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  • Hey, it's Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be to create a business

    嘿,我是瑪莉.芙萊奧(美國跨多行業專家),你正在收看的是Marie TV,這裡能讓你學會創造你所熱愛的事業

  • and a life that you love, not to flip pizzas. And today is Q&A Tuesday and today's question

    與生活,不是翻披薩啦。今天禮拜2是問與答時間,而今天的問題

  • comes from Jessica and Jessica writes:

    來自潔西卡,上面寫道:

  • Marie, first off, you're amazing.” No, you're amazing. “Here's my Q. When

    「首先我要說,瑪莉,妳太棒了!」沒有,妳才是最棒的。「以下是我的問題

  • I first thought of this idea for my business I was like, "Oh my God, I'm a genius.

    一開始我為事業想到這個點子時,內心就想著:「喔我的天啊,我真是個天才

  • This is literally the best idea ever." I couldn't sleep, I spent every spare minute

    這真是有史以來最棒的點子了。」我根本睡不著,每一分每一秒,我都在

  • researching, jotting down more ideas, talking about it, and just being generally high on

    搜索資料,隨手記下更多點子並討論之,讓我對生活為之興奮了

  • life. It's been a couple of months, I've secured funding, and the website is in development,

    起來,這樣的情形持續好幾個月。我有資金的贊助,網頁也在建構中

  • and boom. Doubt creeps in. I've lost the buzz. Is there a secret to getting the mojo

    但突然間「碰」,疑慮出現了,我也失去那種奮鬥的感覺。有沒有什麼祕訣能讓

  • back about your business after time passes? I guess the excitement has phased into a concoction

    對事業的熱忱再回來,縱使時間不斷流逝呢?我猜這種興奮感,已經逐漸轉成不知所措、遲疑

  • of overwhelm, doubt, and stress. How do I make sure I'm in love with my business even

    與壓力的綜合情緒。我又該如何確保自己仍對工作有著熱忱

  • after the honeymoon phase? Thank you, Jessica.”

    就算我已經過了對工作的熱戀期呢?感激不盡,潔西卡。」

  • Jessica, I love this question. You know, so many of us can go from having a great idea

    潔西卡,我喜歡這道問題。妳知道,我們多半時候對於很有興趣的

  • that we're super pumped about and then we're super over it. That concoction that you talked

    事物,都抱持著偉大的理想,並且熱衷參與其中。而妳所提到的

  • about, the one of doubt, overwhelm, and stress, it is a buzzkill. And I don't know if you

    遲疑、不知所措及壓力的綜合情緒,確實是件滿令人掃興的事。我不清楚妳是否

  • know this, but I used to be a bartender and I used to make some pretty good drinks. So

    知道,我可曾經是一位酒保,總能調配出令人愛不釋手的飲料,所以

  • let me whip you up a concoction that'll get that good buzz going once again. (Passiontini? Come and right up. It's been a while.)

    就讓我來為妳調製一杯能夠讓妳再度重拾熱誠的飲料吧!(一杯雞尾酒是吧?馬上來!呃...我很久沒練了)

  • It's gonna be one part turning pro, one part big vision, and one part stay hungry, baby.

    寶貝,這將是一部份正向思考、一部分遠大目標以及保持野心

  • This is called the everlasting passiontini, shaken not stirred.

    這杯叫做地久天長雞尾酒,請你搖它,可別只是攪拌而已(譯註:passiontini為一種由百香果及石榴合調而成的雞尾酒)

  • Let's start with part one, which is all about turning pro. This is all about overcoming

    我們先從第一部分開始吧,也就是正向思考。這完全是關於克服

  • what my friend Steven Pressfield calls resistance. Resistance is that deadly force that pops

    我朋友史帝文.普萊斯菲爾德所說的「阻力」。阻力是一種不論你在試著處理一件(譯註:Steven Pressfield是美國知名的歷史小說、紀實文學與電影劇本作家)

  • up any time you try and take on a new creative project or you have a big new idea or you

    新的創意專案,或有很棒的新點子時,又或是你做出任何的努力來讓自己進步

  • make any effort whatsoever to improve yourself. Now, the whole secret here is recognizing

    都會出現的一股致命力量。而這其中的奧祕就是要體認到

  • that resistance is a natural part of the creative process, so I want you to expect it. This

    阻力其實是創意過程中很自然的一環,所以我要你預料到這一點,這樣

  • way you won't freak out the next time you start going on this path and then you realize

    的話,下一次你開始踏上這條路後,當你意識到「你知道嗎?我其實沒有自己想像中

  • you're like, “You know what? I'm not as big of a genius as I thought I was.”

    的那麼厲害。」出現這樣的反應時,就不會再被嚇壞了

  • So turning pro means rather than giving up when the self doubt creeps in, you use it

    所以,正向思考的意思,不是當自我遲疑悄悄出現時選擇放棄,而是應該將之

  • as fuel to keep going. And here's the thing, nobody, not me, not you, nobody escapes resistance.

    化為繼續前進的動力。重點來了,沒有任何人,包括你我,都無法逃出阻力的魔掌

  • It's kind of like gravity so you've gotta learn to deal with it and if you don't you're

    這就像是地心引力,你得學會如何處理它,否則你很有可能會陷入

  • pretty much toast. Now, we've already done a few awesome episodes on this topic and I'll

    泥淖而無法自拔。目前,我們已經做過幾集與這個主題相關而且很棒的節目,我會把連結

  • put the links below.

    放在下面

  • Next up is your big vision. So one of the reasons that most people hit a wall or they

    下一步就是要有遠大的目標。多數人處於撞牆期或是他們

  • lose that spark is they don't have a big enough or a compelling enough vision to pull them

    失去活力的其中一個原因,正是因為他們沒有足夠遠大,或是足以引起興致的目標,以促使他們

  • ahead. Here's what I mean. You can be motivated in one of two ways when you're trying to

    向前邁進。我的意思就是,當你試著要創造或完成一件事時,有2種方式

  • create or accomplish anything. You can try and push yourself to make yourself do it,

    可以給你動力。其一,你可以試著鞭策自己,好讓自己達成目標

  • which rarely works, or you can have a vision that is so exciting to you, so connected to

    但鮮少有人能成功,另一種方式則是,懷有一個能令你感到十分興奮、和你喜愛的

  • your heart, so meaningful, that it literally pulls you ahead. And it's not just about

    事物息息相關、很有意義的目標,這樣就能驅使你向前邁進。擁有一個遠大的

  • having a vision to pull you ahead, it really does have to be connected to something emotional,

    目標並不只是鞭策你向前而已,它對你來說必須要真的很有意義,能夠激起

  • something in your heart that is really meaningful to you. Now, here's a tweetable to help you remember.

    你的熱情、符合心中所想望。現在,這裡有一則推特轉發的訊息可以幫助你記得:

  • "You won't have to push yourself to keep going if you have a big enough vision to pull you ahead."

    「如果你懷有遠大的目標驅策你向前,就不必辛苦地迫使自己要往前邁進。」

  • So here's an example. At one point our big vision was to find our own studio for MarieTV.

    我舉個例子,有一段時間,我們節目的遠大目標是為MarieTV找到專屬的工作室,

  • Why? Because it was the biggest stress point in the business. Every time we wanted to shoot

    為什麼呢?因為這曾是我們公司最大的壓力源。每次我們想要拍攝節目時

  • the show we were like this little traveling caravan trying to find a place to do it in.

    我們就好像小型的旅行團到處找個地點來完成

  • So we realized, you know what, if we had our own studio we would eliminate the biggest

    所以我們意識到,你知道嗎,如果我們能有一個專屬工作室的話,我們就能消除我們

  • stress point in our business, so we set our big vision and we went to it. But here's

    公司的最大壓力源,因此我們設立遠大的目標並實行之。不過

  • the thing: it wasn't easy. If you know anything about real estate in New York you know it's

    重點來了,這一點也不容易。要是你對紐約的房地產還有點概念的話,你會知道那市場行情

  • not an easy market, you know, every time we went out to look at some place new it was

    都高得嚇人,你知道嗎,每次我們出去查看一些新的地方時,老實說

  • kinda sucky, it was small, it was really expensive, and, you know, not the kind of place we wanted

    還挺遜的,房間很小、又昂貴,而且你知道嗎,那也根本不是我們所想

  • to actually be in. So many times I could have thought, you know what? Let's just give

    待著的地方。所以好幾次我其實可以這樣想:「你知道嗎,不如我們

  • this whole idea up. Let's fire the broker, let's just keep doing what we're doing.

    就放棄吧。」我們把仲介商請退,我們繼續做我們在做的事情吧!

  • But that thought honestly never crossed our mind because we had such a huge vision for

    但那樣的想法老實說,卻從未浮現到我的腦海,正因為我們有著這個遠大的目標

  • what this could be and we had such a big emotional why that we stayed the course, and eventually

    知道這整件事情未來的可能,也因為我們有著這樣的狂熱,才能讓我們堅持到底,最後

  • we found our own studio.

    我們如願以償地找到我們的工作室了

  • Last part of the passiontini is you've got to stay hungry, Jessica, and hunger comes

    雞尾酒的最後一個部分,是你得保持野心,潔西卡,那股急欲追求成功的心

  • when there's a real gap between where you are right now and where you want to be. So

    正來自妳目前處境與心裡嚮往間的那道鴻溝。雖然

  • I don't know what really motivates you or excites you about your business. Maybe it's

    我不清楚在你的事業中,真正激勵你的是什麼,或許是

  • hitting a certain number of users, maybe it's reaching a certain revenue goal or having

    達到特定數量的用戶,或是達到一定的收益目標,又或是自己的影響力

  • a certain number in terms of your impact, but whatever it is you've gotta really stay

    到達一定的程度,但不管怎麼樣,你真正最應該做的就是

  • connected to it and stay hungry. That means you have to have something that's slightly

    維持你的野心。也就是說,你得懷有讓你長久下來,得以

  • out of your reach to keep going for over the long term.

    持續不斷向前邁進的動力

  • One way to keep your hunger from dying is to not talk your idea to death. So many people

    有個方法可以避免你的野心凋萎,就是千萬別一直重複你的點子,有太多人

  • do this and I wanna shake them. Here's the thing, when you talk about your idea to death

    這樣做,讓我很想搖醒他們。重點來了,當你無限重複你的點子時

  • it makes you feel falsely satiated. You know, we human beings are fueled by progress. It

    就會讓你感到自滿。你知道嗎,我們人類就是因為進步而得以往前邁進,它

  • makes us feel happy and it keeps us on track. But when you talk about something over and

    使我們感到快樂,並讓我們持續進步。但當你將一件事情一再地重複

  • over and over again, you almost trick yourself into thinking that you're making progress

    再重複時,你就像是騙自己有在進步

  • but you're really not. It's kind of like eating a Snickers. Totally empty calories.

    但實際上根本就沒有。這就有點像是在吃Snickers,熱量看似很高,實則毫無營養可言。(譯註:Snickers是全球最為流行的巧克力棒,美國Mars, Inc.製造,熱量相當的高)

  • Now, here's the best thing about passiontinis my dear, there's no alcohol and there is

    好了,親愛的,接下來才是這杯雞尾酒最棒的地方,裡面不含酒精

  • no hangover. And guess what? You can even pour some for your kids.

    也不會讓你宿醉。而你知道更神的是什麼嗎?那就是還可以倒ㄧ些給你的小孩喝呢!

  • Jessica, that was my A to your Q and I really do hope it helps. Now I would love to hear

    潔西卡,以上就是我針對你問題的解答,而我真的希望那能夠幫助到你。現在我很想聽聽看

  • from you. So have you ever lost the buzz over one of your big ideas? What happened? And

    你們的意見。你是否曾在想到很棒的主意後,便失去熱誠?事情來龍去脈為何?而你

  • what do you do specifically to stay connected to your passion over the long term?

    又是怎麼做,得以讓你繼續長時間地保持著熱誠呢?

  • As always, the best discussions happen after the episode over at the magical land of MarieForleo.com,

    如往常一樣,每一集結束後,在MarieForieo.com的奇幻國度裡,都會出現熱烈的討論

  • so come on over and leave a little comment now.

    所以現在就請你到網站上,留下你的想法吧

  • Did you like this video? If so, subscribe to our channel and of course we would be so

    你喜歡這部影片嗎?如果喜歡,請訂閱我們的頻道,若能將這部影片

  • appreciative if you shared this video with your friends. And if you want even more awesome

    分享給你的朋友那當然是再好不過了。如果你想要更多超讚的資源去創造你

  • resources to create a business and life that you love, plus some unexpected little updates

    熱愛的事業及生活,或者想要我只會在email裡提到的

  • from me that I only send out in email, come on over to MarieForleo.com and sign up for

    個人洞見的話,那就來MarieForleo.com網站,並且註冊以利收到電子報

  • email updates. Stay on your game and keep going for your

    的通知。繼續闖蕩你的事業,並繼續朝著你的夢想

  • dreams because the world needs that special gift that only you have. Thank you so much

    邁進,因為這世界正需要你那獨一無二的天賦。非常感謝你的

  • for watching and I'll catch you next time on MarieTV.

    收看,我們下回再於Marie TV上見囉

Hey, it's Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be to create a business

嘿,我是瑪莉.芙萊奧(美國跨多行業專家),你正在收看的是Marie TV,這裡能讓你學會創造你所熱愛的事業

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