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  • Most people drift through life with no sense of purpose, no direction or true joy.

    大多數人在生活中漂泊,沒有目標感,沒有方向感,也沒有真正的快樂。

  • They pay no attention to the fact they aren't happy and never address the mindset and choices that led to that unhappiness.

    他們不重視自己不快樂的事實,也從不解決導致不快樂的心態和選擇。

  • But if they did, they might be able to reverse it.

    但如果他們這樣做了,他們也許能逆轉。

  • Most people have limiting beliefs, and so their life is limited.

    大多數人都有限制性的信念,所以他們的生活是有限的。

  • They believe life is hard.

    他們認為生活是艱難的。

  • They believe life is a challenge full of sadness and misery.

    他們認為生活是一種充滿悲傷和痛苦的挑戰。

  • They believe at some level, consciously or subconsciously, their best days are behind them.

    他們在某種程度上自覺或潛意識地相信,他們最好的日子已經過去了。

  • They believe fitting in and wearing masks will get them a better or easier life than being their true self.

    他們相信,與做真實的自己相比,融入社會、戴上面具會讓他們獲得更好或更輕鬆的生活。

  • And following their true passions, their happiness is dependent on what happens.

    而追隨他們真正的激情,他們的幸福取決於發生的事情。

  • They're not in control of life.

    他們無法掌控生活。

  • Life is in control of them.

    生活在他們的掌控之中。

  • If you are able to switch your beliefs about life to these seven empowering beliefs, life will start to work For you.

    如果你能夠將你對生活的信念切換到這七種賦能的信念上,生活就會開始為你工作。

  • The blessings will appear.

    福報會出現。

  • Joy that is inside you will start rising out.

    你內心的喜悅會開始上升出來。

  • Here are seven beliefs You must have toe live a great life number one.

    這裡有七個信念,你必須有一個偉大的生活第一。

  • I decide how I feel no matter the circumstances.

    無論在什麼情況下,我都會決定自己的感受。

  • Number two I have so much to be thankful for number three.

    二號我有太多的感謝三號。

  • Being myself attracts the right people.

    做自己能吸引到合適的人。

  • Number four, I am capable of anything.

    第四,我什麼都能做。

  • Number five kindness always wins number six.

    五號的善良總是贏得六號。

  • I have so much to offer.

    我有很多東西可以提供。

  • Number seven my best is yet to come.

    七號,我最好的還在後面。

  • Let me go over each one to help you understand them a little more.

    讓我來逐一介紹一下,幫助你更瞭解它們。

  • Number one, I decide how I feel.

    第一,我決定我的感覺。

  • No matter the circumstances, Have you ever noticed how unhappy people seem to get upset over just about anything?

    無論在什麼情況下,你有沒有注意到,不快樂的人似乎會因為任何事情而不高興?

  • Did you also notice that they seem to have a lot to be unhappy about?

    你是否也注意到,他們似乎有很多不開心的事情?

  • The truth is they let every little circumstance make them unhappy.

    事實上,他們讓每一個小環境都讓他們不開心。

  • Someone cuts them off in traffic ruins their day.

    有人在交通中截住他們,毀了他們的一天。

  • Someone says something unkind.

    有人說了些不客氣的話。

  • They replay it in their mind for weeks.

    他們會在腦海中回放幾個星期。

  • When you adopt the belief that you are in control over how you feel and you commit to do the daily work on yourself to things happen.

    當你採用的信念,你是在控制你的感覺,你承諾做每天的工作對自己的事情發生。

  • The first is that you become empowered.

    第一是你變得有能力。

  • You know nothing has the power to make you unhappy.

    你知道沒有什麼東西有能力讓你不快樂。

  • Onley.

    Onley.

  • Your thoughts can do that.

    你的思想可以做到這一點。

  • You decide what every event means and you choose to see the blessing and everything.

    你決定每一件事的意義,你選擇看清祝福和一切。

  • The second is you start to attract better circumstances when you are putting out better energy.

    二是當你發出更好的能量時,你開始吸引更好的環境。

  • Better is attracted to you, and you notice mawr of the magic all around.

    更好的是吸引你,你注意到周圍的魔法。

  • You know that you decide how you feel and commit to do that daily.

    你知道,你決定你的感受,並承諾每天這樣做。

  • Work on yourself so you can start and live every day in a beautiful state.

    在自己身上下功夫,讓自己每天都能以一種美麗的狀態開始和生活。

  • Number two.

    二號

  • I have so much to be thankful for.

    我有太多的事情要感謝。

  • This'll is pretty easy for anyone to understand.

    這對任何人來說都很容易理解。

  • Happy people are happy because they appreciate more than unhappy people.

    幸福的人是快樂的,因為他們比不快樂的人更懂得欣賞。

  • It has been said many times.

    已經說過很多次了。

  • You can be happy with little or miserable with much knowing this, you understand the goal is never to accumulate wealth or things.

    你可以用少的東西快樂,也可以用多的東西痛苦,知道了這些,你就明白了目標絕不是為了積累財富和東西。

  • It's to get to a place where you feel like you have everything because that is all it iss.

    就是要到一個你覺得自己擁有一切的地方,因為這就是一切。

  • Ah, feeling feel blessed and you'll be blessed.

    啊,感覺覺得自己很幸福,你會很幸福。

  • Feel blessed and you are blessed.

    覺得自己很幸福,你也很幸福。

  • Number three.

    第三個。

  • Being myself attracts the right people.

    做自己能吸引到合適的人。

  • One of the greatest tragedies of human beings is that the majority change who they are to fit into the world.

    人類最大的悲劇之一,就是大多數人為了適應這個世界而改變自己的身份。

  • They believe being like someone else will make them fit in, better with others.

    他們相信,和別人一樣會讓他們融入其中,更好地與他人相處。

  • Be liked by others.

    被別人喜歡。

  • But the truth is, you'll never attract the right people by being someone you are not be yourself and the right people for you will show up right?

    但事實上,你永遠不會通過做一個不是自己的人吸引到合適的人,適合你的人就會出現,對吧?

  • People will love the rial You, Ralph Waldo Emerson once said to be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.

    人們會喜歡rial你,拉爾夫-沃爾多-愛默生曾經說過,在一個不斷試圖讓你變成別的東西的世界裡,做自己是最大的成就。

  • Have the courage to be you always believe.

    有勇氣做你始終相信。

  • And no, If you do so perfect people and circumstances will show up in your life.

    而不是,如果你這麼做,完美的人和環境就會出現在你的生活中。

  • Number four I am capable of anything successful people know with absolute certainty.

    第四條我有能力,任何成功人士都有絕對的把握知道。

  • Anything they believe can be their reality.

    他們相信的任何東西都可以成為他們的現實。

  • Imagine what you could create in your life with the belief I am capable of anything.

    想象一下,只要相信我什麼都能做,你就能在生活中創造什麼。

  • Well, you are.

    嗯,你是。

  • So believe it.

    所以相信它。

  • No it and apply it to something.

    不它,並將其應用於某事。

  • You want that dream.

    你想要那個夢想。

  • You have planned for it.

    你已經計劃好了。

  • Work for it and go get it.

    為之努力,去爭取。

  • That change you've been putting off.

    你一直在拖延的改變。

  • Believe you can do it and go for it.

    相信你能做到,然後去做。

  • Number five Kindness always wins.

    第五條 善良永遠是贏家。

  • Some people believe kindness is weakness.

    有些人認為善良是弱點。

  • They believe kind people get walked over.

    他們相信善良的人是會被走過來的。

  • They'll point to an example from years ago where they gave their heart and soul and that one person trampled all over it.

    他們會指出多年前的一個例子,他們付出了自己的心血,而那個人卻將其踐踏殆盡。

  • So they adopted the belief that this is what happens every time.

    所以他們採用了這樣的信念:每次都是這樣。

  • They're kind.

    他們是善良的。

  • If someone tripped you over once while you were walking, you wouldn't let that person stop you from walking, would you?

    如果有人在你走路的時候把你絆倒一次,你不會讓那個人阻止你走路吧?

  • It's not the walking that made you trip over.

    不是走著走著就被絆倒了。

  • It was the unkind person in life.

    是生活中不善良的人。

  • Yes, some people will do you wrong, but that doesn't mean you throw everyone into the same basket.

    是的,有些人會對你不利,但這並不意味著你把所有人都扔進同一個籃子裡。

  • You be kind because that's who you are, not because you want something out of it like a transaction.

    你善良是因為那是你的本性,而不是因為你想從中得到什麼,比如交易。

  • Who do you think kind people are attracted to?

    你覺得善良的人都會被誰吸引?

  • Other kind people are those who refused to be kind because they were hurt by someone else long ago.

    其他善良的人是指那些因為早已被別人傷害而拒絕善良的人。

  • Who do you think amazing people love to be around.

    你認為了不起的人喜歡和誰在一起。

  • Those who are kind and genuine are those who are closed off, do good by others, treat others how you want to be treated not because you want something from them but because you know the world is a little better every time someone like you does good, no matter how small.

    那些善良真誠的人,是那些封閉的人,由著別人做好事,你想怎麼對待別人,不是因為你想從別人那裡得到什麼,而是因為你知道,每當有像你這樣的人做好事,無論多小的事,這個世界都會變得更好一點。

  • Number six, everything is a blessing or a lesson.

    第六條,凡事都是祝福,或者說是教訓。

  • We've all been through hard times, every one of us.

    我們都經歷過困難時期,我們每個人都是如此。

  • Some people who have been through minor hard times believe that their life is far less because of the event.

    有些經歷過小困難時期的人,認為自己的人生因為這件事而少了很多。

  • Others who have been through pure hell believe at some level it was sent as either a lesson or a blessing.

    還有一些經歷過純粹地獄的人認為,在某種層面上,它是作為一種教訓或祝福而送來的。

  • Think of the survivors of diseases or abuse.

    想想那些疾病或虐待的倖存者。

  • They go through the worst kinds of pain.

    他們經歷了最嚴重的痛苦。

  • But because of that pain they rise out of it with a new passion for life.

    但正因為有了這種痛苦,他們才會從痛苦中升起對生活的新熱情。

  • They rise out of it with a sense of purpose, wanting to help others who are going through the same pain.

    他們帶著一種使命感從中崛起,想幫助其他經歷同樣痛苦的人。

  • You can learn from your past.

    你可以從你的過去學習。

  • You can use it.

    你可以用它。

  • Believe it was set to make you stronger, better and more compassionate.

    相信它的設定是為了讓你變得更強、更好、更有同情心。

  • Believe there was a reason for it.

    相信這是有原因的。

  • Number seven My best is yet to come.

    第七條 我最好的還在後面

  • What would you attempt?

    你會嘗試什麼?

  • What could you achieve if you knew your best was yet to come?

    如果你知道你的最佳狀態還沒有到來,你能做到什麼?

  • Well, guess what your best is yet to come Look yourself in the mirror every morning and tell yourself my best is yet to come.

    好吧,你猜怎麼著,你最好的還沒來 每天早上照照鏡子,告訴自己我最好的還沒來。

  • My best is yet to come.

    我最好的還在後面。

  • Believe it.

    相信它。

  • Live that belief.

    活出這個信念。

  • Create something many things in your life that are the best results you've ever achieved in that area.

    在你的生活中創造一些很多東西,是你在這個領域取得的最好的結果。

  • Adopt these seven beliefs and just try to make your life less magical.

    採納這七個信念,就可以試著讓你的生活不那麼神奇了。

  • It's impossible.

    這是不可能的。

  • Yeah, A reasonable life could be achieved by anyone.

    是啊,合理的生活誰都可以實現。

  • No, que life.

    不,什麼生活。

  • An okay job.

    一個還不錯的工作。

  • Okay, Relationships.

    好吧,關係。

  • Anyone could have these.

    任何人都可以擁有這些。

  • If you want a great life, you must commit toe leading a great life to doing things the majority do not do.

    如果你想擁有一個偉大的人生,你必須致力於帶領一個偉大的人生去做大多數人不做的事情。

  • Commit to thinking like the minority, not like the majority.

    致力於像少數人一樣思考,而不是像多數人一樣。

Most people drift through life with no sense of purpose, no direction or true joy.

大多數人在生活中漂泊,沒有目標感,沒有方向感,也沒有真正的快樂。

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