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  • Hello Believe Nation, it's Evan.

    哈囉相信國度,我是伊凡

  • My own word is believe and I believe in people

    相信是我的箴言,我相信他人

  • more than they believe in themselves

    比他們相信自己來得多

  • and my sincere hope is that if you believe in yourself

    我真摯地希望你能相信你自己

  • as much as I believe in you,

    就像我相信你那般,

  • you'll be able to change the planet.

    你就能改變世界

  • So to help you on your journey, today I'm doing a video

    為了幫助你邁向改變世界的旅程,我做了一個影片

  • on the 10 skills that are hard to learn

    關於 10 個難學的技能

  • but will pay off forever.

    但有天你一定會得到豐美的回報

  • And as always guys, if you're watching,

    還是老樣子,各位,在收看時,

  • if you hear something that really resonates with you,

    如果影片內容讓你產生共鳴,

  • leave it down in the comments below,

    可以在下方留言,

  • it's much more likely to stick with yourself

    盡可能地忠於自己的想法

  • and if you leave a comment within the first few hours

    如果你是在前幾個小時內留言

  • of the video going live, you have a chance to win

    而影片正好在直播中,你就有機會贏得

  • one of two daily prizes. Enjoy!

    僅限兩份的每日獎品。好好欣賞吧!

  • Skill number one is speaking up.

    技能一:勇於表達自我

  • One of the things you would want to be sure to do

    你會想養成的好習慣之一

  • is whether you like it or not,

    不管你喜歡與否,

  • get very comfortable, it may take awhile,

    雖然可能需要些時間,但你能夠自在地

  • with public speaking for example.

    在公開場合中表達自我

  • I mean, that's an asset that will last you 50 or 60 years

    這是一項能保值五十至六十年的資產

  • and it's a liability if you don't like doing it

    但你如果不願意去做,它就成了負債

  • or are uncomfortable doing it that will also last you

    若你做的當下並不感到自在,它依然能保值

  • 50 or 60 years and it's a necessary skill.

    五十至六十年,而且它是個必要的人生技能

  • Skill number two is being honest with yourself.

    技能二:坦誠待己

  • One of the big things that all startups do is they lie

    新創企業家其中一個很大的毛病

  • to themselves, over and over and over.

    就是對自己說謊,一而再,再而三

  • Mine's faster, mine's cheaper, mine's better,

    我的比較快,我的比較便宜,我的比較好,

  • mine's this, mine's that.

    我的這,我的那

  • No it's not and the reason it's not is because

    但這都不是原因,

  • whoever it is you're competing with,

    因為不管你和誰在競爭,

  • it's not like they're ignoring you.

    不是說他們會忽視你

  • It's not like, oh my goodness,

    也不是說,我的天啊,

  • this guy just started on Shopify in the startup competition

    這傢伙在 Shopify 的新創企業競賽中剛起步

  • and he's doing a million dollars this year,

    而他光是今年就賺進了一百萬,

  • woe is me, I might as well close up the doors.

    我的命好苦啊,倒不如放棄算了

  • What are they doing?

    他們正在做些什麼?

  • I'm going to copy what they're doing and now you've got to

    我得效法他們的方式,所以你必須

  • stay ahead and so, you know, you've got to be

    隨時保持領先,而且你也要

  • very careful as a entrepreneur to be brutally honest

    非常謹慎,身為創業家,要能夠絕對誠實地

  • with yourself and those are some of the things

    面對自己,而那些事情都是

  • that you'll hear from me as a mentor.

    我身為一位人生導師所能給予的諫言

  • That know what you know, know what you don't know,

    知你所知,亦知你所不知,

  • but you got to know your business better than anybody.

    而你得比任何人都要熟知你的企業

  • Skill number three is having confidence.

    技能三:擁有自信

  • I don't know if you'd agree with me on this,

    不知道你是否也同意我的觀點,

  • but in many ways, one of the key factors

    但就許多方面來說,其中的關鍵因素在於

  • to legendary success isn't your natural ability.

    要獲得傳說中的成功並不是你與生俱來的能力

  • It's not whether you have the right product,

    並不是你是否擁有了對的產品,

  • it's not whether you're in the right field,

    是否處在你適合的專業領域,

  • it's not whether you've had a blessed background.

    是否有個優渥的家世背景

  • It's not whether you have the right IQ.

    也不是你是否擁有不錯的智商

  • I want you to really think about and deconstruct

    我要你好好地思考,並試著去解析

  • and play with maybe later tonight in your journal.

    或是今晚在日記裡舞文弄墨一番

  • I want you to deconstruct this idea of confidence

    我要你去解析「自信」這個概念

  • and it seems like a very simple work but just think about

    雖然看似簡單,但仔細想想

  • it in your own life.

    在你人生中

  • When you have confidence or we could even call it fire,

    當你擁有自信,或是我們也稱之為熱情,

  • when you have that fire within you, that confidence,

    當你懷著滿腔的熱情,那樣的自信,

  • that interior bravery,

    那種由心而發的勇氣,

  • you almost have this power to do whatever it takes

    幾乎要擁有一股力量,讓你無論如何

  • to get your brave vision done.

    都能去完成你的雄心壯志

  • You see, in this world, it's not about, in many ways,

    在這個世界上,就許多方面來說,

  • your strategy and your business or your ability

    和你的行事策略、事業,或是能力都無關

  • in your life, it's about this thing called confidence

    在你人生中,一切只取決於「自信」

  • and we've all had these times in our lives when we are

    在我們生命中,都曾經有過那種

  • full of confidence and what other people see as a problem,

    充滿自信的時刻,就算其他人認為那是個麻煩,

  • we simply do see as an opportunity.

    我們純粹將其看作是個機會

  • Other people see it as a stumbling block or a wall

    其他人視它為一顆絆腳石或是一座城牆

  • and we see it as a stepping stone or this solution.

    我們則看它作一顆墊腳石或是一個解答

  • So confidence is simply something that you really

    所以「自信」簡單來說就是個會讓你

  • want to wire in.

    想要為之努力的東西

  • Confidence is something you really want to develop,

    你會想要好好地去開發你的自信

  • confidence is a practice, confidence is a muscle

    自信需要訓練,因為自信也是肌肉

  • and like any muscle, the more you focus on it

    就像身體其他肌肉一樣,你越是對它集中火力

  • and practice it and train it, the stronger your confidence

    練習它、訓練它,你的自信心就會越強大

  • is going to grow and I just have to say it again.

    也會不斷成長,請容我再次強調

  • When you are at a place in your life,

    當你走到了人生中一個定點,

  • when there is ongoing, steady stream of confidence

    有著毫無間斷、源源不絕的自信

  • moving through your mindset, moving though your heartset,

    湧進你的心靈,流進你的心窩,

  • you do the heroic in your business

    讓你在事業上英勇揮毫

  • and you achieve the remarkable in your life.

    也能在人生中成就非凡

  • Skill number four is listening.

    技能四:用心傾聽

  • Nelson Mandela is a particularly special case study

    前南非總統曼德拉是個非常特別的研究案例

  • in the leadership world because he is universally regarded

    在領導界中,他已被全宇宙公認為一位

  • as a great leader.

    非常傑出的領導者

  • You can take other personalities and depending on the nation

    就其他頗具名望的人來說,根據你所在的國家

  • you go to, we have different opinions about other

    我們可能對這些名人持有不同的評價

  • personalities but Nelson Mandela, across the world,

    但對於曼德拉而言,世界上的任何角落,

  • is universally regarded as a great leader.

    都認為他是位極佳的領導者

  • He was actually the son of a tribal chief

    他其實身為部落酋長之子

  • and he was asked one day,

    有一天有人問他,

  • how did you learn to be a great leader?

    你是如何學習成為一位好的領導者呢?

  • And he responded that he would go with his father

    他回答說他都會和他的父親一起出席

  • to tribal meetings and he remembers two things

    參加部落會議,而他從中記下兩件事

  • when his father would meet with other elders.

    當父親和其他部落長老會面的時候

  • One, they would always sit in a circle

    第一,他們總是圍圈而坐

  • and two, his father was always the last to speak.

    第二,他的父親總是最後一位發言人

  • You will be told your whole life that you need

    你的一生中會經常有人提醒你

  • to learn to listen.

    你需要學著傾聽

  • I would say that you need to learn to be the last to speak.

    我會建議你學著去當最後一位發言人

  • I see it in board rooms every day of the week.

    這種情況每天都在會議室上演

  • Even people who consider themselves good leaders who may

    甚至連那些自認為自己很好

  • actually be decent leaders will walk into a room and say,

    而的確也是不錯的領導者的人,一進會議室就說,

  • here's the problem, here's what I think,

    問題出在這,這就是我的想法,

  • but I'm interested in your opinion,

    但我很好奇各位的意見,

  • let's go around the room.

    開始輪流提議吧

  • It's too late.

    這麼做太遲了

  • The skill to hold your opinions to yourself until

    你能夠保留自己的想法直到

  • everyone has spoken does two things.

    每個人都表達完意見,可以達到兩種效果

  • One, it gives everybody else the feeling

    第一,每一個人都能感受到

  • that they have been heard.

    他們的想法被聽到了

  • It gives everyone else the ability to feel

    而每個人也都有辦法感受到

  • that they have contributed.

    他們是有所貢獻的

  • And two, you get the benefit of hearing what everybody

    第二,好處是你得以在提出個人意見之前

  • else has to think before you render your opinion.

    聽到其他人有什麼樣的想法

  • The skill is really to keep your opinions to yourself.

    你必須要能夠先保留自己的意見

  • If you agree with somebody, don't nod yes.

    如果你同意某人所說的,先別點頭答應

  • If you disagree with somebody, don't nod no.

    如果你不贊同某人所說的,也先別搖頭回絕

  • Simply sit there, take it all in, and the only thing

    只消靜靜地坐著,把各種想法聽進去,

  • you're allowed to do is ask questions so that you can

    而你唯一能做的就是盡量發問,如此一來

  • understand what they mean and why they have the opinion

    你就能了解他們的意思以及原由

  • that they have, you must understand from where they

    你一定要去了解他們所處的立場

  • are speaking, why they have the opinion they have,

    以及他們給出這些意見的原因,

  • not just what they are saying

    不只是他們所說的內容而已

  • and at the end, you will get your turn.

    最後,才輪到你來發言

  • It sounds easy, it's not.

    聽來容易,卻不盡其然

  • Practice being the last to speak.

    練習成為最後一位發言人

  • That's what Nelson Mandela did.

    這就是曼德拉成為傑出領導者的秘訣

  • Skill number five is managing your time.

    技能五:做好時間管理

  • My challenge in our generation is that gradually

    在我們這個世代所面臨的挑戰,是漸漸地

  • through entertainment, through television, through media,

    只透過娛樂,藉由電視,經由媒體,

  • through every way possible, we are living in a

    憑藉任何一種可能的方式,讓我們生在一個

  • generation of the dumbing down of ideas

    容易將想法簡化的世代

  • because we have traded effectiveness for busyness.

    因為我們用所謂的效率換來了忙碌的生活

  • Statistics say, yeah somebody ought to clap on that.

    統計資料指出,對了這時候就該來點掌聲

  • We are busier than any other generation we have seen

    我們比起其他世代的人更為忙碌

  • in the last three to 400 years.

    在近三至四百年間

  • We are so busy, we are busier than a one armed

    我們真的太忙了,甚至比單手貼壁紙的工人還忙 (俗諺意指工作繁忙)

  • wallpaper hanger, we're just busy, you'll get it later,

    我們就是這麼忙,你待會就懂了,

  • don't worry about it, it'll hit you in a minute.

    別擔心,你很快就會感受到了

  • We are just as busy as we can be and we think

    我們正是如此忙碌,而我們認為

  • because we're busy, we're effective.

    因為很忙,所以我們是有效率的

  • But I want you to challenge your schedule for a minute

    但我想給你一個挑戰,替自己安排一分鐘的時間

  • and ask yourself, are you really being effective

    捫心自問,你做事是真的有效率嗎?

  • or is your life cluttered with all kinds of stuff

    還是你的人生只是塞滿了各式各樣的事物

  • that demands you and drains you and taxes you

    向你索求,對你壓榨,給你壓力

  • and stops you from being your highest and best self

    阻撓你登上人生巔峰,而無法成為最好的自己,

  • and are you substituting busyness and all the chaos

    你是否被忙碌中的混亂取代了

  • that goes along with busyness from being effective?

    你所謂的辦事效率呢?

  • Let me tell you, a bunch of scientists got together,

    有一群科學家聚在一起,

  • they begin to do some research and they begin to determine

    開始做研究之後,開始相信了

  • that 80% of the things we do are busy things that we do

    我們處理的事情中,80% 是很繁雜

  • in an area that is not effective, that the average person

    卻毫無效率可言的,平均一個人

  • only spends 20% of their time doing the thing that they

    只花了 20% 的時間去做他們

  • are really gifted, creative at, passionate about,

    真正有天賦、能發揮創意,且充滿熱忱,

  • excited to do and the rest of it is all the dismal,

    能夠使他們感到興奮的事情,剩下的則全是些沉悶

  • dumb stuff that we all have to do in order to survive.

    又愚蠢,但我們為了生存而非做不可的事

  • Just crazy stuff that we're doing.

    我們做的淨是些蠢事

  • Wonder what would happen if we would go from doing

    想想看如果我們把原本處理

  • 80% of things that are busy but not effective

    80% 繁雜卻又毫無效率

  • and 20% of the things that are really effective,

    以及處理 20% 非常有效率的事情,

  • if we would switch those numbers around and only give

    如果我們把數字調換,而只花了

  • 20% of our time to the things that we have to do

    我們 20% 的時間去做那些非做不可的事

  • and 80% of our time to thing that we were

    並有 80% 的時間讓我們去完成

  • created to do.

    與生俱來就適合做的事情

  • (audience applause)

    (觀眾掌聲)

  • Wonder what would happen to your life.

    想想看你的人生會有何不同

  • Now think about it a minute, there's a lot of things

    現在試想一下,有很多東西

  • you could take from me and I could make it.

    你可以從我身上拿走,對我而言不會有影響

  • You could take my suit, I got another one.

    你可以拿走我這套西裝,我還有另一套

  • You could take my car, I could get another one.

    你可以拿走我的車,我可以再買一部

  • You could take my house, I could get another house.

    你可以拿走我的房子,我可以再買一棟

  • But when you take my time, you have taken something from me

    但當你拿走了我的時間,代表你從我身上奪走了

  • that is totally irreplaceable.

    完全無法取代的東西

  • We take all kinds of questions from money management.

    我們懂得去面對財務管理上遇到的問題

  • We know how to manage our money, we know how to repair

    我們知道如何管理金錢,知道怎麼整修

  • our houses, we're working on our hair and our bodies

    我們的房子,我們也會花心思在頭髮和身體上

  • and all of this kind of stuff.

    等等之類的事情

  • We do everything except the most important thing

    但我們卻常常忽略了最重要的一件事

  • is to value our time.

    那就是珍視我們所擁有的時間

  • It takes time to be creative.

    發揮創造力需要些時間

  • You were meant to be creative.

    而你生來就該具有創造力

  • You were created in the likeness and the image

    上帝藉著自己的印象和圖像創造了你

  • of a creator and in that likeness and in that image,

    而在祂的印象和圖像中,

  • you have creativity.

    你富有創造力

  • If you had time, you would be creative

    若你有足夠的時間,你就能發揮創造力

  • but in the absence of time and with busyness

    但因為時間的不足,那爭分奪秒的生活

  • and clutter the ring ring ring, the phone ring,

    還夾雜著鈴鈴鈴,此起彼落的電話鈴響,

  • beep, beep, beep.

    嗶嗶嗶

  • You all got music playing on your phone, all kinds of stuff.

    你們手機上都有音樂做鈴聲

  • No matter kind of song you put on,

    不管你用了哪首歌,

  • after awhile you hate to hear it because every time

    一陣子之後你就會厭倦了那首歌,因為每一次

  • you hear that sound you know it's somebody else

    你聽到那聲音,就知道有人

  • wanting something else from you that's taking you away

    又有求於你,讓你非得停下手邊那些

  • from what you are gifted and created to do.

    你真正有天賦且與生俱來就適合做的事

  • Skill number six is stop whining.

    技能六:停止抱怨

  • So I have this thing that I've been promoting called

    一直以來我在推廣的一個活動叫做

  • No Whining Wednesdays.

    不抱怨星期三

  • Wednesday you cannot whine, complain, or criticize.

    每逢星期三你就不能抱怨、發牢騷或是批評他人

  • And people are like, well what is whining?

    所以有人就會問,那什麼是抱怨呢?

  • Whatever you think it is, don't do it.

    不管你認為它是什麼,別做就對了

  • And every time you do it,

    你每做一次,

  • you have to put a quarter in a jar.

    你就得把一塊 25 分錢 (美元) 放進罐子裡

  • If you whine about anything, I can't, I'm tired,

    如果你抱怨了某些事情,我沒辦法,我累了,

  • why me, why don't you?

    為什麼是我,為何不是你?

  • Every one of them will cost you a quarter.

    每一句抱怨都會花你 25 分錢

  • Or complaining, why don't you, why do you always,

    或是抱怨說,為什麼你不這麼做,為何你總是,

  • how come you, I am always, they never.

    你為什麼,我總是,他們從不

  • Oop, cost you a quarter.

    糟糕,25 分錢飛了

  • Then last week, I had people send me pictures of their

    上個禮拜,我要他們寄給我

  • jars of quarters.

    他們硬幣罐子的照片

  • Oh my god. (laughs)

    我的天啊 (笑聲)

  • What they said to me also was, this was wonderful

    但他們卻也告訴我,這是件很美好的事情

  • because I was never, ever aware of how much whining

    因為我從來不曾意識到原來我的抱怨、

  • and complaining and criticizing I do.

    發牢騷和批評他人是這麼的多

  • I've got mothers doing it with their children.

    我甚至收到有媽媽抱怨她們的孩子

  • So Wednesday is No Whining Wednesday.

    所以星期三就是不抱怨的星期三

  • We need to practice that.

    我們需要不斷練習

  • We need to stop whining about what isn't happening,

    我們必須停止抱怨那些並未發生的事情,

  • what we don't have, what we can't do,

    我們沒有的東西,我們無法做到的事,

  • what somebody didn't do.

    或是某人沒做到的事

  • We got to get it clean in 2014.

    在 2014 這一年我們得改過自新

  • No whining, no complaining, no criticizing.

    不抱怨,不發牢騷,不批評他人

  • Skill number seven is staying present in the moment.

    技能七:活在當下

  • Skill number eight, being consistent.

    技能八:貫徹始終

  • Success is not a destination.

    成功不是一個目的地

  • People always think that oh my god, this person's

    人們總想著,我的天啊,這個人

  • so successful because they've had a successful movie

    會如此成功,是因為他們演出了一部賣座的電影

  • or a successful show but success is a journey.

    或是一場精采絕倫的表演,但成功是一趟旅程

  • You have to consistently always, always be successful.

    你必須一直不斷地成功

  • That's when you're really successful because otherwise

    那才叫做你真的很成功,

  • you'll be remembered for your last failure

    否則你會因為一次失誤而遺臭萬年

  • and I've had a few but I just have to compensate for

    我過去也曾跌倒過幾次,但我就是

  • my failure by just getting up and running.

    重新站起來並繼續往前衝,以彌補這些失誤