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  • I dedicated the past two years to understanding

    在過去兩年中,我致力於了解

  • how people achieve their dreams.

    大家如何達成夢想。

  • When we think about the dreams we have,

    當我們思考我們所擁有的夢想,

  • and the dent we want to leave in the universe,

    以及我們想要在宇宙中所留下的印記,

  • it is striking to see how big of an overlap there is

    我們會很驚訝的發現,

  • between the dreams that we have and projects that never happen.

    夢想和未實現的計畫這兩者之間有多雷同。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • So I'm here to talk to you today

    所以我今天在這裡要說的是,

  • about five ways how not to follow your dreams.

    五種不追隨你夢想的方法。

  • One: Believe in overnight success.

    第一:相信一夜成功。

  • You know the story, right?

    你一定聽過這樣的故事,對吧?

  • The tech guy built a mobile app and sold it very fast for a lot of money.

    有個玩科技的傢伙做了手機應用程式,然後很快賣掉,賺了一大筆錢。

  • You know, the story may seem real, but I bet it's incomplete.

    你知道的,這故事聽起來很真實,但我跟你打賭這不是全貌。

  • If you go investigate further,

    如果你更深入的去了解的話,

  • the guy has done 30 apps before

    你會發現他已經開發三十個應用程式了,

  • and he has done a masters on the topic, a Ph.D.

    並且也得到相關領域的專家及博士頭銜。

  • He has been working on the topic for, like, 20 years.

    他在這個領域已經深耕了二十年。

  • This is really interesting,

    這真的很有意思。

  • I myself have a story in Brazil that people think is an overnight success.

    我自己本身在巴西就有這樣一個,大家都覺得是一夜成功的故事。

  • I come from a humble family,

    我出身於一個卑微的家庭,

  • and two weeks before the deadline to apply for MIT,

    在麻省理工學院入學申請截止的兩週前,

  • I started the application process.

    我才開始準備入學申請作業。

  • And, voila! I got in.

    然後,哇啦!我錄取了。

  • People may think it's an overnight success,

    大家可能覺得這就是一夜成功,

  • but that only worked because for the 17 years prior to that,

    但這是因為在那之前的十七年中,

  • I took life and education seriously.

    我都很認真看待生活與教育。

  • Your overnight success story is always a result

    這些你們所稱一夜成功的故事,

  • of everything you've done in your life through that moment.

    都是你生命中每一刻所付出努力的總和。

  • Two: Believe someone else has the answers for you.

    第二:認為別人手裡有你要的答案。

  • Constantly, people want to help out, right?

    總是有人熱心於給予幫助,對吧?

  • All sorts of people: your family, your friends, your business partners,

    各種類型的人:你的家人、你的朋友、你的工作夥伴,

  • they all have opinions on which path you should take:

    都對你的下一步有不同的看法:

  • "And let me tell you, go through this pipe."

    「我跟你說,這條管道才對。」

  • But whenever you go inside, there are other ways you have to pick as well.

    但不管你走哪一條,之後總有更多條路要選擇。

  • And you need to make those decisions yourself.

    而你必須自己去面對這些抉擇。

  • No one else has the perfect answers for your life.

    沒有人能給你的人生提供最完美的答案。

  • And you need to keep picking those decisions, right?

    你需要不斷為自己做出決定,對吧?

  • The pipes are infinite and you're gonna bump your head,

    這些管線永無止盡,你一定會撞到頭,

  • and it's a part of the process.

    但這都是過程的一部分。

  • Three, and it's very subtle but very important:

    三:這點很微妙,但卻十分重要:

  • Decide to settle when growth is guaranteed.

    在你生活一路平順時安定下來。

  • So your life is going great,

    當你的日子過得很好,

  • you have put together a great team,

    你有個很棒的團隊,

  • and you have growing revenue, and everything is set,

    你的收入穩定成長,一切都很好——

  • time to settle.

    是該休息的時候了。

  • When I launched my first book,

    我出版第一本書之後,

  • I worked really, really really hard to distribute it everywhere in Brazil.

    我非常非常努力在巴西的各個角落宣傳。

  • With that, over three million people downloaded it,

    因此,有超過三百萬人下載我的書,

  • over 50,000 people bought physical copies.

    五萬人以上買了實體書。

  • When I wrote a sequel, some impact was guaranteed.

    當我寫第二本書的時候,我的影響力已經得到了保證。

  • Even if I did little, sales would be okay.

    就算我沒做什麼努力,銷售量也不會太差。

  • But okay is never okay.

    但只有好是不夠的。

  • When you're growing towards a peak,

    當你已經朝著一個巔峰邁進時,

  • you need to work harder than ever and find yourself another peak.

    你就要更加努力去找尋另一個巔峰。

  • Maybe if I did little, a couple hundred thousand people would read it,

    如果我輕鬆面對,或許會有幾十萬人讀這本續作,

  • and that's great already.

    這樣當然已經很棒了。

  • But if I work harder than ever,

    但如果我付出前所未有的努力,

  • I can bring this number up to millions.

    我可以讓這個數字增加到幾百萬以上。

  • That's why I decided, with my new book, to go to every single state of Brazil.

    這就是為什麼我決定在巴西的每個州都宣傳我的新書。

  • And I can already see a higher peak.

    而我已經可以看見另一個更高的巔峰了。

  • There's no time to settle down.

    從來就沒有時間能夠安定下來。

  • Fourth tip, and that's really important:

    第四點,這點非常重要:

  • Believe the fault is someone else's.

    覺得錯誤永遠都是別人造成的。

  • I constantly see people saying,

    我常常聽到有人說:

  • "Yes, I had this great idea, but no investor had the vision to invest."

    「是呀,我之前有過這個好點子,但就沒人有遠見要來投資。」

  • "Oh, I created this great product,

    「噢,我做了這個很棒的產品,

  • but the market is so bad, the sales didn't go well."

    但因為市場環境不好,所以就賣不好。」

  • Or, "I can't find good talent; my team is so below expectations."

    或是,「我找不到人才,我的團隊太不符合期待了。」

  • If you have dreams,

    如果你有夢想的話,

  • it's your responsibility to make them happen.

    讓它成真是你的責任。

  • Yes, it may be hard to find talent.

    沒錯,人才或許難尋。

  • Yes, the market may be bad.

    沒錯,市場環境可能不好。

  • But if no one invested in your idea,

    但如果沒有人投資你的想法,

  • if no one bought your product,

    如果沒有人買你的產品,

  • for sure, there is something there that is your fault.

    那肯定有某部分是你的錯。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • Definitely.

    真的。

  • You need to get your dreams and make them happen.

    你要去追尋你的夢想並使之成真。

  • And no one achieved their goals alone.

    而且沒有人只靠自己就完成夢想。

  • But if you didn't make them happen, it's your fault and no one else's.

    但如果你沒有讓夢想實現的話,那絕對不是別人的錯,是你的。

  • Be responsible for your dreams.

    要為你的夢想負起責任。

  • And one last tip, and this one is really important as well:

    最後一點,這點也非常重要:

  • Believe that the only things that matter are the dreams themselves.

    覺得只有夢想本身最重要。

  • Once I saw an ad, and it was a lot of friends,

    有次我看到一個廣告,裡面有一大群好朋友,

  • they were going up a mountain, it was a very high mountain,

    他們正要爬山,那是一座很高的山。

  • and it was a lot of work.

    過程非常辛苦。

  • You could see that they were sweating and this was tough.

    你可以看見他們流著汗克服那些難關。

  • And they were going up, and they finally made it to the peak.

    他們繼續往上爬,最後終於攻上山頂。

  • Of course, they decided to celebrate, right?

    當然,他們該慶祝吧?

  • I'm going to celebrate, so,

    於是就開始慶祝了:

  • "Yes! We made it, we're at the top!"

    「耶!我們辦到了!我們攻下這座山了!」

  • Two seconds later, one looks at the other and says,

    兩秒過後,其中一個人看著另一個人,然後說:

  • "Okay, let's go down."

    「好了,我們下山吧。」

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • Life is never about the goals themselves.

    人生從來都不是只有目標而已。

  • Life is about the journey.

    人生的重點在於旅程。

  • Yes, you should enjoy the goals themselves,

    是啊,你當然該享受那些達成目標的時刻,

  • but people think that you have dreams,

    但人們總想像,當你懷抱著夢想,

  • and whenever you get to reaching one of those dreams,

    而實現了某一個夢想時,

  • it's a magical place where happiness will be all around.

    那將會是多神奇而美好的境界,充滿著快樂。

  • But achieving a dream is a momentary sensation,

    但實現夢想只在短暫的一瞬間,

  • and your life is not.

    而你的生命卻不是。

  • The only way to really achieve all of your dreams

    要實現你所有夢想的唯一辦法,

  • is to fully enjoy every step of your journey.

    就是盡情享受你在旅程中所踏下的每一步。

  • That's the best way.

    這就是最好的方法了。

  • And your journey is simple -- it's made of steps.

    你的旅程很簡單──它由你的每一步所組成。

  • Some steps will be right on.

    有些步伐會走得很順利,

  • Sometimes you will trip.

    有些時候你會被絆倒。

  • If it's right on, celebrate, because some people wait a lot to celebrate.

    如果很順利的話,就慶祝吧,因為有好多人等很久才能慶祝呢。

  • And if you tripped, turn that into something to learn.

    但如果你絆倒了,就將它轉變成為學習的機會。

  • If every step becomes something to learn or something to celebrate,

    如果你踏出的每一步都變成可以學習與慶祝的事情,

  • you will for sure enjoy the journey.

    你肯定會享受你的旅程。

  • So, five tips:

    所以,五點:

  • Believe in overnight success,

    相信一夜成功、

  • believe someone else has the answers for you,

    認為別人有你要的答案、

  • believe that when growth is guaranteed, you should settle down,

    在你生活一路平順時安定下來、

  • believe the fault is someone else's,

    覺得錯誤永遠都是別人造成的,

  • and believe that only the goals themselves matter.

    還有,覺得只有夢想本身才重要。

  • Believe me, if you do that, you will destroy your dreams.

    相信我,如果你做了這些事,你就能摧毀你的夢想。

  • (Laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

  • Thank you.

    謝謝大家。

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在過去兩年中,我致力於了解

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