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  • No matter what you want to accomplish in life, it's going to involve discomfort.

    無論你在人生中想達成什麼,這過程勢必會包括不適。

  • A great career or business requires hard work. A healthy body needs exercise and foods you don't necessarily like.

    一個偉大的事業或企業需要努力,一個健康的身體需要你不一定會喜歡的鍛鍊和食物。

  • Meaningful relationships need vulnerability and compromises.

    有意義的關係需要示弱和妥協。

  • In fact, anything worthwhile often requires that you do what you don't want to do.

    事實上,任何有價值的事物常常需要你去做不想做的事情。

  • And that can be hard.

    而這是件困難的事。

  • But it doesn't have to be.

    但它不需要是困難的。

  • I used to take my thoughts very seriously.

    我以前會將我的想法看得很重。

  • Whenever one of them popped into my head, I'd immediately identify with it and perceive it as thetruth.”

    每當一個想法浮上腦海,我會立刻將其理解為「真理」。

  • If a thought told me I was tired and bored, I'd immediately look for a way out.

    如果一個想法告訴我我又累又無聊,我會馬上找一個擺脫的方法。

  • But I've since learned that I am not my thoughts and that my mind is nothing more than a suggestion box.

    但自從我曉得我的想法並不是我自己本身,而我的思緒只不過是個意見箱。

  • Because of that, I don't take my thoughts as seriously as I used to.

    有鑑於此,我不再像以前那樣看重我的想法。

  • And that, in turn, has made a huge difference in my subsequent behavior and the results I get.

    而也因為這一點,已使我接下來的行為和所得到的結果有了巨大的不同。

  • These days, when my mind tells me I'm restless and should do something else, I simply thank it for the suggestion and then get back to the task at hand.

    近日,當我的思緒告訴我我焦躁不安,應該要做點其他事情時,我僅僅感謝它的建議,隨即回去做手邊的工作。

  • It's never the discomfort that stops you; it's how you perceive the discomfort.

    從來就不是不適使你停滯;而是你如何看待這個不適。

  • Your beliefs determine your response, and what you choose to believe is within your control.

    你的信念決定你的回應,而你選擇要相信的事物是在你的掌握之中的。

  • You can assign whatever meaning you want to discomfort.

    你可以給不適賦予任何你想要的意義。

  • I used to believe it was a signal that I should stop.

    我以前相信不適是個我應該停下來的信號。

  • These days, I believe it's a signal that I should keep going.

    如今,我認為這是我應該要繼續下去的信號。

  • I've decided that anytime I feel discomfort, that just means I've stepped into my mental gym, and that it's time for my mental resistance training.

    我已經決定每當我感到不適,那只是意味著我踏入了精神健身房,而此時正是進行我的精神抵抗力訓練的時候。

  • Willpower is a lot like muscle power. The more you exercise it, the stronger it will get.

    意志力和肌力極度相似。你越鍛鍊它,它就會越強壯。

  • If you practice it for an extended period of time, you can change your behavior around completely.

    如果你長時間實踐下去,你就能徹底改變你既有的行為。

  • You'll be able to do what others dread doing and to stay away from things that others can't resist doing.

    你將能做其他人不敢做的事,並且遠離其他人無法抗拒去做的事。

  • That level of self-control is exactly what's needed to become a remarkable person and create extraordinary results.

    那種程度的自我控制正是成為傑出人才所需,且會創造出絕佳的結果。

  • So, how do you get started?

    所以,你該如何開始呢?

  • The best way to practice mental resistance training is through voluntary hardship.

    實施精神抵抗力訓練的最佳方式是透過自願性的受苦。

  • Here are a few examples: Underdress for cold weather.

    以下有一些例子:天冷穿少一點。

  • Turn off the air conditioning in your house or car.

    待在屋內或車裡的時候關掉冷氣。

  • Take cold showers. Occasional fasting.

    洗冷水澡。偶爾禁食。

  • Drink only water. Sleep without a pillow.

    只喝水。睡覺不用枕頭。

  • High-intensity exercise. These are just a few ideas to help you come up with your personal mental resistance training.

    從事高強度的運動。這些只是一些想法,有助於你想到該怎麼進行。

  • The important thing is that you choose one and commit to it.

    你個人的精神抵抗力訓練。重要的是你從中選擇一個然後真的去做。

  • And just like in a physical gym, you don't want to use the heaviest weights right away.

    而就像進去健身房一樣,你不會想在一開始就使用最重的重量做訓練。

  • There's no point getting overwhelmed or injured.

    承受不住或受傷是完全沒意義的。

  • So, start small and then get a little bit every day.

    所以,從輕巧的開始,接著每天增加一點點。

  • If your willpower muscle is weak right now, it's perfectly fine to start by making your bed each morning.

    如果你的意志肌力現在很弱,藉由每天早上整理床鋪作為開始是再好不過的。

  • Or reading one page in a book.

    或是讀一頁書。

  • Or flossing one tooth.

    或者清潔一個牙縫。

  • If you're thinking to yourself right now: “I'm not the kind of person who practices voluntary discomfort,” be very mindful of the fact that this is the same voice you want to take control over.

    如果你現在對自己想:「我不是會實踐自願性不適的那種人」,你要很小心,因為事實上,這個聲音和你想拿回主控權的聲音是同一個。

  • Don't take it as literal truth. Remember — it's just a suggestion.

    別將它視為字面上的真理。記住—這只是個建議。

  • And it's entirely within your power what you do with that suggestion.

    而該如何處置這個建議,完全掌握在你手中。

  • If you choose to take action despite what your mind is telling you, it holds no power over you.

    如果你不理會思緒告訴你的建議而選擇行動,它就沒有駕馭你的力量。

  • You can decide to perceive discomfort as mental resistance training from this moment forward.

    你可以決定從此刻將不適視為精神抵抗力訓練。

  • And each time you push through the resistance, you'll notice that you'll get a little bit stronger.

    而你每挺過這個抵抗一次,你會發現你變得更強壯一點。

  • If you stick to the practice consistently, with time, it'll become second nature to do what you don't want to do.

    如果你持續保持這樣的訓練,隨著時間的過去,做你不想做的事情會變成你的第二天性。

  • You'll become a relentless action-taker.

    你會成為一個堅定不移的行動派。

  • And that's when you can turn your most desired goals into reality.

    而這正是你能將大部分想達成的目標轉為現實之際。

No matter what you want to accomplish in life, it's going to involve discomfort.

無論你在人生中想達成什麼,這過程勢必會包括不適。

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    michelle   發佈於 2019 年 03 月 17 日
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