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  • So the other day I was talking to a friend of mine, and we started discussing why some people are successful, while others are not.

    所以有一天我和我的一個朋友哈拉,我們開始討論為什麼有些人成功,而有些人不成功。

  • Unsurprisingly, whoever we talked about, he seems to know the reason behind his or her success.

    不出所料,不管我們談的是誰,他似乎都知道自己成功背後的原因。

  • But the common trade among all of them was that they all were lucky.

    但大家共同的行業是,他們都很幸運。

  • One way or another one is lucky because he naturally got a beautiful voice.

    一路走來,一個人是幸運的,因為他自然而然就有了一副漂亮的嗓子。

  • The others video simply went viral on YouTube, so that's also luck.

    別人的視頻只是在YouTube上傳播,所以這也是運氣。

  • The third one simply was born into a rich family, so he had all the opportunities in front of him.

    第三個乾脆就是出生在一個富裕的家庭,所以他有所有的機會擺在面前。

  • And that's the mentality of the victim.

    而這就是受害者的心態。

  • And it's so widespread in our society that most of us truly believe that's how it should be.

    而在我們的社會中,這種現象是如此的普遍,以至於我們大多數人都真切地認為應該是這樣的。

  • In fact, those who go through strategy and hardship in life we look at them ast week and we pity them.

    其實,那些在生活中經歷過策略和困難的人,我們看著他們 ast 周,我們憐惜他們。

  • But at the end of the day, you choose how these events are going to affect you.

    但在一天結束時,你選擇這些事件如何影響你。

  • You can view them as exciting adventures that make your life interesting or tragedies that will only make you miserable.

    你可以把它們看作是讓你的生活變得有趣的刺激冒險,也可以看作是隻會讓你痛苦的悲劇。

  • Let me just give you a very simple example off how the same incident can lead to people to think in two opposite ways.

    讓我舉一個很簡單的例子,同樣的事件如何導致人們用兩種相反的方式思考。

  • Let's say hypothetically, you had an accident and you survived, but unfortunately you lost your feet.

    假設說,你發生了意外,你活了下來,但不幸的是你失去了你的腳。

  • If you think of yourself as a victim, you will constantly remind yourself and the people around you that you went through this horrible accident.

    如果你把自己當成受害者,你就會不斷提醒自己和周圍的人,你經歷了這場可怕的事故。

  • And since then, you can't lead a normal and healthy life.

    從此以後,你就不能過正常健康的生活了。

  • Because of this accident, you couldn't realize your dreams, achieve your goals or start that business that you always wanted.

    因為這次意外,你無法實現自己的夢想,無法實現自己的目標,也無法開始你一直想要的事業。

  • On the other side, there are people who come toe absolutely opposite conclusions after the exact same incident.

    另一方面,有些人在經歷了完全相同的事件後,卻得出了完全相反的結論。

  • First of all, he's thankful that he only lost his feet and not his life.

    首先,他很慶幸自己只失去了腳,沒有失去生命。

  • It made him realize that life is short and he should take advantage off every minute off it.

    這讓他意識到,人生苦短,應該把握好每一分鐘。

  • And the fact that he survived such an accident, it's simply a miracle.

    而他能在這樣的事故中活下來,這簡直就是一個奇蹟。

  • So he spends the rest of his life energized passion and more excited to pursue his goals.

    於是,他在餘生中充滿激情,更加興奮地追求自己的目標。

  • You might have expected in this video to get some kind of financial advice on where to invest your money so that you can make even more money.

    你可能會期望在這個視頻中得到一些理財建議,告訴你該把錢投資在哪裡,這樣你就能賺到更多的錢。

  • But honestly, everything you need to know about money and investing is available all over the Internet, but you are not going to take advantage of them if you don't get out of this victim position where most people are and like to think about the example of 50 Cent, the rapper whose network is millions of dollars, he didn't have a good start.

    但是說實話,你需要了解的關於金錢和投資的一切知識,在互聯網上都可以找到,但是如果你不擺脫這種大多數人都是受害者的地位,你是不會利用它們的,喜歡想想50分的例子,說唱歌手,他的網絡是數百萬美元,他沒有一個好的開始。

  • In fact, he lost his parents at an early age.

    其實,他很小的時候就失去了父母。

  • But what's more fascinating about his life is that when he was 25 he was short nine bullets in his hand lip, both legs and chest.

    但他的人生更吸引人的是,在他25歲的時候,他的手脣、雙腿和胸口都短了9顆子彈。

  • Thankfully, he survived.

    幸好,他活了下來。

  • And instead of being afraid to take any risk again for the rest of his life, this incident made him absolutely fearless because he kinda have tested the death itself.

    而這件事讓他這輩子都不敢再去冒險,反而讓他絕對無所畏懼,因為他還挺考驗死亡本身的。

  • And there is nothing else left for him to be afraid off.

    而他也沒有什麼好怕的了。

  • Think about it.

    仔細想想吧

  • He was trying to get into the music industry, but he was also shot in his left cheek, which means he can't properly rap now.

    他是想進入音樂行業的,但他的左臉頰也被射中,這意味著他現在不能正常說唱。

  • But even with all of these injuries, he smashed everything and released his album and use the music industry as a gateway to financial freedom because he took the money that he earned from the music and invested it into multiple other businesses.

    但即使受了這麼多傷,他還是砸鍋賣鐵,發行了自己的專輯,並把音樂產業作為財務自由的通道,因為他把從音樂中賺到的錢,投資到了其他多項事業中。

  • Remember, most people do not consciously decide to be the victim.

    請記住,大多數人不會自覺地決定成為受害者。

  • The environment they grew up has taught them that the people they look upto acted like a victim, so they took an example of them.

    他們成長的環境告訴他們,他們所仰望的人的行為就像一個受害者,所以他們以他們為榜樣。

  • When you grow up in the family, where your parents constantly complain that everything is bad because of this uneducated pigs in the White House and the Congress, if only they did their job, the economy would be better off and we would not be in this dark financial position.

    當你在家庭中長大,你的父母不斷地抱怨一切都不好,因為白宮和國會中的這些不學無術的豬,只要他們做好自己的工作,經濟就會好起來,我們就不會處於這種黑暗的財務狀況。

  • It's pretty comfortable to be in this position because you're constantly hiding behind someone or something else.

    這個位置挺舒服的,因為你經常躲在某人或某物的背後。

  • Off course, it's by far, isn't easy to get out of this victim position, and you have to be mentally and spiritually strong in order to fight back there multiple videos on this channel that can help you, but they also created an entire course that's targeted to get you out of this victim mentality.

    當然,到目前為止,要擺脫這種受害者的地位並不容易,你必須在心理上和精神上強大起來,才能反擊有多個視頻在這個頻道上,可以幫助你,但他們也創建了一個完整的課程,有針對性地讓你擺脫這種受害者的心理。

  • Through building self confidence.

    通過樹立自信心。

  • The court is fully animated so that it would not just be helpful, but also interesting toe watch so that you can complete the course and get the best out of it.

    球場是完全動畫化的,所以它不僅會有幫助,而且有趣的腳趾看,這樣你就可以完成課程,並得到最好的。

  • If that's what you're interested in, you can find a link in the description.

    如果你對這個感興趣,你可以在描述中找到鏈接。

  • By the way, we have a special offer going on, so check it out anyways.

    對了,我們現在有一個優惠活動,所以無論如何都要去看看。

  • Thanks for watching.

    謝謝你的觀看。

  • And I will cut you in the next one.

    下一次我再砍你。

So the other day I was talking to a friend of mine, and we started discussing why some people are successful, while others are not.

所以有一天我和我的一個朋友哈拉,我們開始討論為什麼有些人成功,而有些人不成功。

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