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

    嗨大家,我是瑪莉·芙萊奧(美國跨多行業專家),你正在收看的是Marie TV,這裡能讓你學會創造你所熱愛的事業

  • you love. You know, over the past 5 years this show has been an incredible part of my

    與生活。你們知道嗎?過去這5年以來,這個節目一直是我生活當中最美好的

  • life. I am so grateful to you, our audience, for tuning in each and every week and you

    一部份。我真的非常感謝那些,每週都收看我們節目的觀眾,正因為你們的

  • watch us and you support us and that is amazing.

    的收看與支持,才能造就出如此美好的事情

  • Weve done over 250 shows so far, which blows my mind, and I have learned so much

    到目前為止,我們已作出超過250多集的節目,至今仍令我回味無窮,而我也從

  • both from the actual making of the show and from what you bring back to it each week.

    節目實作過程裡及每週觀眾帶回的反思中學到不少

  • So today I wanna share 7 lessons that I’ve learned along the way.

    所以今天,我想來分享自己這一路以來學到的7堂課

  • Lesson number one is starting small leads to big success. So people often say to me,

    第1課:「積少成多,聚沙成塔」,有些人常常會跟我說

  • Oh, you know, that show, it’s easy for you to do because you've got this big team.

    「喔,妳要知道,這節目對妳來說,輕而易舉就能搞定,因為背後有著龐大的支援團隊

  • What about me? I’m just starting out.” I’ve gotta tell you, my videos started with

    而我呢?我不過才剛起步而已。」但我得告訴你一件事,一開始影片在我家廚房拍攝

  • just me and my webcam in my kitchen. There was no editing, there was no lighting, there

    只有我自己和一臺網路攝影機,沒有任何後製、沒有燈光、更沒有

  • was no highlights in the hair, there was no nothing. And my team evolved very, very slowly

    打在頭上的鎂光燈,什麼都沒有。我的幕後團隊是在歷經多年之後,才一步一步

  • and organically over the years. So no matter what youre trying to do whether you wanna

    有組織性地擴大茁壯起來。因此不管你是試著想要開始

  • start a show, you wanna start a business, youre trying to form a new habit, or even

    籌畫一段節目、開創事業、培養新的習慣,或甚至

  • if youre trying to start a new career, starting small is something I so recommend

    你想試著開創嶄新的職業生涯,我十分建議先從小地方開始做起

  • because those small, consistent steps always lead you to big places. Which brings me to

    正因為每一小步都貫徹始終,終將能帶領你邁向更寬廣的路。剛好,提到接下來

  • lesson number two.

    我要講的第2堂課

  • Lesson number two: consistency is not an accident. So a lot of people ask, how do you do this

    第2課:「貫徹始終絕非一蹴可幾。」這時候很多人就會問,那妳又是如何

  • each and every week without fail? Well, I’ll tell you. The consistency of our show is just

    在每週做到且不會失敗呢?這麼說吧,我們節目的一貫性

  • simply not an accident. We plan our entire year around MarieTV and we shoot about 4 to

    可不是一蹴可幾的。我們花了整整1年的時間籌備MarieTV,在1年內拍攝

  • 5 times a year and everything that we need to do to make this show come to life is actually

    約4~5次,而真正讓此節目變得活潑有趣的關鍵,其實是

  • scheduled out months and months in advance, from writing days to booking the crew to securing

    事前日積月累以來的策畫,從書寫企劃書、招聘工作人員,到搞定一些

  • our interviews. And once we get everything lined up it is just a go. I mean, no questions

    訪談內容。一旦我們準備好所有事前工作,接下來就是一個字:「衝」。我的意思是說,在無法獲得

  • asked, things are pretty much non-freaking-negotiable. Unwavering commitment is really what makes

    商討的情況下,事情多半是毫無商量餘地的。此時,堅定的決心往往是實現貫徹如一

  • consistency happen. So no matter what the size of your project, if you want to get it

    的最要關鍵。因此,不管你的專案規模有多大,如果你想把它

  • done you have got to put it in that calendar. And if youre fully committed, I promise,

    完成,那你最好把它們列入行事曆當中。如果你非常堅定,我保證

  • your life will bend to support it.

    你的人生便從此順利了起來

  • Lesson number three: get real used to Murphy’s Law. So if you don't know what Murphy’s

    第3課:「把莫非定律當作是家常便飯吧」,要是你不清楚什麼是

  • Law is, it states that anything that can go wrong, will. And after 5 years of doing this

    莫非定律,它指的是「凡是可能出錯的事必出錯。」做了5年這個節目

  • show I can tell you, it does. I mean, lights blow out, we blow fuses, I get sick, rented

    我可以非常老實地告訴你,這是真的!像燈管破裂、保險絲斷裂、我感冒生病、原本租好的

  • furniture just doesn't show up, helicopters and firehelicopters and firetrucks ruin

    傢俱卻沒有出現,直升機還有... 直升機和消防車

  • take after take, and often I can’t seem to pronounce really simple words. (Those bloopers that you see, those are real.)

    破壞一個又一個鏡頭,甚至有的時候我好像連簡單的字,都會發音錯誤。(你所看到的這些NG畫面,都是真的發生過的)

  • My point here is that no matter how much you prepare, things will go wrong. Like, major

    我的重點是,不管你再怎麼準備,事情還是有可能會出差錯,就像大部份的

  • things. All the time. Youve gotta stay flexible, youve gotta keep your sense of

    事情,都常常這樣。你得讓自己處於彈性的狀態,並試著維持一股

  • humor, and remember my life motto which is everything is figureoutable.

    幽默感,並請銘記我的人生座右銘:「凡事總會有迎刃而解的一天。」(譯註: 根據Urban Dictionary城市字典時下俚語的解釋: figureoutable形容事情最初看起來很難完成,但其實只要付出點耐心與研究便能體悟出箇中滋味。)

  • Lesson number four: you can’t make everyone happy, and it’s a losing game to try. Oh

    第4課:「你沒辦法讓每個人都滿意,這道理屢試不爽。」

  • my goodness, this lesson has been so deeply seared into my soul from MarieTV and our other

    喔我的天啊,我從MarieTV及我們其他的作品上,體會這個道理,並深刻烙印在

  • work. So let me repeat, you cannot make everyone happy and it is a losing game to try. There

    我心中。所以讓我再重述一遍,你沒辦法讓每個人都滿意,這道理屢試不爽。

  • are tons of people who tell me, “Stop doing the goofy stuff,” because they think it

    有一堆人告訴過我:「別再做那些蠢事了。」因為他們認為

  • detracts from my credibility or that it just makes me seem narcissistic. Or, “Why y’all

    那會有損我的聲譽,或者讓我看起來有點孤芳自賞,又或是說:「妳現在怎麼把

  • fancy now? Can’t you go back to the brick wall?” And then there are tons of other

    自己搞得那麼花俏?妳難道不能回到之前磚塊的背景嗎?」然後還會有一堆人(譯註: Marie早期拍的影片是在一道紅磚牆的背景前進行拍攝)

  • people, like my mom, who say, “Can’t you just dance and sing more or can’t you do

    好比我媽,就會說:「妳難道不能只是唱歌跳舞、非得做一堆愚蠢的

  • even more silly stuff or can't it just be all bloopers?”

    傻事,搞得最後自己不過是在出洋相罷了。」

  • When it comes to your creativity, you have got to do what you wanna do. Make everything

    當我們提到「創意」的時候,你必須將內心所想付諸為行動。在做每一件事情的同時

  • about what makes you smile, what makes you laugh, what do you consider joyful? That’s

    想一下什麼能讓你微笑、感到開心、覺得欣喜的?抱持著

  • what’s most important for anything that you're doing.

    愉悅的心情在你所做的事情上,是極其重要的

  • Lesson number five is let yourself evolve. So if youve watched any of my earlier work

    第5課:「讓自己進步」,如果你看過我早期一些節目的話

  • you know that I was very comfortable using, shall we say, colorful language. But over

    你就會發現,我以前非常習慣使用一些生動華麗的詞藻。但隨著時間

  • time not only did I grow and change, but, more importantly, so did my audience. And

    過去,不只我自己,連我的觀眾也都歷經成長而改變。而

  • I started to realize that a lot of parents were watching MarieTV with their kids. And

    我開始意識到,有愈來愈多父母陪著他們的小孩一起收看MarieTV,我也

  • then I started to notice a lot of teenagers and young people watch the show on their own

    開始注意到有大量的年輕族群自己收看這個

  • too. So for me, I really just made a conscious decision to adjust my language and do warnings

    節目。所以對我來說,我便隨即下意識決定,必須調整自己的言語,在節目可能

  • if we happen to have episodes that are a little more on the racy side. Not because I’m trying

    開始有點偏軌、越界時,就會提出警告。這絕不是因為我為了要

  • to cater to everyone, but because those young people are really important to me.

    迎合群眾,而是因為那群年輕世代的族群,對我來說真的太重要了

  • Lesson number 6 is only work with the best. So this isn’t necessarily about hiring the

    第6課:「只和最讚的人一起工作」,這並不是叫你一定要雇用

  • most expensive people, it’s about only working with A players, with drivers, with people

    最為昂貴的人才,而是指不管怎麼樣,都只和最優秀的選手、駕駛員,及擁有

  • who are 100 percent committed to doing an extraordinary job, no matter what. So I’ve

    百分之百熱誠的人來完成那份特殊非凡的工作。這時候我得來

  • gotta brag on my crew for a second. I love them so much and one of the pieces of feedback

    吹捧一下我的工作人員了。我真的非常喜歡他們,當有人來上MarieTV或和我們

  • that I hear all the time when people come to MarieTV or they interact with my company

    公司的人員有所交際時,其中有一個評價是我很常聽到的

  • is they say, “OMG. Team Forleo is amazing. Everybody is so kind and theyre funny and

    他們說:「我的天啊! 芙萊奧的團隊真是太令人驚艷了! 每個人都很友善而且都好有趣

  • theyre present. Where did they come from?” And I’ve gotta tell you, great teams don't

    也很令人難忘。這些人到底從何處來呢?」而我必須老實告訴你,偉大的團隊

  • happen by accident. I’m super clear on my standards, I also consider myself really fortunate,

    並非一揮而就,我自己有著非常明確的做事準則,也認為自己非常的幸運

  • but youve gotta know that if you surround yourself with people who just get it and,

    但你一定要了解到,如果和一群通曉事理的人在一起

  • most importantly, get you, you can create extraordinary things.

    以及最重要的,懂你的心,你們就能創造出意義非凡的事情

  • And lesson 7 is stay true to your vision. So over the years many people have tried to

    第7課則是:「忠於你的夢想。」過去多年來,有許多人試著

  • get me to take on sponsors or sell advertising or they wanted me to pitch this show to a

    要我接受一些廠商贊助、廣告販售,或是想要我將這個節目

  • real TV network. Those things are all fine and they might be awesome for other people,

    移到真正的電視平臺上。這些事情真的都滿不賴的,而且對於其他人來說一定很棒

  • but that just hasn’t been my vision. You know, everyone says, “But you should really

    但這畢竟不是我的夢想。你們知道嗎?每個人都說:「妳真的要好好

  • consider that. It’s a great opportunity.” Just because something is an opportunity,

    考慮,那可是十分難得的機會。」只因為那是一個難得的機會

  • it doesn't mean it’s the right opportunity for you. So no matter what youre creating,

    並不代表它對你就是個正確的機會。所以不管你正在創造什麼事物

  • it’s really important to be ultra clear on what success looks like and feels like

    摸清所謂的成功,看起來、感覺起來為何,對你來說可是相當

  • for you. It’s fine to listen to other people’s ideas, but at the end of the day please trust

    重要的。聽取他人的意見想法是不錯的,不過話說回來,請你

  • yourself. You know what’s best for you.

    相信你自己,因為只有你自己知道,什麼對你才是最好的

  • You know, every episode weve done, every guest weve had on, it’s all grown out

    你們知道嗎?我們每做一集節目,每請一位來賓,都能出乎我所願地

  • of my hope to make something fun and useful and inspiring for you. And this is why were

    為你們帶來一些樂趣、有用觀念與激勵啟發。而這正是為什麼

  • still here over 250 episodes later. So thank you so very much for watching and supporting

    我們在250多集之後,還能在這裡的原因。真的非常感謝你們的收看與支持

  • and I hope well do another episode like this after the next few hundred.

    我也希望還能在數百集過後,再做出這樣的一集節目

  • Now I would love to hear from you. Which lesson from today really hit home, and how can that

    現在我想聽聽看你們的意見,今天哪一堂課最深植你心,而對於你目前的

  • make a difference in your business or your life right now? Or if youve been in the

    事業或生活又能造成什麼樣的差異?或者,你曾處於一段困境中

  • trenches really creating something consistently for a while now, what’s the single biggest

    但現在已創造出連貫性好一段時間了,到目前為止,哪一堂課

  • lesson that youve learned so far?

    是讓你覺得感觸最深的?

  • As always, the best discussions happen after the episode over at the magical land of MarieForleo.com,

    如往常一樣,每一集結束後,MarieForleo.com的夢幻國度裡都會出現熱烈的討論

  • so go there and leave a comment now.

    所以現在就趕快到網站上留下你的想法吧!

  • Did you like this video? If so, subscribe to our channel and I would be so grateful

    你喜歡這一集影片嗎?如果喜歡,請你訂閱我們的頻道,若能將這部影片分享給

  • if you shared this with your friends. And if you want even more resources to create

    你朋友的話,那當然是再好不過了。如果你想要更多超讚的資源去創造你

  • a business and life that you love, plus some personal insights from me that I only talk

    熱愛的事業及生活,或者想要我只會在email裡提到的

  • about in email, come on over to MarieForleo.com and make sure you sign up for email updates.

    個人洞見的話,那就來MarieForleo.com網站,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,並繼續朝著你的夢想邁進,因為這世界正需要你那

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

    獨一無二的天賦。非常感謝你的收看,我們下回再於Marie TV上見囉!

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

嗨大家,我是瑪莉·芙萊奧(美國跨多行業專家),你正在收看的是Marie TV,這裡能讓你學會創造你所熱愛的事業

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