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  • The secret is actually very simple.

    自律的秘訣其實非常簡單。

  • If you want to develop that intense, insane level of discipline, the only thing you need to do is to...

    如果你想培養那種強烈,瘋狂等級的自律,你只需要...

  • In this video, I'm going to share with you the number one secret that you need to know in order to become disciplined.

    這部影片,我要和大家分享培養自律的首要秘訣。

  • And I'm going to do it by sharing with you a personal story.

    我要以個人經驗來分享自律的秘訣。

  • Back when I was in university, I was the person who would always do just enough to get by.

    時間回到我還在唸大學時,我是那種對成績和作業得過且過的人。

  • I did just enough work to get the grade I wanted.

    我讀書只讀能讓我及格的量。

  • I would hand in my assignments just on time.

    我會在壓線前交作業。

  • And I never went above and beyond the call of duty.

    我從來不會為了成績做多餘的努力。

  • I was what you would call a minimalist and a procrastinator.

    我就是大家所說的低空飛行者或是拖延症患者。

  • However, if there was a deadline, like having an exam in three days, I would become extremely disciplined and I would study nonstop and I would ignore all distractions.

    但是,如果目標有截止日時,像是三天內有個考試,我會變得非常自律,我會不間斷讀書。

  • I basically became the Superman of studying, but only for a short time.

    基本上我會變成讀書界的超人。

  • During these moments of inspiration, I saw that I had the ability to become very disciplined, more disciplined than the average person was even capable of becoming.

    這個現象給了我一個啟發,我發現自己可以非常自律,甚至可以比任何人都還自律。

  • Being disciplined was something that I could apparently turn on and off, but I could not do it intentionally and I could never figure out a way to duplicate it.

    自律是一種我可以隨意開關的模式,但我不能刻意自律,也不知道該怎麼保持自律。

  • That is, until I spent a semester studying in Lisbon, Portugal.

    直到,我到了葡萄牙首都里斯本讀了一學期的書。

  • If you watch my life changing video, you know that I had spent a semester studying in Lisbon, Portugal.

    如果你看過「改變我人生的事」影片,你就知道我在葡萄牙里斯本唸了一學期的書。

  • After I had spent that semester studying abroad, my life was dramatically altered from that point on.

    我出國留學一學期後,我的人生從那時起有了重大改變。

  • After I had returned back to Canada, the only thing that I could think about was the next time I could go traveling again.

    回到加拿大後我唯一思考的事,就是我什麼時候可以再出國。

  • The idea of going traveling again lit such a fire inside of me that I became obsessed with it.

    再次出國這個想法在我心中點燃了一把火,讓我對這件事著迷起來。

  • But, there was one thing that I hated about traveling and that was how much money you had to spend in order to get all of those amazing experiences and go to all of those amazing places.

    但關於旅遊,有件事我非常討厭,就是得到那些美好經驗以及去那些漂亮地方所需的金錢。

  • And the biggest downside of going to Portugal was watching my bank account go down to almost nothing.

    去葡萄牙讀書最大的缺點,就是看著自己的銀行帳戶金額減少到趨近零。

  • So, how does one travel while making money?

    所以,要怎麼在旅行時賺錢?

  • There is only one way to do it and I had to figure out a way to make money online.

    這只有一種方法,我必須想辦法靠網路賺錢。

  • After I had graduated university, I googled how to make money online.

    大學畢業後,我上網 google 了「怎麼靠網路賺錢?」

  • That Google search was the beginning of a journey that would forever change my life.

    這條 Google 搜尋是我改變人生的第一步。

  • I literally spent 12 hours every single day in front of my computer reading blogs, books, watching videos, sending out emails, trying to learn as much as I possibly could from anything and anyone.

    我每天整整 12 個小時都坐在電腦前面讀部落格文章、閱讀書籍、看影片,以及發電子郵件,盡可能從任何人身上學到任何事。

  • I spent six months doing this.

    連續六個月都這樣過。

  • I worked 12 to 14 hours every single day taking breaks to only go to the gym and to eat.

    每天工作 12 到 14 個小時,其他時間只花在吃飯還有去健身房運動上。

  • I didn't have a girlfriend.

    我沒有女朋友。

  • I didn't have a social life.

    也沒有社交生活。

  • And in my friends' eyes, I'd basically vanished from the face of the earth.

    在我朋友眼中,我簡直已經從地球表面消失了。

  • My hard work paid off and after those six months, I had achieved my goal and I was making a full-time income online.

    我六個月來的努力得到報償,我達到了目標在線上也有全職工作。

  • During those six months, my friends and family would often say to me, I have never seen you work this hard.

    這六個月中,我的朋友和家人常常跟我說,我從來沒看你這麼努力過。

  • How are you capable of doing this?

    你是怎麼做到的?

  • And my mom would say, "Where was this work ethic and discipline when you were in university?"

    我媽說:「那你在大學讀書時怎麼沒有那麼用功和自律?」

  • And this was a fair question.

    這是個合理的疑問。

  • How did I go from not being able to study for 30 minutes to being able to work nonstop for 12 hours a day?

    我是怎麼從只能連續讀書 30 分鐘,變成一位可以一天不間斷工作超過 12 個小時的人?

  • It's because I had found something called my north star.

    因為我找到了自己的「北極星」。

  • I had finally found something that I was working towards each and every single day and it was something that I actually wanted.

    我終於找到我可以每天不間斷追求以及我真正想要做的事。

  • The reason why I could not really achieve this when it came to my academics was because I had never really cared about getting some letter that was supposed to tell me and the rest of the world how smart I was.

    我沒有在學術表現中取得這種成就,是因為我沒有很在乎收到那種告訴自己世上其他人,你有多聰明這種信件。

  • But, what I did care about was meeting amazing people from all over the world, learning about different cultures, going to places that you only read about in magazines and post cards, and I was doing all this while saving money.

    但是,我在乎的是交到世界各地不同的朋友、學習外國文化,去那些在雜誌或明信片上出現的地方旅行,我旅遊的同時也能賺錢。

  • That is what I cared about.

    這才是我在乎的事。

  • Whenever I told someone that I make my money online, a very common response would be, I can never do that.

    每次我跟別人說我靠網路賺錢時,經常得到的回應是,我不可能做到。

  • I don't have that kind of discipline.

    我沒有那種自律能力。

  • And that was always so funny for me to hear because, as you could probably guess, I never really considered myself a very disciplined person and I always thought to myself, well, if you wanted this lifestyle as much as I did, of course you would develop the discipline to get things done.

    我一直覺得這種回應很有趣,因為你可能也猜到了,我從來都不認為自己是自律的人,而且我一直是這樣認為,如果你想要過像我一樣的生活,當然你也會培養自律能力完成任務。

  • You just don't want the lifestyle as much as I do.

    但你不像我一樣想要過這種生活。

  • And I'm not saying this in an arrogant way or trying to be cocky or anything like that, I'm just saying it in a factual way.

    我不是想用傲慢的態度,或是用自大的態度來說明這一點,我只是想用實際的方法說明。

  • Someone could have the goal to become a doctor.

    有人致力達成目標,最後成為一位醫生。這不代表我不是一個自律的人。

  • I personally would not be able to develop the kind of discipline it takes in order to achieve that goal because I don't want it.

    我個人不會培養,這方面的自律能力,並成為一位醫師,因為我不想當醫生。

  • That does not make me an undisciplined person.

    這不代表我是個不自律的人。

  • It just makes me someone who wants something different from him.

    只是我和別人想要的不同而已。

  • I think something that people need to realize is once you find something that you really want in life or you discover the type of business you want to create or the type of body you want to have, you won't have a huge problem of staying dedicated or disciplined because you will want to do it.

    我認為每個人一旦,找出自己真正想要的東西,你想在哪個事業創造成就或是想要鍛鍊身材到哪種程度時,你就不會缺乏動力或是自律能力,因為這是你真正想要做的事。

  • And even when you don't feel like doing the productive thing or you will start to lose motivation or interest, which is inevitable to happen at some point, you will still do it because you will remember how much you want to achieve this goal.

    就算在追求的途中,做事變得沒那麼有效率,或是開始失去動力及興趣,或多或少會這樣,但你仍然會堅持,因為你知道自己有多想達成目標。

  • So, the secret is actually very simple.

    所以,自律的秘訣非常簡單。

  • If you want to develop that intense, insane level of discipline, the only thing you need to do is to find your north star, not your parents' north star that they set out for you, not the north star that you think society would like the most, but your north star.

    如果你想要培養那種強烈,瘋狂等級的自律,你只需要找到自己的「北極星」,不是父母期望你達成的目標或是你認為普遍社會最欣賞的目標,而是自己的目標。

  • The only person who knows what your north star is, is you.

    知道你的「北極星」的人只有你自己。

  • At the end of your life, you will not regret pursuing that thing that you always wanted to do or that little thing that you at least wanted to try.

    到了生命最後,你就不會後悔,追求過自己想要的目標或是生命中自己想要嘗試的事。

  • Follow it no matter how crazy or weird it may seem to other people, you don't wanna die with regret.

    堅持住,不論那目標在旁人眼中,有多瘋狂或詭異,畢竟你不會在生命中留下遺憾。

  • If you enjoyed this video, please leave it a like and, of course, leave me a comment because I respond to basically every single comment and I love to engage with you guys.

    如果你喜歡這部影片的話,幫我按個讚,當然,或是留言,基本上我會回覆每一則留言,因為我喜歡和觀眾互動。

  • As always, thank you so much for watching and I'll see you in the next one.

    一如往常,謝謝你的收看,下部影片見囉!

The secret is actually very simple.

自律的秘訣其實非常簡單。

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