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  • Maintaining flow is similar to catching a current in the ocean.

    保持流量,類似於在海洋中捕捉水流。

  • Once you're in it, you seem to be gliding with the flow rather than

    一旦你進入其中,你似乎是隨波逐流,而不是。

  • almost trying to hold on to it.

    幾乎想堅持下去。

  • It's something that just comes to you and you stay with it.

    它是你的東西,只是來了你,你留著它。

  • Flow is when a person is in a highly focussed mental state

    流動是指人在精神高度集中的狀態下。

  • where nothing else seems to matter.

    在那裡,其他一切似乎都不重要了。

  • It occurs when your perceived skill level

    當你認為自己的技能水準

  • and the challenge at hand are equal,

    和眼前的挑戰是平等的。

  • and you are as in control of your mind and body as you can be.

    和你一樣控制著你的身心,你可以。

  • When I experience flow I just feel really, really focussed

    當我體驗到流動的時候,我就會覺得真的,真的很專注。

  • and everything seems to works for me.

    一切似乎都為我工作。

  • You just feel confident in everything you do

    你做什麼都很有信心

  • there's no negative thoughts coming in

    心無旁騖

  • so you just feel like you can perform to your best each time.

    所以你就覺得自己每次都能發揮到最好。

  • The key aspects of flow

    流程的主要方面

  • are being able to perform a task seemingly automatically,

    正在能夠看似自動地執行一項任務。

  • having absolute concentration on the task at hand,

    全神貫注於手頭的工作;

  • maintaining a sense of control over the performance

    保持對業績的控制感

  • and a loss of self-consciousness.

    和自我意識的喪失。

  • In tennis there can be tons of things that can distract you.

    在網球比賽中,可以有大量的事情讓你分心。

  • When it comes to sport, many athletes focus on the outcome of the game

    說到體育,很多運動員都會關注比賽的結果。

  • the match or the race, the desire to win,

    比賽或競賽,勝利的慾望。

  • or they become distracted by how they played in the last point.

    或者他們會因為最後一點的發揮而分心。

  • When athletes dwell on these egocentric thoughts

    當運動員沉浸在這些以自我為中心的想法中時

  • we'll often see them start to lose focus

    我們經常會看到他們開始失去重心。

  • and their performance starts to deteriorate.

    而他們的性能開始變差。

  • The most difficult thing about staying in flow

    最難的是要保持流動

  • is the external things.

    是外物。

  • Your opponent is obviously... Can be one of the most distracting things,

    你的對手顯然是...可以是最讓人分心的事情之一。

  • and just to isolate yourself sometimes from your opponent

    只是為了讓自己有時與對手隔離開來

  • and simply focus on what you're doing

    而只需專注於你正在做的事情

  • really helps for more focus and flow display.

    真的有助於更多的焦點和流量的顯示。

  • Although being in a state of flow is something that's usually associated

    雖然處於流動的狀態是通常與之相關的東西

  • with high level athletes,

    與高水平運動員。

  • it's something that potentially anyone is able to achieve.

    這是潛在的任何人都能實現的事情。

  • From playing an instrument

    從演奏樂器

  • to a surgeon carrying out a complex operation.

    到外科醫生進行復雜的手術。

  • But what can you do to give yourself the best possible chance

    但怎樣做才能給自己最好的機會呢?

  • for achieving a state of flow?

    用於實現流動狀態?

  • Here are my tips to help increase the probability of flow

    下面是我的小技巧,幫助大家提高流量的概率。

  • in your everyday life.

    在你的日常生活中。

  • Sports psychologist Bob Rotella

    運動心理學家Bob Rotella

  • highlighted the importance of letting go of memories of shots, good or bad,

    突出強調了放手的重要性,不管是好的還是壞的鏡頭記憶。

  • and focus on the here and now,

    並專注於此時此刻。

  • as it really helps you focus on the process

    因為它真的能幫助你專注於這個過程

  • and what you're specifically doing at that moment in time.

    以及你在那個時刻具體在做什麼。

  • This could be achieved through setting mastery orientated goals,

    這可以通過制定以掌握為導向的目標來實現。

  • and you can recite to yourself at times throughout the performance.

    並且在整個表演過程中,你可以時時自言自語地背誦。

  • A key characteristic of flow is immediate feedback.

    流量的一個重要特徵是即時反饋。

  • This can be provided by teammates,

    這可以由隊友提供。

  • coaches or yourself as you complete the activity.

    當你完成活動時,教練或你自己。

  • When possible, try to figure out what you're doing well and why.

    在可能的情況下,儘量弄清楚自己做的好,為什麼。

  • As well as what you can be doing better and how.

    以及你可以做得更好的地方和方法。

  • This will make you an active learner

    這將使你成為一個積極的學習者

  • and aid the development of future goals and targets

    並協助制定未來的目標和指標

  • necessary to achieve your desired outcome.

    達成你所期望的結果所必需的。

  • Be a better practitioner of your skills, not a goal chaser.

    做一個更好的技能實踐者,而不是一個目標追逐者。

  • This feedback can be based on your pre-set mastery orientated goals.

    這種反饋可以基於你預先設定的掌握導向性目標。

  • Am I achieving these or not? What can I do to achieve these?

    我到底有沒有做到這些?為了實現這些,我可以做什麼?

  • Doing this as quickly as possible

    儘快做到這一點

  • will help you effectively move on from situations,

    將幫助你有效地擺脫困境。

  • and focus on the present.

    並專注於現在。

  • If the task is too easy then focus is extremely difficult to achieve

    如果任務太簡單,那麼專注力就極難實現了。

  • and it may become tedious.

    並可能變得乏味。

  • If the task is too difficult

    如果任務太難

  • you may feel anxious about whether or not you can meet the demands.

    你可能會對自己是否能滿足要求感到焦慮。

  • Make sure you always set yourself goals that match your skill level,

    確保你總是給自己設定與你的技術水平相匹配的目標。

  • but also challenge you.

    但也是對你的挑戰。

  • When you achieve these goals,

    當你實現這些目標時。

  • set yourself more challenging targets in order to remain in flow.

    給自己設定更有挑戰性的目標,以保持流動。

  • I personally find flow quite easy to remain in but hard to find.

    我個人覺得流量挺容易保持的,但是很難找到。

  • But once you find it, you're in the zone

    但一旦你找到它,你就會在這個區域內。

  • an d, as it says, you just flow through the match.

    就像它說的那樣,你只是在比賽中流動。

  • Thanks for watching! :)

    謝謝你的觀看!:)

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    不要忘記訂閱並點擊鈴鐺接收新視頻的通知。我們很快會再見面的

Maintaining flow is similar to catching a current in the ocean.

保持流量,類似於在海洋中捕捉水流。

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