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  • a lot of people aren't used to that.

    很多人都不習慣這樣。

  • A lot of people aren't used.

    很多人都不習慣。

  • Thio work, life balance being completely 90 10.

    Thio工作,生活的平衡是完全90 10。

  • And a lot of people aren't used to taking risks like that.

    而且很多人都不習慣冒這樣的風險。

  • You know, even God for that.

    你知道,連上帝都為之。

  • I know that leaves room for people like you, and it does.

    我知道這給你這樣的人留下了空間,也確實如此。

  • But you have to have vision.

    但你必須要有遠見。

  • You have to be willing to stick it out there and take the heat if you want to go off and be in the frontline.

    你要想走出去,到前線去,就必須願意堅持下去,願意承受高溫。

  • But if you're gonna go off and be entrepreneurial, which I mean in a sense I got to say I think whether you work for a large corporation or whether you're starting a startup business at the age of 17 there much the same thing was there's no security in any of them.

    但如果你要去創業,我的意思是在某種意義上,我得說我認為無論你是為一家大公司工作,還是你在17歲時開始創業,都有很多相同的事情是沒有安全感。

  • So we're all entrepreneur pra neural at some level.

    所以我們在某種程度上都是企業家pra neural。

  • But to actually go out and start a business and put your life savings or borrow money and put other people's life savings on the line, you're gonna have an awful lot of sleepless nights is not gonna be comfortable being you is gonna be uncomfortable being you on.

    但要真正去創業,把自己一生的積蓄或借錢,把別人一生的積蓄都押上,你會有很多不眠之夜是不會舒服的,是你會不舒服的,是你上。

  • Then people dio I don't feel comfortable that is normal.

    那麼人家dio我不舒服那是正常的。

  • If you're not feeling comfortable, that is good.

    如果你覺得不舒服,那就好。

  • I always talk about the comfort zone.

    我總是說舒適區。

  • You gotta step outside the comfort zone.

    你必須走出舒適區。

  • You know, it's like a sort of, you know, when you start so the comfortable zone, you feel uncomfortable.

    你知道,這就像一種,你知道,當你開始 所以舒適區,你覺得不舒服。

  • And if you stay there for long enough, your comfort zone gets bigger.

    如果你在那裡呆的時間夠長,你的舒適區就會變大。

  • It's like the pebble dropped into the water.

    就像鵝卵石掉進水裡一樣。

  • The rings go out.

    戒指熄滅了。

  • You get more and more comfortable than you could handle more difficult things.

    你會變得越來越舒服,比你能處理更多困難的事情。

  • That's what generals do in war, you know.

    這就是將軍們在戰爭中的工作,你知道的。

  • So, yes, you've got to step outside.

    所以,是的,你得走出去。

  • It's gonna you're gonna have some sleepless nights on.

    這將是你要去有一些不眠之夜。

  • It might go wrong, and you might have to get up and dust yourself off and start all over again.

    可能會出問題,你可能要站起來撣撣身上的灰塵,重新開始。

  • But that's what business is really about it.

    但這才是商業的真正意義所在。

  • There's lots of different sorts of business, you know.

    有很多不同類型的業務,你知道的。

  • There's big corporate businesses, you know, we've seen in this country and over, like the Woolworth who we thought would last forever going bust.

    有大公司的業務,你知道,我們已經看到了在這個國家和超過, 像Woolworth誰,我們認為會永遠持續破產。

  • You know, I can't think of all the examples, but big businesses do go bust these days.

    你知道,我想不出所有的例子,但現在大企業確實會破產。

  • You know, things that have been around for years and years.

    你知道,這些東西已經存在了很多年,很多年。

  • That's big business run often by people with cufflinks and suits in big board rooms from the top.

    那是大生意,往往是上層帶著袖釦、西裝革履的人在大會議室裡經營的。

  • But modern businesses.

    但現代企業。

  • Fleet of Foot young.

    艦隊的腳年輕。

  • Um, it this new generation who are starting businesses are doing it with people with each other.

    嗯,它這個新生代創業的人,都是和人一起做的,相互之間。

  • They're great generation, their people, they trust.

    他們是偉大的一代,他們的人,他們信任。

  • They've got a massive work ethic to get things done on there.

    他們的工作熱情很高,能把事情做好。

  • Having fun doing it on.

    有樂趣做上。

  • I think that plays right the way through to customers wanting to be associating with companies who have got that kind of zest for life.

    我認為這對客戶來說是一種正確的方式,他們希望與有這種生活熱情的公司聯繫在一起。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • They always say the customer experience is a lagging indicator of company culture, right?

    人們常說客戶體驗是企業文化的滯後指標,對吧?

  • The customer feels the culture.

    客戶感受到的是文化。

  • Not a bad, not a bad analysis.

    不錯,分析的還不錯。

  • Yeah, but you don't.

    是的,但你沒有。

  • You don't design that.

    你不設計。

  • That happens through a natural thing, right?

    那是通過一種自然的事情發生的,對嗎?

  • I never designed any of our businesses, though.

    不過,我從來沒有設計過我們的任何業務。

  • They got strong brand identities now with you.

    他們現在有了你,有了強大的品牌形象。

  • I never designed it that way.

    我從來沒有這樣設計過。

  • I allowed it to grow from the people within it on that became the culture.

    我讓它從裡面的人成長為文化。

  • So it had some integrity to it, right?

    所以它有一定的完整性,對嗎?

  • It wasn't just dictated by you.

    這不僅僅是你說了算。

  • It was it was a planned in ah, in an advertising agency.

    它是它是一個計劃中的啊,在一個廣告公司。

  • That's for sure.

    那是肯定的。

  • It wasn't cynical in that sense.

    從這個意義上來說,這並不是玩世不恭。

a lot of people aren't used to that.

很多人都不習慣這樣。

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