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  • I remember My grandma’s favorite story was about

    我記得我奶奶最喜歡的故事是關於...

  • how everything cost two cents when she was young.

    在她年輕的時候,所有的東西都是兩分錢。

  • But now, everything constantly got more expensive. And it was all because of the government.

    但現在,所有的東西都不斷地變得更貴。而這一切都是因為政府的原因。

  • These uneducated pigs didn’t know how to control prices.

    這些沒文化的豬不知道如何控制價格。

  • And when I was privileged enough to hear this story,

    而當我有幸聽到這個故事時。

  • her complaining would last for hours and hours.

    她的抱怨會持續好幾個小時。

  • And that's exactly what reactive people do. They always focus on the things that they

    而這正是被動的人所做的事情。他們總是專注於他們的事情

  • cannot control. It’s not possible that a concept like inflation

    無法控制。像通貨膨脹這樣的概念,是不可能的

  • would exist. And if it did, it’s impossible that they

    會存在。如果真的存在,他們也不可能...

  • wouldn’t know about it!

    不知道

  • On the other hand, proactive people realize, Look, even if my complaining were completely

    另一方面,積極主動的人意識到,你看,即使我的抱怨完全是

  • objective, it doesn't help me. So I'm going to focus

    客觀,對我沒有任何幫助。所以我打算把重點放在

  • on what I can control.

    在我能控制的事情上。

  • If a proactive person owns a business where he sells a product,

    如果一個積極主動的人擁有一個銷售產品的企業。

  • instead of focusing on how people these days don’t appreciate good products anymore,

    而不是關注現在的人如何不欣賞好產品了。

  • and how the government has horrible regulations, he focuses on,

    以及政府如何制定可怕的規章制度,他著重於。

  • How can I improve my product, so my customers can’t live without it?”

    "如何改進我的產品,讓我的客戶離不開它?"

  • Do you realize how much responsibility, how much dedication,

    你知道有多少責任,有多少奉獻。

  • how much hard work comes along with asking that question?

    問這個問題有多少辛苦?

  • And what do you think our effort-minimizing brain is going to pick as default?

    你覺得我們的努力最小化的大腦會選擇什麼作為默認?

  • And that is exactly why most people focus on the things that they cannot control,

    而這正是大多數人把注意力放在自己無法控制的事情上的原因。

  • rather than focusing on the things that they can.

    而不是專注於自己能做的事情。

  • Habit number 1 is: be proactive.

    習慣一是:積極主動。

  • Now imagine youre at a funeral, but this one’s different from all the funerals

    想象一下,你在一個葬禮上,但這個葬禮和所有的葬禮都不一樣。

  • you've ever been to. Youre standing over the casket and you

    你'曾經去過。你站在棺材上,你...

  • see yourself. What do you have to say about yourself?

    看看你自己。你對自己有什麼想說的?

  • This is one of the most powerful questions you could ask.

    這是你能提出的最有力的問題之一。

  • Are you doing the things in your life, which are aligned with what you want to be

    你是否在做你生活中的事情,與你想成為的人保持一致?

  • able to say? Do you want to say that you were a good spouse?

    能說嗎?你想說你是個好配偶嗎?

  • If that’s the case, how does coming home and instantly being negative

    如果是這樣的話,回家後怎麼會立刻消極起來呢

  • towards your spouse affect that? Do you want to be remembered as a person who

    對你配偶的影響?你是否希望被人記住是一個人

  • added value to society? If that’s the case,

    為社會增加價值?如果是這樣的話。

  • are you doing the things that will allow you to say that,

    你是否在做的事情,將允許你說。

  • or are you scared of failure and choose comfortable mediocrity instead?

    還是你害怕失敗而選擇安逸平庸?

  • Almost every one of us will have to readjust how we live when we ask that question.

    當我們提出這個問題時,幾乎每個人都要重新調整自己的生活方式。

  • Habit number 2 is: begin with the end in mind.

    習慣二是:以終為始。

  • Now if I were to ask you, “What are the most important things to you?”

    現在,如果我問你,"對你來說最重要的事情是什麼?"

  • The most common answers I would get would be

    我最常見的答案會是

  • either your wellbeing, or your relationshipsyour family, your

    無論是你的福祉,還是你的人際關係--你的家庭,你的。

  • spouse, your children. You would never ever say, “Organizing papers

    配偶,你的孩子。你永遠不會說:"整理文件"。

  • or watching TV…” But how many of us spend more time organizing

    或看電視......"但我們有多少人花了更多的時間來整理

  • papers and watching TV, than planning our nutrition and going to the

    報紙和看電視,而不是規劃我們的營養和去看電視。

  • gym, or cultivating a healthy family environment?

    健身房,還是培養健康的家庭環境?

  • There’s a horrible disconnect between what we say

    我們說的話之間有一個可怕的脫節。

  • and how we actually allocate our time.

    以及我們究竟如何分配時間。

  • Habit number 3 is: put first things first.

    習慣之三是:把第一件事放在第一位。

  • Now imagine youre an author, and I’m an author.

    現在想象你是一個作家,而我是一個作家。

  • And We both write interesting books, and we both have access to an audience of

    我們都寫了有趣的書,我們都有機會接觸到一群觀眾

  • about a 100,000 people. I read your book and I love it.

    大約有10萬人。我讀了你的書,我很喜歡。

  • So I decide to share it with my audience. And as a result,

    所以我決定和我的觀眾分享。結果。

  • you now have 1,000s of people buying your book and reading your ideas.

    你現在有1000人買你的書,讀你的想法。

  • You see this and think, “Who is this guy? Let me take a look at his book.”

    你看到這個就會想,"這傢伙是誰?讓我看一下他的書"

  • You start reading my book and think I have ideas that are valuable.

    你開始看我的書,覺得我的想法很有價值。

  • So you decide to share it with your audience. And as a result,

    所以你決定與你的觀眾分享。結果。

  • I now have 1,000s of people buying my book and reading my ideas.

    我現在有一千多人買我的書,讀我的想法。

  • Notice how different this is from my creating a little creepy Amazon account,

    請注意,這與我創建一個小詭異的亞馬遜賬號有多大區別。

  • finding your book and leaving a bad review, hoping that this will deter a few people from

    找到你的書,並留下差評,希望以此來阻止一些人對你的

  • buying your book, which will in turn somehow get them to buy

    購買你的書,這將在某種程度上讓他們購買。

  • my book.

    我的書。

  • Habit number 4 is: think win-win. Stop thinking of everything as a zero-sum

    習慣四是:思考雙贏。不要再把所有的事情都想成零和

  • game. For you to win, another person does not have

    遊戲。為了讓你贏,另一個人不需要...

  • to lose.

    失去。

  • Something I want my viewers to do is to subscribe to my channel,

    我希望我的觀眾能訂閱我的頻道。

  • but you will never hear me say, “Well, I worked really hard guys.

    但你永遠不會聽到我說:"好吧,我工作真的很辛苦的傢伙。

  • I dedicated so many hours to this. Please subscribe.”

    我為此奉獻了這麼多時間。請訂閱。"

  • Look, who cares if I worked hard? Who cares if I’ve spent days creating this

    你看,誰在乎我是否努力工作?誰會在乎我花了幾天的時間來創造這一切?

  • video? The real questions are,

    視頻?真正的問題是。

  • does it offer value to you? And Why should you dedicate your time to subscribing,

    它是否為你提供價值?為什麼你要花時間去訂閱。

  • when you could be doing anything else that you want?

    當你可以做任何其他你想做的事情?

  • Habit number 5 is something that I try to use every single day,

    習慣5是我每天都會嘗試使用的。

  • with every interaction that I have, and with every comment that I reply to,

    與我的每一次互動,以及我回復的每一條評論。

  • and it is this: seek first to understand, then to be understood.

    而這就是:先求理解,再求被理解。

  • Now imagine there are two people, and a tree with five apples on it.

    現在想象有兩個人,一棵樹上有五個蘋果。

  • They are both too short to reach the apples, but if one of them sits on the other’s shoulders,

    他們都太矮了,夠不著蘋果,但如果其中一個坐在另一個的肩膀上。

  • he can reach all five of the apples. This is called synergy.

    他可以達到所有五個蘋果。這就是所謂的協同作用。

  • The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

    整體大於部分之和。

  • Now I’ll be the first to admit that you can’t achieve this with everyone,

    現在我第一個承認,你不可能對所有人都做到這一點。

  • but you should always be looking for opportunities to create synergy.

    但你應該一直在尋找創造協同效應的機會。

  • With every synergistic opportunity you create, you can gather many more apples than you otherwise

    你所創造的每一個協同機會,都能收集到比你更多的蘋果。

  • would by yourself.

    會由自己。

  • Habit number 6 is: Synergize.

    習慣六是。協同工作。

  • A man has been trying to cut down a tree for hours.

    一名男子為了砍樹,已經好幾個小時了。

  • And after a while his neighbor can’t take it anymore,

    過了一會兒,他的鄰居就受不了了。

  • goes over and says, “You know, if you sharpen the saw, youll

    過去說:"你知道,如果你把鋸子磨尖了,你就會。

  • be able to cut it down faster.” And the man replies,

    能更快地把它砍下來。"而那人回答說。

  • But, sharpening the saw is going to take time.”

    "可是,磨鋸子是需要時間的。"

  • Now we might laugh at this story, but we do the same thing all the time.

    現在我們可能會嘲笑這個故事,但我們一直在做同樣的事情。

  • We can’t find 30 minutes a day, 4 times a week to go to the gym.

    我們找不到每天30分鐘,每週4次的時間去健身房。

  • Our health deteriorates to a point, where were physically incapable of being

    我們的健康狀況惡化到一定程度,我們的身體已經無法承受

  • effective. We can’t read a book for 15 minutes a day

    有效。我們每天看書15分鐘是不行的。

  • and mentally stimulate ourselves. No! These things take too much time!

    並在精神上刺激自己。不!這些事情需要太多時間!

  • And then we have the audacity to ask for little tips and tricks on how to be effective.

    然後,我們還大膽地請教如何有效的小技巧和小竅門。

  • It’s like telling your engineer, “Don’t worry about the foundation,

    這就像告訴你的工程師,"不要擔心基礎。

  • where can we get the magic bricks that will float in the air?”

    我們在哪裡可以得到會漂浮在空中的魔法磚?"

  • Habit number 7 is: sharpen the saw.

    習慣七是:磨鋸。

  • And these are the 7 habits of highly effective people by Stephen Covey.

    而這就是斯蒂芬-柯維所提出的高效人士的7個習慣。

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