑪雅安吉羅 (Maya Angelou) 曾說過

  • "A solitary fantasy can transform a million realities."

    "一個孤獨的幻想可以改變一百萬個現實。"

  • What dream or vision do you want to turn into reality?

    你想要什麼樣的夢想或願景變成現實?

  • I always wanted to go into business for myself.

    我一直想從商

  • I could be a consultant.

    我可以成為一名顧問

  • I'm going to go gluten free, right after I eat that last piece of chocolate cake.

    我要開始無麩質飲食,就在我吃的那最後一塊的巧克力蛋糕。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • You know, one day I'm going to stand up to that crabby boss.

    有一天我要站起來面對那暴躁的老闆

  • I look good on paper, I should feel great.

    我過去表現的不錯,我應該要感到很開心。

  • I just know there's more.

    我就是知道我還可以做得更多

  • You know it because you feel it.

    你會知道,因為你會感覺得到。

  • You lie awake at night. You talk about your dreams with your partner

    你躺在床上徹夜難眠。你和你的另一半,你的朋友,

  • and your friends, but more often than not,

    談及你的夢想,但更多的時候

  • you continue to do those same behaviors that keep you from making the change.

    你只是繼續同樣的行為,而沒有任何改變

  • You ask yourself, "How can I make it happen?"

    你問你自己“我該怎麼才能做到呢?”

  • Research shows, the odds against you making a change in your life --

    據研究顯示,對你作出改變你的生活的可能性

  • -- 9 to 1.

    9比1

  • 9 to 1, even if you're facing a life-threatening illness.

    9比1,即使是在你面對一個危及生命的疾病時。

  • But let me show you how to beat those odds.

    但讓我告訴你們如何戰勝這些可能性,

  • You can live the life you desire. It's right there in front of you.

    你可以過你想要的生活。這生活就在你的面前。

  • But in order to achieve it, you must first see it, then believe it,

    但是,為了實現這一目標,你必須先看到它,然後相信它,

  • and then you must graciously ask and train your brain to help you

    然後你一定要殷勤地問,並且訓練你的腦袋去幫助你

  • execute your vision.

    去執行你的視野。

  • So how do we see our vision?

    所以,我們該怎麼看見我們的願景呢?

  • Through a picture.

    透過一個圖片

  • A picture can create movement.

    一個圖片可以創造一個運動

  • A picture...

    一個圖片...

  • can unite nations,

    可以團結國家

  • a picture can pull at your heart

    一個圖片可以拉扯你的心,

  • and fill you with a deep desire to do something.

    可以使你滿腦子都在想要做什麼事的渴望

  • At Roche Pharmaceutical, the president asked us to create a picture

    在羅氏製藥,董事長要求我們創作關於他的願景的

  • of his vision.

    一個圖片

  • Prior to having one, less than 40 percent of the employees understood

    在此之前,只有不到40%的員工理解

  • the company's vision and strategy.

    公司的願景和戰略

  • After seeing this picture, 96 percent understood it, and 84 percent

    看到這幅畫後,96% 的人瞭解,84%的人

  • understood how what they did everyday align to that picture.

    瞭解到他們每天作的事如何與這個圖片連結

  • So how can you use a picture to get what you want?

    所以你怎麼能使用的圖片,以得到你想要的嗎?

  • By simply drawing one.

    通過簡單地畫一個。

  • You don't have to be an artist or know how to draw.

    你不需要成為一個藝術家 或著是知道該如何畫畫

  • As naive as your drawings might be, when you draw where you are,

    就用你最天真的畫法,當你畫你現在在的位置

  • your current state, and where you want to be,

    你的當前狀態,以及你想到達的地方

  • your desired new reality.

    你夢想的新現實

  • Suddenly, you have a road map for change.

    突然間,你就有一個走向改變的路徑圖

  • So what is your current state?

    所以你的當前狀態是什麼呢?

  • Well, let's say you're Joe.

    就舉例來說,你叫做 喬 (Joe)

  • Joe has a good job.

    喬有一個好的工作

  • Joe has a lovely wife, Amy.

    喬有一個可愛的妻子,艾米

  • Joe makes good money,

    喬賺了不少錢

  • but like many of us, Joe wants more from life.

    但就像我們當中的很多人,喬想要從生命中得到更多

  • And he'd like to get rid of a couple of things.

    他想要擺脫一些事情

  • Maybe that intense workload, maybe that negative boss.

    或許是那個超載的工作量,或著是他那負面的老闆

  • Maybe Joe has a higher purpose; he's just not sure how to get there.

    或著喬他有一個更高的目標;他只是不知道該如何到達那裡。

  • So, now, Joe's current state is visual.

    所以現在,喬的當前狀態已經視覺化

  • We remember things better when they're attached to a picture.

    當事情連結於一個圖片時,我們可以比較記得住這些事。

  • 65 percent better to be exact.

    準確來說是百分之六十五 比較好

  • So now let's imagine that Joe wants to change something in his current state.

    所以現在就想像喬想要改變一些他的當前狀態

  • He wants to build that desired new reality that he dreams about.

    他想要建造一個他夢想中的理想新世界。

  • In order for Joe to freely dream,

    為了讓喬可以自由的夢想

  • he must first...

    他必須要,第一

  • ...trick his brain.

    ...哄騙他的大腦

  • Because the left side of your brain, as you know, houses the critic,

    因為左半邊的大腦,如你所知,是個評論家

  • who is forever trying to keep you safe from harm, make sure you

    它總是不斷地嘗試,讓你免受傷害,確保你

  • don't do anything dangerous or stupid.

    不做任何危險或愚蠢的事情。

  • So let's have Joe tell the critic that he's just going to use his imagination.

    所以就讓喬告訴他的評論腦袋他只是要用用他的想像力

  • Using your imagination activates the right side of your brain,

    用你的想像力去刺激你右半邊的頭腦

  • which makes you creative and filled with possibility.

    就是讓你有創意和充滿可能性

  • So now, let's dream Joe's new life.

    現在,想像喬的新的人生

  • In the best case scenario,

    在最好的狀況下

  • one year from today, what is Joe's life like?

    一年以後的今天,喬的生活會是什麼樣子?

  • Hey, Joe has a new job. Great.

    嗨,喬有一個新的工作。很好

  • Joe has a new boss, himself.

    喬有一個新的老闆,他自己。

  • Joe has a couple of great collaborators,

    喬有一些很好的合作夥伴

  • and Joe is just bursting with creativity and ideas,

    而且喬充滿了創意和想法

  • and all of those things we dream about.

    和所有我們夢想的到的東西:

  • Connection,

    連結,

  • and purpose,

    目的,

  • and freedom,

    自由,

  • and love.

    和愛。

  • Now I'm drawing this picture as the favor to Joe today.

    現在我畫的這張圖是要來幫助今天的喬,

  • But in real life, he'd have to draw his own picture.

    但在現實生活中,他必需自己畫這張圖,

  • Because he can't afford me.

    因為他付不起(雇用)我。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • Actually, because you get the most power when you paint your own picture.

    事實上,你畫自己的圖片時最有力量,

  • So now, Joe has his drawing,

    現在,喬有他的畫,

  • so now he's got to soak it in.

    現在他需要沈浸於這個畫中

  • He has to fill it with color.

    他需要在這幅畫上填滿顏色,

  • He has to fill it with emotion.

    他需要在這幅畫上填滿情緒,

  • He has to get inside of it, as if he's on the inside, looking out.

    他需要進到這幅畫裡,好像他是從裡面向外看,

  • Your brain actually emits serotonin and Oxytocin when you draw and dream.

    當你畫畫或夢想的時候,你的大腦會釋放羥色胺和催產素,

  • So you feel happy.

    所以你會感到快樂。

  • Capable, creative.

    有能力,有創意

  • You feel cool.

    你覺得自己很酷。

  • So now, we have Joe's current state and Joe's desired new reality.

    現在,我們有喬現階段的狀態,以及他理想的新現實

  • So how can Joe get from here to there

    那喬要怎麼從這裡到達那裡?

  • in just three bold steps?

    只要三個勇敢的步驟嗎?

  • Three bold steps?

    三個勇敢的步驟?

  • If I knew how to get from here to there in three bold steps,

    如果我知道從這裡到那裡只要三個勇敢的步驟,

  • I would have done it 25 years ago

    我25年前就會這麼做了,

  • when I had a mullet.

    當我還頂著一頭mullet髮型時。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • Here is where the magic begins. Your brain knows you.

    這是裡魔術開始的地方,你的大腦深知你。

  • It's cataloged everything you've ever seen, heard, experienced,

    它將你所看見的,聽見的,經驗的,都編目起來,

  • real, or imagined.

    真實的,或是想像的。

  • You just have to ask it to put the pieces together for you.

    你只需要問一下大腦就會將這些片段拼湊起來,

  • It as simple as that.

    就是這麼簡單。

  • We live in a three-dimensional world,

    我們生活在一個三度空間的世界,

  • but the light falls on the retina in

    但光線落在視網膜上,

  • a two-dimensional fashion, and the brain, it has to cope with it.

    是一個兩度空間的方式,而大腦,需要去應付它。

  • So how does it deal with this extra dimension?

    所以,要如何應付這另一個空間呢?

  • It guesses.

    用猜的。

  • It guesses!

    用猜的!

  • And just as it can guess where your cup of coffee is when

    就像大腦可以用猜的知道你的那杯咖啡在哪

  • it goes to pick it up, it can correctly guess

    當你去拿它,它也可以正確地猜到

  • what the three bold steps are that you should take.

    你應該做的三個勇敢的步驟是什麼。

  • All you have to do is look at your picture and then close your eyes.

    你需要做的就是看著你的圖畫然後閉上你的眼睛。

  • This allows the brain to recycle what it sees and reconstruct it,

    這可以讓你的腦袋去回收它所看見的,並且從新組合它。

  • add to it everything you've ever seen, heard, experienced,

    加上一切妳所看過的,聽過的。經歷過的

  • or fantasized about, and then it will serve you up

    或著是幻想過的,然後大腦會幫你組合

  • with the best possible solution.

    一個最棒的解答。

  • If you just relax and you ask it,

    如果你就放輕鬆,然後你問

  • now what's the boldest thing I could do to get from here to there?

    什麼是可以讓我從這裡到那裡最大膽的事?

  • Boom, immediately it will tell you.

    蹦!它立刻就會告訴你

  • See it,

    看見它

  • believe it,

    相信它

  • act on it.

    然後付諸行動。

  • Now, the danger is, if any of those three bold steps are too scary,

    現在,這存在的險境是,如果這三步驟中有一個看起來太可怕

  • this instinctual rational side of your brain

    在你大腦中理性本能的這一面

  • is going to try to talk you out of this.

    會試著說服你:

  • Oh, no, no, no, I don't want to do that...

    噢,不不不,我不想要這麼做...

  • Oh, that desk it's not too small, my legs aren't cramped under there.

    噢 那張桌子不會太小,我的雙腳不會覺得擠

  • Oh, 20,000 a year, oh, that's a decent salary.

    噢,一年兩萬圓 (美金),恩,那是一個不錯的薪水

  • Oh, that boss, he's not that mean to me.

    噢,那個老闆,他對我沒有這麼那麼刻薄

  • You know what, I'm just going to stay right here.

    你知道嗎,我決定要留在這裡。

  • I feel really comfortable here.

    我在這裡感覺非常自在。

  • So how can you get yourself to do the boldest thing?

    所以,你要怎麼讓你自己去做大膽的事情呢?

  • By drawing the most compelling picture, so when you look here,

    透過畫出一張最具張力的圖片,所以當你看到這裡

  • you're in pain, it hurts.

    你感覺到痛苦

  • When you're here, you're ecstatic,

    當你在這裡呢,你欣喜若狂

  • it's fantastic, you're already living inside that

    這太棒了,你已經住在你所畫的

  • connected and free life you drew.

    連結又自由的生活裡面。

  • So, everyday, you get up, you soak in your picture, you step into the possibility,

    每一天,你起床,你讓自己沈浸在你的圖片裡,你進入到一個可能裡,

  • and this is the most important part, you act on it.

    而且最重要的一點,你去實現它。

  • You do one small thing.

    你做一個很小的事,

  • You call up that friend you know who started her own business,

    你打電話給一個你所認識,曾經自己創業的朋友,

  • you ask her "How did you do it?"

    你問她“妳是怎麼做到的?”

  • You ask Amy, "Will you support me in my vision?"

    你問艾米,“妳會支持我的願景嗎?”

  • You go to your boss and you ask him for a raise.

    你到你的老闆那跟他要求加薪

  • And you become that one person out of ten to make change happen.

    然後你就成為那十分之一,讓改變發生的人。

  • Now, I put this template on your chairs,

    現在,我將這個模板放在你的椅子上,

  • so that you can do for yourself what I just did for Joe.

    所以你可以畫你自己的圖,就像我幫喬畫的一樣

  • You've seen some fantastic ideas today that

    你今天已經看過了一些奇妙的想法,

  • have inspired your dream.

    去激起你去做夢,

  • I dare you to draw that dream into that template.

    我挑戰你去將夢想畫在那個模板上,

  • I double dare you to choose a symbol in your drawing

    我在挑戰你在妳的圖畫中選擇一個符號,

  • that represents that desired new reality, take a picture

    那代表理想的新現實,然後將這張圖

  • of it with your phone and send it to us at TEDxRainier.

    用你的相機照張像,傳到TEDXRainier。

  • Maya Angelou said, "A solitary fantasy can transform a million realities."

    瑪雅安吉羅說,"一個孤獨的幻想可以改變一百萬個現實。”

  • Just three bold steps can transform one reality, yours.

    三個大膽的步驟就可以改變一個現實,你的現實。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝。

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

Maya Angelou once said,

瑪雅安吉羅 (Maya Angelou) 曾說過

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