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  • I think it is harder to succeed when you're disabled.

    我認為作為一個殘障人士,要想成功比一般人更難。

  • I think there is a lot of... the odds are stacked against you.

    你的面前會有許多的障礙。

  • It's harder to get into school, a local school.

    你更難考上學校,尤其是符合需求的本地學校。

  • It's harder to go to university, it's harder to get a job.

    上大學更難,找工作也更難。

  • So really success is far further away when you're starting out.

    所以真的是打從起跑線開始,成功就離你更加遙遠。

  • However, when you have a disability you learn certain things, like resilience and communication, just because it's how you get by in day to day life.

    然而,當你有殘疾時,你也能從中學到某些東西,例如抗壓和溝通能力,因為這是你日常中過活必備的技能。

  • And if you're able to harness those in the right direction and the right way, then I think that enables you to be successful.

    如果你能從正確的角度,用正確的方式從這些經驗中學習,我想這些技能最終將能讓你成功。

  • [Martyn is a blogger, author and entrepreneur. He was born with spinal muscular atrophy.]

    [Martyn 是一位部落客、作家和企業家。他出生時便罹患了脊髓性肌肉萎縮症。]

  • [In 2017, one of his businesses was sold to Airbnb. He has travelled to 20 countries.]

    [在 2017 年時,他所經營的其中一項事業被 Airbnb 收購。他曾到 20 個國家旅行。]

  • My first tip is "dream big."

    我的第一個建議是「勇敢追夢」。

  • I can remember watching Michael Palin on the TV and thinking, "Wow, I'd love to just travel the world like him."

    我還記得以前在電視上看到麥可·帕林時,心想:「哇,我也想像他一樣環遊世界。」

  • When I was at university, I decided I would go for a trip on the other side of the world.

    我在讀大學的時候,便下定決心要去世界的另一端旅行。

  • I can remember being at Sydney Bridge and looking over the harbour and having goosebumps on my arms that I was there, I'd done it.

    我還記得在雪梨大橋上看著海港,整隻手臂上起滿了雞皮疙瘩,心想著我到了,我辦到了。

  • And it was such an amazing feeling of achievement.

    那是一種無與倫比的成就感。

  • I've not been able to stop travelling ever since.

    從那時候開始,我便無法停止繼續旅行。

  • I'm definitely not suggesting that everyone should do the kind of adventures I've done, but I think it's very important for people to push their own comfort zone because it just gives you so much confidence and a feeling that you can achieve anything and you can put that back into your day to day life as well.

    我絕對不是在建議每個人都應該和我一樣到處探險,但我認為突破自己的舒適區對一個人來說是非常重要的。因為這樣做能帶給你很大的信心,讓你感到無所不能,而且這樣的感受也能持續到日常生活中。

  • So my next tip is "write 10 ideas a day."

    我的下一個建議是「一天寫下 10 個點子」。

  • Creativity is like a muscle and you have to train it.

    創造力就像肌肉一樣,你必須時常訓練它。

  • Every morning I write my 10 ideas on my phone.

    每天早上我都會在手機上寫下 10 個點子。

  • I write down the numbers 1 to 10, I pick the topic.

    我先寫下 1 到 10,然後挑一個主題。

  • That could be about business, or it could be about how to improve my health and wellbeing, or it could just be about how to have some fun tomorrow.

    主題可能和我的事業有關,也可能是我要如何改善自己的健康狀況,又或是單純為明天找點樂子。

  • The point of the exercise is just to come up with ideas and there is no pressure or expectation to actually use any of them.

    整個練習的目的只是為了想出點子,而沒有必須要實行它們的壓力或期望。

  • The first five normally come really quickly, but as you're starting to get near the end it gets really hard and that's a bit like going to the gym, you know that you're stretching the muscle and improving it.

    前五個點子通常一下就想出來了,但越到後面就會變得越難想。這有點像是去健身房練身體的時候,把肌肉延展到極限來進步的感覺。

  • "Say it straight" is my next tip.

    「有話直說」是我的下一個建議。

  • Good communication is key to all relationships in life, personal and professional.

    良好的溝通是生活中所有人際關係的關鍵,不論私人領域或工作上都是如此。

  • So with my disability sometimes it's difficult doing handshakes and there's been some quite awkward moments where people think I'm leaving them hanging and it's just a bit uncomfortable.

    因為我的殘疾,有時我會比較難和別人握手,而我遇到過幾次別人以為我在讓他懸著手乾等的尷尬場面。

  • But I've learned to say, quite directly, please can you shake my left hand because that just enables me not to have to take my other hand off the joystick.

    但我已經學會了用頗為直接的方法向他們說:「可以請你用左手和我握手嗎?這樣我的右手才不用從操控輪椅的搖桿上拿開。」

  • So I would say overall, you don't ever have to be rude or nasty to people, but you should always speak your truth.

    總之我想說的是,你絕對不需要對人無禮或苛刻,但你應該坦率地說出實情。

  • My final tip is to "make jokes".

    我的最後一個建議是要「多開玩笑」。

  • Having a good sense of humour is a powerful tool and it breaks down lots of barriers.

    良好的幽默感是一個強大的工具,能夠打破人與人之間許多的隔閡。

  • Particularly in my life, there are definitely times where people see the wheelchair before they see me and I could get angry by that, or I could try to be very educating and serious.

    特別是在我的生活經驗中,有非常多時候人們總是先看向我的輪椅,再看向我。我可以對此大為光火,或是試著用富有教育意涵且認真的方式對待這種狀況。

  • So I find that humour is a good way of putting them at ease and opening up a more normal and relaxed dialogue.

    我發現利用幽默可以讓他們在較為輕鬆的情境下,開啟一段更為平常而放鬆對話。

  • When I look back on the achievements it's quite surreal.

    我在回顧自己的成就時,總感到有些超現實。

  • It sometimes has felt, the last couple of years, that my life's been like a movie.

    我有時候覺得我過去兩年的日子,就好像一部電影一樣。

  • So I think there's a bit of... it's still sinking in to some degree as well.

    所以我想我......某種程度上還在適應吧。

  • Thanks for watching. If you enjoy that, be sure to check out these videos next.

    感謝收看。如果你喜歡這部影片,記得也可以看看這些其他的影片。

  • And if you haven't already, hit the subscribe button, and click the bell to get notification each time we upload a new video.

    如果你還沒訂閱,請按下訂閱按鈕,並點擊小鈴鐺來在我們每次發布新影片時獲得通知。

I think it is harder to succeed when you're disabled.

我認為作為一個殘障人士,要想成功比一般人更難。

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