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  • Productivity is effective movement.

    生產力是有效的運動。

  • It's running in the right direction for the longest distance.

    這是在正確的方向上跑出最遠的距離。

  • It's about making the greatest progress towards your goals in the shortest amount

    這是關於在最短的時間內向你的目標取得最大的進展。

  • of time.

    的時間。

  • And the key to productivity can be boiled down to a simple equation: distance equals

    而生產力的關鍵可以歸結為一個簡單的等式:距離等於

  • velocity multiplied by time, which equals another set of variables.

    速度乘以時間,等於另一組變量。

  • In this video, I'll explain all of the variables, giving you the ultimate guide to productivity.

    在這個視頻中,我將解釋所有的變量,給你生產力的終極指南。

  • Let's start by analyzing you.

    我們先來分析一下你。

  • You're an organism with a limited amount of energy that you can spend each day.

    你是一個有機體,每天能用的能量有限。

  • As you go about your daymoving, thinking, actingthis energy bar is slowly draining.

    當你每天都在忙碌著--移動、思考、行動--這個能量棒正在慢慢消耗。

  • And if you're mindless of how you spend this energy, you'll end each day with nothing

    如果你無心於如何使用這些能量,你會在每天結束時一無所有。

  • left to show for it.

    剩下的展示它。

  • So learning to use your own internal energy is critical to being productive, and the best

    所以,學會運用自己的內力,是提高工作效率的關鍵,也是最佳的

  • way to leverage your energy is by performing what I call Sprints.

    利用你的能量的方法是通過執行我所說的Sprints。

  • Sprints are time-bounded work sessions that require intense focus, active participation

    衝刺是有時間限制的工作會議,需要集中精力,積極參與。

  • in an activity, and pushing yourself beyond your current limits.

    在一項活動中,並超越自己目前的極限。

  • Working sprints, the ones I'm talking about in this video, are just like real sprints:

    工作衝刺,也就是我在這個視頻裡說的,就像真正的衝刺一樣。

  • a strenuous and intentional use of your energy.

    大力和有意地使用你的能量。

  • If you're a student, sprints are when you study at your desk with no distractions, and

    如果你是學生,衝刺是指你在書桌前心無旁騖地學習,而

  • you're actively working on homework problems, recalling flashcards, deconstructing a text,

    你在積極地做作業題,回憶閃卡,解構文本。

  • writing an essay, or doing practice examsnot reading over your notes or highlighting.

    寫一篇文章,或做模擬考試--而不是讀一遍筆記或做重點。

  • If you're a hockey player, it's intentional and strenuous practice on your conditioning,

    如果你是一名冰球運動員,就會有意識地對自己的身體狀況進行艱苦的練習。

  • puck handling, passing, or shooting, not idly skating around and shooting on the net for

    冰球處理,傳球,或射門,而不是無所事事地滑來滑去,並在網上射門,為

  • fun.

    樂趣。

  • If you're a writer, it's hammering out your words and performing surgical revisions.

    如果你是一個作家,那就是錘鍊文字,進行手術式的修改。

  • The purpose of a sprint is to make effective progress towards your goals by focusing your

    衝刺的目的是通過集中精力,有效地朝著目標前進。

  • energy on a singular task that challenges you, and this brings us back to the key formula:

    把精力用在挑戰你的單一任務上,這又讓我們回到了關鍵的公式。

  • d= vT.

    d= vT。

  • Every sprint has 3 key components: distance, velocity, and time, and I'm going to break

    每一次短跑都有3個關鍵的組成部分:距離、速度和時間,我將打破

  • down each one, starting with distance.

    下每一個,從距離開始。

  • Distance is the measure of your productive output.

    距離是衡量你的生產力產出的標準。

  • If we're running, it's the literal miles or kilometres we've travelled.

    如果我們在跑步,那就是我們走過的字面里程或公里數。

  • If we're writing, it's the number of words or pages we've written.

    如果我們在寫,就是寫了多少字或多少頁。

  • If we're studying fluid dynamics, it's the number of practice problems we've solved.

    如果說我們學習流體力學,那就是我們解決了多少練習題。

  • Distance is the measurable fruits of our labour, and it shows us if what we're doing is effective.

    距離是我們勞動的可衡量的成果,它能讓我們知道我們所做的事情是否有效。

  • Our goal is to increase the distance we run with each Sprint, and there are two ways to

    我們的目標是增加每次衝刺的跑動距離,有兩種方法

  • do this: increase our velocity or increase the time we work for.

    這樣做:提高我們的速度或增加我們工作的時間。

  • Let's start by analyzing time.

    我們先來分析一下時間。

  • Time, with a big T, can be broken down into two smaller components: time (with a little

    時間,有一個大T,可以分解成兩個小的組成部分:時間(有一點

  • t) and N. N is the number of sprints we decide to do in a day, and t is the length of each

    t)和N。N是我們決定在一天內進行的短跑次數,t是每個

  • sprint.

    衝刺。

  • For example, when I write, N is four and t is thirty minutes.

    比如我寫的時候,N是4,t是30分鐘。

  • That means I do four Sprints a day that last thirty minutes each.

    也就是說,我每天做四次短跑,每次持續三十分鐘。

  • Thirty minutes is how long I can successfully stay intensely focused in a single Sprint,

    30分鐘是我在一次衝刺中能成功保持強烈專注的時間。

  • and after four sprints a day, I'm pretty mentally exhausted.

    而在一天四次短跑之後,我的精神上已經很疲憊了。

  • You can experiment with the number of sprints you do in a day and how long you do them for

    你可以實驗一下一天的衝刺次數和衝刺的時間。

  • until you find a mix that works for you.

    直到你找到適合自己的組合。

  • The goal is to get both variables, N and t, as high as possible but in a way where you

    我們的目標是讓N和t這兩個變量儘可能的高,但要以一種你

  • can stay consistent.

    可以保持一致。

  • Going back to my writing example, I can consistently do four sprints a day for thirty minutes each

    回到我的寫作例子,我可以每天堅持做四次短跑,每次三十分鐘。

  • without fail.

    無不如此。

  • Keyword: consistently.

    關鍵字:始終如一。

  • Consistency depends on discipline, not motivation.

    一致性取決於紀律,而不是動機。

  • Here's what happens if you work off motivation.

    如果你工作沒有動力,就會出現這樣的情況。

  • You'll get excited and do four sprints for one hour each on the first day and exhaust

    你會很興奮,第一天做四次短跑,每次一小時,用盡

  • yourself.

    你自己。

  • You'll probably do one sprint for one hour the next day, fifteen the next, and then you'll

    你可能會在第二天做一個小時的衝刺,第二天做15個小時,然後你會。

  • give up altogether.

    完全放棄。

  • But here's what it looks like if you work off discipline.

    但是,如果你不遵守紀律的話,它是這樣的。

  • On the first day you work for fifteen minutes, and you still feel like you have energy in

    第一天,你工作了十五分鐘,你仍然覺得自己有精力在。

  • the tank, but you wait.

    坦克,但你等待。

  • The next day you do two sprints, and you still have more energy in the tank, but you wait

    第二天,你做了兩次衝刺,你仍然有更多的能量,但你等待著

  • again.

    再次。

  • On the third day you do three fifteen minute sprints, and on the fourth you do four, slowly

    第三天你要做三次十五分鐘的短跑,第四天你要做四次,慢慢地做。

  • ramping it up.

    加強它。

  • But on the fifth day, you try working twenty minutes each sprint instead of fifteen, and

    但到了第五天,你試著每次衝刺工作20分鐘,而不是15分鐘,然後。

  • you still have some energy left over.

    你還有一些能量剩餘。

  • So on the sixth day, you try working for thirty minutes, and you realize that you're a little

    所以在第六天,你試著工作了30分鐘,你發現你有些

  • tired this time.

    這次累了。

  • And in fact, that tiredness spills over into the next day, so you only do ten minute sprints

    而事實上,這種疲憊感會蔓延到第二天,所以你只做十分鐘的短跑。

  • now.

    現在。

  • Now you've successfully found your limit, and on the eight day, you revert back to twenty

    現在你已經成功地找到了自己的極限,在第八天,你又恢復到了二十歲

  • minute sprintswhich you consistently maintain going forward.

    分鐘的短跑--你始終如一地保持前進。

  • Discipline, not motivation, leads to consistent results, and discipline depends on thoughtful

    紀律,而不是動機,導致一致的結果,紀律取決於思想上的

  • experimentation, self-awareness, and self-respect.

    實驗、自覺和自尊。

  • We have to discover how much we can push ourselves, finding a healthy balance between being too

    我們必鬚髮現我們能把自己逼到什麼程度,在太過強勢和太過強勢之間找到一個健康的平衡點。

  • hard and too lenient.

    硬,太寬鬆。

  • When it comes to productively managing your time and energy, one of my favourite pieces

    當談到有效地管理你的時間和精力時,我最喜歡的作品之一是:"我的時間"。

  • of advice comes from Hemingway: You write until you come to a place where you still

    的建議來自海明威。你寫,直到你來到一個地方,你仍然...

  • have your juice and know what will happen next and you stop and try to live through

    有你的果汁,並知道接下來會發生什麼,你停下來,並試圖通過生活。

  • until the next day when you hit it again.

    直到第二天再打。

  • Hemingway didn't work until his tank was empty, like many overly-motivated, eager beginners

    海明威在油箱空了之後才開始工作,就像許多過於積極、急於求成的初學者一樣。

  • tend to do.

    傾向於做。

  • He kept a consistent regimen, and he always ended his work day with some energy left in

    他保持著一貫的作息時間,每天工作結束時,他總是有餘力的。

  • his tank, when he knew how he would continue his story the next day.

    他的坦克,當他知道第二天將如何繼續他的故事。

  • By ending in a place where you know what step to take next, you'll build anticipation

    通過在一個你知道下一步要做什麼的地方結束,你會建立起期待。

  • that will let you hit the ground running on the next day.

    這將讓你在第二天就能上手。

  • Productivity, when it comes to the things that matter, is always a long-term marathon,

    生產力,當涉及到重要的事情時,總是一場長期的馬拉松。

  • and to run the marathon, you have to learn to manage your time in a way where you can

    而跑馬拉松,你必須學會管理你的時間的方式,在那裡你能

  • make consistent daily progress, and managing your time comes back to two factors: the number

    每天都有持續的進步,而管理你的時間又回到了兩個因素上:數量。

  • of sprints you do (n) and how long they are (t).

    您所做的短跑次數(n)和時間(t)。

  • But time is not the most critical factor for being productive for 3 reasons.

    但時間並不是提高工作效率的最關鍵因素,原因有三。

  • (1) Your upsides are limited.

    (1)你的上升空間有限。

  • Once you're working around 60-80 hours a week, you're reaching the maximum of what's

    一旦你每週工作60-80小時左右,你就達到了最大的什麼是

  • probably possible for the average person.

    對於一般人來說,可能是可能的。

  • The rest of your gains in productivity will come from your velocity, not your time.

    剩下的生產力的提升將來自於你的速度,而不是你的時間。

  • (2) The returns are diminishing.

    (2)收益越來越少。

  • Once you're working 80 hours a week, you'll probably burnout and become tired, reducing

    一旦你每週工作80小時,你很可能會產生倦怠感,變得疲憊不堪,減少了

  • your long-term productivity.

    你的長期生產力。

  • (3) And the final reason, time is an imprecise metric.

    (3)還有最後一個原因,時間是一個不精確的度量。

  • When some people say they worked for sixty hours, what they really mean is they sat in

    當有些人說他們工作了60個小時時,他們真正的意思是他們坐在... ...

  • an office for sixty hours, doing a little work here and there.

    在辦公室工作60個小時,在這裡和那裡做一點工作。

  • Or think about a college kid who says he was studying at the library all day, when really

    或者想想一個大學生,他說他整天都在圖書館學習,但實際上

  • he was just sitting in the library with his books open, chatting to a friend.

    他只是坐在圖書館裡,打開書本,和朋友哈拉。

  • Time passes regardless of what you do, so it becomes a very easy metric to fool yourself

    不管你做什麼,時間都會流逝,所以這就成了一個非常容易欺騙自己的指標了

  • with.

    與:

  • Now let's move on to the more critical factor when trying to be productive: velocity.

    現在,讓我們來談談在嘗試生產時更關鍵的因素:速度。

  • Your sprint velocity is made up of two key components: direction (D) and stride (R).

    你的衝刺速度由兩個關鍵部分組成:方向(D)和步幅(R)。

  • Let's start with direction.

    先說說方向吧。

  • Obviously, before you get moving, you have to decide which way you want to sprint.

    很顯然,在你動身之前,你必須決定你要往哪個方向衝刺。

  • The direction you run in is often more important than how hard you run.

    你跑的方向往往比你跑得多努力更重要。

  • Consider this example.

    考慮這個例子。

  • Two mechanical engineers take jobs in different industries, one in the oil industry and one

    兩位機械工程師在不同的行業工作,一位是石油行業,一位是

  • in HVAC.

    在暖通空調。

  • Assuming they work with the same intensity, the engineer in the oil industry will likely

    假設他們的工作強度相同,石油行業的工程師很可能會

  • make more money based purely on the direction he chose.

    賺更多的錢,純粹是基於他選擇的方向。

  • Or consider this.

    或者考慮一下這個。

  • If you invested $100 in apple on January 1, 2002, you would have $34000 today.

    如果你在2002年1月1日投資100元在蘋果上,你今天就有34000元。

  • But if you invested $100 in Netflix on January 1, 2002, you would have $48000.

    但如果你在2002年1月1日投資100美元到Netflix,你將擁有48000美元。

  • I pulled these numbers off an online calculator, so they might be inaccurate, but the underlying

    我把這些數字從網上的計算器上拉下來,所以它們可能不準確,但基本的...

  • point remains true: where you invest your energy is more important than how much you

    這一點仍然是正確的:你在哪裡投資你的精力比你有多少錢更重要。

  • invest.

    投資。

  • But how do we decide which direction to run in?

    但我們如何決定往哪個方向跑呢?

  • The direction we choose is based on our values.

    我們選擇的方向是基於我們的價值觀。

  • The HVAC engineer, for example, might value environmentalism more than money, where as

    例如,暖通工程師可能更看重環保,而不是金錢,哪裡像

  • the oil engineer values money more than environmentalism, which is why they chose their specific directions.

    石油工程師更看重金錢而非環保,這也是他們選擇特定方向的原因。

  • Of course, this is just an example, I'm not saying all oil or HVAC engineers have

    當然,這只是一個例子,我並不是說所有的石油或暖通工程師都有

  • these values.

    這些數值。

  • So how do we find our values?

    那麼我們如何找到自己的價值呢?

  • If you ask people what they value, they'll say things likelove, kindness, honesty,

    如果你問人們重視什麼,他們會說 "愛、善良、誠實 "之類的話。

  • and service,”

    和服務,"

  • then they'll rage the next time someone cuts them off in traffic.

    然後,他們會憤怒的下一次 有人在交通中切斷他們。

  • Values are what we act out, not what we say, and often times, we're not even aware of

    價值觀是我們表現出來的,而不是我們說出來的,很多時候,我們甚至沒有意識到。

  • our own true values.

    我們自己的真正價值。

  • But you might be able to discover some of your values by reflecting on your past experiences.

    但你或許可以通過反思自己過去的經歷來發現自己的一些價值觀。

  • Think about a time someone made you very envious or angry.

    想一想曾經有人讓你非常羨慕或憤怒。

  • That probably gives some insight into your values.

    這大概可以看出你的價值觀。

  • Or think about your idols.

    或者想想你的偶像。

  • Who do you admire?

    你崇拜誰?

  • That might give you insight into your values.

    這或許能讓你瞭解自己的價值觀。

  • And don't lie to yourself.

    也不要自欺欺人。

  • Ask yourself if you would trade places with your idol.

    捫心自問,你會不會和你的偶像交換位置。

  • Paparazzi and business man.

    狗仔隊和商人。

  • Would you rather be Kim Kardashian or Mother Theresa?

    你願意做金-卡戴珊還是特蕾莎修女?

  • Jeff Bezos or Gandhi?

    傑夫-貝佐斯還是甘地?

  • This might give you some insight into your values.

    這也許會讓你對自己的價值觀有一些瞭解。

  • But our values aren't set in stone.

    但我們的價值觀並不是一成不變的。

  • As we collect more varied life experiences, our values can change.

    當我們收集更多不同的生活經驗時,我們的價值觀也會發生變化。

  • We discover our values through experiences and reflection.

    我們通過體驗和反思發現自己的價值。

  • Reflect on what experiences you truly want, don't want, and what values will take you

    反思自己真正想要的、不想要的經歷是什麼,什麼樣的價值觀會帶你走下去

  • there.

    在那裡。

  • Once you determine your values and direction, it's time to work on the next part of velocity:

    一旦你確定了你的數值和方向,就可以進行速度的下一部分工作了。

  • your stride.

    你的步伐。

  • Your stride is the actual action you take to make effective progress towards your goal.

    你的步子是你為了向你的目標取得有效進展而採取的實際行動。

  • You have to identify it for yourself.

    你要自己去辨別。

  • If your goal is to write a book, then your stride is actually sitting at your desk and

    如果你的目標是寫一本書,那麼你的步履其實就是坐在書桌前,然後。

  • writing the words.

    寫字。

  • If your goal is to become a pianist, then your stride is sitting down to play the piano.

    如果你的目標是成為一名鋼琴家,那麼你的步伐就是坐下來彈鋼琴。

  • Your stride is the next action you can take to move towards your goal.

    你的步子是你向目標邁進的下一個動作。

  • Your stride is made up of two components: stride length (L) and rhythm (Y).

    你的步幅由兩部分組成:步幅(L)和節奏(Y)。

  • Stride length is the distance between each step, and rhythm is how often you take each

    步幅是指每一步之間的距離,節奏是指每一步的頻率。

  • step.

    步。

  • To improve your stride, you can work on either of these two components.

    要想改善你的步伐,你可以在這兩個部分中的任何一個方面進行練習。

  • What does it mean to improve your stride length?

    提高步幅是什麼意思?

  • Stride length is a measure of how effective the action you take is with respect to your

    步幅是衡量你所採取的行動是否有效的標準。

  • goal.

    目標:

  • In other words, it's a measure of your skill level.

    換句話說,這是對你技術水平的衡量。

  • What's the difference between me sitting down to write and Hemingway?

    我坐下來寫作和海明威有什麼區別?

  • Stride length.

    步長。

  • Give us both the same amount of time to write and you'll notice a disparity between the

    給我們倆同樣的時間來寫,你會發現兩者之間的差距。

  • quality of our work.

    我們的工作品質。

  • If you give me and Steph Curry the same amount of time to shoot hoops, he's going to sink

    如果你給我和斯蒂芬-庫裡同樣的時間去投籃,他就會被擊沉

  • a lot more in.

    多了很多在。

  • So how do you improve your stride length?

    那麼如何提高自己的步幅呢?

  • Through deliberate practice.

    通過刻意練習。

  • How does deliberate practice work?

    刻意練習是如何進行的?

  • It's pretty simple.

    這是很簡單的。

  • There are two components to deliberate practice: action and feedback.

    刻意練習的內容有兩個:行動和反饋。

  • If you wanted to improve your weight lifting form, you could film yourself lifting and

    如果你想改善你的舉重形式,你可以拍攝自己的舉重和

  • then compare it to the footage of a professional.

    然後與專業人員的鏡頭進行對比。

  • The goal is to take action and then get feedback by comparing your action to the ideal action.

    目標是採取行動,然後通過比較你的行動和理想的行動來獲得反饋。

  • Or in other words, take action and compare your action to those of someone who's more

    或者換句話說,採取行動,並將你的行動與更多人的行動進行比較。

  • skilled at what you do.

    熟練的你做什麼。

  • Alternatively, instead of filming yourself, you could hire a coach, and the coach has

    另外,你可以不自己拍,而是請一個教練,教練有

  • an understanding of the ideal, and so he or she gives you feedback to help you move closer

    對理想的理解,是以,他或她會給你反饋,幫助你更靠近

  • to it.

    到它。

  • If you wanted to learn how to produce music, you might try to recreate your favourite beats

    如果你想學習如何製作音樂,你可能會嘗試重新制作你最喜歡的節奏。

  • or music that you hear on the radio.

    或你在收音機裡聽到的音樂。

  • Again, your taking action and comparing it to an ideal to correct your action.

    同樣,你的行動和比照理想來糾正你的行動。

  • When we start something new, the ideal is often way beyond us.

    當我們開始做一件新的事情時,理想往往遠遠超出了我們的範圍。

  • Comparing ourselves to the best pianist, for example, may be discouraging and unhelpful,

    例如,將自己與最好的鋼琴家進行比較,可能會讓人灰心喪氣,無濟於事。

  • so we might compare ourselves to lesser versions of the ideal instead.

    所以我們可以把自己比作理想中的較小版本。

  • We can imitate people who are just beyond us in skill level, slowly inching ourselves

    我們可以模仿那些在技術水平上剛剛超越我們的人,慢慢地讓自己的技術水平越來越高。

  • towards the ideal.

    向著理想的方向發展。

  • Deliberate practice usually begins with imitation, but as your skills grow, you develop a stronger

    刻意的練習通常是從模仿開始的,但隨著你的技能的增長,你會發展出更強的。

  • relationship to the ideal archetype or idea itself, and you shed the need to imitate.

    與理想原型或理念本身的關係,你就會捨棄模仿的需要。

  • You learn to act on your own instead.

    你要學會自己行動,而不是。

  • Now, after stride length, the final component is rhythm: how often you take a stride.

    現在,在步長之後,最後一個組成部分是節奏:你邁步的頻率。

  • The key to rhythm is creating the right conditions to allow yourself to enter a state of flow.

    節奏的關鍵是創造合適的條件,讓自己進入流動的狀態。

  • Flow is a state where your focus is pointed, singular, and unbroken.

    流動是一種狀態,在這種狀態下,你的注意力是尖銳的、單一的、不間斷的。

  • The key to creating a state of flow is to remove things that break your focus.

    創造流動狀態的關鍵是去除打破你注意力的東西。

  • There are two ways to do this.

    有兩種方法可以做到這一點。

  • (1) Remove all external distractions from your environment.

    (1)排除一切外界環境的干擾。

  • For example, your phone, the internet, music, other people, so on and so forth.

    比如,你的手機、網絡、音樂、其他人,等等等等。

  • Remove whatever might create sudden and unexpected distractions.

    去除任何可能造成突然和意外的干擾。

  • (2) Work on something in alignment with your highest value.

    (2)努力做一些符合自己最高價值的事情。

  • The more meaningful you find the work you do, the more important you feel it is, the

    你覺得你所做的工作越有意義,你覺得它越重要,你就會覺得它越有意義。

  • less likely you are to let things pull your attention away from it.

    更不可能讓事情把你的注意力從它身上拉走。

  • Its very hard to ever live a life free of distractions and obligations to others, especially

    它的生活很難沒有雜念和對他人的義務,特別是。

  • if you have kids or a large family.

    如果你有孩子或大家庭。

  • But if you can work on things you find deeply meaningful, you'll be less likely to have

    但如果你能在你覺得有深意的事情上下功夫,你就不太會有。

  • your attention suddenly pulled away from the task at hand.

    你的注意力突然從手頭的工作中抽離出來。

  • For example, when people play video games or watch TV, they can keep their focus glued

    例如,當人們玩電子遊戲或看電視時,他們可以保持他們的注意力集中在

  • to their screens if they really need to, even if there are other distractions.

    如果他們真的需要,即使有其他的分心,也要對著他們的螢幕。

  • That's because they find the activity more meaningful than everything else going on.

    那是因為他們覺得這個活動比其他一切活動更有意義。

  • The same thing can happen when you're reading a gripping book or sending an important message.

    當你在閱讀一本引人入勝的書或發送一條重要的資訊時,同樣的事情也會發生。

  • So, let me summarize everything.

    所以,讓我來總結一下一切。

  • Productivity is movement, and one of the most effective ways to make successful movements

    生產力就是運動,而成功的運動最有效的方法之一就是運動

  • is by performing Sprints.

    是通過執行Sprints。

  • A Sprint is a highly-focused, intentional, engaged, and time-bounded work session that

    衝刺是一個高度集中的、有目的的、參與性的、有時間限制的工作會議,它可以

  • pushes you beyond your current limits.

    促使你超越你目前的極限。

  • The goal of each Sprint is to travel the greatest distance towards your goal as possible.

    每一次衝刺的目標都是儘可能的向著自己的目標前進最大的距離。

  • Distance is equal to velocity multiplied by time.

    距離等於速度乘以時間。

  • The total time you Sprint for each day is dependent on how many times you Sprint a day

    您每天衝刺的總時間取決於您每天衝刺的次數。

  • and how long you Sprint for.

    以及你衝刺了多久。

  • Velocity is a function of the direction you choose and your stride.

    速度是你選擇的方向和步幅的函數。

  • Your direction is based on your values or goals.

    你的方向是基於你的價值觀或目標。

  • Your stride depends on your stride length and your rhythm.

    你的步幅取決於你的步幅長度和節奏。