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  • Almost 50 percent of everything you do are habits.

    你所做的一切,幾乎50%都是習慣。

  • Starting from the time you wake up to how you brush your teeth to what you eat on breakfast.

    從起床的時間開始,到如何刷牙,再到早餐吃什麼。

  • We humans, by our nature, are creatures of habits because your brain always looks for

    我們人類的本質,是習慣的生物,因為你的大腦總是在尋找

  • shortcuts, and then these shortcuts slowly turn into habits.

    捷徑,然後這些捷徑慢慢變成習慣。

  • Which means if you develop bad habits, your life will slowly turn into a miserable, mediocre

    也就是說,如果你養成了壞習慣,你的生活就會慢慢變成一個悲慘的、平庸的。

  • life.

    生命。

  • And over time, that will seem normal to you, but that also means that if you can develop

    隨著時間的推移,你會覺得這很正常,但這也意味著,如果你能開發出

  • the right habits, you can turn your life into a more productive, successful, and happier

    正確的習慣,你可以把你的生活變成一個更有效率、更成功、更快樂的生活。

  • life.

    生命。

  • Hey friends, welcome back to the channel.

    嘿,朋友們,歡迎回到頻道。

  • If you're new around here, we talk about investing, the stock market, and productivity, so if

    如果你是新來的,我們談論的是投資、股市和生產力,所以如果是

  • you want to learn how to invest and be aware of what's happening in the world of finance,

    你想學習如何投資,瞭解金融界的情況。

  • make sure to subscribe and hit that bell button.

    一定要訂閱並按下那個鈴鐺鍵。

  • Today we are going to talk about the habits that are literally destroying your life and

    今天,我們要談的是那些正在從字面上摧毀你的生活和習慣。

  • making you miserable.

    讓你痛苦。

  • You can't be building wealth while your life is mediocre.

    你不能在平庸的生活中積累財富。

  • So if you want to make this year far better than last year, get rid of these 5 habits

    所以,如果你想讓今年遠比去年好,請擺脫這5個習慣。

  • that are stopping you from getting rich and achieve your goals.

    阻礙你致富和實現目標的因素。

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  • Not thinking long term

    不從長計議。

  • When we see a successful person, we tend to think that they might be smart, talented,

    當我們看到一個成功人士時,往往會認為他可能很聰明,很有才華。

  • or just pure genius.

    或者只是純粹的天才。

  • Of course, that's true to a certain extend.

    當然,這在一定程度上是正確的。

  • However, multiple studies have shown that the number one reason that sets successful

    然而,多項研究表明,集成功的首要原因是。

  • people apart from the rest is the ability to delay gratification.

    人區別於其他人的是延遲滿足的能力。

  • It is when you resist the temptation of an immediate smaller reward in order to receive

    就是當你為了得到眼前較小的報酬而抵制誘惑的時候。

  • a more substantial reward later.

    以後會有更豐厚的回報。

  • It's when you stop scrolling your Instagram feed and get back to work.

    當你停止滾動你的Instagram飼料,並回到工作。

  • Or stop watching YouTube and start getting ready for tomorrow's test or hit the gym at

    或者停止看YouTube,開始為明天的考試做準備,或者去健身房鍛鍊。

  • night instead of going to a party.

    晚上,而不是去參加聚會。

  • The research shows that being able to delay gratification is a great habit.

    研究表明,能夠延遲滿足是一個很好的習慣。

  • It leads to academic success, physical health, psychological health, and social competence.

    它能帶來學業成功、身體健康、心理健康和社會能力。

  • That doesn't mean you should completely ignore the present and just focus on the future.

    這並不意味著你應該完全忽略現在,只關注未來。

  • Being able to live in the present all the time is another great habit that you should

    能夠一直活在當下,是你應該養成的另一個好習慣。

  • be building if you want to be successful in the traditional meaning.

    如果你想在傳統意義上獲得成功,正在建設。

  • Take successful athletes, for example, on the pitch.

    以成功的運動員為例,在球場上。

  • They play around with the ball as if they have been born to become athletes; however,

    他們玩起球來,彷彿天生就是要成為運動員的;然而。

  • behind the scenes, they probably have been training for the last 10 or 15 years just

    在幕後,他們可能已經訓練了過去10年或15年,只是。

  • to perform that trick better than everyone else on the pitch, so to become a successful

    在球場上比其他所有人都能更好地施展那一招,所以要想成為一個成功的人

  • athlete, you cant be expecting to be rewarded right after each training session, you have

    運動員,你不能期望在每次訓練後都能得到獎勵,你必須

  • to understand that you might need to work super hard for years to achieve any meaningful

    要知道,你可能需要超常的努力工作多年,以實現任何有意義的。

  • results.

    結果。

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    2.

  • Arguing with dumb people

    與啞巴爭論

  • We all have been into many arguments, and many of them didn't end well.

    我們都曾陷入過很多爭吵,很多爭吵都沒有好結果。

  • You either lose the argument or lose the relationship if you end up winning.

    如果你最終贏了,你要麼輸掉這場爭論,要麼輸掉這段關係。

  • You are basically losing something anyway.

    反正你基本上是損失了一些東西。

  • First of all, everyone can have an opinion, and everyone is free to stick to what they

    首先,每個人都可以有自己的觀點,每個人都可以自由地堅持自己的觀點。

  • believe, and wasting hours and hours to convince someone who doesn't want to be convinced is

    相信,並浪費幾個小時和時間來說服一個誰不想被說服的人是

  • a waste of time, especially when that person believes with his heart and soul that he has

    浪費時間,尤其是當這個人全心全意地相信他已經...。

  • the only truth.

    唯一的真理。

  • There is no way he could possibly be wrong.

    他不可能會錯。

  • Mark Twain once said: "Never argue with stupid people; they will drag you down to their level

    馬克-吐溫曾經說過:"永遠不要和愚蠢的人爭論,他們會把你拖到他們的水準

  • and then beat you with experience."

    然後用經驗打敗你。"

  • This is one of the most important things I have ever learned.

    這是我所學到的最重要的東西之一。

  • If you argue with someone about something that the other person is ignorant about but

    如果你和別人爭論的事情,對方是無知的,但是

  • still wants to prove that he is right, then what's the point of the argument.

    還想證明自己是對的,那麼爭論的意義何在。

  • In my experience, it's just better to ignore those kinds of arguments.

    根據我的經驗,最好不要理會這類爭論。

  • You don't have to waste your time and energy on those kinds of people.

    你沒必要把時間和精力浪費在這種人身上。

  • Bernard Shaw once said: "I learned long ago, never to wrestle with a pig.

    蕭伯納曾經說過:"我早就學會了,永遠不要和一頭豬摔跤。

  • You get dirty, and besides, the pig likes it."

    你弄髒了,而且,豬也喜歡這樣。"

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    3.

  • Wasting too much time on social media

    在社交媒體上浪費太多時間

  • Did you know that an average person uses at least 2 hours every single day browsing his

    你知道嗎,一個普通人每天至少要用2個小時來瀏覽他的網站。

  • news feed on social media?

    社交媒體上的新聞源?

  • That might not sound like a big number, but it adds up to over five years over a lifetime.

    這聽起來可能不是一個很大的數字,但一輩子加起來超過5年。

  • That's enough time to be a world-class expert at five different things if you spend 10 thousand

    如果你花一萬塊錢,就足以成為五個不同領域的世界級專家。

  • hours mastering each of them.

    掌握其中每一項的時間。

  • But that's just the tip of an iceberg because when it comes to kids and teenagers, they

    但這只是冰山的一角,因為說到孩子和青少年,他們

  • spend up to 8 hours of their day on this thing that's called social media.

    花費高達8小時 他們的一天 在這個東西 這就是所謂的社交媒體。

  • And this number is only getting higher, and in a matter of years, you might find yourself

    而這個數字只會越來越高,在幾年內,你可能會發現自己

  • spending as much time on Facebook, Instagram and youtube as you spend on sleeping.

    花在Facebook、Instagram和youtube上的時間和你花在睡覺上的時間一樣多。

  • Ridiculers!

    荒謬的人!

  • But how on earth we ended up like this?

    但我們到底是怎麼落得如此下場的?

  • Just last year, Facebook made over 78 billion dollars in revenue.

    就在去年,Facebook的收入超過780億美元。

  • To put that number into perspective, that's twice bigger than the entire budget of Ukraine,

    要說這個數字,比烏克蘭的整個預算還要大一倍。

  • which is the largest country in Europe.

    是歐洲最大的國家。

  • And the big chunk of that amount Facebook spends of figuring out how to make their platform

    而這其中,Facebook花在如何讓自己的平臺變得更有價值的大塊錢。

  • as addictive as possible.

    儘可能的讓人上癮。

  • Besides them, you have youtube, Snapchat, and other social media companies trying to

    除了他們,你還有youtube、Snapchat和其他社交媒體公司試圖

  • do the exact same thing!

    做同樣的事情!

  • Because the longer you stay on their platform, the more money they are going to make, it's

    因為你在他們平臺上呆的時間越長,他們賺的錢就越多,這就是

  • that simple?!

    就這麼簡單?

  • Unfortunately, they have figured out a way to manipulate us.

    不幸的是,他們已經找到了操縱我們的方法。

  • There is a little chemical in your brain that's known as Dopamine.

    在你的大腦裡有一種小的化學物質,被稱為多巴胺。

  • It constantly searches for a reward because Every time it gets it, it spikes and makes

    它不斷地尋找獎勵,因為每當它得到獎勵時,它就會興奮起來,使

  • you feel good.

    你感覺良好。

  • That's why you constantly check your phone every time it buzzes.

    所以每次手機嗡嗡響的時候,你都會不斷地檢查手機。

  • When someone likes or comments on your picture or, God forbid, Follows you, your dopamine

    當有人在你的照片上點贊或評論,或者,上帝保佑,關注你,你的多巴胺。

  • surges!

    澎湃!

  • And when your brain knows that it can get an easy dopamine spike, it will constantly

    當你的大腦知道它能輕易地獲得多巴胺的刺激時,它會不斷地...

  • push you to check your Instagram even when your phone doesn't even buzzes, and that's

    當你的手機連嗡嗡聲都沒有的時候,也會推送你去查看你的Instagram,那就是

  • known as Phantom vibration syndrome.

    稱為幻振綜合徵。

  • I guess it's impossible to completely stop using social media today because you have

    我想今天不可能完全停止使用社交媒體,因為你有

  • to somehow keep in touch with your friends, colleagues, and relatives but don't make it

    以某種方式與你的朋友、同事和親戚保持聯繫,但不要讓它。

  • a habit since it will slowly ruin your life.

    習慣,因為它會慢慢毀掉你的生活。

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    4.

  • SittingRegardless of who you or where you are, you

    無論你是誰,無論你身處何方,你都會坐在

  • definitely sit a lot.

    肯定會坐很多。

  • And that's normal in today's world.

    而這在當今世界是很正常的。

  • Think about it, when you wake up, the first thing that you do is sit down and have breakfast,

    想想看,當你醒來後,第一件事就是坐下來吃早餐。

  • then you get into your car or a bus to sit and get to your workplace, and once you are

    然後你坐上你的車或公車去坐,去你的工作地點,一旦你是

  • there, you are probably going to sit for hours to do your job, and when you get back home,

    在那裡,你可能要坐幾個小時的時間來做你的工作,當你回到家。

  • you will sit again to relax and watch something.

    你會再次坐下來放鬆,看一些東西。

  • You might not see anything wrong with that, but our bodies weren't built to sit all the

    你可能不覺得有什麼不妥,但我們的身體不是為了一直坐著而建造的。

  • time but rather were built to move.

    時間,而是為移動而建。

  • That's why sitting is very unhealthy.

    所以坐著是非常不健康的。

  • I know the idea that sitting can be harmful seems insane at first though because sitting

    我知道,坐著會有害的想法,雖然一開始看起來很瘋狂,因為坐著

  • is our default posture when we work, study, socialize, or travel.

    是我們工作、學習、社交、旅遊時的默認姿勢。

  • However, studies after studies have proven that it's one of those things that is slowly

    然而,一次又一次的研究證明,這是一種慢慢的

  • killing you from inside.

    從內部殺死你。

  • When you sit down, your blood flows significantly slows down, and it creates pressure and makes

    當你坐下來的時候,你的血液流速明顯減慢,它產生了壓力,使你的血液流速降低。

  • it difficult for your heart to pump blood.

    你的心臟難以泵血。

  • In fact, studies have shown that sitting more than 10 hours a day can lead you to develop

    事實上,研究表明,每天坐著超過10個小時,會導致你患

  • heart diseases, diabetes, or cancer.

    心臟病、糖尿病或癌症。

  • For instance, if you stand up and move every 15 minutes, you are going to live significantly

    例如,如果你每隔15分鐘就站起來活動一下,你的壽命就會大大增加。

  • longer than someone who would move every half an hour.

    比每隔半小時就會移動一次的人要長。

  • When you are sitting, you slow down your blood flow and limit the amount of oxygen getting

    當你坐著的時候,你會減慢你的血液流動,限制氧氣的獲取量。

  • into your bloodstream, which eventually slows down your brain.

    進入你的血液,最終使你的大腦變慢。

  • In other words, sitting down to focus is a bad idea, which sounds insane.

    換句話說,坐下來集中精力是個壞主意,這聽起來很瘋狂。

  • And we didn't even talk about possible back problems.

    而且我們甚至沒有談及可能的背部問題。

  • So what should you do?

    那你應該怎麼做呢?

  • Move

    快走!

  • 5.

    5.

  • Comparing yourself to othersDo you sometimes feel like you are falling

    將自己與他人比較
,你有時會覺得自己在墮落嗎?

  • behind?

    後面的?

  • As if everyone is doing something important and achieve great stuff while you are not

    彷彿大家都在做一些重要的事情,取得了偉大的成就,而你卻沒有。

  • I mean, some people are already planning to visit Mars while you can't even find a job.

    我的意思是,有些人已經計劃去火星,而你卻連工作都找不到。

  • People out there are changing the world, making billions of dollars, while you can't even

    外面的人正在改變世界,賺取數十億美元,而你卻連...

  • figure out what you want out of life.

    弄清楚你想要的生活是什麼。

  • Even if you put aside those who are much older

    撇開那些年長的人不談

  • than you and argue that you still got time to achieve what they have achieved, you still

    比你,並爭辯說,你還有時間來實現他們所取得的成就,你仍然。

  • can find a lot of people at your age who have achieved the level of success that you can

    可以找到很多人在你這個年齡段已經達到了成功的程度,你可以。

  • only dream about.

    只會做夢

  • It completely destroys your self-esteem.

    它完全摧毀了你的自尊心。

  • And that's the problem.

    這就是問題所在。

  • You don't understand that your life is yours, and it is different from any other life that

    你不明白,你的生活是你的,它和其他任何生活都不一樣。

  • has ever existed.

    曾經存在過。

  • You cant compare your life to anyone else, even to the people who are around you, who

    你不能把你的生活和別人相比,甚至和你身邊的人相比,他們也不能和你相比。

  • are doing the exact same thing that you are doing, who are influenced by the same factors

    和你做著同樣的事情,受同樣的因素影響。

  • that you're influenced.

    你被影響了。

  • At the end of the day, you are a completely different identity, with a different mindset,

    到了最後,你是完全不同的身份,不同的心態。

  • strengths, and weakness than anyone else.

    長處,和弱點比誰都清楚。

  • Our school system has made us think that we all should move in the same direction at the

    我們的學校制度讓我們認為,我們應該在同一時間朝同一個方向前進。

  • same speed.

    同樣的速度。

  • We all start school almost at the same age.

    我們幾乎都是在同一年齡段開始上學的。

  • We move from one grade to another at the same time and then get into college.

    我們同時從一個年級升到另一個年級,然後考上大學。

  • This process has shaped our idea of life that we are all identical, with similar passion,

    這個過程形成了我們的生活理念,我們都是相同的,有著相似的激情。

  • goals, and opportunities, and so on, when in reality, we are not.

    目標和機會等等,而實際上,我們並沒有。

  • Life doest provide you with a fixed timeline, but rather it's very unpredictable and spontaneous.

    生活並沒有給你提供一個固定的時間線,而是非常不可預知和自發的。

  • If one has achieved something at a certain age doesn't make it necessary for others to

    如果一個人在某一年齡段取得了成就,並不意味著其他人也要取得成就。

  • achieve the same thing.

    達到同樣的目的。

  • Some people achieve financial success at an early age, while others create a loving family

    有的人年紀輕輕就取得了經濟上的成功,而有的人卻創造了一個充滿愛的家庭。

  • at that time.

    當時。

  • And this is something that you have to accept.

    而這是你必須接受的事情。

  • Your life is your journey that you are going to create, and it's going to be different

    你的人生就是你要創造的旅程,它將會是不一樣的。

  • from everyone else, so stop comparing yourself!

    和別人不一樣,所以不要再比了!

  • I hope you guys have enjoyed this video and if you did give it a thumbs up, and if you're

    我希望你們喜歡這段視頻,如果你們喜歡的話,請豎起大拇指,如果你們是

  • new around here then make sure to subscribe and turn on your notifications thanks for

    新來的朋友,請務必訂閱並打開您的通知,感謝您的支持

  • watching and until next time.

    看著,直到下一次。

Almost 50 percent of everything you do are habits.

你所做的一切,幾乎50%都是習慣。

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破壞你成功的5個習慣 (5 Habits That DESTROY Your Success)

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