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  • Everyone has experienced that overwhelming feeling that your life is one giant mess.

    每個人都曾有過一種無法抗拒的感覺,認為自己的人生一團混亂。

  • As a student, parent or average person you've got a lot going on

    作為一名學生、父母或一般人,你有許多需要做的事情。

  • and it can be a real challenge to get in control and stay there.

    而如何掌控與做好這些事,成為一個很大的挑戰。

  • So what's the best way to get your life organized?

    所以什麼才是讓生活更有規劃的最佳方法呢?

  • I asked Nicole from NeatNik for her advice, because she is a professional organizer.

    我詢問了 NeatNik 的 Nicole,她是一名專業的組織者。

  • It turns out there are 6 habits highly organized people have in common.

    結果發現高度自律的人共同擁有了 6 大習慣。

  • What's really interesting about these top tips is you can apply them to organizing anything, not just a physical space.

    真正有趣的是你可以應用這些高級訣竅來組織任何事物,不限於實體空間。

  • Now you might be wondering why you should even care about being organized so let's see if any of these reasons blow your hair back.

    現在你可能想知道為何需要在意「有條理」這件事,所以就來看看這些理由能否說服你。

  • You'll be more focused on what you want to achieve, be able to prioritize your tasks, and set and achieve your goals more efficiently.

    你能更專注於想達成的事情,能按照優先順序來安排任務,並更有效率地設定且完成目標。。

  • You'll manage your time more effectively, work more economically and be more productive.

    你能高效地管理自己的時間,更經濟有效地工作,還有變得更具有生產力。

  • You'll be less stressed, achieve more balance in your life and be more flexible.

    你能減低壓力,達成生活中的平衡,並更有靈活性。

  • And you might even have more energy and enthusiasm once you've achieved freedom from chaos.

    在成功脫離混亂的生活後,你甚至可能獲得更多的精力與熱情。

  • Sound good?

    聽起來很不錯?

  • Ok, here's how to do ithabit number one.

    現在就來介紹達成的方法 — 第一個習慣。

  • Keep it simple.

    保持簡單。

  • Elaborate organizational systems are hard to maintain, and most of the timethey're not worth the effort.

    精細的組織系統很難維護,而且大多數時候它不值得我們投入太多心力。

  • Whether you're organizing your sock drawer or your class notes, have as few steps as possible, otherwise it'll be too frustrating to maintain over time.

    無論你在規劃你的襪子櫃或課堂筆記,都盡量以最少的步驟來安排,否則這些事情將讓你感到很挫敗,進而不能長期維護。

  • Going crazy with a fancy color coding system might look pretty cool, but the effort can outweigh the benefits.

    瘋狂著迷於使用花俏的顏色編碼系統,看起來可能相當酷炫,但你投入的精力將超過所獲得的好處。

  • Choose a system that's easy to use, and you'll become more productive, not less.

    選擇能輕鬆使用的系統,會讓你具有更多生產力。

  • Develop routines.

    建立慣例。

  • If there are things you have to do every day or week, create set routines about when and how you do them.

    如果你有每天或每週該做的事情,那就把它們建立成慣例,內容關於你何時與如何執行這些事。

  • This is about managing your time more effectively, and saving yourself the mental effort of continual planning and re-scheduling.

    這關係到更有效率地管理你的時間,同時也省去需要持續計劃與重新安排的精力。

  • Turn your important tasks into routines and fit the rest of your life around them, not the other way around.

    把你的重要任務變成慣例,其他事項則圍繞著它執行,而不是相反過來。

  • When is your best time to study, exercise, socialize, clean your home or relax?

    你最適合在什麼時候來讀書、運動、社交、清潔家裡環境或休息呢?

  • Develop morning and evening routines for your regular tasks, whether it's study or putting out the recycling.

    把日常工作建立成早上與晚上的例行事項,無論這些工作是讀書或丟棄回收物。

  • Anybody's routines can get broken but always try to get your groove back as soon as possible.

    每個人的慣例都可能被打破,但試著盡快找回它。

  • Have a place for everything, and put everything in its place.

    讓事物各得其所。

  • This might be common sense but it's not always common practice.

    這個道理大家可能都懂,但並非永遠都能做到。

  • If you don't know where things belong, you can't put them away.

    如果你不知道那些物品該放在哪裡,那麼你就無法把它們收拾妥當。

  • You might have a shelf for all your text books and class notes, a special section of your closet for your winter clothes, or folders on your computer for all your assignments.

    你或許有個書櫃,裡面放滿了教科書和課堂筆記,衣櫥裡的部分空間用來放冬衣,或者你電腦裡的資料夾存放了所有作業。

  • So this works for physical things or digital things or even your knowledge like I teach at Memorize Academy.

    所以,這項習慣可以用在實體物體或數位內容,甚至是你在 Memorize Academy 學到的知識。

  • Try not to put something down temporarily, but take a few extra seconds to put it where it belongs.

    試著不要把東西暫時擺放一旁,而是花些時間把物品歸回原位。

  • Every time.

    每次都這麼做吧!

  • Keep a current and detailed to-do list.

    制定最新且詳細的待辦清單。

  • Don't be mistaken, it takes planning to be organized.

    不要誤會,這也需要經過規劃來變得有條理。

  • Work backwards by starting with your end goal, and then decide what smaller steps you'll follow to get there.

    可以使用逆向推回的方式,先從最終目標開始,再決定你會採取怎樣的步驟,以達成此目標。

  • Try to keep lists for daily tasks as well as longer term projects.

    嘗試制定日常工作與長期計畫的清單。

  • And use a central list for everything, whether it's in a physical notebook or a digital list on your computer or phone.

    把每件工作記在一份主要的清單上,無論要寫在實體筆記本,或者存在個人電腦或手機裡的數位清單。

  • If you write random reminders on loose pieces of paper, make sure you transfer them to your main list, and keep it current.

    假使你使用鬆散的紙張來紀錄臨時的提醒事項,記得把它加到你主要的清單,並記得更新它。

  • And giving yourself deadlines can help you to get things done and crossed off your list.

    給自己設定期限可以幫助你完成事情,且從清單裡移除它。

  • Don't get bogged down by perfectionism.

    別為了追求完美而讓自己陷入困境。

  • You don't have to be perfect to be organized, so don't think you need to get everything done, and done exactly right.

    你不必很完美也能變得有條理,所以別認為自己需要把每件事做好、做到完全正確。

  • Prioritize tasks and try to learn where and how you can take shortcuts and how to get things done quickly.

    安排任務執行的優先順序,並學習在哪裡與如何找到捷徑,以及如何快速完成工作。

  • Be honest and think about what's really important.

    誠實一點,並想想什麼才是重要的。

  • The end goal is progress, so it's less about perfection and more about action.

    有所進步是我們的最終目標,因此它與行動更有關聯,而非追求完美。

  • Toss things daily and purge routinely.

    經常梳理與清除事物。

  • Organized people don't wait for a free weekend or an open block of time to get themselves and their lives in order.

    有條理的人不會等到週末或空閒時才去規劃整理自己與生活。

  • They constantly cross things off their list, throw things away, reevaluate what they own, and tidy their house and the way they operate.

    他們持續完成待辦事項,丟除不必要的雜物,重新評估自己擁有的事物,還有整理他們的房子與所執行的方法。

  • They may take a few minutes each night to clean off their desk, delete old files from their computer or emails from their inbox, or throw out the expired food from the refrigerator.

    他們可能每晚花幾分鐘來清潔桌面,刪除電腦中不要的文件或信箱裡的郵件,或扔掉冰箱裡的過期食物

  • Organizing is not a separated eventit's part of their day.

    「組織事物」並非是獨立的,它是生活的一部分。

  • There you have it.

    六大習慣就是上述這些啦!

  • Whether you're organizing your room or home, your computer, the way you study, the way you think, your social life or the goals you want to achieve, these six habits will get you streamlined and heading in the right direction.

    無論你要規劃自己的房間或家裡環境、你的電腦、讀書方式、思考模式、社交生活或想達成的目標,這六種習慣能讓你高效率地朝正確的方向前進。

  • Keep it simple.

    保持簡單。

  • Develop routines.

    建立慣例。

  • Have a place for everything, and put everything in its place.

    讓事物各得其所。

  • Keep a current and detailed to-do list.

    制定最新且詳細的待辦清單。

  • Don't get bogged down by perfectionism.

    別為了追求完美而讓自己陷入困境。

  • Toss things daily and purge routinely.

    經常梳理與清除事物。

  • If you'd like to get advice from a professional organizer on organizing your room, home or physical space, head over to Neatnik for some more great tips.

    如果你想得到專業組織者的建議,像是如何規劃房間、家裡或實體空間,那就前往 Neatnik 以獲得更多好用的訣竅

  • And as always, to learn more about organizing knowledge and information in your memory, head over to Memorize Academy.

    此外,若想要學習更多關於管理記憶中的知識與資訊的內容,前往 Memorize Academy。

  • Thanks for watching, I'll see you again soon, bye!

    感謝觀看,再會,掰!

Everyone has experienced that overwhelming feeling that your life is one giant mess.

每個人都曾有過一種無法抗拒的感覺,認為自己的人生一團混亂。

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