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  • Time, according to Greek philosopher Theophrastus, is the most valuable

    在希臘哲學家西奧弗拉斯圖斯看來,時間是最寶貴的。

  • thing you can spend.

    你可以花的東西。

  • We may want more of it, but we're stuck with the same 24-hour wad

    我們可能想要更多的,但我們只能用同樣的24小時的包裹。

  • every day of our lives.

    我們生命中的每一天。

  • Beyoncé's Single Ladies was written in no more than 20 minutes.

    碧昂斯的《單身女郎》的創作時間不超過20分鐘。

  • That's one stonking pop banger created in less than 2% of a day.

    那是一個在一天之內用不到2%的時間創造出來的震撼人心的流行歌曲。

  • Imagine what you could achieve in the other 98%.

    想象一下,你能在另外98%的人身上實現什麼?

  • The question is, how?

    問題是,怎麼做?

  • Well, how you think about time can actually help you use it

    那麼,你如何看待時間,其實可以幫助你利用時間

  • more wisely, and could leave you a lot healthier and happier.

    更加明智,可以讓你更加健康快樂。

  • You know that rare feeling of having plenty of time to do what you want?

    你知道那種難得的感覺,有足夠的時間去做你想做的事嗎?

  • Psychologists call it 'time affluence',

    心理學家稱之為 "時間富裕"。

  • and it does a lot for your sense of wellbeing.

    而且它對你的幸福感有很大的幫助。

  • Bizarre as it may sound, it's possible to make yourself feel more

    雖然聽起來很怪異,但可以讓自己感覺到更多的

  • time-rich by handing over some of your hours to others.

    把你的部分時間交給別人,從而豐富時間。

  • One study took a large group of people.

    一項研究把一大群人。

  • Some of them helped others in their spare time -

    他們中的一些人在業餘時間幫助了別人------。

  • doing things like writing letters to cheer up a sick child -

    做的事情,比如寫信給生病的孩子,讓他開心起來。

  • while the rest did whatever they liked.

    而其餘的人則為所欲為。

  • The helpers later felt they generally had more free time

    幫忙的人後來覺得他們普遍有更多的空閒時間。

  • compared to the rest of the group, despite giving some of it away.

    與其他小組相比,儘管給了一些。

  • So rather than bingeing on that box set, do something for someone else.

    所以,與其狂吃那套便當,不如為別人做點什麼。

  • You'll end up feeling it's possible to achieve more in the time you have.

    你最終會覺得在你擁有的時間裡有可能取得更多的成就。

  • Now, think about all those tiny chunks of your day when your brain

    現在,想想你一天中所有的小塊時間,當你的大腦。

  • isn't doing very much at all.

    並沒有做的非常多。

  • Like going for a run, sitting on a bus, or making a cup of tea.

    比如去跑步,坐在公車上,或者泡一杯茶。

  • Scott H Young, author of Ultralearning,

    Scott H Young,《超學習》的作者。

  • specialises in making time work better for people.

    專注於讓時間更好地為人們服務。

  • He sees these mini downtimes as chunks of opportunity

    他認為這些小型的停機時間是機會的塊狀物

  • to use more wisely.

    以便更明智地使用。

  • So how do you want to use that time?

    那麼你想如何利用這些時間呢?

  • You could try 'productive meditation'.

    你可以試試 "高效冥想"。

  • If something's turning out to be a pretty knotty problem,

    如果有什麼事情變成了一個很結實的問題。

  • use your daily jog to focus your mind on your surroundings,

    利用你每天的慢跑,讓你的思想集中在周圍的環境中。

  • and your subconscious may find a solution while your mind relaxes.

    而你的潛意識可能會在你心靈放鬆的時候找到解決的辦法。

  • Or while the kettle boils, listen to the sound of the water.

    或者在水壺沸騰的時候,聽聽水聲。

  • Watch steam rising from the spout. Be truly mindful and in the moment.

    看著蒸汽從噴口升起。真正做到心中有數,身臨其境。

  • Evidence suggests that when you get back to your desk,

    證據表明,當你回到辦公桌前。

  • you'll get a lot more done in the time you have.

    你會得到更多的時間在你有。

  • Start creating habits,” Young says.

    "開始創造習慣。"楊說。

  • You'll be surprised how much materializes,

    "你會驚訝於有多少物質化的東西。

  • once you simply start doing things for a few minutes a day.”

    一旦你簡單地開始每天做幾分鐘的事情。"

  • Whatever route you take, bear in mind that several recent studies

    無論你採取什麼方式,請記住最近的幾項研究表明

  • have shown that trying to fit more in by working longer hours

    顯示,試圖通過延長工作時間來適應更多的工作。

  • can lead to stress and illness. And nobody wants that.

    可能導致壓力和疾病。沒有人希望這樣。

  • Psychologist Claudia Hammond suggests that the best way to make free time

    心理學家克勞迪婭-哈蒙德建議,最好的方式是讓自由時間。

  • feel worthwhile is to indulge in the holiday paradox.

    感到有價值的是沉浸在節日的悖論中。

  • This says that doing something new sees your brain make an extra effort

    這說明,做一件新的事情,你的大腦會做出額外的努力。

  • to remember it.

    來記住它。

  • So vary your routine, try new hobbies.

    所以,改變你的生活習慣,嘗試新的愛好。

  • Different experiences, however small, will be more rewarding,

    不同的經歷,無論多小,都會有更多的收穫。

  • and when you're looking back on them, your sense of time will be expanded.

    而當你在回味它們的時候,你的時間感會被擴大。

  • Did you realize that if you add up sleep (very important),

    你有沒有意識到,如果你把睡眠時間加起來(非常重要)。

  • eating and working, most of us have around five hours a day left

    吃飯和工作,我們大多數人每天都有5個小時左右的時間。

  • to do what we want to do.

    來做我們想做的事情。

  • So take advantage of it.

    所以要好好利用它。

  • You could even write a fifth of a novel.

    你甚至可以寫一部小說的五分之一。

  • John Boyne wrote The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas

    約翰-博恩寫了《穿條紋睡衣的男孩》。

  • in just two and a half days

    兩天半時間

  • (not sure how much sleep he got though).

    不過不知道他睡了多少覺)。

  • Or you could climb to the top of Ben Nevis in five hours.

    或者你可以在五個小時內爬到本尼維斯的山頂。

  • If it was a weekend, you might have time to get down again.

    如果是週末,你可能有時間再下來。

  • But don't be too hard on yourself if you just need that time to chill.

    但如果你只是需要那個時間來放鬆一下,就不要對自己太苛刻。

  • A study in 2010 showed that playing computer games or watching TV

    2010年的一項研究表明,玩電腦遊戲或看電視

  • can restore us emotionally and help us recover intellectually

    可以恢復我們的情緒,幫助我們恢復智力。

  • after a hard day.

    辛苦了一天之後。

  • But you've got to buy into the experience totally,

    但你必須完全買進這種體驗。

  • and don't feel guilty.

    而不要感到內疚。

  • Isn't that a relief?

    是不是很欣慰?

Time, according to Greek philosopher Theophrastus, is the most valuable

在希臘哲學家西奧弗拉斯圖斯看來,時間是最寶貴的。

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