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  • If you have been following the business news for the last year or so, you probably think

    如果你在過去一年左右一直關注商業新聞,你可能認為

  • that it was one of the best years ever.

    那是有史以來最好的年份之一。

  • Yes, we had a global pandemic, where millions of people lost their jobs, but on the other

    是的,我們有一個全球性的大流行病,數百萬人失去了工作,但在另一方面

  • hand, there are people who made billions.

    手,有的人賺了幾十億。

  • Now we have almost 500 more billionaires than we had last year.

    現在我們的億萬富翁比去年多了近500人。

  • And existing billionaires are much wealthier than they have ever been.

    而現有的億萬富翁比以往任何時候都要富裕得多。

  • Take Elon musk fro example, at the beginning of 2020, his net worth was around 20 billion

    以埃隆-馬斯克為例,在2020年初,他的淨資產約為200億美元。

  • dollars.

    美元。

  • not bad, right?!

    不錯吧!?

  • that made him one of the richest people on earth, but within a single year, his wealth

    這使他成為世界上最富有的人之一,但在一年之內,他的財富

  • grew to over 150 billion dollars, and for a brief period he even exceeded Jeff Bezos

    增長到1500億美元以上,在一個短暫的時期內,他甚至超過了傑夫-貝佐斯

  • as the richest man in the world.

    作為世界上最富有的人。

  • It's not a coincidence why a small minority of people have accumulated the vast majority

    這並不是一個巧合,為什麼少數人積累了絕大部分的

  • of the wealth.

    的財富。

  • It might seem unfair, but if you give it a closer look, this small group of people who

    這似乎是不公平的,但如果你仔細看看,這一小部分人是誰?

  • made all the money in 2020 followed one basic strategy.

    在2020年賺了所有的錢,遵循一個基本策略。

  • And the people who suffered the most or made the least amount of money in any given year

    而在任何一年中遭受最多痛苦或賺取最少金錢的人

  • do not follow this strategy.

    不要遵循這一策略。

  • In fact, when I struggled to grow this channel, I followed the exact same strategy, and it

    事實上,當我努力發展這個管道時,我遵循了完全相同的策略,而且它

  • worked.

    工作。

  • Of course, I am not the best person to take an example from because there are people who

    當然,我不是最好的例子,因為有的人

  • have channels far bigger than this one, but they also used this exact strategy just better

    他們的管道比這個大得多,但他們也使用了這個確切的策略,只是比這個好。

  • than me.

    比我好。

  • So let's find out what this strategy is?

    那麼我們來看看這個策略是什麼?

  • Why do all millionaires or even billionaires follow this strategy?

    為什麼所有的百萬富翁甚至億萬富翁都遵循這種策略?

  • And

    而且

  • what is

    什麼是

  • the rule of 20 percent?

    20%的規則?

  • While it might seem like the rich got richer during 2020, that's not the case in reality.

    雖然在2020年期間,看起來富人更富,但實際情況並非如此。

  • Yes, a few companies like amazon, apple and others made fortunes, but the overwhelming

    是的,少數公司如亞馬遜、蘋果和其他公司發了財,但絕大多數的

  • majority of the companies in the S&P500, which represents almost the entire US economy, had

    代表幾乎整個美國經濟的標準普爾500指數中的大多數公司都有

  • a horrible year.

    一個可怕的年份。

  • And without the government support, most of them would have gone bankrupt, even those

    如果沒有政府的支持,他們中的大多數都會破產,甚至那些

  • who seemed immune to such crises.

    他似乎對這種危機有免疫力。

  • Think of the airline business, for example, or the travel industry.

    比如說,想想航空公司的業務,或者旅遊行業。

  • All the restaurants had to close down as a result of the shutdown.

    所有的餐館都因停業而不得不關閉。

  • The lockdown stopped people from driving as often as they used, so the demand for gas

    封鎖使人們不再像以前那樣經常開車,是以對汽油的需求

  • and oil dropped significantly, which led the oil industry to suffer tremendously.

    和石油大幅下降,這導致石油行業受到巨大影響。

  • Less driving means less demand for new cars which dragged down the auto industry.

    駕駛次數減少意味著對新車的需求減少,這拖累了汽車行業。

  • But the reason you haven't heard too much news about all the companies that suffered

    但是,你之所以沒有聽到太多關於所有遭遇的公司的新聞,是因為

  • tremendously is because a few tech companies who represent almost half of the s&p500 did

    巨大的原因是,佔標普500指數幾乎一半的幾家科技公司做到了

  • great.

    偉大的。

  • They have grown so big, their valuation is beyond anyone's imagination.

    它們已經長得如此之大,其估值超出了任何人的想象。

  • So when the entire country was down, these few companies grew and still made the stock

    是以,當整個國家都在下滑的時候,這幾家公司卻在增長,仍然使股票

  • market look like sunshine and rainbows.

    市場看起來像陽光和彩虹。

  • And that's not by accident because during any situations, its often a few top players

    這不是偶然的,因為在任何情況下,它往往是幾個頂尖的球員

  • who make most of the money.

    掙錢最多的人。

  • Take a look at any company.

    看一看任何公司。

  • The vast majority of their sales or profits come from a few products, even if that company

    他們絕大部分的銷售額或利潤來自於少數產品,即使該公司

  • has a lot of products.

    有很多產品。

  • Apple, for example, which seems like the most successful company in the world, has plenty

    例如,蘋果公司,它似乎是世界上最成功的公司,有很多

  • of products from gadgets to services, but almost half of its revenue comes from iPhone,

    從小工具到服務的產品,但其幾乎一半的收入來自於iPhone。

  • and the other 30 percent comes from another two products and the remaining its products

    另外30%來自另外兩種產品,其餘的是其產品。

  • and services only account for 10 or 20 percent of its revenue.

    和服務只佔其收入的10%或20%。

  • Take a look at the athletes.

    看看這些運動員吧。

  • When you hear the news that they are paid millions of dollars just to play a single

    當你聽到他們僅僅為了演奏一曲而獲得數百萬美元報酬的消息時

  • game, it blows your mind.

    遊戲,它讓你大吃一驚。

  • You feel like you should have become an athlete, but the truth is, there are millions of athletes

    你覺得你應該成為一名運動員,但事實是,有數以百萬計的運動員

  • all across the globe, and only the top 1 percent of these individuals earn 80 percent of the

    在全球範圍內,這些人中只有前1%的人賺取了80%的收入。

  • money that's earned in this industry, and the remaining 20 percent shared by everyone

    在這個行業賺的錢,剩下的20%由每個人分享。

  • else and the vast majority can't even make a living by playing sports.

    其他,而絕大多數人甚至不能通過運動來謀生。

  • And the same goes for youtube.

    YouTube也是如此。

  • The top 1 percent of YouTubers make millions of dollars, and the rest barely survive.

    最頂尖的1%的優酷網友賺取了數百萬美元,而其餘的人則勉強生存。

  • Often you will get a much higher ROI (rate of return) by working in a McDonald's than

    通常情況下,在麥當勞工作所獲得的投資回報率要遠遠高於

  • making youtube videos.

    製作YouTube視頻。

  • Most YouTube videos get fewer than 50 views, only 2% gett 1,000 views or more, and 0.3%

    大多數YouTube視頻的瀏覽量低於50次,只有2%的視頻瀏覽量達到或超過1000次,0.3%的視頻瀏覽量達到或超過1000次。

  • of the videos gett at least 500,000 views.

    的視頻獲得至少50萬次觀看。

  • This means your odds of becoming famous via YouTube are vanishingly small.

    這意味著你通過YouTube成名的機率微乎其微。

  • Even if you end up getting half a million views, trust me, you are not going to make

    即使你最終獲得了50萬的瀏覽量,相信我,你也不可能賺到錢。

  • a lot of money.

    一大筆錢。

  • You don't believe me?

    你不相信我?

  • Give it a try!

    試一試吧!

  • You see all these people making videos about how much YouTube paid them per million views,

    你看到所有這些人都在製作視頻,講述YouTube為他們每百萬次瀏覽支付了多少錢。

  • well you have to understand that they have been making videos for years, and they are

    你必須明白,他們已經制作了多年的視頻,而且他們是

  • one of the few lucky ones who made it to the top of the chain and not because they made

    是少數幸運兒之一,他們進入了產業鏈的頂端,而不是因為他們取得了

  • that one single video and suddenly got so many views.

    那一個單一的視頻,突然得到這麼多的意見。

  • But the interesting part is that the top Youtubers follow the 20 percent rule to be at the top.

    但有趣的是,頂尖的Youtubers遵循20%的規則,才能處於頂端。

  • You see, when I started making videos, I made videos about every topic that I found interesting.

    你看,當我開始製作視頻時,我對每一個我認為有趣的話題都做了視頻。

  • Economics, self improvement, stock market, personal finance, biographies, a bit of history

    經濟學、自我改善、股票市場、個人理財、傳記、一點歷史

  • and book summaries.

    和書籍摘要。

  • I would spend an entire week reading the book so carefully to make a great summary about

    我將花整整一個星期的時間來仔細閱讀這本書,以便對其進行一個偉大的總結。

  • it, but at the end of the day, it would barely get any views.

    它,但在一天結束時,它幾乎不會得到任何意見。

  • I am not even talking about getting paid for spending so much of my time creating that

    我甚至不是在談論花了這麼多時間來創作而得到報酬的問題。

  • video, and barely anyone would watch it.

    視頻,而且幾乎沒有人願意看。

  • But then I realized that 80 to 90 percent of all the views that the channel gets are

    但後來我意識到,該頻道獲得的所有瀏覽量的80%至90%是

  • from finance-related topics.

    從金融相關的主題。

  • That's when I told myself whether it worth making other kinds of videos?

    這時我告訴自己是否值得製作其他類型的視頻?

  • So I started focusing on the stock market, personal finance, and a few successful videos

    是以,我開始關注股市、個人理財,以及一些成功的視頻

  • took the channel to where it is now.

    把這個管道帶到了現在的位置。

  • The 20 percent rule or the 80/20 rule simply states that 80% of consequences come from

    20%規則或80/20規則簡單地說,80%的後果來自於

  • 20% of the causes.

    20%的原因。

  • 20% of drivers cause 80% of all traffic accidents, 20% of employees are responsible for 80% of

    20%的司機造成了80%的交通事故,20%的員工對80%的交通事故負責。

  • the results, 20 percent of the drinkers drink 80 percent of the alcohol.

    的結果,20%的飲酒者喝了80%的酒。

  • The ratio isn't always exactly 80/20, but it's somewhere close to that.

    這個比例並不總是完全的80/20,但也有接近的地方。

  • 80% of wealth is accumulated in the hands of 20% of people Because 20% of people are

    80%的財富積累在20%的人手中 因為20%的人是

  • solving 80% of the problems.

    解決了80%的問題。

  • 20 percent of your friends bring you 80 percent of your happiness, 20 percent of the books

    20%的朋友給你帶來80%的快樂,20%的書籍

  • you read brings you 80 percent of the value you get from all the books you read.

    你所讀的書給你帶來80%的價值,你從你所讀的所有書中得到。

  • Twenty percent of what you do earns you 80 percent of your income.

    你所做的20%的工作為你贏得了80%的收入。

  • The point is, If you stop doing all these things that do not make your life significantly

    關鍵是,如果你停止做所有這些不能使你的生活顯著改善的事情

  • better, you will have more time to focus on the things that will maximise your productivity,

    更好的是,你將有更多的時間專注於能夠最大限度提高你的生產力的事情。

  • income and happiness.

    收入和幸福。

  • So, Stop reading all the books that bring you minimum value.

    是以,停止閱讀所有帶給你最低價值的書籍。

  • Stop wasting your time with people who barely make your life any better.

    不要再和那些幾乎不能讓你的生活變得更好的人浪費你的時間。

  • 20 percent of your problems are the result of 80 percent of your stress, so by getting

    你20%的問題是由你80%的壓力造成的,所以通過獲得

  • rid of these problems, you will get rid of 80 percent of your stress.

    擺脫了這些問題,你將擺脫80%的壓力。

  • If you are not going to do this, you are just going to stay average or experience failure

    如果你不打算這樣做,你就只能保持平均水平或經歷失敗。

  • after a failure.

    失敗後。

  • It's very difficult to stay somewhere in the middle.

    要保持在中間的某個位置是非常困難的。

  • You are either going to be successful or a failure because life is like the game of monopoly.

    你要麼成功,要麼失敗,因為生活就像壟斷遊戲。

  • The more successful you get, the easier it gets to become more successful.

    你越是成功,就越容易變得更加成功。

  • The more money you are going to make, the easier it will be to make more.

    你要賺的錢越多,就越容易賺更多。

  • That's why you realize that it took some people 20 or 30 years to make their first billion

    這就是為什麼你意識到有些人花了20或30年才賺到他們的第一個億。

  • dollars and just one or two years to make their second billion.

    美元,只需一到兩年時間就能賺到第二個億。

  • Remember the example of Elon Musk.

    請記住埃隆-馬斯克的例子。

  • Just a little over a year ago, he was not even in the top 10 richest people, but today

    就在一年多以前,他甚至沒有進入前10名最富有的人,但今天

  • he is competing with Bezos on the number one spot.

    他正在與貝佐斯競爭第一的位置。

  • If you have enjoyed this video, you will most definitely enjoy this custom playlist that

    如果你喜歡這個視頻,你一定會喜歡這個定製的播放列表,它是

  • I have created specifically for you that has our most popular videos on business, investing,

    我專門為你創建了有我們最受歡迎的商業、投資方面的視頻。

  • and the stock market that can potentially change your life.

    和股票市場,有可能改變你的生活。

  • Don't forget to check out our second channel.

    不要忘記查看我們的第二個頻道。

  • The link will be in the description.

    鏈接將出現在描述中。

  • And now give this video the thumbs up that it deserves and make sure to subscribe if

    現在給這個視頻豎起它應得的大拇指,並確保訂閱,如果

  • you haven't done that yet.

    你還沒有做到這一點。

  • Thanks for watching and until next.

    謝謝你的觀看,直到下一次。

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為什麼所有的百萬富翁都遵循20%的規則 (Why All Millionaires Follow The 20 Percent Rule)

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