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  • While most people complain that 2020 has been a horrible year, it was an opportunity of

    雖然大多數人抱怨說2020年是可怕的一年,但這是一個機會。

  • the decade.

    這十年。

  • Many of you might say that how on earth a pandemic is an opportunity of the decade.

    你們中的許多人可能會說,大流行病到底是怎樣的一個十年的機會。

  • Let's just take a look at the data.

    我們就來看看數據吧。

  • 2020 has created 5 million millionaires.

    2020年已經創造了500萬個百萬富翁。

  • Yes, 5 million people became millionaires in 2020, the highest number ever.

    是的,2020年有500萬人成為百萬富翁,是有史以來最高的數字。

  • And that's not by accident.

    而這並不是偶然的。

  • As one of the richest people in history - Nathan Rothschild said: "the time to buy is when

    正如歷史上最富有的人之一--內森-羅斯柴爾德所說。"購買的時機是在

  • there's blood in the streets."

    街上有血。"

  • In fact, he built his entire fortune by taking advantage out of every crisis that he came

    事實上,他的整個財富是通過利用他所遇到的每一個危機而建立起來的。

  • across.

    跨越。

  • He is not alone in that.

    在這一點上,他並不孤單。

  • Other famous rich people have said something similar like Warren Buffett: Be fearful when

    其他著名的富人也說過類似的話,比如沃倫-巴菲特。要有敬畏之心,當

  • others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful".

    別人貪婪的時候貪婪,別人恐懼的時候恐懼"。

  • Because during crises, the competition gets easier since everyone is suffering, valuable

    因為在危機期間,競爭變得更容易,因為每個人都在受苦,有價值的

  • assets are sold at a discount and people are scared to invest

    資產被折價出售,人們害怕投資。

  • But that's just one of the ways to build your way to the top.

    但這只是建立自己的方式之一。

  • The reason why most people fail is because they don't understand how the system works,

    大多數人失敗的原因是他們不瞭解這個系統如何運作。

  • how capitalism works.

    資本主義如何運作。

  • I agree with you, this system is broken and is nowhere close to perfection but it works

    我同意你的觀點,這個系統是壞的,遠遠沒有達到完美的程度,但它是有效的。

  • to a certain extend for most people.

    對大多數人來說,在一定程度上是如此。

  • We have already made multiple videos explaining everything from how capitalism works to how

    我們已經制作了多個視頻,解釋了從資本主義如何運作到如何

  • the stock market works to how the economy functions, but before you do anything like

    但在你做任何事情之前,比如說,在股市中工作,在經濟中運作。

  • that, you have to start with your mindset, and most importantly, there are a few things

    這一點,你必須從你的心態開始,最重要的是,有幾件事情

  • you must let go to become financially free.

    你必須放開手腳,才能獲得財務上的自由。

  • Of course, you don't have to, but if you do, it's going to make your journey to financial

    當然,你不必這樣做,但如果你這樣做,就會使你的財務之旅變得更加順利。

  • freedom way faster and way easier.

    自由的方式更快,更容易。

  • So if you are ready, give this video a thumbs up and let's dive in.

    是以,如果你準備好了,請為這段視頻豎起大拇指,讓我們深入瞭解一下。

  • Trying to be perfect.

    試圖做到完美。

  • This is one of the habits that is preventing a lot of smart and talented people to realize

    這是阻礙很多聰明和有才華的人實現的習慣之一。

  • their potential.

    他們的潛力。

  • You are afraid of criticism.

    你害怕責備。

  • You are afraid of what people might think so before doing anything, you want to make

    你害怕別人會怎麼想,所以在做任何事情之前,你想讓

  • sure that it's perfect.

    確保它是完美的。

  • Perfection is great but the truth is that it's super difficult to be perfect from the

    完美是偉大的,但事實是,要做到完美是超級困難的,從

  • beginning.

    開始。

  • Life is designed in such a way that you try, fail, learn and try again.

    生活就是這樣設計的,你要嘗試、失敗、學習和再嘗試。

  • I have no doubt that you have had at least a few great ideas, but you never tried them

    我毫不懷疑,你至少有幾個偉大的想法,但你從未嘗試過。

  • because you were waiting for that moment.

    因為你在等待那一刻。

  • Or you started but stopped because it just took you so long to perfect it, so you postponed

    或者你開始了,但停止了,因為你花了這麼長時間去完善它,所以你延後了。

  • it.

    它。

  • Let me tell you a secret if I knew how bad my videos were when I started; I would have

    讓我告訴你一個祕密,如果我知道我的視頻在開始時有多糟糕;我就會

  • never started making videos.

    從未開始製作視頻。

  • Everything from the quality of my videos to my speaking skills were horrible, but I didn't

    從我的視頻品質到我的演講技巧都很糟糕,但我沒有

  • care.

    照顧。

  • My goal was to improve slightly with every video, and after making over a hundred videos,

    我的目標是在每一個視頻中都有輕微的進步,在製作了一百多個視頻之後。

  • the quality of the videos has improved to the point where finally people were ready

    視頻的品質已經提高到了一個地步,人們終於準備好了

  • to watch them

    來觀看他們。

  • Another reason why perfection is your enemy is that you will not be able to delegate because

    完美是你的敵人的另一個原因是,你將無法授權,因為

  • other people will never care about your thing as much as you do so you will try to do everything

    別人永遠不會像你一樣關心你的事情,所以你要努力做好每一件事。

  • on your own, you want to control everything, but that will slow you down.

    在你自己身上,你想控制一切,但那會拖累你。

  • It's alright to lower your standards slightly in the beginning at the expense of your moving

    在開始時稍微降低你的標準,以犧牲你的移動為代價也是可以的。

  • faster.

    更快。

  • Otherwise, you will never start.

    否則,你將永遠不會開始。

  • So stop waiting to be perfect and listen to what NIKE says - just do it.

    是以,不要再等待完美,聽從NIKE的說法--就這麼做。

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    2.

  • Low self-esteem 

    低自尊

  • A lot of people have a very low opinion of themselves.

    很多人對自己的評價很低。

  • Self-esteem is what you think you are worth.

    自尊是你認為自己的價值。

  • Most people think that all they deserve is just a proper normal life, there is nothing

    大多數人認為,他們所應得的只是適當的正常生活,沒有什麼

  • wrong with that, but Let me ask you a simple question - how can you achieve great things

    錯了,但讓我問你一個簡單的問題--你如何能實現偉大的事情?

  • if you don't think you deserve that.

    如果你認為自己不值得這樣做。

  • Everything starts with your opinion of yourself

    一切都從你對自己的看法開始。

  • You might have had a rough past, maybe you have failed miserably in the past, maybe you

    你可能有一個坎坷的過去,也許你在過去曾慘遭失敗,也許你

  • did poorly in school or college, it doesn't matter!

    在學校或大學做得很差,這並不重要!

  • You have to trust yourself.

    你必須相信自己。

  • You have to believe that you are worthy of that.

    你必須相信,你值得這樣做。

  • Most people who have achieved extraordinary things are exactly like you.

    大多數取得非凡成就的人都和你一模一樣。

  • Only a few of them have been born with extraordinary talents.

    他們中只有少數人天生就有非凡的才能。

  • Yeah, maybe you need a little bit of luck to topple the Forbes billionaires list, but

    是的,也許你需要一點運氣才能推翻福布斯億萬富翁名單,但

  • to make a few million dollars, that's literally under the capacity of everyone, especially

    賺取幾百萬美元,這簡直是在每個人的能力之下,特別是

  • in this age of the internet.

    在這個互聯網的時代。

  • It doesn't matter in what corner of the world you are!

    你在世界的哪個角落並不重要!

  • As long as you are ready to hustle, you can make it.

    只要你準備好努力工作,你就能成功。

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  • 3.

    3.

  • comparing yourself to others

    將自己與他人進行比較

  • This is one of the traps that most people fall into that prevent them from achieving

    這是大多數人陷入的陷阱之一,妨礙他們實現

  • financial freedom.

    財務自由。

  • People always compare themselves to others and try to look like them, like everyone else.

    人們總是將自己與他人進行比較,試圖像他們一樣,像其他人一樣。

  • Your friend got a brand new car, now you want one too, and if you don't have one, you consider

    你的朋友得到了一輛全新的汽車,現在你也想要一輛,如果你沒有,你會考慮

  • yourself a failure.

    你自己是個失敗者。

  • Maybe you can afford that, but that's not the best financial decision for your circumstances.

    也許你能負擔得起,但這並不是適合你情況的最佳財務決定。

  • Maybe you should have saved that money and invested it

    也許你應該把這些錢存起來,進行投資。

  • Here is the thing, you are a unique individual.

    事情是這樣的,你是一個獨特的個體。

  • Your life, your skills, your talents, your circumstances are different from everyone

    你的生活、你的技能、你的才能、你的情況與所有人都不同

  • else.

    否則。

  • Your path to financial freedom is going to be unique to you.

    你的財務自由之路對你來說將是獨一無二的。

  • If you follow other people's footsteps, you will most likely fail as many people do

    如果你跟隨別人的腳步,你很可能會像很多人一樣失敗。

  • On top of that, when you compare yourself to others, you start being resentful, you

    除此之外,當你把自己和別人比較時,你會開始反感,你會

  • start feeling jealous.

    開始感到妒忌。

  • That feeling will cloud your thinking and you will start taking decisions that are irrationally

    這種感覺會矇蔽你的思維,你會開始做出非理性的決定。

  • and harmful in the long run.

    而且從長遠來看是有害的。

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    4.

  • Constantly complaining.

    不斷地抱怨。

  • There are 2 types of people.

    有2種類型的人。

  • Reactive who constantly complain about everything and proactive who recognize the problem but

    反應型的人不斷抱怨一切,主動型的人認識到問題,但

  • try to solve it.

    試圖解決這個問題。

  • What do reactive people do?

    反應靈敏的人是怎麼做的?

  • They complain that the government is corrupt, every President that they elect gets corrupted

    他們抱怨政府腐敗,他們選出的每一位總統都會被腐敗。

  • by corporations, the wall Street constantly rips them off, and on top of that, the world's

    公司,華爾街不斷地宰割他們,而除此之外,世界的

  • secret government Cabal is running everything behind closed doors.

    祕密的政府陰謀集團在閉門造車,掌管一切。

  • This victim mentality is going to take you nowhere.

    這種受害者心態將使你無處可逃。

  • Someone who has a victim mentality claims everything that happens to them is the fault

    有受害者心態的人聲稱發生在他們身上的所有事情都是他們的錯。

  • of others.

    其他人的。

  • It might be the fault of their partner, family, co-worker, or friend.

    這可能是他們的伴侶、家人、同事或朋友的錯。

  • They don't take any responsibility, asserting that the circumstances aren't in their control.

    他們不承擔任何責任,斷言情況不在他們的控制之中。

  • On the other side, a proactive person would say, alright, the system is broken, the politicians

    在另一邊,一個積極主動的人會說,好吧,這個系統已經壞了,政客們

  • aren't doing anything to help me, but what can I do to achieve my financial goals?

    他們沒有做任何事情來幫助我,但我可以做什麼來實現我的財務目標?

  • I can pick up a few books and improve my financial literacy.

    我可以拿起幾本書,提高我的金融知識。

  • Instead of playing video games, I can spend some of that time learning how the stock market

    與其玩電子遊戲,我可以花一些時間來學習如何在股票市場上發揮作用。

  • works.

    作品。

  • I can try to save some money and start something on my own.

    我可以試著攢點錢,自己創業。

  • There is a long list of things I can do.

    我可以做的事情有一個很長的清單。

  • So yeah, despite all the problems around me, I would rather try to do what is under my

    是以,是的,儘管我周圍有所有的問題,但我寧願努力做我手下的事。

  • control and ignore what I can't control.

    控制,而忽略了我不能控制的東西。

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  • Afraid of failure  


    害怕失敗

  • It's absolutely normal to be afraid of failure.

    害怕失敗是絕對正常的。

  • That's just part of human nature.

    這只是人類本性的一部分。

  • You never want to be seen as a failure!

    你永遠不希望被看作是一個失敗者!

  • Your friends and family will remind you that they told you to do otherwise, but you didn't

    你的朋友和家人會提醒你,他們告訴你不要這樣做,但你沒有這樣做。

  • listen.

    聽。

  • That's why you failed.

    這就是你失敗的原因。

  • Failure makes you feel inferior in front of others

    失敗使你在別人面前感到自卑。

  • But failure is an essential part of human life.

    但是失敗是人類生活的一個重要部分。

  • Think about it, when you were an infant, you didn't know how to walk, but then you tried.

    想一想,當你還是個嬰兒時,你不知道如何走路,但後來你嘗試了。

  • I don't know you, but I can certainly say that you didn't succeed on the first try,

    我不認識你,但我可以肯定地說,你沒有在第一次嘗試中取得成功。

  • not even the second.

    甚至沒有第二個。

  • It probably took you a few months to try to learn how to walk.

    你可能花了幾個月的時間來嘗試學習如何走路。

  • Some babies learn how to walk before they hit their first birthday.

    有些嬰兒在過一歲生日之前就學會了走路。

  • Others take longer, 14, 16 or even 18 months.

    其他人需要更長的時間,14、16或甚至18個月。

  • Imagine if you were afraid to try to walk.

    想象一下,如果你害怕嘗試走路。

  • How do you think your life would have looked like

    你認為你的生活會是什麼樣子的?

  • How about talking

    說話怎麼樣?

  • Some babies do in the first 12 months, others take twice that long, and in some cases, babies

    有些嬰兒在頭12個月就能做到,有些則需要兩倍的時間,而在某些情況下,嬰兒

  • never learn how to talk till they get three years old, like in the case of Einstein.

    像愛因斯坦那樣,在三歲之前永遠不會學會說話。

  • Yes, despite his super high IQ, it took him longer than ever to learn how to talk.

    是的,儘管他有超高的智商,但他花了比以往更長的時間來學習如何說話。

  • But let me ask you this?

    但讓我問你這個問題?

  • Do you remember all those failures

    你還記得所有這些失敗嗎?

  • No!

    不!

  • And that's the thing with everything.

    而這就是一切的問題所在。

  • Yeah, it feels horrible when you fail, but after many trials, you eventually succeed

    是的,當你失敗時,感覺很可怕,但經過多次試驗,你最終會成功。

  • and forget all those failures.

    並忘記所有這些失敗。

  • It doesn't matter what you are trying to accomplish, land a great job, raise money for your startup

    不管你想完成什麼,找到一份好工作,為你的創業公司籌集資金

  • or build a successful YouTube channel

    或建立一個成功的YouTube頻道。

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  • I know that money is not a measurement of success.

    我知道,金錢不是衡量成功的標準。

  • As long as you are happy, you are successful, but money is a measurement of your achievements.

    只要你快樂,你就是成功的,但金錢是衡量你成就的一個標準。

  • That's how capitalism works!

    這就是資本主義的運作方式!

  • Like it or not

    不管你喜不喜歡。

  • You got a better job.

    你有一個更好的工作。

  • You are financially rewarded

    你得到了經濟上的回報!

  • Your business helped more people.

    你的業務幫助了更多人。

  • You are financially rewarded!

    你得到了經濟上的回報!

  • And so on.

    以此類推。

  • So as long as you try to be the best version of yourself, as long as you keep trying, stop

    是以,只要你努力成為最好的自己,只要你繼續努力,停止

  • blaming others for your failures, have high self-esteem, and start doing without being

    為你的失敗指責他人,擁有高度的自尊,並開始做不被動的事情。

  • perfect.

    完美。

  • It should be a matter of time before you achieve your financial goals

    實現你的財務目標應該是一個時間問題。

  • One of the best ways to start is to get 2

    開始的最好方法之一是獲得2

  • free stocks from Webull if you use the link in the description and deposit 100 bucks,

    如果你使用描述中的鏈接並存入100美元,就可以從Webull獲得免費股票。

  • yes you are going to get 2 real stocks for free and if you want to learn how to find

    是的,你將免費獲得2只真正的股票,如果你想學習如何找到

  • great companies to invest, how to analyse companies and find great investments, then

    投資的偉大公司,如何分析公司並找到偉大的投資,然後

  • check out my course on Skillshare, the link will be in the description.

    查看我在Skillshare上的課程,鏈接將在描述中出現。

  • 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 .... that can potentially

    我專門為你創建了有我們最受歡迎的視頻的....,這有可能是

  • change your life.

    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.

    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。

While most people complain that 2020 has been a horrible year, it was an opportunity of

雖然大多數人抱怨說2020年是可怕的一年,但這是一個機會。

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