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  • It's the end of 2020, and I just turned 30.

    現在是2020年底,我剛滿30歲。

  • In the last couple years, I quit my safe and lucrative career path as a plastic surgeon,

    在過去的幾年裡,我辭去了安全又賺錢的職業道路,成為一名整形外科醫生。

  • started 3 businesses, and learned many lessons along the way.

    創業3次,一路走來,總結了很多經驗。

  • To say it's been a crazy ride would be an understatement.

    如果說這是一次瘋狂的旅程,那就太輕描淡寫了。

  • These are the 5 lessons I've learned that I wish someone had told me sooner.

    這是我學到的5個教訓,我希望有人早點告訴我。

  • Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com.

    朱波醫生,醫派內參網。

  • The first lesson is to choose the type of life you want to lead and work towards it.

    第一課是選擇你想過什麼樣的生活,併為之努力。

  • Some want to dedicate themselves deeply to their work because they find it truly meaningful

    有些人想把自己深深地投入到工作中去,因為他們覺得工作真的很有意義。

  • and impactful.

    和影響力。

  • Others want to make money above all else, finding it more important than enjoying the

    還有的人想把賺錢放在首位,覺得賺錢比享受更重要。

  • work itself.

    工作本身。

  • And some want to optimize for freedom and lifestyle, where their expenses are covered

    而有些人則希望優化自由和生活方式,他們的開支都能得到保障。

  • and they have passive income streams to spend their time how they want.

    他們有被動的收入流,可以隨心所欲地度過自己的時間。

  • There's no right or wrong here, but the key is to be true to yourself.

    這裡沒有對錯之分,關鍵是要對得起自己。

  • Too many people get caught up in the game of virtue signaling by writing off money as

    太多的人陷入了美德信號的遊戲中,把錢寫成了

  • bad, implying they are morally superior than those who are wealthy or understand the purpose

    壞,暗示他們在道德上比那些有錢人高明,或者說明白了目的。

  • and value in financial security.

    和金融安全的價值。

  • Don't buy into this black and white thinking.

    不要相信這種非黑即白的思維。

  • I used to think that I wanted to work as hard as possible and achieve as much as possible

    我曾經認為,我想盡可能地努力工作,儘可能地取得更多的成就。

  • in my lifetime.

    在我有生之年。

  • After all, that's where I derived significant meaning and identified my self-worth.

    畢竟,我就是在那裡獲得了重要的意義,確定了自我價值。

  • But as I've gotten older, particularly in the last few years, I realize that this is

    但隨著年齡的增長,尤其是最近幾年,我意識到這是... ...

  • not a recipe for long term sustainable happiness.

    不是長期持續幸福的祕訣。

  • Given certain life events and circumstances, which we'll get to later in this video, I've

    鑑於某些生活事件和環境,我們將在本視頻的後面得到,我已經。

  • shifted more towards optimizing for freedom.

    更加轉向優化自由度。

  • While this isn't a singular goal, it is central to the vision I have for my future.

    雖然這不是一個單一的目標,但它是我對未來願景的核心。

  • Yes, I still crave intellectual challenge and want to follow my curiosity, which is

    是的,我依然渴望知識上的挑戰,想要追隨自己的好奇心,這就是

  • why I'll continue to build new businesses - it's fun.

    為什麼我會繼續建立新的業務--這很有趣。

  • And yes, I think helping others provides deeper purpose and satisfaction, which is why I love

    是的,我認為幫助他人可以提供更深層次的目的和滿足感,這就是為什麼我喜歡

  • reaching younger generations through my videos or helping aspiring doctors through my businesses.

    通過我的視頻接觸年輕一代,或通過我的業務幫助有抱負的醫生。

  • Second, seize the amazing opportunities afforded to us.

    第二,把握好給我們提供的神奇機會。

  • While many are focused on negativity and issues wrong with the world, don't let them cloud

    當許多人都在關注這個世界上的負面情緒和問題時,不要讓它們影響到你的生活。

  • your way of thinking or kill your optimism.

    你的思維方式或扼殺你的樂觀情緒。

  • We live in a time with unparalleled opportunity for those who are willing to take initiative

    我們所處的時代,對於那些願意採取主動的人來說,有著無與倫比的機會。

  • and work for themselves.

    併為自己工作。

  • The internet and the opportunities afforded in easy scaling and broad reach is paradigm

    互聯網和在易擴展和廣泛的範圍內所提供的機會是範式的。

  • shifting.

    變動的。

  • Regardless of what your ideal future life looks like, you can leverage the internet

    無論你未來的理想生活是什麼樣的,你都可以藉助互聯網

  • as the tool to accelerate the process.

    作為加快這一進程的工具。

  • If you want to maximize your impact and reach in helping others, the internet can help.

    如果你想在幫助他人的過程中最大限度地擴大你的影響和範圍,互聯網可以幫助你。

  • If you want to accelerate wealth accumulation, the internet has revolutionized that space

    如果你想加速財富積累,互聯網已經徹底改變了這一空間。

  • too.

    也。

  • If you seek freedom or fame, the internet can be leveraged for those outcomes too.

    如果你追求自由或名聲,也可以利用互聯網達到這些結果。

  • True freedom comes from building wealth, not from trading your time for money.

    真正的自由來自於積累財富,而不是用時間換取金錢。

  • Sure, having a high paying job like being a surgeon is fantastic, especially when you

    當然,有一份像外科醫生這樣的高薪工作是非常棒的,尤其是當你... ...

  • can take your high income, live off a portion comfortably, and invest the rest into assets.

    可以拿著自己的高收入,安逸的過一部分生活,剩下的就可以投資成資產。

  • But the key here is building assets, whether through investing from your job, or even better,

    但這裡的關鍵是積累資產,無論是通過工作投資,還是更好的投資。

  • building assets from the start, like a business.

    從一開始就像企業一樣建立資產。

  • As Naval Ravikant says, **code** and **media** are the new leverage.

    正如Naval Ravikant所說,**代碼**和**媒體**是新的槓桿。

  • You can do the same work, but that work can scale to reach far more people without any,

    你可以做同樣的工作,但這項工作可以擴展到更多的人,不需要任何。

  • or only minimal, additional cost.

    或只需支付最低限度的額外費用。

  • Combining the two is like cheating.

    兩者結合起來就像作弊一樣。

  • Build a following on YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, your podcast, newsletter, and wherever else

    在YouTube、Instagram、Twitter、你的播客、時事通訊以及其他任何地方建立追隨者。

  • by offering value for free.

    通過免費提供價值。

  • Then offer additional value with paid products that have no marginal cost of replication,

    然後用沒有邊際複製成本的付費產品提供額外價值。

  • whether courses, software, or scalable services.

    無論是課程、軟件還是可擴展的服務。

  • This isn't to say that to build a successful business, you should chase money.

    這並不是說要建立一個成功的企業,就應該追逐金錢。

  • Rather, provide as much value as possible up front, and later seek to monetize part

    而是在前期儘可能多的提供價值,後期再尋求部分貨幣化。

  • of that value exchange.

    該價值交換的。

  • Third, enjoy the journey.

    第三,享受旅程。

  • We set arbitrary goals and tell ourselves we'll be happy once we reach them.

    我們任意設定目標,並告訴自己一旦達到目標就會快樂。

  • If you set a goal to get into medical school and you get that acceptance letter, you'll

    如果你定下了考上醫學院的目標,拿到了錄取通知書,你就會。

  • be ecstatic for days, weeks, or even months.

    欣喜若狂幾天,幾周,甚至幾個月。

  • But at a certain point, your goals posts move, and now you're focused on doing well on USMLE

    但到了一定程度,你的目標崗位就會移動,現在你的重點是做好USMLE的工作

  • Step 1, and then crushing your away rotations, and then matching into a good residency program,

    第一步,然後粉碎你的客場輪轉,然後匹配到一個好的住院醫師項目。

  • and then becoming the best surgeon possible in residency, and then getting into a good

    然後成為最好的外科醫生 在住院醫生,然後進入一個好的。

  • fellowship, and then a good attending job.

    交誼,然後做好主治工作。

  • The destinations are brief blips on the map before we focus on the next.

    在我們關注下一個目的地之前,目的地是地圖上短暫的點綴。

  • Most of our time is spent on the journey.

    我們的大部分時間都是在旅途中度過的。

  • When I was in medical school and residency, I was grinding hard, denying myself much of

    當我在醫學院和住院醫師的時候,我很努力地磨練自己,否定了自己的很多東西

  • the freedoms and experiences that many enjoy in their 20's, even amongst my medical school

    許多人在20歲時享受的自由和經驗,即使在我的醫學院中也是如此

  • colleagues.

    同事。

  • I was working uphill, not only overcoming the additional challenges that come with inflammatory

    我正在努力上坡,不僅要克服發炎帶來的額外挑戰,而且要克服發炎帶來的額外挑戰。

  • bowel disease, but feeling the need to accomplish more in a compensatory way.

    腸道疾病,但覺得需要以補償的方式完成更多的任務。

  • I also was striving for plastic surgery, thus giving me additional reason to work harder

    我也在為整容而努力,從而給我增加了更多努力的理由

  • to have a realistic chance of matching into such a hypercompetitive specialty.

    才能有現實的機會匹配到這樣一個競爭激烈的專業。

  • As I turn 30, I realize that it’s ok to slow down at times.

    在我30歲的時候,我意識到,有時候慢下來也是可以的。

  • By pushing myself 10/10ths, I'm more likely to burn out or not enjoy the process as much.

    把自己逼到10/10,我就更容易倦怠,或者不那麼享受這個過程。

  • In comparison, by going 8/10ths, I achieve a roughly similar outcome in terms of achievement,

    相比之下,走8/10,我在成績上取得的結果大致相同。

  • but I'm simultaneously able to smell the roses.

    但我同時能夠聞到玫瑰的香味。

  • Fourth, understand we all play games.

    第四,明白我們都在玩遊戲。

  • The key is being aware of the game you're in and reflecting on whether it's a game that

    關鍵是要意識到自己所處的遊戲,並反思這是否是一場

  • serves you.

    為你服務。

  • Sometimes, this translates to comparing ourselves to others.

    有時候,這就會轉化為把自己和別人進行比較。

  • Did I accomplish enough by the time I hit 30?

    到了30歲,我的成就夠嗎?

  • Is my business growing fast enough?

    我的業務增長夠快嗎?

  • What about this other guy's business?

    那這另一個人的事呢?

  • Does my life and work have enough significance?

    我的生活和工作是否有足夠的意義?

  • Ultimately, comparison is a fool's errand for two reasons.

    歸根結底,比較是一種愚蠢的行為,原因有二。

  • First, understand you'd have to trade everything to be in their shoesyou cannot simply

    首先,你要明白,你必須交換一切才能成為他們的鞋子 - 你不能簡單地。

  • choose the good parts and leave out the bad.

    擇其善者而從其不善者。

  • In order to do so, you'd be sacrificing much that is great in your life for a different

    這樣做,你就會犧牲你生命中很多美好的東西來換取不同的。

  • mixed bag of good and bad.

    良莠不齊

  • And second, what utility does this mental exercise provide?

    其次,這種心理鍛鍊能提供什麼效用?

  • Comparing doesn't make you happier, more motivated, or improve judgement.

    比較並不能讓你更快樂,更有動力,或者提高判斷力。

  • It's simply a source of negativity, unless you are careful to approach it through a lens

    除非你小心翼翼地從一個角度來看待它,否則它只是一個負面的來源。

  • of learning from others.

    向他人學習的。

  • Upon deeper reflection, I've come to the following as good areas to prioritize:

    經過深入思考,我認為以下幾個方面是需要優先考慮的好地方。

  • First and most importantly, health.

    首先,最重要的是健康。

  • Without health, nothing else matters.

    沒有健康,其他的都不重要。

  • This is obvious when good health is out of reach.

    這一點很明顯,當良好的健康狀況無法實現的時候。

  • When I was hospitalized at 18, I didn't care about girls or being cool or my grades, I

    當我18歲住院時,我不在乎女孩,不在乎酷,不在乎成績,我在乎的是...

  • just wanted to stop the pain and get back to a normal baseline.

    只是想止住疼痛,回到正常的基線。

  • Without health, the significance of everything else is muted.

    如果沒有健康,其他一切的意義都是淡化的。

  • I cannot enjoy driving or watching a movie or spending time with friends, I cannot think

    我不能享受開車、看電影、和朋友在一起的樂趣,我不能想。

  • clearly, and I cannot live life intentionally, but rather from a position of compromise and

    清楚,而我也不能刻意去生活,而是從妥協和。

  • damage control.

    損害控制。

  • It was fine to push myself through this when I was younger, as I was hungry, determined,

    年輕的時候挺好的,因為我餓了,下定決心了,所以要逼著自己去做這件事。

  • and in a position in my life where I felt I had something to prove.

    而且在我的生活中,我覺得我有東西要證明。

  • Now, I don't care about that.

    現在,我不關心這個。

  • Health is too important.

    健康太重要了。

  • Second, sleep, which also helps with health.

    第二,睡眠,這也有助於健康。

  • After breaking the spell of being addicted to sleep deprivation, I realize how much better

    在打破了沉迷於睡眠不足的魔咒後,我意識到自己的睡眠品質有多好。

  • I feel and can think when I sleep 7 to 9 hours every night.

    每天晚上睡7到9個小時,我就有感覺,也能思考。

  • As often as I can, I sleep without an alarm and allow my body to wake up naturally.

    我經常睡覺時不設鬧鐘,讓身體自然醒來。

  • Third, relationships.

    第三,關係。

  • None of it is nearly as meaningful when you are by yourself.

    當你自己一個人的時候,都沒有那麼大的意義。

  • Celebrating is much more meaningful when surrounded by people you care about.

    當週圍有你關心的人時,慶祝活動就更有意義了。

  • And fourth, freedom.

    第四,自由。

  • I love working for myself.

    我喜歡為自己工作。

  • It has costs, namely the added risk, stress, and liability from being the boss, point person,

    它是有成本的,即作為老闆、指路人增加了風險、壓力和責任。

  • and one on the chopping block at the end of the day.

    和一個在砧板上的一天結束。

  • But I can create my own schedule, make decisions the way I see fit, not due to inefficient

    但我可以自己制定日程表,以自己認為合適的方式做決定,而不是因為效率低下

  • bureaucracies or office or operating room politics.

    官僚機構或辦公室或手術室政治。

  • I steer the ship and can make a larger impact that way.

    我掌舵,這樣可以產生更大的影響。

  • At a certain point, I'd like to take my freedom further where I can take a few weeks off and

    在某一時刻,我想讓我的自由更進一步 在那裡我可以休息幾個星期,並。

  • truly enjoy a vacation without having to respond to business emails.

    真正享受假期,而不用回覆商務郵件。

  • Or if I'm having issues with my health, to take time away and recover peacefully.

    或者如果我的身體出現問題,要抽出時間,安然恢復。

  • Fifth and finally, celebrate the small wins.

    第五,最後,慶祝小勝。

  • I've historically done a bad job celebrating things worthy of celebrating.

    我歷來不擅長慶祝值得慶祝的事情。

  • Birthdays didn't always require celebration, and achievements weren't to be dwelled on,

    生日並不總是需要慶祝,成就也不需要糾結。

  • but rather used as an opportunity to move the goal posts further.

    而是以此為契機,將目標崗位進一步提升。

  • If we only focus on what isn't good enough, what isn't working, what is broken, then we

    如果我們只關注不夠好的地方,不行的地方,壞的地方,那我們就

  • train ourselves to view our life through a lens of "not enough", through scarcity.

    訓練我們自己通過 "不夠 "的視角,通過稀缺來看待我們的生活。

  • If we instead take a moment to celebrate the small wins, treat ourselves to a special meal

    如果我們反而花點時間來慶祝小的勝利,請自己吃一頓特別的飯。

  • after an infusion, or do an outing to celebrate a business milestone, we can more readily

    在點滴後,或為慶祝業務里程碑而進行的郊遊活動,我們可以更容易地

  • tap into an abundance frame and a richer life experience.

    挖掘豐富的框架和更豐富的人生體驗。

  • To those on the journey, I say reflect often, read broadly, and choose your inputs wisely.

    對於那些在旅途中的人,我說要經常反思,廣泛閱讀,明智地選擇投入。

  • Much love, and I’ll see you all in that next one.

    很多愛,我們下一次再見吧。

It's the end of 2020, and I just turned 30.

現在是2020年底,我剛滿30歲。

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