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  • I often get the question why do people volunteer.

    常有人問我,為什麼人需要當志工

  • What is it that makes a person dedicate their time and effort

    要做這種奉獻時間和精力

  • to something without expecting money in return.

    卻沒有報酬的事

  • I think we can all agree that people don't usually do it

    我想大家都同意大部分人不當志工

  • because they get a couple of free drinks, a cool T-shirt, or a handful of stickers.

    是因為要去喝一杯,買件潮T,刺個刺青

  • What these people are doing

    以下這些志工所做的

  • makes them part of the volunteerism culture.

    形成了一種志工文化

  • And I would like to tell you

    而接下來讓我告訴你們

  • how volunteerism culture can change our world.

    志工文化如何改變這世界

  • This is Nowhere.

    這是非營利組織Nowhere

  • It's basically the European baby-brother of Burning Man.

    基本上它是美國火人節的小老弟

  • We base ourselves on the same principles

    Nowhere遵行同一套基本原則:

  • such as self expression, self-reliance, and inclusion,

    像是表達自我,自力更生及包容接納

  • and we basically do the same things as our friends in the US.

    我們做的事基本上也和美國的盟友相同

  • We go out into a desert area in Spain,

    我們進駐西班牙的沙漠地區

  • we build a settlement, we live there for a while,

    建立了一個基地,在那裏生活一段時間

  • and then we take it all down again, and we leave nothing but footprints.

    離開前就把基地拆了,甚麼都不留,唯有足跡

  • I've been involved with Nowhere as a volunteer for about five years now.

    以志工身分加入Nowhere已經有5年了

  • I started out decorating toilets,

    從裝飾廁所開始

  • and I ended up being in charge

    直到現在開始負責

  • of volunteer coordination, media, and currently, communication.

    團隊協調、媒體、最近還負責訊息傳播

  • Nowhere is completely depending on volunteers.

    Nowher完全仰賴志工

  • Without these people there would be no settlement,

    沒有這些人,就沒有建設

  • there wouldn't be any art, and there would simply be no event.

    不會有任何藝術作品,也不會有甚麼活動

  • I know people who dedicate months of their lives, every single year,

    有些人每年花一個月的時間

  • to make this thing happen,

    幫忙實現這計畫

  • and I know other people, who just dedicate a few hours during one afternoon.

    我也知道有些人,只幫忙下午幾個小時

  • The difference between them doesn't matter to us

    對我們來說這兩者的差別並不重要

  • because of another principle that we have in common with Burning Man

    因為一個和火人節一樣的基本原則

  • which is participation.

    就是「參與」

  • Every single individual is able to get involved

    每個人都能加入

  • whenever they want, in whatever way they choose,

    無論想從中獲得甚麼, 甚麼方式參與

  • regardless of their backgrounds.

    也無關身分背景

  • Because of this participation,

    因為參與Nowhere

  • I was able to learn a lot while working with the people at Nowhere.

    從和其他夥伴合作學到很多

  • For example, I learned to build a structure,

    例如,我學到怎麼建造房子

  • and I used to be someone

    但我曾是個

  • who didn't even know how to use a power drill.

    連電鑽怎麼用都不知道的人

  • I learned how to give myself a break, so as to not overwork myself,

    我學會適度休息,別讓自己過勞

  • and I learned how to prepare myself for a stressful situation.

    也學到如何因應緊張的突發狀況

  • I was also able to teach people.

    我也能教人

  • I was able to teach people how they could organize their teams,

    如何管理團隊

  • and help people dealing with stressful situations between individuals.

    幫他們處理人際之間的突發狀況

  • And this year, I'm going to go out there again,

    今年,我又要到那裡

  • and maybe I will be able to teach others how they can build their structures.

    可能也會教其他人怎麼蓋房子

  • Now, I am not saying

    聽著,我沒有說

  • we should go out to a desert all together and start building things.

    我們需要全聚在沙漠,建造某些東西

  • What I'm saying is that we should have a closer look

    我說的是我們該更進一步了解

  • at this participatory community, this culture of volunteerism,

    社區參與,志工文化

  • and see what we can take from that

    還有看看能從中學到甚麼

  • and implement that into our own lives to change our world.

    然後再將所學運用在生活,改變我們的世界

  • Because we might have all heard people say this,

    我們可能都聽過有人說、

  • and we might have said it ourselves from time to time,

    有時候連我們自己都這樣說

  • which is, "Why is nobody doing this, why this is not a project?

    :「為什麼沒人想做這個? 為什麼沒有這類計畫?

  • I wish someone would take this thing that I care about

    真希望我關心的議題有人去做做看

  • and turn it into something that I can contribute to?"

    然後有一些成果,讓我也能貢獻己力?」

  • In the community that I am a part of, we have a pretty simple answer to that:

    我參與的社群,對這問題的答案很簡單:

  • I can't wait to see you do it.

    我等不及看你去實行了!

  • And actually, when you consider it, it is that simple.

    事實上,仔細想想,這件事其實很簡單

  • If you come across something

    假如你遇見了

  • that sparks something in you, that sparks a passion

    能激起內心的某種事物,激起內心

  • that fills you with excitement, that you feel should happen,

    滿溢的熱情,讓你覺得這件事一定得實現

  • don't wait for others to take the initiative.

    那麼就別等別人當先發

  • Step up and do it.

    一步步實現他吧!

  • In this current society, it's really easy to think at that moment

    現代社會中,有些時候很容易覺得:

  • like, "My project will not be able to generate a profit,"

    「我的計畫不可能帶來效益,」

  • or "I won't be able to pay people for contributing to what I want to do."

    或「我怎麼可能付薪水給那些為我的理想貢獻的人?」

  • If we take this commercial idea away from it,

    如果能屏除這種商業利益思維

  • what you are left with, is a volunteerism project,

    最後要考慮的,就是志願服務計畫

  • and how to make a volunteerism project happen is by sharing five things.

    怎麼執行志工計畫,要藉由分享5件事來達到

  • The first one is definitely the easiest one,

    第一,也是最簡單的一步

  • which is share your idea.

    就是將你的點子分享出去

  • Communicate to people what that thing inside your head is

    和他人討論存你腦中的東西

  • that needs to come out.

    是有其必要的

  • Tell others about this thing that you want to do,

    告訴別人你想執行的點子

  • and this project that you want to start.

    、想著手的計畫

  • Sooner or later, while you keep on communicating this,

    沒多久,只要你一直和別人分享

  • you're going to come across other individuals,

    就可能遇到其他人

  • who feel the same way,

    對這件事有同感

  • who share that excitement for your project.

    對你的計劃有同樣的熱情

  • Or even better; you might come across people

    更棒的是,可能會遇見有人

  • who are able to add something to your project

    願意給你的計劃建議

  • and even take it to a higher level and improve it.

    甚至提升計畫層次

  • And before you know it, you might be sitting down,

    但在遇到這一切前,你得先坐下來

  • having a brainstorm, taking notes,

    腦力激盪,做些筆記

  • and taking the first steps into making it happen.

    邁出第一步讓計畫成真

  • And when it happens, share your knowledge.

    等計畫實現了,將知識分享出去

  • And it really doesn't matter if you have a degree

    而且這跟你是不是

  • of one of the most prestigious universities on the planet,

    讀名校

  • or whether you even haven't finished middle school.

    或你是不是中學沒畢業沒有關係

  • Every single individual, regardless of their backgrounds,

    任何一個人,無論身分背景

  • has valuable information that is worth sharing.

    都有值得分享的有用資訊

  • For example, I learned through another TED talk by Terry Moore

    比如說,我從Terry Moore的TED演講學到

  • that I've been tying my shoelaces wrong my entire life.

    原來我這輩子都用錯方法穿鞋帶了!

  • And I've been having a really good time sharing this knowledge with other people.

    我花一些時間將資訊分享給他人

  • Though this may sound incredibly trivial, unimportant, and really small,

    儘管這聽來只是件很小,不重要的小事

  • I can see the change that I can make for certain people,

    我看到有些人因此而改變

  • how that adds something to what they know.

    在已知的事上學到新東西

  • Just imagine if it would not be just this tiny little thing,

    試想如果這不只是剛剛那件小事

  • but something more important, something more essential.

    而是更重要,更需要的事

  • And the effect that can have

    這可能會影響

  • on the people that are involved with your project

    那些投身於你計畫的人

  • and the community around you.

    以及那個社群

  • And while that is happening, share your experience.

    一旦實現計畫了,請分享自己的經驗

  • Our knowledge would be nothing without the experience we have in life.

    如果沒有生命中的體驗,知識就甚麼都不是

  • Let's be honest, experience makes us amazing teachers.

    說真的,經驗使我們成為好老師

  • When I was out there at Nowhere and learned how to build structure,

    當我來到Nowhere學習如何蓋房子

  • someone needed to explain to me how to use that power drill,

    有人得向我解釋怎麼用電鑽

  • preferably, without hurting myself or others around me.

    而很成功地,我沒有傷到自己或其他人

  • This person took his experience to transfer this skill onto me,

    這個人將他的經驗轉化後,變成技巧教給我

  • and this way I was able to go home with whole new skill set,

    而這新知識新技巧是我能帶回家用的

  • I was able to build something, physically actually build a structure.

    我能建造一些東西,物理上就是蓋座房子

  • In daily life, this would never be possible for me

    在平常,我根本不可能學會

  • because it's not something I do for a living,

    因為這不是我的營生工具

  • and it's not something I have a degree in.

    也不是我的主修

  • By sharing our experience we are able to share

    透過經驗分享,就能和其他人

  • our skill sets with other people, we can broaden each other's horizon

    分享我們所學,可以拓寬彼此的專業領域

  • without dedicating ourselves to its study or taking up a new profession.

    也不用花時間去研讀或學新的專業

  • The next thing that I feel you should be sharing

    下一點也是最重要一點

  • is probably the most important one.

    我覺得你該分享的

  • We've heard this word a lot today

    其實我們剛剛也提過

  • - because actually, it's a pretty important word -

    -事實上,這個字很重要-

  • share your passion.

    分享熱忱

  • If you are starting this project, if you are doing this,

    如果你著手實行計畫,

  • if you're getting all these people involved,

    讓人們加入你的計劃

  • if you're dedicating all this time and energy into this,

    假如你奉獻所有時間精力於此

  • that must mean you're passionate about what you're doing.

    那就代表你對正在做的事充滿熱忱

  • And you need to share that, you need to show that

    也把這分享出去,秀給別人看

  • because passion is incredibly contagious.

    因為熱忱容易感染他人

  • It is able to take you, and the people around you, and your project,

    也能讓你、身邊的人、計劃本身

  • to a higher level

    達到更高層次

  • because it sparks more excitement in the people around you,

    因為這能激起你身邊的人更多火花

  • and it just improves the situation that you're in,

    也讓整件事更好

  • and you're always able to see new opportunities

    你也常常能看到新機會

  • and people will be able to bounce off of each other easier.

    人們也能更自然地分享彼此看法

  • The last thing I feel you should be sharing

    最後一件,我覺得你該分享的

  • is the answer to the question that we started with:

    是一開始問題的答案:

  • why do people volunteer?

    為什麼人要當志工?

  • Because it's fun. Because they enjoy what they do.

    因為這很有趣,人們熱在其中

  • Let's be honest, if you dedicate time and effort to something

    老實說,如果你將時間精力花在

  • without getting money in return, then why are you doing it?

    沒有收益的事上,那麼幹嘛要做這件事?

  • Again, we know it's not because you get free drinks,

    當然,不是因為能喝免費的酒

  • or a cool t-shirt, or a stack of buttons,

    有潮T,或一堆志工徽章

  • it's because you enjoy what you do,

    而是你熱在其中

  • because you enjoy what you take away from it as a person.

    你享受做為一個人,在其中能得到甚麼

  • I believe that everybody, at some point in their lives,

    我相信每個人,在生命中某個時間點

  • must have had this idea for a project

    會出現一些靈感

  • and most people probably didn't go through with it.

    但多數人不會去做這件事

  • Is it because you didn't feel it was worth it,

    是因為你認為這沒價值嗎?

  • because it wouldn't generate a profit?

    還是它不符成本效益?

  • Or you didn't have the time or the confidence to do it?

    又或者沒時間或信心完成它?

  • Think about that project you might have had in your head once,

    想想那些曾在你腦中閃過的計畫

  • and just consider it for a moment,

    花點時間想想

  • and then implement those five things that you can share into that idea

    然後把這五件你可以分享的點用在你的靈感

  • and think about what that could do for you as a person,

    想想看作為一個人你能做甚麼

  • how that could change the people that might get involved,

    這點子又是怎樣改變那些參與者的

  • and how that could contribute to your community,

    以及對你的社群有甚麼貢獻

  • and how that could change your world.

    這計畫又是怎麼改變你的世界?

  • I can't wait to see you do it!

    我等不及看你去實行了!

  • Thank you.

    謝謝

  • (Applause)

I often get the question why do people volunteer.

常有人問我,為什麼人需要當志工

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