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  • When you hear the word "hacking," you generally think of bad people getting into your computer to steal your identity or do things like that.


  • That's Whitson Gordon. He is the deputy editor of

    那是 Whitson Gordon。他是 的副總編輯。

  • Well, what the word hacking really means is finding a clever way to do something and often that's a clever way to work around an established system.

    "Hacking" 這個字眼真正的意思是找一個聰明的辦法來做某事,而那往往是用聰明的方式處理既定的系統。

  • And you'd be surprised at how many established systems there are in your own life.


  • There is a system for how you get up in the morning and a system for how you check your email. And a system you use for your calendar and on and on and on.


  • A lot of us are so entrenched in the systems that we are a part of in the way that we work day to day.


  • But we don't realize sometimes there is an easier way to do something.


  • And so yeah, hacking into someone's bank account, that's really bad.


  • But, hacking into your own life? That can be really good!


  • Because, the way that we do things generally sucks.


  • Life hacking can range from doing something to your wireless router to get better reception to making your headphones stay better in your ear with a $2 pair of ear plugs.

    生活駭客的範圍可以從對無線路動點手腳讓它收訊更好,到用一副 2 美元的耳塞讓耳機更好地塞在耳朵裡。

  • It's just little things that make your day-to-day life easier and more efficient.


  • So how do I go about hacking systems in my own life?


  • The first thing I would do is go about your work as normal and maybe take a little bit of time at the end of each day, just 10 minutes, to think about what you did that day.


  • You know, "This point in my day was really inefficient. How can I maybe do that better?"


  • Do that every day, you'll start to see where maybe the inefficiencies are in your work.


  • You know, maybe you spend way too much time trying to wade through emails or you spend way too much time typing out certain things.


  • From there I just have to be really creative and think outside the box. Are there any tricks that you have at that point?


  • You say to yourself, "God, I'm spending so much time typing out this tedious stuff all day long."


  • You go on to Google. You search for, "How to save yourself time in typing,"and you'll find not just a lot of solutions from people,

    你上 Google 搜尋「如何省下自己打字的時間」,然後你會找到不僅來自許多他人解決方法,還有許多已寫好的實際電腦程式來解決特定問題。

  • but a lot of actual programs for computers that people have written to deal with that specific problem.


  • What would be the purpose behind caring about Lifehacks?

    對 Lifehacks 感興趣的背後目的是什麼?

  • You know, most of us are wasting, just wasting X percent of our time on tedious tasks or wasting X percent of our money on things we could easily make ourselves

    大多數的我們就這麼浪費百分之 X 的時間在單調乏味的工作,或浪費我們百分之 X 的錢在可以輕易完成的事物上,

  • and by dedicating part of your day to reorganizing your thoughts and rehacking some of these little things that you do every day,


  • you can save a ton of time, you know, be more productive, have more time to spend on the things that are really more important.


  • - Hi, I'm Jonathan. - And my name is Kirsten. We work here at Epipheo.

    - 嗨,我是 Jonathan。- 我是 Kirsten。我們在 Epipheo 工作。

  • Watching that video made me think, "What are the things I do every day that I could do more efficiently?"


  • - Well, you could do crunches while you brush your teeth. - Yeah, after you. - I already do.

    - 嗯,你可以在刷牙的時候做仰臥起坐。- 是喔,你先吧。- 我已經這麼做了。

  • - Wait, really? - Yeah. - Oh, okay.

    - 等等,真的嗎?- 真的。- 喔,好吧。

  • So, anyways, we would love to hear from you on your ideas on how you can hack your way to a better life. So, leave us a comment below.


  • And we want to thank for partnering with us on this video series.

    然後我們想要感謝 在這個影片系列和我們合作。

  • We here at Epipheo love to make videos that will improve your life, so make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don't miss the next one.

    我們在 Epipheo 喜愛製作改善你生活的影片,所以務必按下訂閱鍵,你才不會錯過下一支影片。

When you hear the word "hacking," you generally think of bad people getting into your computer to steal your identity or do things like that.



影片操作 你可以在這邊進行「影片」的調整,以及「字幕」的顯示

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