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  • All right, Here's a fact.

    好吧,這是一個事實。

  • You might not want to hear it, but here's a fact.

    你可能不想聽,但這裡有一個事實。

  • Poor people work for money.

    窮人為錢而工作。

  • Rich people make money work for them.

    富人讓錢為他們工作。

  • This is a direct quote from my good friend, Robert Kiyosaki.

    這是我的好朋友羅伯特-清崎(Robert Kiyosaki)直接引用的一句話。

  • Yes, he's the author of the book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad, the # one personal finance books of all time.

    是的,他是《富爸爸,窮爸爸》一書的作者,是有史以來排名第一的個人財務書籍。

  • And let me say it to you again because you're probably a poor person.

    讓我再跟你說一遍,因為你可能是個可憐人。

  • Poor people work for money.

    窮人為錢而工作。

  • Rich people make money work for them.

    富人讓錢為他們工作。

  • And just a few days ago, I spoke with robert Kiyosaki on my show and he said, brian, our entire education system has one job in mind and that is to create a worker or a worker bee who waits for a salary who waits for a paycheck at the end of the month and promises to be a good little boy or a good little girl and do what we're told.

    而就在幾天前,我在我的節目中與羅伯特-清崎交談,他說,布萊恩,我們的整個教育系統有一項工作,那就是創造一個工人或工蜂,他們等待著工資,等待著月底的工資單,並承諾成為一個好的小男孩或好的小女孩,聽從我們的安排。

  • And that's our relationship with money from a very early age.

    而這就是我們在很小的時候就與金錢的關係。

  • And yet rich people look at it completely different.

    而富人的看法卻完全不同。

  • They don't work for money, they make money work for them.

    他們不是為錢工作,而是讓錢為他們工作。

  • They understand the game, they understand all the implications around it and they create wealth With the space between their two Ears, their brain, they use it through entrepreneurship through creativity, through seeing the future and then going to create that infrastructure.

    他們瞭解遊戲,他們瞭解周圍的所有影響,他們用兩隻耳朵之間的空間創造財富,他們的大腦,他們通過企業家精神通過創造力,通過看到未來,然後去創造那個基礎設施來使用它。

  • Talking about names like Elon musk steve jobs, Jeff Bezos, but a variety of others you've never heard of.

    談到像埃隆-馬斯克(Elon musk)、史蒂夫-喬布斯(Steve jobs)、傑夫-貝索斯(Jeff Bezos)這樣的名字,但還有其他各種你從未聽說過的名字。

  • But all of these people decided to walk away from the poor person game that you work for money and that check every month is what keeps you alive and you're so worried about losing that thing.

    但所有這些人都決定從窮人的遊戲中走出來,你為錢工作,每個月的支票是你生存的基礎,你非常擔心失去那東西。

  • And the reason I bring this up now is because it's so important because this mentality around your wealth is got everything to do with what I've been doing lately with this concept of defy or decentralized finance, because we want to allow people to finally get access to controlling their own money.

    我之所以現在提出這個問題,是因為它非常重要,因為這種圍繞你的財富的心態與我最近一直在做的defy或去中心化金融的概念有很大關係,因為我們想讓人們最終能夠獲得控制自己的錢。

  • And the thing that goes along with that narrative in schools that you work for money is that you don't understand your money and we've all been brainwashed to be told that money is too complicated for you.

    而與學校裡那種為錢而工作的說法相伴的是,你不瞭解你的錢,我們都被洗腦了,被告知錢對你來說太複雜。

  • It's what these experts do over here on Wall Street, in the city of London, your financial advisor knows what's best to do with your money, which is ridiculous.

    這是華爾街這邊的這些專家所做的,在倫敦市,你的財務顧問知道什麼是最好的,你的錢應該怎麼做,這很荒謬。

  • That's like your doctor saying, he knows best what to do with your body.

    這就像你的醫生說,他最清楚該怎麼處理你的身體。

  • Uh, you know, what's best to do with your body and your money and your brain and your right to free speech, don't get me started.

    呃,你知道,什麼是最好的,你的身體,你的錢,你的大腦和你的言論自由權,不要讓我開始。

  • And so it's time that we give that freedom, the financial freedom back to the people and empower people to take control of their own finances.

    是以,現在是時候了,我們要把這種自由,財務自由還給人民,並授權人民控制自己的財務。

  • And I'm talking about a billion people in africa right now who can't even get basic lending or borrowing even though they have a mobile phone.

    而我說的是現在非洲的十億人,他們甚至無法獲得基本的貸款或借貸,即使他們有一部手機。

  • These are the kind of things we want to power with defy, but it's the mentality that I want to fight back against and so does robert Kiyosaki, and so think about this today, are you poor or are you rich now?

    這些都是我們想要用藐視的力量,但這是我想要反擊的心態,ROBERT Kiyosaki也是如此,所以今天想想,你現在是窮還是富?

  • You might say O'brien, I got £100,000 or I got a million dollars.

    你可能會說O'brien,我有10萬英鎊或者我有100萬美元。

  • Okay, but do you work for money or does money work for you?

    好吧,但你是為錢工作還是錢為你工作?

  • That's what I'm talking about.

    這就是我所說的。

  • Your probably poor.

    你可能很窮。

  • I worked as a banker in the city of London, making millions of pounds a year.

    我在倫敦市擔任銀行家,每年賺取數百萬英鎊。

  • But guess what?

    但你猜怎麼著?

  • I wasn't making money work for me.

    我並沒有讓錢為我工作。

  • I was working for money.

    我在為錢工作。

  • So it's not the amount, it's the mentality that mentality keeps you down.

    是以,不是金額的問題,而是心態的問題,心態讓你失望。

  • We want to look at that mentality, examine it and change it and then empower it through these really fascinating pieces of digital infrastructure of the future that I'm calling decentralized finance.

    我們想看看這種心態,研究它,改變它,然後通過這些真正迷人的未來數字基礎設施,我稱之為去中心化的金融,賦予它權力。

  • You know, I've been talking about this the last few weeks because I can't stop thinking about it.

    你知道,過去幾周我一直在談論這個問題,因為我無法停止思考這個問題。

  • For me, it's a continuation of our mission to fight back for human freedoms, whether it's freedom of speech, the right to free and fair elections, this is financial freedom and it should be a human right.

    對我來說,這是我們為人類自由進行反擊的使命的延續,無論是言論自由,還是自由和公平選舉的權利,這都是金融自由,它應該是一項人權。

  • And yet so many people don't have access to it.

    然而,有這麼多人沒有機會獲得它。

  • And that's what I'm doing inside my defy academy.

    而這正是我在我的defy學院裡面所做的。

  • I'm taking a small group of people around the world and we're going to build the financial infrastructure of the future that's all digitized, all decentralized on the Blockchain, so everyone can have access to it.

    我帶著一小群人到世界各地,我們要建立未來的金融基礎設施,這些基礎設施都是數字化的,都是在區塊鏈上去中心化的,所以每個人都可以訪問它。

  • And no more greedy bankers.

    也不再有貪婪的銀行家。

  • And I used to be one, uh, get their clammy hands all over your investments and rip out their fees and margins and uh take you to the cleaners and we don't want that to happen anymore.

    我曾經是一個,呃,讓他們的溼手在你的投資上,扯出他們的費用和利潤,呃把你帶到清潔工那裡,我們不希望再發生這種情況。

  • So those are my thoughts.

    所以這些是我的想法。

  • Please give me your thoughts below.

    請在下面給我提供你的想法。

  • Um And if you want to join me on this adventure, there's a link below London.

    嗯,如果你想加入我的冒險,倫敦下面有一個鏈接。

  • Well that tv forward slash defy, we're closing this out soon.

    好吧,那輛Tv向前斜線違章,我們很快就會結束這一切了。

  • It's application only.

    這只是應用。

  • But if you think you have what it takes to be a part of my group then let me know if not we're gonna help build the tools that are gonna help you anyways.

    但是,如果你認為你有能力成為我的小組的一部分,那麼讓我知道,如果沒有,我們會幫助建立工具,無論如何都會幫助你。

  • So I appreciate you.

    所以我很感謝你。

  • Leave me your thoughts below.

    請在下面給我留下你的想法。

  • Do you think that you're poor rich?

    你認為你是貧窮的富人嗎?

  • Do you think the banks are ripping you off every single day?

    你認為銀行每天都在欺騙你嗎?

  • Do you think government should not be the ones to tell you how to spend your money and what to do with it, Especially when it comes to cryptocurrencies?

    你是否認為政府不應該告訴你如何花錢和用錢做什麼,尤其是在涉及加密貨幣的時候?

  • Give me your thoughts below and uh thanks for the time.

    在下面給我你的想法,呃,謝謝你的時間。

  • Uh huh.

    嗯哼。

All right, Here's a fact.

好吧,這是一個事實。

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