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  • The one commodity that is most valuable on this earth is time.

    在整個地球上,生活中最有價值的一件東西就是時間。

  • Time to love, time to live.

    有時間才能經歷生活、享受愛。

  • From the moment the human body is born it begins dying.

    當人一出生,就開始邁向死亡。

  • I don't think you, you quite caught that. Let me say it again.

    我覺得你還不懂這句話的意義,讓我再說一次。

  • From the moment the human body is born it begins dying.

    人誕生的那一刻,就開始邁向死亡!

  • Some happen faster, some happen slower, some of us help them go faster, and some of them prevent it from happening sooner than later.

    有的人離世得早,有的人走得比較慢,有時我們加快這個過程,有些人則防止這個時間提早。

  • How many seconds, how many minutes do we waste every day doing things that are nowhere near the goals and aspirations and passions that we have inside?

    我們每天浪費多少分、多少秒在無關要緊的事上? 這些無關要緊的事,與我們內在的志向、目標、熱情毫無相干!

  • How many times you go through the course of a day and realize, "Did I do anything I set out to do today?"

    有多少次,你經過一整天後,才驚訝發現:我有做今天本來計畫要做的事嗎?

  • Write down those goals each and every day.

    每天寫下你的目標!

  • No matter if there's two goals a day if you can accomplish those, then you're doing more than just making it through the day.

    就算一天只有兩個目標,若你能把它完成,就比你什麼都沒做就過了一天更好。

  • You are living and achieving your dreams.

    你活著,為要實現你的夢想!

  • Find time to better yourself.

    花時間找到那個更好的自己!

  • Read, explore, research, live life, do things you've never thought of doing before.

    閱讀、探索、享受人生,去挑戰那些你從未經歷的挑戰。

  • That's what it's all about.

    那才是生命該有的樣式!

  • When you're born, that's that date that they put on the left side of the tombstone.

    當你出生,那個日期會放在你的墓碑的左側。

  • When you die, they put another date on the right side of the tombstone, but that dash in the middle is the most important thing on that tombstone.

    當你死了,他們把那個日期放在墓碑右側,但在這兩個日期之間的「破折號」,卻是這個墓碑上最重要的事!

  • That is a line that throughout that entire time frame you were able to impact and touch others lives.

    這條線貫穿你人生連接完整的生命,你能夠影響他人和觸摸人的生命。

  • You were able to leave your mark on this earth.

    你能在地球上留下你的印記。

  • You were able to build a legacy that nobody could change.

    你能在世上樹立沒人能超越的典範。

  • You were able to have it to where people remember who you are no matter what.

    無論你身處何處,都能讓人記住你是誰。

  • When you're living for that dash in the middle, you're going to remember your why.

    當你活在生命中的破折號時,去找出你活在世上的那個「為什麼」。

  • Your why, why you're here, not, not the why, why did you do something, your why.

    為什麼你會在個世上?不是「為什麼」要做某些事。

  • Your, your reason for getting up in the morning.

    而是每天起床你「為什麼」而戰?

  • Your reason for pushing yourself past the brink of exertion and giving up.

    「為什麼」你不能放棄,即使你辛苦地掙扎、不斷超越。

  • Your reason for moving on and getting things done in life.

    「為什麼」你能不斷向前

  • That dash in the middle that's the thing that pushes you.

    生死之間的「破折號」是能使你推進的動力。

  • How do you rate yourself on a scale of one to ten in terms of your physical appearance?

    一到十分,滿分十分,你給自己的外觀幾分?

  • In terms of your health? Do you take care of yourself?

    你的健康是幾分?你有照顧好自己嗎?

  • Are you allowing yourself to get overweight and out of shape?

    還是你放任自己體重過重、身材變形?

  • Are you conscious of your health?

    你重視自己的健康嗎?

  • Are you watching the food that you take into your body?

    吃東西時,你曾留意吃進去的是什麼嗎?

  • Do you make a deliberate effort to exercise, you know it was George Burns, he said we cannot help getting older but we don't have to get old, and many of us get old before our time because we don't take time to take care of ourselves.

    你有計劃性地運動訓練自己嗎?George Burns 說過,我們無法不變老,但我們不是必須要變老,我們之中很多人在年輕時就開始變老,因為我們沒有花時間照顧自己。

  • Your environment is a very good indicator.

    你所處環境就是非常好的指標

  • On a scale of one to ten, is it what you want it to be?

    滿分十分,現在這個狀態,是你想要的嗎?

  • Do you find it desirable? Are you satisfied? The job or career that you're involved in.

    你對現狀滿意嗎?你嚮往現在的生活嗎?你的工作使你開心嗎?

  • Someone said that 85% of the American public are unhappy with their jobs.

    有人說 85% 的美國大眾在工作上並不快樂。

  • Are you spending eight hours a day just doing time?

    你每天至少花八小時工作,但卻像在坐牢一樣嗎?

  • Doing something that you don't find challenging, that does not make you stretch mentally, that does not stimulate you, that does not inspire you, something that you don't find a sense of fulfillment in it??

    做一些沒有挑戰、無法讓你全力以赴、無法讓你興奮、無法激勵你、在工作上你根本沒有滿足感?

  • If you're doing that day in and day out, it has to affect how you feel about yourself, your level of motivation, your relationships.

    如果你這樣一天過一天,它必定影響你的自我價值、處事動機與人際關係。

  • What kind of impact is that having on your life?

    你的生命是被什麼力量影響?

  • Is it nourishing or is it a toxic relationship?

    你的人際關係是被支持還是被荼毒?

  • Does it drain you or does it build you up?

    過程中你是被毀壞還是被建造?

  • Ask yourself that.

    問你自己。

  • How motivated are you to do something about it?

    你對改變這一切又有多積極?

  • Your contribution, your actions... what are you giving?

    你的貢獻、你的行動...你又付出過什麼?

  • Many people will leave the universe without a trace.

    很多人在離世後不留下一絲痕跡。

  • No one will know they were here, and in fact, under their name we could put under there, 'not used up.'

    沒人知道他們曾在這世上,事實上,他們的名字我們可以毫不費力地直接抹去。

  • Will anybody know that you came this way?

    有人知道你曾經造訪過這世界嗎?

  • What contribution are you giving?

    你又做過什麼貢獻?

  • What will you leave? What will be different because you came this way?

    你會留下些什麼?這世界因為你來,又有什麼不一樣?

  • Just, just stop for a second.

    只要停下來一秒鐘。

  • Write down your why.

    寫下你的「為什麼」。

  • What are you doing this for in life?

    你的人生要以什麼過活?

  • If your why doesn't make you cry, that's not your why.

    如果你的「為什麼」沒有讓你哭,這就不是你的「為什麼」。

  • Again, if your why doesn't make you cry, then that's not your why.

    再說一次,如果你的「為什麼」沒有讓你哭,這就不是你的「為什麼」。

  • Your why should be something so big that it moves your family tree.

    你的「為什麼」應該要大到足以撼動你的家譜。

  • Your why should be something so big that it changes the whole outlook on how things are with you and your home, your family, your religion, your purpose.

    你的「為什麼」應該要大到改變你的視野,包含對你的家族、家庭、信仰與人生目的。

  • Think about your passion, think about your opportunities and that's how you find your purpose. OPP.

    想想你的熱情,想想你的機會,這就是你如何找到你人生的目的: OPP (Purpose目的、Passion熱情、Opportunity機會)

  • When that why meets up with your passion, your opportunity, your purpose, then you'll find out.

    當你的「為什麼」碰上你的熱情、你的機會、你的目標,你就會知道了。

  • The most important day in your life is the day you remember why you were born.

    人生中最重要的一天,是你記起自己為了什麼而出生的那天。

The one commodity that is most valuable on this earth is time.

在整個地球上,生活中最有價值的一件東西就是時間。

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