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  • Here are 30 things I know in my 30s that I wish I knew in my 20s.

    以下是我在 30 歲時所知道的 30 件事,而這些事情是我希望在 20 歲時就知道的。

  • Starting with number one: it's far more fun to be the person being discussed than the other way around.


  • You'd rather be busy living your own life than to get to your 30s, 40s and 50s, realizing that you've just been complaining criticizing or judging the way other people are living their life.

    你寧願忙於過自己的生活,也不願到了 30 多歲、40 多歲和 50 多歲,才意識到自己一直在抱怨、批評或評判別人的生活方式。

  • Number two: stop complaining.


  • If you have the ability to take action to do something to remove the thing that you're complaining about but you're choosing not to do it, then you have no right to continue complaining.


  • Number three: you get what you pay for.


  • You can get a pair of shoes for $10 or you can get it for $200, but there is a reason for the difference.

    你可以花 10 美元買一雙鞋,也可以花 200 美元買一雙鞋,但差異是有原因的。

  • From the products you buy to the work you delicate to others, a higher price tag usually comes with better quality.


  • As the saying goes, "Don't expect champagne with lemonade money."


  • Number four: don't take things personally.


  • Most people mean well and are good thinking otherwise makes you miss out on creating meaningful relationships.


  • Number five: work in days not weeks.


  • Instead of saying, "I can get this done by the end of next week," say "I can get this done by the end of today."


  • Shortening the time frame will make you switch your mind into thinking about working harder to working smarter.


  • Number six: outwork your impostor syndrome.


  • Omposter syndrome is how you see yourself not how others see you nor your actual abilities.


  • When you do things that are hard and you stretch your limits, you'll gather proof of your abilities and the fear of not being good enough will eventually fall away.


  • Number seven: you playing small doesn't serve anyone.


  • Not only are you holding yourself back, but you're also denying other people to benefit from your ideas and your contributions.


  • Take risks take big swings.


  • Number eight: success is personal.


  • During your 20s and 30s, all of your friends will be in completely different places; some will be single living their best life, others will be married, others will be getting married or having kids.

    在你20多歲和30多歲的時候,你所有的朋友都會在完全不同的地方; 有些人會單身過著最美好的生活,有些人會結婚,有些人會即將結婚或生孩子。

  • Others will be crushing it in their career.


  • It's super easy to always feel behind so stay in your own lane and avoid looking left and right.


  • Number nine: have regular check-ins.


  • It's too easy to operate on autopilot only to check in years later and realize that you've actually reached the wrong destination.


  • Whenever you can ask yourself, "Doactually want this? Why do I want this? And would I still be happy if I was doing this in 5 years time?"

    每當你可以,問自己「我真的想要這個嗎?我為什麼想要這個?如果我在 5 年後這樣做,我還會快樂嗎?」

  • Number 10: getting into work early isn't going to get you promoted.


  • When issues come up you want people to think of you as a sole person who can solve that problem.


  • Focusing on value is the bit that will make you indispensable not just your punctuality.


  • Number 11: fail fast and fail forward.

    第 11 :快速失敗並前進。

  • Sometimes, it will take 100 nos before you get to that one yes that you've been looking for.

    有時,你需要 100 次失敗才能得到你一直在尋找的答案。

  • But if you aren't okay to fail, you're not going to be moving forward in the first place.


  • The goal is to outpace your competition by failing faster and learning from it.


  • Number 12: don't expect other people to do your work.


  • As the say goes, "You are the sum of the five people you spend the most time with."


  • If you want to change your circle, the people you want to surround yourself with should also want to surround themselves with you.


  • there's a level of work that you have to put in yourself before expecting other people to help you.


  • Number 13: it's never too late to try something new.

    第 13:嘗試新事物永遠不嫌晚。

  • When I was in my late 20s, I kept telling myself it's too late for me to leave my corporate job and start my own thing.


  • Now I'm saying the same thing about something else.


  • The truth is there will be people younger than you that are doing the thing that you want to do and people far older than you doing it.


  • The time is going to pass anyway; the only person missing out is you.

    無論如何,時間都會過去, 唯一錯過的人就是你。

  • Number 14: define what you want.

    第 14 條:定義你想要什麼。

  • Most people don't actually know what they want; they just want what they think they should want.

    大多數人其實並不知道自己想要什麼; 他們只是想要他們認為自己應該想要的東西。

  • Define what it is that you actually want and then move on to number 15 which is do the thing that you need to do to get what you want.

    定義你真正想要的是什麼,然後繼續到第 15 點,即做你需要做的事情以獲得你想要的東西。

  • It's easy to daydream about getting what you want but most people aren't willing to do what they need to do to actually get it.


  • It's easier more than ever to find resources that will get you from point A to point B.

    現在比以往任何時候都更容易找到可以幫助你從 A 點到達 B 點的資源。

  • I know many of you watch my content because you're trying to achieve financial independence, build skills, scale businesses from zero.


  • There are plenty of books you can read, podcasts you can listen to.


  • One resource I recommend is to check out this free guide linked in the description that was written by Hubspot on what it takes to be a solopreneur.


  • It covers how to get into the mindset of a solopreneur; the most important skills you need as a solopreneur as well as the main people you need to hire or to have in your journey as a solopreneur and why.

    它涵蓋瞭如何進入個體企業家的心態; 作為個體企業家你需要的最重要的技能,以及你作為個體企業家的旅程中需要雇用或擁有的主要人員以及原因。

  • And these are things that took me over a year to understand and learn the importance of.


  • It also includes a step-by-step part on how to set up systems which has been really helpful me as I'm trying to figure out what parts of my business I can automate and not be so involved in so that I can try and focus on other things that will help me scale.


  • Once again, this guide was created by HubSpot, who are very kindly sponsoring today's video.

    再次強調,本指南是由 HubSpot 創建的,他們非常慷慨地贊助了今天的影片。

  • I recommend you check out the free resource which you can find in the link in the description.


  • Number 16: there is no such thing as overnight success.


  • No matter how effortless someone else's achievements might appear, there seemingly overnight success is often the result of decades of work.


  • Don't underestimate the hard work that is requir to achieve extraordinary results.


  • Number 17: don't take advice for someone who hasn't done what you're trying to do.

    第 17:不要接受那些沒有做過你想做的事的人的建議。

  • Everyone loves having an opinion on what works and what doesn't but if they haven't done it themselves and they're telling you how to do it, think twice about following what they have to say.


  • Number 18: other people are rarely your competition.

    第 18:別人很少是你的競爭對手。

  • If you want to go fast, go alone, but if you want to go further, go together.


  • You're going to get further by learning from each other than by competing with each other.


  • Number 19, mornings are important.

    第 19:早晨很重要。

  • If you start off your day by jumping straight into working for others, you'll leave no time, energy or creativity for yourself.


  • An extra 30 minutes every morning is sometimes all it takes.

    有時每天早上多花 30 分鐘就足夠了。

  • Number 20: focus on one thing at a time.

    第 20:一次專注於一件事。

  • The more you grow, the more opportunities come at you.


  • The ability to focus on one thing at a time and make that thing really really good will get you further than doing multiple things half-heartedly all at once.


  • Number 21: don't rush to find your niche.

    第 21:不要急於尋找自己的定位。

  • The last thing you want is to burn out from pursuing a path that isn't right for you.


  • I made this mistake and spent many years doing something I didn't enjoy.


  • Exploring time is not wasted time; instead, it can save you years of discontent.

    探索的時間不是浪費時間; 相反,它可以讓你免去多年的不滿。

  • Number 22: no one is coming to save you.

    第 22:沒有人會來救你。

  • If you don't have an emergency fund, it's not the bank's responsibility to bail you out.


  • If you don't like your job it's no one's responsibility to hand you another one.


  • You're accountable for the decisions you choose not to make.


  • Number 23: pick your battles.

    第 23:選擇你的戰鬥。

  • Think about the top three qualities you want in a friend.


  • If they have even one of these qualities don't spend any time or energy being upset about anything else that they lack.


  • Everyone has their strengths and weaknesses; appreciate them for who they are.

    每個人都有自己的優點和缺點; 欣賞他們原本的樣子。

  • Number 24: cut out anyone who tries to belittle you.


  • If starts off with small seemingly light-hearted jabs, but over time can morph into jealousy.


  • Iffriend isn't pushing you forward, it's most likely holding you back.


  • Give everyone a chance but don't be afraid to cut ties quickly if it's not what you expected.


  • Number 25: never keep a tally.

    第 25 條:永遠不要計較。

  • Give, but don't always expect to receive back.


  • The more you put out, the more you'll get back. It doesn't always mean, though, that it will come back in the same way.

    你付出的越多,你得到的就越多。 但這並不總是意味著它會以同樣的方式得到回報。

  • Number 26: find something to occupy your mind with.

    第 26:找一些事情來佔據你的注意力。

  • If you're constantly overthinking, stuck in the past or playing out hopeless scenarios in your head, find something that's worth.


  • Pick up a new book, find a new hobby, go for a walk or listen to a podcast.


  • As the saying goes, "An idle mind is a devil's workshop."


  • Number 27: there's no need to stay late just because.


  • The appeal and fun of a party typically peaks at a certain point and then it gradually decreases the longer you stay on.


  • Lingering for those extra hours early hours into the morning stops you from waking up feeling refreshed and making the most of your next day.


  • Number 28: don't expect other people to read your mind.

    第 28:不要指望其他人能讀懂你的想法。

  • If you need something, say it.


  • Effective communication will solve nine out of ten of your relationship problems.


  • Number 29: make hitting rock bottom a good thing.

    第 29:讓跌入谷底成為一件好事。

  • There's no better motivation than to get yourself out ofbad situation and sometimes you need to hit rock bottom to change direction. Just don't stay there for longer than you need to.

    沒有比讓自己擺脫困境更好的動力了,有時你需要跌入谷底才能改變方向。 只是不要在那裡停留超過你需要的時間。

  • And number 30: learn to find joy in working out.

    第 30:學會在運動中找到樂趣。

  • Everything starts and ends with your health.


  • Thank you for watching. If you like this video, you'll enjoy this one on 11 life and money habits to master before 39. See you there.

    感謝觀看。 如果你喜歡這個影片,你將會喜歡這個關於 39 歲之前要掌握的 11 個生活和金錢習慣的影片。到時見。

Here are 30 things I know in my 30s that I wish I knew in my 20s.

以下是我在 30 歲時所知道的 30 件事,而這些事情是我希望在 20 歲時就知道的。

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