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  • How much money do you need to fly private, drive a tiny yacht and just enjoy the pleasures

    你需要多少錢才能乘坐私人飛機,駕駛小遊艇,並只是享受快樂?

  • of life without working day and night? How much wealth do you need to accumulate that

    的生活,而不需要日夜不停地工作?你需要積累多少財富才可以

  • your only job will be to make sure you invest that wealth wisely and live off the interest?

    你唯一的工作將是確保你明智地投資這些財富,並依靠利息生活?

  • Let's say you need 2.5 million dollars a year, which should cover all of your expenses. Let's

    假設你每年需要250萬美元,這應該包括你的所有開支。讓我們

  • be conservative and assume a 5 percent interest annually, which means you need to generate

    保守一點,假設每年有5%的利息,這意味著你需要產生

  • 50 million dollars of wealth. Now the question is, How many multi-millionaires in the US

    5000萬美元的財富。現在的問題是,在美國有多少個千萬富翁

  • have at least $50 million of net assets or more?

    擁有至少5000萬美元的淨資產或更多?

  • Surprise surpriseNot many

    驚喜吧! 不是很多!

  • There are a total of 89,510 people in the United States with net assets of at least

    美國總共有89,510人的淨資產至少為

  • $50 million. This number equals 50.9% of the ultra-high net worth individuals over the

    5,000萬美元。這個數字相當於50.9%的超高淨值個人,超過了5000萬美元。

  • world. Over half of ultra-rich people in the entire world are in the US.

    世界。整個世界上一半以上的超級富豪都在美國。

  • So what are your chances of becoming one of them, 0.027%, so good luck!

    那麼,你成為其中一員的機會有多大呢,0.027%,所以,祝你好運!

  • The problem is that most people chose a mediocre life and prefer immediate gratification rather

    問題是,大多數人選擇了平庸的生活,喜歡立即得到滿足而不是

  • than put in the effort now and be rewarded much much later. Building wealth takes a lifetime,

    而不是現在付出努力,以後得到回報。積累財富需要一生。

  • the overnight stories you have heard are usually exceptions, or it might have taken these people

    你所聽到的一夜之間的故事通常都是例外,或者說這些人可能已經花了很多時間

  • decades to become an overnight success. But what's certain for sure is that, most ultra-successful

    幾十年的時間才能一夜成名。但可以肯定的是,大多數超級成功的人

  • people follow a set of rules and principles that sets them apart and provide them with

    人們遵循一套規則和原則,使他們與眾不同,併為他們提供了

  • an unfair advantage to get everything in life. And in this video, we are going to take a

    一個不公平的優勢,在生活中獲得一切。而在這段視頻中,我們將採取一個

  • look at a few of them.

    看看他們中的幾個人。

  • But before we get into that, let's thank Endel for sponsoring this video.

    但在我們討論這個問題之前,讓我們感謝Endel公司對這個視頻的贊助。

  • The reason why a lot of people fail is because their attention span is too short and they

    很多人失敗的原因是他們的注意力太短,他們

  • can't focus. If only they could stay focused on what they do, they could have accomplished

    不能集中精力。只要他們能保持專注於自己的工作,他們就能取得成就

  • so much. Especially in this world of social media where we constantly get distracted.

    這麼多。特別是在這個社交媒體的世界裡,我們不斷地被分散注意力。

  • So the question, is there a tool that can help you stay focused?

    那麼問題來了,是否有一種工具可以幫助你保持專注?

  • Yes, It's called Endel!

    是的,它叫Endel!

  • backed by neuroscience patented technology, it creates personalised soundscapes that helps

    在神經科學專利技術的支持下,它創造了個性化的聲音場景,幫助

  • you focus. It reacts to inputs like time of the day, weather, heart rate, and location

    你的注意力。它能對一天中的時間、天氣、心率和位置等輸入作出反應。

  • and Helps you focus, relax and sleep. It Calms your mind to create feelings of comfort

    並幫助你集中注意力,放鬆和睡眠。它能使你的心靈平靜下來,產生舒適的感覺

  • and safety or Soothes you into a deep sleep with soft, gentle sounds.

    和安全,或者用柔和的聲音安撫你進入深度睡眠。

  • So if you are having a hard time staying focused, if You're suffering from stress or anxiety,

    是以,如果你很難保持專注,如果你正在遭受壓力或焦慮。

  • if you're struggling with being productive, if You are

    如果你正在為提高工作效率而奮鬥,如果你是

  • having trouble sleeping, you feel tired or your sleeping quality is not good enough.

    睡眠困難,你感到疲倦或睡眠品質不夠好。

  • Then go ahead and check out Endel. The first 100 people to download Endel using

    那就去看看Endel吧。前100名使用Endel下載的人

  • the link in the description will get a free week of audio experiences!

    通過描述中的鏈接可以獲得一週的免費音頻體驗!

  • And now lets back to the video

    現在讓我們回到視頻中來

  • When asking for help, appeal to people's self-interest, never their mercy or gratitude.

    在請求幫助時,要呼籲人們的自我利益,而不是他們的憐憫或感激。

  • So, how do most people ask for help? If they

    那麼,大多數人是如何請求幫助的呢?如果他們

  • need something, they would call their friends, neighbors or anyone and would ask directly

    需要的東西,他們會打電話給他們的朋友、鄰居或任何人,並會直接問

  • for help but get disappointed for being always rejected.

    尋求幫助,但因總是被拒絕而感到失望。

  • In fact, the first people you would probably call for help is someone whom you helped in

    事實上,你首先可能會打電話求助的人是你曾經幫助過的人。

  • the past because you assume that if you helped someone, they owe a favor, but often people

    過去,因為你認為如果你幫助了別人,他們就會欠你一個人情,但往往人們

  • find ways to ignore that. That's why successful people try to align their interests with the

    找到方法來忽略這一點。這就是為什麼成功人士試圖將他們的利益與

  • person they are asking for help. Once people see that they can get something

    他們正在尋求幫助的人。一旦人們看到他們可以得到一些

  • by helping you, their resistance to your requests for help will magically fall away. At each

    通過幫助你,他們對你的幫助請求的阻力將神奇地消失。在每個

  • step on the way, you must train yourself to think your way inside the other person's

    在這個過程中,你必須訓練自己在對方的世界裡思考問題。

  • mind, to see their needs and interests. 


    心,看到他們的需求和興趣。

  • 2. Act like a king to be treated like oneIf someone is poorly dressed and seems broke

    2.表現得像個國王,才能得到國王的待遇 如果有人衣著簡陋,看起來一貧如洗

  • and homeless, would come and tell you: you know what? If you just work hard and smart!

    和無家可歸的人,會來告訴你:你知道嗎?如果你只是努力工作,聰明地工作!

  • You are going to be rich and successful!

    你將成為富有和成功的人!

  •  What is your reaction going to beYou are not going to take him seriously because

    你的反應會是什麼? 你不會認真對待他,因為

  • he looks broke.

    他看起來破產了。

  • On the other hand, if you have someone who is driving a Ferrari and dressed properly

    另一方面,如果你有一個開著法拉利並且穿著得體的人

  • would give you the exact same advice, you will get excited and take it seriously. And

    會給你完全相同的建議,你會感到興奮並認真對待。而且

  • that's how it works all the time. If you want to be treated in a certain way, you have to

    這就是一直以來的工作方式。如果你想以某種方式受到對待,你必須

  • look in a certain way

    以某種方式看。

  • Don't expect to be chased by women when you look like a broke college student. Don't expect

    當你看起來像個破產的大學生時,不要指望會有女人追著你。不要期望

  • people to buy your product or service when you look like you are barely paying your bills.

    當你看起來像在勉強支付賬單時,人們會購買你的產品或服務。

  • You want people to do business with you? You want people to trust you? You want them to

    你想讓人們與你做生意?你想讓人們信任你嗎?你想讓他們

  • work with you? 


    和你一起工作?

  • Dress properly, talk as if you are that wealthy, respected person. No one is going to take

    穿著得體,說話要像你是那個富有的、受人尊敬的人一樣。沒有人會把

  • a deep look into your pockets! The impression you give by the way you look is going to determine

    深入瞭解你的口袋!你的樣子給人的印象將決定

  • how people are going to treat you. 


    人們將如何對待你。

  • 3. Avoid the unhappy or the unluckyThis one might sound a bit controversial,

    3.避免不開心的人或不幸運的人 這一條聽起來可能有點爭議。

  • but it's important. There are people who love to be the source

    但這很重要。有的人喜歡做源頭

  • of negativity, trouble, and misfortune. You talk to them for 15 minutes, and they will

    負面的、麻煩的、不幸的。你和他們交談15分鐘,他們就會

  • tell you how terrible the world is, how politicians are ripping us off, and billionaires are destroying

    告訴你這個世界有多麼可怕,政客們如何欺騙我們,億萬富翁如何破壞我們的生活。

  • the planet and creating wealth inequality. His neighbors are dumb, so he constantly fights

    地球,並創造財富不平等。他的鄰居們都是啞巴,所以他不斷地爭吵

  • them. He can't find a common language with his parents because his parents are selfish,

    他們。他無法與父母找到共同語言,因為他的父母很自私。

  • egoistic people who only care about themselves, so he smokes, drinks, and lives a mediocre

    自負的人,只關心自己,所以他抽菸、喝酒,過著平凡的生活。

  • life. What's the point of doing anything when the

    生活。做任何事都有什麼意義呢?

  • entire world has united against you. 
 Listen carefully - Avoid this type of people!

    整個世界都聯合起來反對你。仔細聽好--避開這類人!

  • In fact, avoid every person who constantly brings trouble in your life, even if it is

    事實上,要避免每一個不斷給你的生活帶來麻煩的人,即使是

  • your friend, girlfriend, or relative. Never underestimate the dangers of infection.

    你的朋友、女朋友或親戚。永遠不要低估感染的危險性。

  • Those misfortunate among us who have been brought down by circumstances beyond their

    我們中那些不幸的人被超出他們能力範圍的環境拖垮了

  • control deserve all the help and sympathy we can give them. But there are others who

    控制應該得到我們能給予他們的所有幫助和同情。但也有一些人

  • are not born to misfortune or unhappiness but who draw it upon themselves by their destructive

    不是生來就有不幸或不快樂,而是因為他們的破壞性而把不幸或不快樂引向自己。

  • actions. Avoid them at all costs.  


    行動。不惜一切代價避免他們。

  • 4. Learn to keep people dependent on you

    4.學會讓人們依賴你

  • A few weeks ago, I was talking to a friend of mine, and he was complaining about how

    幾周前,我和我的一個朋友哈拉,他在抱怨說

  • his company does not care about him. I was really surprised, because why do you

    他的公司並不關心他。我真的很驚訝,因為你為什麼

  • think your company should treat you like an angel when you are just an accountant clerk

    認為你的公司應該像天使一樣對待你,而你只是一個會計文員。

  • who just inserts the data into excel. I mean, how difficult is it to replace? There are

    誰只是把數據插入EXCEL。我的意思是,取代它有多難?有

  • hundreds of thousands of people who are grudging from accounting schools every single year,

    每年都有幾十萬人從會計學校畢業,這讓他們感到很沮喪。

  • and all of them can easily replace you because what you are doing is not difficult to learn.

    而且所有這些人都可以輕易地取代你,因為你所做的事情並不難學。

  • That's why you have to become irreplaceable, either by doing something that's really difficult

    這就是為什麼你必須成為不可替代的人,要麼通過做一些非常困難的事情

  • to do or if you have an ordinary job, your commitment to your job, your discipline and

    如果你有一份普通的工作,你對你的工作的承諾,你的紀律和

  • exceptional communication skills will make you irreplaceable.

    出色的溝通技巧將使你無可替代。

  • Make others dependent on you. To get rid of

    讓別人依賴你。為了擺脫

  • you might spell disaster and your boss won't dare even to think about that. There are many

    你可能會帶來災難,你的老闆甚至不敢想這個問題。有許多

  • ways to obtain such a position. The easiest way to have a talent or a creative skill that

    獲得這種職位的方法。最簡單的方法是擁有一種天賦或創造性技能,即

  • simply cannot be replaced. 


    根本無法取代。

  • 5. guard your reputation with your lifePeople will never know what is inside you.

    5.用你的生命守護你的聲譽 人們永遠不會知道你的內心是什麼。

  • They will only judge you based on your appearances, the way you look, the way you are dressed,

    他們只會根據你的外表來判斷你,你的樣子,你的穿著。

  • the way you talk and behave. And that's a very powerful tool you can use. be whoever

    你說話和行為的方式。而這是你可以使用的一個非常強大的工具。 做人

  • you want to be deep inside, but the image that people will have about you is entirely

    你想成為內心深處的人,但人們對你的印象完全是這樣的

  • in your hands to control. Successful people carefully craft an image

    在你手中控制。成功人士精心打造的形象

  • of themselves that portrays honesty, Integrity, Responsibility, Kindness and so and so forth

    描繪出誠實、正直、責任、仁慈等的自我形象

  • so that when they sell you something, you instantly trust them. Especially politicians,

    這樣,當他們向你推銷東西時,你就會立即信任他們。特別是政治家。

  • they might be the worst people in the world, but they make sure to make you believe that

    他們可能是世界上最壞的人,但他們一定會讓你相信

  • they are the best people in the world. I am not saying if that's is bad or good.

    他們是世界上最好的人。我不是說這是壞事還是好事。

  • I will leave that for you answer, I am just going to state a few facts.

    我將把這個問題留給你來回答,我只是要陳述一些事實。

  • 
 6. Play to people's fantasies

    6.發揮人們的幻想

  • Reality often harsh and difficult. And people always want to believe that there is a quick

    現實往往是殘酷的、困難的。而人們總是希望相信,有一種快速的

  • way to get what you want. Instead of working hard, being disciplined, just take my 69 steps

    獲得你想要的東西的方法。與其努力工作,嚴於律己,不如採取我的69個步驟

  • course. It will turn you into an overnight millionaire. And people buy into that.

    課程。它將使你一夜之間成為百萬富翁。而人們對此深信不疑。

  • Let's be fair. That's not unique to the self-help industry. Grocery stores are filled with junk

    讓我們公平一點。這並不是自助行業所獨有的。雜貨店裡到處都是垃圾

  • and unhealthy food that are filled with more sugar than you should consume, and as people

    和不健康的食物,這些食物充滿了超過你應該消費的糖分,而作為人們

  • are getting conscious about their health, companies are coming out and presenting us

    越來越重視自己的健康,公司也開始出來向我們介紹

  • with healthy alternative junk food with just a different name and calling it healthy. In

    與健康的替代垃圾食品,只是名稱不同,並稱其為健康。在

  • fact, sugar is named in 56 different names, such as Dextrose, Fructose, Glucose, Dextrin,

    事實上,糖有56種不同的名稱,如葡萄糖、果糖、葡萄糖、糊精。

  • and many others. And people buy into that. Like it or not, that's not going to stop anytime

    和其他許多人。而人們對此深信不疑。不管你喜不喜歡,這都不會停止。

  • soon. Politicians who are going to propose quick, immediate solutions to complicated

    很快。那些要對複雜的問題提出快速、即時解決方案的政治家們

  • problems will always win. 


    問題總是會贏。

  • 7. Use absence to increase respect  


    7.利用缺席來增加尊重

  • Scarcity creates value. Remember the supreme shirts. There was nothing special about these

    稀缺性創造價值。請記住最高級的襯衫。這些東西沒有什麼特別之處

  • shirts, but because there were a limited number of them, people stood up in lines for hours

    襯衫,但由於數量有限,人們排了幾個小時的隊。

  • and paid hundreds of dollars if not thousands, for a single t-shirt.

    併為一件T恤衫支付數百美元,甚至數千美元。

  • That's why gold is expensive, and diamonds are even more expensive because they are scarce.

    這就是為什麼黃金很貴,而鑽石更貴,因為它們很稀缺。

  • And that applies to everything else, including yourself. If you are always around, if you

    這也適用於其他一切,包括你自己。如果你總是在身邊,如果你

  • talk too much, people will no longer take you seriously. If you want people to value

    說得太多,人們就不會再認真對待你了。如果你想讓人們重視

  • your presence, disappear from time to timeThe less you peak, the more unpredictable

    你的存在,不時地消失。 你的高峰越少,越是不可預測

  • you become, which makes it riskier to insult you or disrespect you for example. Everything

    你變成了,這使得侮辱你或不尊重你的風險更大,例如。一切

  • in the world depends on absence and presence. A strong presence will draw power and attention

    在世界範圍內,取決於缺席和存在。強大的存在感會吸引權力和注意力

  • to youyou shine more brightly than those around you. But at some point, too much

    對你來說,你的光芒比你周圍的人更耀眼。但在某些時候,太多的

  • presence creates The opposite effect: The more you are seen and heard from, the more

    存在會產生相反的效果。你越是被人看到和聽到,就越是

  • your value degrades. You become a habit. No matter how hard

    你的價值就會下降。你成為一種習慣。無論多麼努力

  • you try to be different, people respect you less and less. It is a game of hideand~seek.

    你試圖與眾不同,人們就會越來越不尊重你。這是個捉迷藏的遊戲。

  • The 7 rules we have discussed are from the

    我們所討論的7條規則是來自

  • book 48 laws of power by Robert Greene. Those who have read the book have realized that

    羅伯特-格林的《權力的48個法則》一書。讀過這本書的人都意識到

  • already. At the end of the day, wealth is power and power is wealth. The more powerful

    已經。在一天結束時,財富就是權力,權力就是財富。權力越大

  • you can get, the wealthier you will become. But power is a social game, its the ability

    你能得到的東西越多,你就會變得越富有。但權力是一種社會遊戲,它的能力是

  • to understand people and play to their weaknesses. At the end of the day, once you make enough

    以瞭解人們併發揮他們的弱點。在一天結束時,一旦你做出足夠的

  • money to fulfill your basic needs, you will want respect, attention, and admiration and

    錢來滿足你的基本需求,你會希望得到尊重、關注和欽佩,並且

  • you do not necessarily need money to get that if you know how power works.

    如果你知道權力是如何運作的,你不一定需要錢來獲得這些。

  • If you have enjoyed this video, you will most

    如果你喜歡這個視頻,你將最

  • definitely enjoy this custom playlist that I have created specifically for you that has

    你一定會喜歡這個我專門為你創建的定製播放列表,其中有

  • our most popular videos on .... that can potentially change your life.

    我們最受歡迎的視頻....,可能會改變你的生活。

  • 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應有的大拇指,並確保訂閱,如果

  • you haven't done that yet. Thanks for watching and until next.

    你還沒有做到這一點。謝謝你的觀看,直到下一次。

How much money do you need to fly private, drive a tiny yacht and just enjoy the pleasures

你需要多少錢才能乘坐私人飛機,駕駛小遊艇,並只是享受快樂?

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