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  • Hey, it’s Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be to create a business

    嗨! 我是瑪莉·芙萊奧(美國跨多行業專家),你現在收看的是Marie TV ,一個能讓你學會創造你所熱愛的事業

  • and life you love.

    與生活的地方。

  • Last year I had a life changing carb craving. Specifically I wanted a croissant. And my

    去年,對碳水化合物的癮讓我的生活有了極大的轉變。這麼說吧,有一天我想來個可頌,而我

  • first thought, I should walk around the corner to that cute little French bakery that I’ve

    第一個念頭就是,我應該到附近走走逛逛,到一家我一直以來很想試試看的

  • been always meaning to try. It’s one of those places that you probably have in your

    可愛又小巧的法式烘培坊。這種地方大概就是那種明明就在你

  • neighborhood where you walk by a million times but for whatever reason, you never go in.

    家裡附近,走路也經過幾百萬次,卻怎麼也不會進去的地方。

  • So I walk over and as I’m getting up to the door I notice this little white piece

    接著我就朝麵包店方向走去,正當我要推門進去的時候,我注意到了玻璃門上

  • of paper on the glass door and it says this: “Closed due to vacation.”

    的白紙,上面寫著: "休假出遊,暫停營業"

  • Now, typically when I go to a store and it’s closed, I’m usually like whomp whomp, but

    通常,我如果要去一家店,但是它沒開的時候,我都會表現出哇~哇~(挫敗)的樣子,不過

  • this time I was actually like, “OMG, closed due to vacation? It’s a revelation! This

    這一次,我反倒會這樣覺得 "天啊~ 因為休假出遊就暫停營業? 這太出乎意料之外了!

  • is a party!”

    這真是一件好事!"

  • There was no disappointment. In fact, it was super inspiring to me that someone could close

    我一點也沒有感到失望。老實說,有人可以因為長假

  • down their entire business for an extended period of time just for vacation. So nobody

    就把整個事業暫停掉這件事,讓我激發出了一些靈感。沒有人

  • died, they weren’t going out of business, it wasn’t renovation. Nope, they just wanted

    死去,他們也不是要破產,更不是要翻新整修。都不是,他們只是

  • to take time off.

    想要休假

  • So, I got so excited by this idea that I forgot I even wanted a croissant, I ran home, called

    所以,就因為這個點子,讓我感到十分興奮,興奮到我忘記我要買可頌這件事了,我跑回家,

  • up my team, and I told them, “We are closing down at the end of the year for 2 whole weeks,”

    打給我的團隊,我告訴他們: "我們在年底的時候要休假2個禮拜"

  • and we did it then and guess what, were doing it again right now. Were closing

    而我們真的照做了,你猜怎麼樣,我們現在又再度執行一次。我們下禮拜開始

  • down for the next 2 weeks.

    公司會停止營業2週

  • Now youve got to get, this was a pretty big move for me. Doing stuff nonstop is pretty

    現在你可能會明白,這對我來說,真的是滿大的一項轉變。要求員工不停地工作

  • much in my DNA. I mean, I’ve been working consistently since I was 10 years old. Yes,

    的觀念已經深植於我的DNA中。我是說,從我10歲開始,我就已經持續不斷地在工作。沒錯,

  • I’ve taken vacations, but this idea of completely closing down your entire company for an extended

    我會休假出去玩,但為了一個長假就把你整間公司暫停營業,

  • period of time, that’s pretty radical, at least for me. I mean, I know they do that

    這樣的做法對我來說,實在是太極端了。我的意思是說,我當然知道

  • kind of stuff in Europe, but I’d never really seen it done here.

    在歐洲,公司會這樣對待員工,但我在這裡可從來都沒見過。

  • And in this digital age and since I run a digital company, I feel like there’s this

    在這電子數位時代,從我開始經營數位公司的時候,我就覺得這種

  • ever growing pressure to always be on and always be responding and always be engaging

    總是要回應、投入和創新的壓力一直不斷在增長中

  • and always be creating something new. But the truth is, from my point of view, this

    甚至還會創造出新的概念。就我的觀點來看,事實卻是,這種

  • always on, always pushing, always going, it’s really a sickness and over time it can destroy

    總是被要求回應、投入和持續運行的壓力實在是一種病態,而隨著時間過去,它甚至可以把你

  • you. It can destroy your health and your creativity and your relationships and everything. And,

    摧毀殆盡。它會破壞你的健康、創造力、人際關係和任何東西。

  • I mean, when it comes to your team, it can burn them out and take them completely out.

    好比說,當這樣的壓力來到你的團隊當中,可能會搞得整個團隊筋疲力盡,甚而讓他們虛脫

  • And the more experience I have in this world, the more I see that personally, my soul craves

    在我以往所擁有的經歷中,我個人看見的情況較多是,我的內心渴望

  • down time, it craves play time, it craves time completely just off the grid.

    停工、渴望玩樂的時間、渴望時間能完全跳脫既定的框架

  • Now, if you're anything like me and you're super passionate about what you do, even just

    如果現在你和我一樣,你是個超級熱衷於你所做的事情的人,就算只是

  • the thought of taking significant time off can feel scary. I mean, after all, let’s

    一個長時間放假的念頭都會令人心生恐慌。我是說,畢竟,打個比方吧

  • say you take yourself off the grid and all of a sudden everybody forgets about you or

    假設你把自己從現在的生活中拉離,然後突然間所有人都忘了你是誰,或是

  • you miss out on some huge opportunity or, goodness gracious, your competitors get ahead. (No~~~)

    你錯失掉一個難得的大好機會,又或者是,噢~天啊,你的對手超越你了 (不~~~)

  • But here’s what I learned when we shut our whole company down for 2 weeks last year:

    這是我從去年我們把公司整整停工2個禮拜所學到的一些事:

  • it was the best thing weve ever done. Everybody, including myself, came back so refreshed and

    這真的是我們有史以來做過最讚的事情了。每一個人,包括我自己,回來的時候都好有精神、

  • rejuvenated and the entire team came back with new ideas to take the company to the

    更有活力,而整個團隊回來的時候,甚至還帶來一些新的點子,足以讓整間公司

  • next level.

    晉升到更高的境界呢

  • I’m telling you all of this because I want you to remember two important things. First

    我說這麼多是因為我希望你能夠記住兩件重要的事,第一,

  • up, great things happen when you unplug from technology and you plug into your real life.

    好的事情發生在你和科技斷線,並與真實世界連線的時刻

  • Now, as much as I love technology, and I really do love it, I have learned it is vital to

    而現在,像我如此地熱愛科技(我是真的很愛),我就體認到找個時間做點

  • take time to just let yourself be. Because if youre constantly listening to the noise

    自己想做的事是相當重要的。因為如果你不斷地在聽存於世界上

  • of the world, it’s impossible to hear the whispers of your soul. What’s that? My soul

    的噪音,那就很難傾聽到自己內心的聲音。那是什麼呀? 我的內心

  • just told me that’s a tweetable.

    剛才告訴我那是Twitter的消息轉發功能

  • Now, if you're thinking to yourself, “This sounds great, Marie, but I can’t take 2

    如果現在你這樣想: "這聽起來還真不賴,但是瑪莉,我沒辦法現在就

  • weeks off right now,” or, “I can’t take a whole week off,” that’s completely fine.

    撥出2個禮拜的時間出來",或者,"我根本連一個禮拜的時間都擠不出來",這其實真的沒關係

  • But ask yourself, can you take 48 hours off? Or maybe just one day?

    但要問問你自己,你能撥出48個小時的時間出來嗎? 又或者是僅僅一天呢?

  • And number two, the whole point of this episode is this: you get to write the rules in your

    第二,整集影片的重點是: 你可以開始著手為你的事業以及生活

  • business and your life. Question everything that you think you have to do, really challenge

    訂定一些規則。有任何你覺得必須提出的問題就提出發問,要真正去挑戰

  • those assumptions. Do you have to be on Twitter, especially if you don't like it? Do you have

    那些假設。比方說,你真的有必要認同接受推特,尤其是你又不喜歡它嗎? 你真的有必要

  • to work on Mondays? Do you even have to wear underwear?

    在禮拜1上班嗎? 你真的有必要穿著內衣褲嗎?

  • But seriously, do not undercut your ability to craft a business and a life that you truly

    但是說實在的啦,別讓能夠讓你創造你美好事業以及你所熱愛的生活的能力遭剝削了

  • love. So now I would love to hear from you. What’s one thing you wish you can do in

    現在我希望能夠從你那邊得到一些回饋。有哪一件事是你希望可以在事業上實行,

  •  your business that you think you can’t do? And what would happen if you truly challenged

    但你卻認為沒辦法做到的呢? 要是你打定主意,試著挑戰這種假設,

  • that assumption? As always, the best discussions happen after

    又有可能會發生什麼後果呢? 一如往常一樣,最棒的討論都出現在

  • the episode over at MarieForleo.com, so go there and leave a comment now.

    每一集結束後的MarieForieo網站裡,所以,現在就趕快到網站上留下你的想法吧

  • Did you like this video? One of my favorites. If you liked it, please subscribe to our channel

    你喜歡這一部影片嗎? 我很喜歡呢! 如果你喜歡的話可以訂閱我們的頻道

  • and, of course, we would be appreciative if you shared this with your friends. And if

    如果你願意和你的朋友分享這部影片,那當然是再好不過了,我們會非常感謝你。如果

  • you want even more awesome resources to create a business and life that you love, plus some

    你想取得更多超讚的資源去創造你所熱愛的事業及生活,或者想在我會與你私自交談的

  • personal insights from me that I only talk about in email, come on over to MarieForleo.com

    電子郵件中給予一些個人看法的話,那就來MarieForleo.com網站,

  • and sign up for email updates.

    並且註冊以利收到電子報的通知

  • Stay on your game and keep going for your dreams because the world needs that special

    繼續闖蕩你的事業,並繼續朝你的夢想邁進,因為世界需要你那獨一無二的

  • gift that only you have. Thank you so much for watching and I’ll catch you next time on MarieTV.

    天賦。非常感謝你的收看,我們下次再於Marie TV上相見囉!

Hey, it’s Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be to create a business

嗨! 我是瑪莉·芙萊奧(美國跨多行業專家),你現在收看的是Marie TV ,一個能讓你學會創造你所熱愛的事業

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