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  • When faced with a big challenge where potential failure seems to lurk at every corner, maybe you've heard this advice before: "Be more confident."

    當面臨一個大挑戰,潛在的失敗似乎潛伏在各個角落,你可能曾聽過這個建議:「有自信一點。」

  • And most likely, this is what you think when you hear it: "If only it were that simple."

    當你聽到時這句話時,腦袋中所想的很有可能是「如果真的這麼簡單就好了。」

  • But what is confidence?

    但什麼是信心?

  • Take the belief that you are valuable, worthwhile, and capable, also known as self-esteem.

    抱持著「你是有價值、有能力的」信念,這也被稱為自尊。

  • Add in the optimism that comes when you are certain of your abilities, and then empowered by these, act courageously to face a challenge head-on.

    當你對自己的能力抱持肯定時,樂觀一點,給自己一點力量勇敢迎接挑戰。

  • This is confidence.

    這就是信心。

  • It turns thoughts into action.

    它將想法轉化成行動。

  • So where does confidence even come from?

    所以信心到底由何而來? 

  • There are several factors that impact confidence.

    有一些因素會影響信心。

  • One: what you're born with, such as your genes, which will impact things like the balance of neurochemicals in your brain.

    第一:與生俱來,也就是你的基因。這會影響一些東西,像是你腦袋中的神經化學物質的平衡。

  • Two: how you're treated.

    第二:你是如何被對待。

  • This includes the social pressures of your environment.

    這包含身處環境的社會壓力。

  • And 3: the part you have control over, the choices you make, the risks you take, and how you think about and respond to challenges and setbacks.

    以及第三:你自己可以掌控的事、你做的選擇、你承擔的風險、以及你如何思考及回應這些挑戰和挫折。

  • It isn't possible to completely untangle these three factors, but the personal choices we make certainly play a major role in confidence development.

    我們很難將這三個因素拆開,但個人的選擇在信心發展上絕對是重要的關鍵。

  • So, by keeping in mind a few practical tips, we do actually have the power to cultivate our own confidence.

    所以將一些實用的方法謹記在心,我們可以真正擁有培養我們信心的力量。

  • Tip 1: a quick fix.

    方法一:速戰速決。

  • There are a few tricks that can give you an immediate confidence boost in the short term.

    有一些技巧,可以幫助你在短時間內很快提振信心。

  • Picture your success when you're beginning a difficult task, something as simple as listening to music with deep bass; it can promote feelings of power.

    當你開始一項艱鉅的任務時,想像你成功的樣子,聽一些低音域的音樂可以讓你充滿能量。

  • You can even strike a powerful pose or give yourself a pep talk.

    你甚至可以擺出一個強大的姿勢或給自己打氣。

  • Tip 2: believe in your ability to improve.

    方法二:相信你自己的能力會進步。

  • If you're looking for a long-term change, consider the way you think about your abilities and talents.

    你對於自己能力和天賦的思考方式,會影響你能否改變自己。

  • Do you think they are fixed at birth, or that they can be developed, like a muscle?

    你認為能力和天賦是一出生就無法改變的嗎?或它們是像肌肉一樣可以成長的?

  • These beliefs matter because they can influence how you act when you're faced with setbacks.

    這些信念很重要,因為它們會影響當你遇到挫折時的反應。

  • If you have a fixed mindset, meaning that you think your talents are locked in place, you might give up, assuming you've discovered something you're not very good at.

    如果你擁有定型心態,也就是說你認為天賦早是就是被決定好的,那麼當你遇到你不擅長的事情時,你可能會放棄。

  • But if you have a growth mindset and think your abilities can improve, a challenge is an opportunity to learn and grow.

    但如果你擁有成長心態,認為自己的能力是可以進步的,那挑戰就是一個學習及成長的機會。

  • Neuroscience supports the growth mindset.

    神經科學支持成長的心態。

  • The connections in your brain do get stronger and grow with study and practice.

    在你大腦內的連結會變得更加強壯,並且伴隨著學習和練習成長。

  • It also turns out, on average, people who have a growth mindset are more successful, getting better grades, and doing better in the face of challenges.

    這也證明,平均而言,擁有成長心態的人是比較成功的,他們獲得更好的成績,面對挑戰時也能夠應對得更好。

  • Tip 3: practice failure.

    方法三:練習失敗。

  • Face it, you're going to fail sometimes.

    面對它吧,你有時會失敗。

  • Everyone does.

    每個人都一樣。

  • J.K. Rowling was rejected by twelve different publishers before one picked up "Harry Potter."

    在《哈利波特》出版之前,J.K. 羅琳曾被 12 家出版商拒絕。

  • The Wright Brothers built on history's failed attempts at flight, including some of their own, before designing a successful airplane.

    萊特兄弟在設計出一架成功的飛機之前,曾經在飛行領域經歷多次的失敗嘗試,包括他們自己也失敗了好幾次。

  • Studies show that those who fail regularly and keep trying anyway are better equipped to respond to challenges and setbacks in a constructive way.

    研究證明那些經常失敗但持續嘗試的人更能夠用有建設性的方式,去面對挑戰及挫折。

  • They learn how to try different strategies, ask others for advice, and persevere.

    他們學會如何去嘗試不同的策略、詢問別人的建議並持之以恆。

  • So, think of a challenge you want to take on, realize it's not going to be easy, accept that you'll make mistakes, and be kind to yourself when you do.

    所以,想想你要接受的挑戰,意識到這不是件容易的事,接受你可能會犯錯的事實,並在你犯錯時善待自己。

  • Give yourself a pep talk, stand up, and go for it.

    給自己打氣,重新站起來,繼續努力。

  • The excitement you'll feel knowing that whatever the result, you'll have gained greater knowledge and understanding.

    無論結果如何,你都會覺得很刺激,你會獲得更多知識及對事物有更多的了解。

  • This is confidence.

    這就是自信。

When faced with a big challenge where potential failure seems to lurk at every corner, maybe you've heard this advice before: "Be more confident."

當面臨一個大挑戰,潛在的失敗似乎潛伏在各個角落,你可能曾聽過這個建議:「有自信一點。」

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    richardwang 發佈於 2019 年 02 月 02 日
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