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  • Do you ever feel uncertain about the path you're on?

    你有沒有曾經對自己的人生道路感到不安?

  • Because you're not where you want to be or maybe you're sitting there, second-guessing your own potential and feel as though you're not smart, original or talented enough.

    因為或許這不是你想要的,或單純什麼都不做,一直懷疑自己的潛力還有覺得自己不夠聰明或有才華。

  • This is going to sound strange, but you're doing it right.

    接下來的東西或許聽起來會有點奇怪,但其實你正在做對的事。

  • These experiences are normal.

    這種經驗很正常。

  • It's only when you stop questioning and become complacent about where you are that stops you from dreaming boldly.

    只有當你停止質疑自己並開始對自己感到有信心,才能開始大膽作夢。

  • Here's seven strange signs you will be successful.

    接下來是 7 個看似奇怪但代表著你會成功的跡象。

  • One, you know what you want even though you don't know how to get to it yet.

    第一,你知道你想要什麼就算你不知道該怎麼去得到。

  • Have you ever been so sure of something that you're constantly bursting with energy?

    你有沒有曾經很篤定地在一件事情上燃燒自己?

  • Perhaps you knew you always wanted to be a dancer ever since you were given your first pair of ballet flats.

    或許是在得到你第一雙芭蕾舞鞋時,你就非常想當一位舞者。

  • Or maybe staring up at the night sky as a lost lonely teenager, made you curious about what is beyond the empty void of adulthood that motivated you to become an astronaut.

    或者也許你是一位凝視著夜空的孤獨青少年,好奇著成年後如宇宙般的無盡虛空而促使你想成為一位太空人。

  • You can be absolutely sure about what you want, but you may not know how to necessarily obtain your dreams yet.

    你絕對知道你想要的是什麼,但你可能不太知道如何確切地追夢。

  • And that's okay.

    而這沒關係的。

  • You're starting somewhere, and that's what counts.

    你正在某處展開旅程,而這才是最重要的。

  • Two, you're easily bored and love challenges.

    第二,你很容感到無聊且喜歡挑戰。

  • We often identify traits like novelty-seeking that can lead to behaviors, such as gambling, drug abuse and ADHD.

    我們經常覺得有追求新鮮感特質的人會與賭博、濫用藥物和過動症掛上關係。

  • But according to Dr. Robert Cloninger, a psychiatrist who develop personality tests for measuring this trait, novelty-seeking is what keeps people happy, healthy and creative.

    但根據 Robert Cloninger 博士,一位心理醫師的說法,他建立一套人格特質檢定系統,並認為追求新鮮感會使人快樂、健康和有創造力。

  • Cloninger states: "To succeed, you want to be able to regulate your impulses while also having the imagination to see what the future would be like if you tried something new.

    Cloninger 表示:「要想成功,如果你想要嘗試新的東西,你必須管理你的衝動同時有想像力去思考未來會如何。」

  • When you're easily bored, it doesn't necessarily mean you're unmotivated.

    如果你很容易感到無聊,也並一定代表你沒有任何衝勁。

  • Instead you have the potential to grow, when you seek new experiences that allow you to make the most out of your creativity.

    取而代之地,當你在新的體驗中尋找讓你發揮最大創意時,你就有潛力成長。

  • Three, you don't maintain a work-life balance.

    第三,你不會刻意去維持生活與工作之間的平衡。

  • Instead, you just focus on life.

    而是專注在生活上。

  • What does it mean to just focus on life?

    單純專注在生活上是什麼意思呢?

  • As humans, we try to systematically organize by categorizing different aspects of our lives, so they don't spiral out of control.

    身為人類,我們總是想要系統化地規劃自己,將生活各種面向加以歸類,好讓一切不要失控。

  • But instead of working on neatly giving everything a place to belong, it's easy to get fixed on the small details that we forget about the bigger picture.

    但與其說是可以謹慎有規劃地將所有東西歸納好,我們更容易在小地方上鑽牛角尖而忽略了大局。

  • Being successful means going with the flow, and doing what you feel is best for your mental health, your friends, family and coworkers.

    成功就是跟隨時局走,還有為了你身邊的朋友、家人還有同事,去做會讓你身心都舒坦的工作。

  • Although a certain degree of discipline and getting into a rhythm that works for you are important.

    雖然在某種程度上保持紀律和有節奏地工作的確很重要。

  • It's also essential to make the most of every day.

    但盡其所能地活出每一天也很重要。

  • Being successful also doesn't necessarily translate to 40-hour work weeks.

    成功並不代表一週要工作滿滿 40 個小時。

  • It's all a matter of finding purpose and meaning in what you do on a daily basis.

    在每天的生活中尋找自己的目的和意義才是最重要的。

  • Four, you practice empathy, look out for your teammates and celebrate the happiness of others.

    第四,保有同理心,照顧自己的組員並與其他人一起分享快樂。

  • Although it's exciting to be motivated in what you do, successful people don't just stitch and forget about the people around them.

    雖然對自己正在做的事懷有衝勁是很令人興奮的事,但成功的人不會只顧自己並忘記照顧周遭的人。

  • Success never happens alone.

    成功從來不會單獨發生。

  • It's always a collaborative effort.

    它一直都是一個合作下的成果。

  • If you have great people skills, often look out for your teammates and empathize with others, then you're already on a great path.

    如果你有很好的交際手腕、時常照顧隊友和對他人有同理心,那你就在一條超棒的道路上了。

  • Society often paints the workplace to be a dog eat dog world, but competition doesn't hold meaning when people can't learn from one another.

    社會很常將工作場合描繪成一個無情喋血的戰場,但如果人們無法互相學習的話這種競爭關係就沒有意義了。

  • It's important to refrain from adapting self-absorbed habits and learn to reach out as much as possible.

    重要的是不要習慣自己一個人承受一切,盡量學著向他人求助。

  • Be supportive of each other's dreams, and help each other to achieve them.

    支持彼此的夢想並幫助他們實現。

  • Five, you practice humility again and again.

    第五,保持謙虛。

  • You don't focus on your achievements or constantly want to prove yourself to others by finding opportunities to be in the spotlight.

    不要只在乎自己的成就,且為了證明自己的能力,無時無刻都在尋求機會成為鎂光燈的焦點。

  • Instead, you just want to get better, not for an audience but for yourself.

    你應該要單純為了自己變得更好而不是為了觀眾。

  • When you work on improving your skills behind the scenes, your work journey becomes much more authentic, because your progress is only for you to see.

    當你默默地在使自己的能力變好,你的工作旅程會變得更多采多姿,因為只有你自己看得到這些改變。

  • It's not about the A you earned on a test that's pinned to the classroom board, or the amount of likes you receive on social media.

    不是為了定在佈告欄上你得了 A 的考卷,或你在社交軟體上得到了多少個讚。

  • You care about progress because you genuinely want to get better, not to perform better.

    你只在乎自己的成長因為你真的非常想變好,而不是單純在外在表現地變好。

  • Six, you're not motivated by money as a reward, but rather see it as a resource.

    第六,你認為錢不是工作的動力,而是一種資源。

  • You don't care about making the big bucks, just to be able to afford extravagant possessions such as fancy cars or attend special functions like cocktail parties.

    你不在乎會不會賺大錢,只為了可以負擔浮誇的物品例如豪華的跑車,或參加特別的活動例如雞尾酒派對。

  • In fact, you see it as almost a slap in the face that success can supposedly be measured by something that can be spent just as easily as it is earned.

    事實上,你認為所謂成功可以被金錢這種能夠輕易獲得但也很容易被花掉的東西權衡根本就不合理。

  • Yes, earning money is necessary for survival, but you don't allow it to be everything.

    沒錯,賺錢對於生存絕對是必要的,但金錢不是萬能。

  • Instead, you focus more on earning money to give back to your community of supporters, and your team members hard work, and to buy resources or ford experiences that help sustain and grow your business, projects and passion.

    相反地,你賺錢是為了回饋社會、回饋努力工作的隊友和投資在能夠使你的事業、專案或熱情永續成長的資源。

  • Seven, you don't believe in dream jobs, instead you believe in hard work.

    第七,你不相信「夢幻工作」,只相信「努力工作」。

  • Persistence is key.

    堅持是真理。

  • People often say there's no such thing as fairytale love.

    人們常說童話故事裡的神仙愛情都是騙人的。

  • The same goes for success.

    成功也是一樣。

  • Rather than daydream about the possibilities of what your ideal career entails, you go out and actively work towards building it.

    與其不斷地做白日夢思考自己理想的工作是什麼,不如踏出去並自己創造一個。

  • Overnight success is a myth.

    一夜致富是天方夜譚。

  • In order to reach your goals, you understand that sacrifice, hard work and failures are all essential components of the journey.

    為了達成你的目標,你理解犧牲、努力工作和失敗都是旅途上必經的過程。

  • In fact, that's what makes it all the more worthwhile.

    事實上,這些才是讓一切值得的東西。

  • If success was easily handed to you without a single day of sweat or tears, it would be hard to find meaning in it.

    如果沒有付出汗水和淚水就很輕易地得到成功,在這之中也很難找到意義。

  • But you also realize that success isn't everything.

    但你也同事理解了成功並不代表一切。

  • In fact, it's just a moment when you realize that, it's a humbling experience.

    實際上,成功就是當你理解了一切都無需自滿的那個瞬間。

  • Because you understand that success doesn't amount to much without the respect and love you have for yourself and others.

    因為你理解了如果不懂得尊重和愛戴自己還有周遭的人,成功根本就不重要。

  • What are your dreams?

    你的夢想是什麼?

  • Do you experience any of these signs?

    你有沒有曾經體會過這些跡象呢?

  • Let us know in the comments below.

    在底下留言區讓我們知道吧。

  • If you like this video, be sure to check out our website and other social media as well as our patreon account for more content.

    如果你想歡這支影片,記得到我們的網站或其他社群平台還有募資人的平台還看更多內容。

  • As always, don't forget to subscribe and thanks for watching.

    一如繼往,不要忘記訂閱我們頻道,謝謝收看。

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7 個看似奇怪但代表著你會成功的跡象! (7 Strange Signs You Will Become Successful)

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    Seraya   發佈於 2020 年 07 月 14 日
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