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  • [Project: Better self]

    [企劃:更好的自己]

  • [improve yourself, stop being average]

    [使自己進步,不再只淪為平庸]

  • So if you're the kind of person that wants to learn things faster, or finish a day's work in two to three hours, then this video might actually help you.

    如果你想要以更快的速度學習,或是在 2 到 3 個小時內將一天的工作量做完,那麼這支影片會對你有所幫助。

  • I know I was a slow learner and it took me three years to be below average at playing guitar, three whole years when I could've been there in one third of the time.

    我知道自己學習速度很慢,我花了 3 年學吉他,技巧卻還是低於一般水準,原本只需要一年時間,我卻花了整整 3 年。

  • I really enjoy learning new stuff so I had to change my approach.

    我真的很喜歡學習新事物,所以我必須改變學習方式。

  • After few weeks of searching, I've encountered an idea that really helped me to go crazy fast through the learning curve.

    經過幾週的探索後,我偶然發現了一個能幫助我快速學習的方法。

  • I used it to learn programming, and literally I was amazed.

    我用這個方法學習程式設計,而我真的對它感到驚艷。

  • I was confident in Android and finished my first freelance project in just four months.

    我對安卓系統十分有把握,而我在四個月內完成我第一個獨自探索的企劃。

  • When I think back, I am so glad that I stumbled upon the concept, because I would've wasted 12 months for something I've learned in four.

    當我回想時,我很慶幸我在偶然間發現了這個方法,沒有這個方法的話,我可能會浪費一年的時間學習可以在四個月內學成的事。

  • So what helped me, is the Pomodoro Technique.

    幫助我的方法為「番茄工作法」。

  • It was invented in the early 90s by Francesco Cirillo, it was named after the kitchen timer, shaped like a tomato, he used to track his work as a university student.

    Francesco Cirillo 在 1990 初期發明了「番茄工作法」,他大學時常用形狀像番茄的廚房定時器追蹤他的工作進展,這個時間法由此命名。

  • And it goes like this.

    番茄工作法如同以下的說明。

  • First, pick something you want to work on, set a timer for 25 minutes, and focus extremely hard on the task you are working on, if a distraction pops in your head, write it down on a piece of paper and get back on the task immediately.

    首先,選擇你要做的事並定時 25 分鐘,全神貫注在這件事情上,如果突然有分心的念頭浮出,將它寫在紙上並趕緊將專注力放回正在做的事情上。

  • After the timer rings, take a five-minute break.

    在定時器響後,休息五分鐘。

  • That is one Pomodoro session.

    這是番茄工作法的一個區段。

  • After four Pomodoro sessions, take a longer break of 20 to 30 minutes, and repeat the process.

    經過四個區段後,休息 20-30 分鐘,接著再重複整個過程。

  • It sounds simple, but the key part is that you must be extremely focused during the session, no phone, no Facebook, nothing.

    聽起來很容易,但關鍵是在每一個區段時,你一定要極度專心,不能使用手機或臉書,要心無旁騖。

  • Our brain tends to be very effective at remembering and connecting information when we are extremely focused.

    當我們非常專心時,大腦易於有效的記憶並連結訊息。

  • This dates back to our ancestors, they had to pay attention when a predator was nearby.

    這追溯至人類的祖先,當有獵人在四周時,他們必須留心注意。

  • It was a life or death situation, and when they focused, the brain worked really hard to collect all the information and store it, so in the future the encounter would likely to [sic] be in their favor.

    這是攸關生死的情況,當他們專注時,大腦會為了搜集並儲存所有訊息而努力地運作,因此未來再遇到相同的情形時,他們才會比較有利。

  • But in today's world, so many of us (have) just lost the ability to focus.

    但如今,太多人失去專注的能力。

  • Yes, I did spend an hour a day on the guitar, but also I checked Facebook, watched three different covers of the same song on YouTube AND practiced in those 60 minutes , so my brain thought it was nothing important, and I got the mediocre results I had.

    我的確在一天中花一小時彈吉他,但在這 60 分鐘裡,我不是只有練習,還同時滑臉書、在 YouTube 上看了翻唱同一首歌的三支不同影片,所以我的大腦認為這不是重要的事,因此我得到的成果十分普通。

  • When I implemented the concept to learn coding, my daily schedule was 12 Pomodoro sessions each 25 minutes long and 5 minutes of rest in between.

    當我執行這項方式學習解碼時,我每天的時間表是 12 個番茄工作法區段——每個區段 25 分鐘,並在每段中間休息 5 分鐘。

  • After four Pomodoros, I would take longer break of 20 minutes.

    經過 4 個區段後,我會休息長達 20 分鐘。

  • I was skeptical at first if this would even work, but after four weeks I was amazed (at) how much stuff I (had) learned.

    我一開始懷疑這方法成功的可能性,但經過四週後,我很驚訝我學會了許多事物。

  • I've never been so productive in my entirely life, and It also helped me to overcome the (problem of) procrastination I was facing, because I didn't thought (think) about the number of hours I need to lock myself in and study.

    我一生中從未如此有成效,番茄工作法也幫助我擊退了拖延症,因為我不會設想必須把自己關在房內好幾個小時學習。

  • Instead, I had to finish just one Pomodoro session at a time.

    取而代之的是,我一次只需要完成番茄工作法的一個區段。

  • You can use the Pomodoro technique to (do) virtually anything, whether it be learning something new, practicing an instrument, studying for college, I literally use (am using) it at this moment while writing this script.

    幾乎在所有事情上,你都可以利用番茄工作法,無論是學習新事物、練習樂器或是準備大學考試時,事實上,我正在利用這個方法寫這部影片的講稿。

  • Instead of spending six or seven hours of (on) diffused work, and spend (spending) my entire day writing a script, I just do four Pomodoro sessions and I get the same amount of work done.

    與其花 6-7 個小時在分散的工作上,或是花一整天寫一篇講稿,我只運用了 4 個番茄工作法的區段,就完成了相同的工作量。

  • Don't be like the old me and spend three years for something that can be done in six months.

    不要像我以前一樣,可以在半年內完成的事,卻花了三年的時間。

  • It's not about how much time you spend, but how effectively you spend your time that matters.

    重點不在你花了多少時間,而在你是否有效地運用時間。

  • So now that you're familiar with the concept, it's up to you whether or not you will actually test it on yourself or just click away to the next video.

    現在你了解了這項方法,由你決定是要親自測試一下這個時間法,還是繼續看下一部影片。

  • Anyway thanks for watching and I'll see you next time.

    謝謝你的觀看,下次見。

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