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  • Confidence. You either got it or you don't, right?

    你不是非常有自信,就是很沒自信,對吧?

  • WRONG.

    錯!

  • You can achieve confidence through some very simple, but weird feeling methods,

    你可以透過一些非常簡單但奇怪的方法來獲得自信

  • in which you consciously hold your mind and your body in a different way.

    那是你有意識地以不同方式維持你的思維和身軀

  • First of all, you gotta trick yourself.

    首先,你必須哄騙你自己。

  • "Fake it until you make it."

    試著「假裝」自己直到達成目的!

  • There's a reason why everybody says this,

    大家都這麼說是有原因的

  • and it's because eventually, you'll start believing in your own lie.

    因為最後你會開始相信那出自於你的謊言

  • Now, the second part,

    現在,第二步

  • and the most awkward feeling is changing your body language.

    改變你的肢體動作最彆扭了

  • No hands in pockets.

    手不要插口袋

  • No wandering crazy eyes.

    眼睛不要飄移

  • No fidgeting.

    不要坐立不安

  • Stand up straight.

    站好

  • Pull your shoulders back.

    背打直不要駝背

  • Eyes ahead.

    直視前方

  • We have a tendency to go inward.

    我們往往都有向內蜷曲的傾向

  • What you need to do is very consciously go outward.

    你要做的就是有意識地向外表現

  • I highly recommend reading "What Every Body is Saying."

    我非常推薦《看穿肢體動作的真實訊息》這本書

  • It's a book by a former FBI agent about body language.

    這是一本由前 FBI 探員所寫關於肢體語言的書

  • And he teaches you "power poses"

    他教導你擺出「有氣勢的姿勢」

  • that they typically teach to authority figures to demonstrate dominance,

    那通常是他們用來教導權威人物展現出其支配力

  • and, you guessed it, confidence!

    還有,你猜到了 ! 就是自信!

  • Eye contact. It's incredibly uncomfortable,

    眼神接觸確實非常地不自在

  • but it can be a lot of fun.

    但它也可以很有趣

  • Challenge yourself!

    挑戰自我吧 !

  • Every time you and a stranger make eye contact,

    每次你和陌生人眼神接觸

  • force yourself not to be the one who looks away first.

    強迫自己不要先移開視線

  • I've gotten into a LOT of fun staring contests,

    我玩過許多有趣的瞪眼比賽

  • trying to challenge myself to do this.

    試著挑戰這樣做

  • Also, smile!

    並且,記得微笑!

  • Say hi to strangers.

    跟陌生人打招呼

  • Talk to people in line.

    排隊時跟其他人聊聊天

  • It's so simple.

    這樣做很簡單

  • But the more you do this, the more you realize you have nothing to be afraid of!

    但你做得越多,你越會意識到這一點都不可怕!

  • So as long as these strangers aren't offering you candy that you're inclined to accept,

    所以只要這些陌生人不是不懷好意

  • keep talking to them.

    就繼續和他們交談

  • Most importantly, get out of your own head.

    最重要的是,忘掉你自己!

  • Just get outta there! I do this by focusing on the other person.

    就忘掉吧!我透過專注在其他人身上來做到這一點

  • So when I'm in a conversation with someone and I feel self-conscious,

    所以當我與他人交談,而感到無法做自己時

  • I put ALL of my focus on them.

    我就把所有注意力集中在他們身上

  • What are they trying to say to me?

    他們想對我說什麼?

  • What are they trying to actually communicate?

    他們到底試圖說些什麼?

  • And if you can put 100% of your attention on the person in front of you,

    若你能百分之百將注意力放在你眼前那個人身上

  • then there's none left to think about yourself.

    那麼你就無暇去想到自己了

  • Finally, when you talk, (slowed) Slow. Down.

    最後,當你說話時,慢 ... 慢 ... 來 ...

  • Not that slow. But when we get excited, when we're performing,

    不用那麼慢,但當我們感到興奮,當我們在演出

  • or when we're nervous, our voices tend to go higher and faster,

    或很緊張時,我們往往會提高音量、語速變快

  • which is interpreted as nerves.

    而這就叫做緊張。

  • You know, when you see confident people,

    當你看見有自信的人

  • they walk and they talk and they act like they have all the time in the world.

    他們走路的樣子和談吐就好像他們有很充裕的時間

  • And there's power in taking your time.

    不著急,慢慢來,你會從中得到力量

  • There's no big secret to achieving confidence.

    要獲得信心沒有什麼大秘訣

  • There are actual steps that you can take to get there.

    你可以採取一些實際的步驟來獲得它

  • It's like any other skill.

    就像任何其它技能一樣

  • You practice, you work at it, and eventually,

    你練習,你努力,到最後

  • you've got the hang of it!

    熟能生巧!

  • And no one knows what you're thinking.

    而且沒有人知道你在想什麼

  • If you just walk and talk and act like you're comfortable in your own skin,

    如果你的談吐和舉止表現出對自己的模樣感到自在

  • the rest of us will believe it.

    那麼我們其他人都會相信的

  • And you'll be a better person for it. So good luck!

    而且你會因此成為更好的人,祝好運!

  • Afflicted, Inc., my second short film, should be out next week! Aah!

    我的第二支短片「折磨,有限公司」下周會上架喔!

  • I know I put a behind the scenes video out for Emergency Call,

    我知道我放了一支「緊急通話」的幕後花絮影片

  • which is our third short film,

    那是我們的第三支短片

  • and everyone was like "Where's Afflicted?"

    所有人都說「折磨,有限公司」在哪裡?

  • And it's been in post-production,

    它在後製當中

  • but it is finally almost done, it should be here next week,

    但快要完成了,下周應該會上架

  • I really hope you like it.

    我真心希望你們會喜歡

  • I'm super proud of everything I'm doing so far,

    我對自己到目前為止所做的一切感到自豪

  • and I feel like I'm getting better and I feel like I'm learning,

    而且我覺得我在進步,我感覺我也學習了不少

  • and if I keep doing this for just 10 years you know, I'll just be amazing!

    如果我持續這樣做十年,我相信我會變得很出色!

  • So, I'm having the time of my life. Honestly.

    所以老實說,我過得非常快樂!

  • And I could just..jizz. Everywhere. Like, "Thank you. Oscar. Oscar. Yes."

    開心到簡直高潮了!我就像領到奧斯卡獎一樣到處致謝

  • But speaking of how I can even afford to do any of these creative dreams of mine,

    但說到我是如何承擔這些美夢

  • thank you so much to Audible for sponsoring today's episode.

    真的非常感謝 Audible 贊助今天這一集的播出

  • You can go to audible.com/anna for a free audiobook of your choice.

    你們可以去 audible.com/anna 選一本免費有聲書

  • They have over 150,000 titles to choose from,

    他們擁有超過十五萬本可以挑選,

  • 12 of which are karma sutra books.

    其中十二本是慾經相關書籍

  • They have 12. Audio. Karma sutra books!

    他們有十二本慾經有聲書!

  • So how can you not go?

    你怎能不去聽聽看呢?

  • One thing I'm listening to right now is The Tommyknockers by Stephen King,

    我現在正在聽的是 Stephen King 的 The Tommyknockers

  • which I LOVE because I'm just fascinated with aliens, like, fascinated with aliens.

    我超愛它因為我對外星人很有興趣

  • But yeah, you can get that, or another free audiobook of your choice

    對,你可以選它,但你也可以選別的免費有聲書

  • at audible.com/anna. That's audible.com/anna.

    只要到 audible.com/anna,是 audible.com/anna 哦!

  • Thank you so much for listening, guys.

    非常感謝你們的聆聽

  • And watching, and supporting me,

    觀看我的影片並支持我

  • I appreciate it, like, so much. Have a good week.

    我由衷感謝,祝你們有個美好的一週!

  • Stay awesome, Gotham! CONFIDENCE!

    保持精彩,獲得自信吧!

  • Hi, I'm Anna Akana, I have a YouTube channel, currently.

    嗨,我是 Anna Akana,我現在有個 YouTube 頻道

  • I initially started getting into YouTube because I wanted more opportunities to act.

    我當初開始用 Youtube 是因為想要有更多演出的機會

  • As an actor, you wait around a lot for auditions, for your agent to call,

    身為一個演員,要等待許多試鏡機會,等待經紀公司的電話

  • and I wanted to do something more, and get better at storytelling.

    而我想要做更多事,並加強自己說故事的能力

  • So that's how I ended up on the internet.

    所以這是為什麼我建立這個線上頻道

  • So Afflicted, Inc. is the second short of the year,

    「折磨,有限公司」是我今年的第二支短片

  • it's about a company whose employees are actually personified afflictions.

    是在講一家公司的員工實際上是折磨的擬人化身

  • So they visually look like monsters.

    所以他們看起來就像是怪物

Confidence. You either got it or you don't, right?

你不是非常有自信,就是很沒自信,對吧?

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【Anna Akana】沒自信嗎?試試這幾招 (How to be confident // Anna Akana)

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