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  • There is no elevator to success, you gotta take the stairs - Zig Ziglar”.

    "成功沒有電梯,你必須走樓梯--齊格-齊格拉"。

  • If you find meaning in quotes like this,

    如果你在這樣的引語中找到意義。

  • put them right up where you will see them every day.

    把它們放在你每天都會看到的地方。

  • Here are another 13 tips to get started.

    下面是另外13個開始的提示。

  • Ask Why!

    問為什麼!?

  • If we don't know why we are doing it,

    如果我們不知道我們為什麼要這樣做。

  • then we don't see a point.

    那麼我們就看不出有什麼意義。

  • Whether we want to make a career,

    我們是否想做一個職業。

  • change the world, or prove some idiots wrong,

    改變世界,或證明一些白痴的錯誤。

  • these are all great reasons to get going.

    這些都是出發的好理由。

  • Simon Sinek, spoke of the Golden Circle.

    西蒙-辛克,談到了黃金圈。

  • First ask WHY?, then HOW? and WHAT?.

    首先問 "為什麼",然後是 "如何 "和 "什麼"。

  • If you don't have a purpose right now,

    如果你現在沒有目的。

  • pick up a skill that helps you once you do.

    撿起一個技能,一旦你這樣做,就能幫助你。

  • Like reading fast, learning how to learn or public speaking.

    比如快速閱讀,學習如何學習或公開演講。

  • Know about the The Dunning Kruger Effect.

    瞭解 "鄧寧-克魯格效應"。

  • The theory describes that many of us are too confident

    該理論描述,我們中的許多人都太自信了

  • when we learn something new.

    當我們學到新東西的時候。

  • Once we actually start learning,

    一旦我們真正開始學習。

  • we realize how difficult it is and how incompetent we are.

    我們意識到這是多麼困難,我們是多麼無能。

  • As a result, our motivation drops and many of us quit.

    是以,我們的動力下降,許多人就放棄了。

  • The trick to success is to keep going anyways.

    成功的訣竅是無論如何都要繼續下去。

  • Once we master an area,

    一旦我們掌握了一個領域。

  • our confidence returns.

    我們的信心回來了。

  • Look For Feedback!

    尋找反饋!

  • Marathon runners know that encouraging spectators

    馬拉松選手知道,鼓勵觀眾

  • can make a massive difference on the last meters.

    可以在最後幾米上產生巨大的差異。

  • Feedback is a strong force so deliberately seek it.

    反饋是一種強大的力量,所以要刻意尋求它。

  • One way, just ask for advice.

    一種方法,就是徵求意見。

  • Most people love giving it, it makes them feel smart.

    大多數人都喜歡給它,這讓他們感覺很聰明。

  • Entrepreneurs who look for investors say

    尋找投資者的創業者說

  • Ask for money, you'll get advice."

    "要錢,你會得到建議。"

  • "Ask for advice, you'll get money.”

    "徵求意見,你會得到錢"。

  • Articulate Your Values!

    闡明你的價值觀!

  • In one experiment, at the beginning of the new school year,

    在一次實驗中,在新學年開始的時候。

  • 7th graders had to pick a personal value,

    七年級學生必須挑選一個個人價值。

  • such as being good at school,

    比如說在學校表現良好。

  • making friends or music.

    交朋友或音樂。

  • Then they spent 15 minutes writing down why this mattered to them.

    然後他們花了15分鐘寫下為什麼這對他們來說很重要。

  • To remind them, the process was repeated every 2-4 month.

    為了提醒他們,每2-4個月重複一次這個過程。

  • Within two years,

    兩年內。

  • most weak students saw a 10% increase in all grades.

    最弱的學生在所有年級中都有10%的增長。

  • A year later, the experiment was repeated.

    一年後,又重複了這個實驗。

  • This time, the valuebeing good at schoolwas not even available.

    這一次,"在學校表現好 "的價值甚至沒有了。

  • The surprising truth. Again, all grades got better.

    令人驚訝的事實。同樣,所有的成績都變好了。

  • Remind yourself what you really care about.

    提醒自己,你真正關心的是什麼。

  • Get A Mentor!

    找一個導師!

  • Look for charismatic people you can look up to.

    尋找你可以仰望的有魅力的人。

  • By following a mentor, we can find inspiration,

    通過跟隨導師,我們可以找到靈感。

  • get new ideas, maybe even find purpose.

    獲得新的想法,也許甚至找到目標。

  • You might be able to find them around the block.

    你也許能在街區周圍找到他們。

  • For a list of our favorite mentors, check our website,

    有關我們最喜愛的導師名單,請查看我們的網站。

  • or the descriptions below.

    或下面的描述。

  • Don't make excuses!

    不要找藉口!

  • To see if you do, Bernard Roth from the Stanford's d-school

    為了看看你是否這樣做,來自斯坦福大學d-school的伯納德-羅斯

  • teaches to reframe problems by asking yourself this particular question:

    通過問自己這個特別的問題,學會了重新規劃問題。

  • What would it do for me if I had already solved the problem?"

    "如果我已經解決了問題,它對我有什麼好處?"

  • For example, if you think you're fat,

    例如,如果你認為自己很胖。

  • then ask yourselfWhat would it do for me if I would lose weight?”

    然後問自己 "如果我減肥,會對我有什麼好處?"

  • If the answer is that you would ask that cute girl out on a date,

    如果答案是,你會邀請那個可愛的女孩出來約會。

  • then forget about losing weight and ask her out on a date!

    然後忘掉減肥的事,約她出來約會吧!

  • Prime Yourself!

    為自己加油

  • Canadian researchers observed

    加拿大研究人員觀察到

  • that salesmen in call centers can be 50% more successful

    呼叫中心的銷售人員的成功率可以提高50%。

  • when they see pictures that represent success

    當他們看到代表成功的圖片時

  • while making their calls.

    在撥打電話的時候。

  • The effect is called priming.

    這種效應被稱為 "引爆"。

  • Most of us become smarter in a library,

    我們大多數人在圖書館裡變得更聰明。

  • because we tend to be more thoughtful.

    因為我們往往更有想法。

  • And many feel more successful when we dress well,

    而當我們穿得好的時候,許多人感到更成功。

  • stand up straight with our arms out and our heads held high.

    站直身體,伸出手臂,昂首挺胸。

  • Make Bets.

    下賭注。

  • Make your life a game and take bets.

    讓你的生活成為一場遊戲,並接受賭注。

  • Groups of pretty people do that

    一群漂亮的人這樣做

  • all over the world to lose weight.

    世界各地的人都在減肥。

  • The one who can't lose 2 kilos in 6 weeks

    6周內不能減掉2公斤的人

  • has to buy cupcakes for everyone.

    必須為每個人購買紙杯蛋糕。

  • But it also works for reading books

    但它也適用於閱讀書籍

  • or challenging yourself to asking a girl out for dinner.

    或挑戰自己,請一個女孩出來吃飯。

  • Track Your Record!

    追蹤你的記錄!

  • Records show us where we were coming from.

    記錄顯示了我們的來歷。

  • They indicate progress.

    它們表明了進步。

  • Good music teachers record the student's first lesson.

    好的音樂老師會記錄學生的第一節課。

  • One year later they show their students what they recorded.

    一年後,他們向學生展示了他們的記錄。

  • Most are amazed how much they progressed.

    大多數人對他們的進步感到驚訝。

  • As Nelson Mandela said

    正如納爾遜-曼德拉所說

  • it always seems impossible until it's done”.

    "在完成之前,它似乎總是不可能的"。

  • Start Small!

    從小事做起!

  • When we put effort into something and we succeed,

    當我們為某件事情付出努力並獲得成功時。

  • we are motivated to continue.

    我們有動力繼續下去。

  • It's a self-reinforcing circle.

    這是一個自我強化的循環。

  • If we aim too high right at the beginning,

    如果我們一開始就把目標定得太高。

  • it's likely that we will fail.

    我們很可能會失敗。

  • This can lead to frustration

    這可能導致挫敗感

  • and we might stop before we even get started.

    而我們可能在開始之前就停止了。

  • Want to learn how to sing?

    想學習如何唱歌嗎?

  • Start with 5 minutes every morning.

    從每天早上5分鐘開始。

  • Surround Yourself with Positive People!

    讓積極的人圍繞在你身邊!

  • Author Jim Rohn wrote that we are the average of

    作家吉姆-羅恩(Jim Rohn)寫道:"我們的平均水平是

  • the five people we spend the most time with.

    我們花最多時間在一起的五個人。

  • To get motivated spend time with positive people

    為了獲得動力,花時間與積極的人在一起

  • that have a growth mindset.

    具備成長心態的人。

  • Negative people often have a problem for every solution.

    消極的人往往對每一個解決方案都有一個問題。

  • Get Context!

    獲取背景資訊!

  • If you need to study math,

    如果你需要學習數學。

  • but your passion is sports and cooking,

    但你的熱情是體育和烹飪。

  • analyze your favorite football player.

    分析一下你最喜歡的足球運動員。

  • Find out how many kilometer he runs

    找出他跑了多少公里

  • and how many goals he scores on average.

    以及他的平均進球數是多少。

  • Then calculate calories and make a healthy meal

    然後計算卡路里,做一頓健康的飯菜

  • that would give him enough energy to score 2 goals in one game.

    這將使他有足夠的能量在一場比賽中進2個球。

  • Help Others!

    幫助他人!

  • If they succeed, you get positive energy back.

    如果他們成功了,你會得到正能量的回報。

  • One trick to motivate others is to use purpose.

    激勵他人的一個訣竅是使用目的。

  • Explain why things matter.

    解釋為什麼事情很重要。

  • Paint a picture of their possible future.

    描繪出他們可能的未來。

  • Then engage them to take responsibility.

    然後讓他們參與進來,承擔起責任。

  • Last, give them the right tools and feedback, to help them succeed.

    最後,給他們正確的工具和反饋,以幫助他們成功。

  • Leadership coach Steve Radcliffe calls it

    領導力教練Steve Radcliffe稱其為

  • future, engage, deliver”.

    "未來、參與、交付"。

  • Establish Discipline.

    建立紀律。

  • As motivation can come and go,

    因為動機可以來來去去。

  • discipline will stay and watch you like a hawk.

    紀律會留下來,像鷹一樣看著你。

  • One way to get disciplined is to set a fixed time to do something

    獲得紀律性的一個方法是設定一個固定的時間來做一件事

  • and then make sure you always do it no matter what.

    然後確保你無論如何都要這樣做。

  • For example:

    比如說。

  • Work out every morning for 20 minutes right before breakfast.

    每天早上在早餐前鍛鍊20分鐘。

  • Over time it will become a habit and you don't even need motivation.

    隨著時間的推移,它將成為一種習慣,你甚至不需要動力。

  • If you have to do something important or make a big decision,

    如果你必須做一些重要的事情或做出一個重大的決定。

  • switch off YouTube right now and do it.

    現在就關掉YouTube,做這件事。

  • As internet activist Aaron Swartz asked:

    正如互聯網活動家Aaron Swartz所問。

  • "What is the most important thing you could be working on right now?

    "你現在可以做的最重要的事情是什麼?

  • And if you aren't working on that, why aren't you?"

    如果你不在這方面努力,你為什麼不在這方面努力?"

  • If you like our videos and want to support our channel.

    如果你喜歡我們的視頻並想支持我們的頻道。

  • Visit us at Patreon.com/Sprouts

    訪問我們的Patreon.com/Sprouts

  • and see if you want to donate just $1

    並看看你是否想只捐出1美元

  • with your support we plan to create many more

    在您的支持下,我們計劃創建更多的

  • MinuteVideos about learning and education

    關於學習和教育的一分鐘視頻

There is no elevator to success, you gotta take the stairs - Zig Ziglar”.

"成功沒有電梯,你必須走樓梯--齊格-齊格拉"。

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