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  • -Today we're talking about ways to be more confident. -Yo man, I eat confidence for breakfast.

    -今天我們要來聊聊更有自信的方法 -Yo自信對我來說只是小菜一碟

  • -You know there's a fine line between being cocky and being confident. -I know man, I totally hate those guys! Let's talk about that vid!

    -你知道自傲跟自信只有一線之隔吧 -我知道,我超討厭那種高傲的人,我們來聊聊吧

  • -Hey you're watching VidTalk on VoiceTube TV, I'm JR. -I'm Ray, and JR can you tell me again the phrase you just threw at me? What was it?

    -嘿你在收看 VoiceTube TV 的 VidTalk,我是 JR -我是 Ray,你可以再說一次你剛剛那句名言嗎?

  • I eat confidence for breakfast?

    我吃自信當早餐?(自信心對我來說是小事一樁)

  • -You eat confidence for breakfast. -Kind of delicious.

    -你吃自信當早餐 -美味美味

  • You know I have to reiterate, there is a fine line between being cocky, the obnoxious kind of confident, and being confident.

    我要重述,自傲跟自信只有一線之差

  • Yeah tell me about it, people are not modest these days. They totally need to learn about it.

    對啊,我也這樣覺得,人們都不太謙虛了現在,他們該好好學學

  • But anyways, being confident to me, confidence.

    不過呢,自信心對我來說

  • You know it's about staying true to yourself and staying true to your goals in life, no matter what kind of pressure you're under.

    就是忠於自我,並且不斷地追求自己的目標,不管面對何種困難

  • How about you though?

    你呢?

  • To me, I think being confident is the belief in yourself and your ability and mastery to be able to achieve a goal?

    對我來說,自信就是相信自己能夠達成目標的能力

  • -That doesn't sound quite confident. -That's a good point, because despite the fact that you know you might fail.

    -你聽起來沒有很有自信啊 -很有道理,因為就算你知道可能會失敗

  • You're still going to go for it, you're still going to take the plunge.

    你還是要嘗試還是要冒險,這就是自信

  • That's blind faith. That's another thing.

    那是盲目的信心,是另一回事

  • Well we kind of disagree on the definition of confidence, but let's settle it with the standard definition from a dictionary,

    我們對定義有些不同的意見,不過我們來看看字典的標準定義

  • so let's hear what the dictionary has to say about the word "confidence".

    我們來看看字典是怎麼定義這個字的

  • So the word "confidence" in the dictionary, its definition is "the feeling or belief that one can have faith in or rely on someone or something".

    所以這個字的定義是「一種可以相信以及依賴某人或某事的感覺」

  • So according to the dictionary, confidence is not just about believing in yourself, you can also have confidence in others.

    根據字典,自信不只是相信自己,也可以相信他人

  • So you can have faith in others or yourself.

    所以你可以對自己有自信或是對他人有信心

  • So we're talking about this topic, this specific video today because me and Ray, you know we've been doing speeches all around Taiwan, on campus.

    我們討論這個主題,這個影片是因為我跟 Ray 常常到台灣的各大專院校演講

  • And we've been observing a lot of young students, and this is a general trend, something in common that we found together.

    我們觀察到很多年輕學生,這是一個趨勢,我們都覺得

  • And it's that a lot of young Taiwanese, they lack confidence. They truly lack confidence.

    很多年輕臺灣人,他們沒有自信

  • A lot of times, there's a lot of great opportunities lying at their doorsteps, but they shy away from it.

    很多時候,機會就近在咫尺,不過他們反而避開他

  • -They don't dare to take that one first step. That first step out right there. -Out of their comfort zone.

    -他們不敢踏出第一步 -踏出舒適圈

  • Yeah and get out of their comfort zone, and try to do something new or fresh. They instead stay in their comfort zone.

    對啊,踏出舒適圈,嘗試做些新的事物,他們就待在自己的舒適圈

  • And it's not because they don't have what it takes, it's because they're just too unconfident.

    也不是因為沒能力做到,只是因為沒信心

  • So today we're talking about this topic, this is going to be tips coming from us.

    今天我們討論的這個主題,會是我們給的一些建議

  • -I would like to think that I'm confident. Do you think you're confident? -I'm cocky!

    -我覺得,我應該是個有自信的人,你覺得你有自信嗎? -我很高傲!

  • So we've been to various speeches, public speakings, we've hosted various programs, so we have some experience giving tips to people

    所以我們去到不同的演講、講座、我們主持不同節目,所以我們有經驗

  • who are not confident enough, so today we're gonna share with you some tips but in particular we're going to talk about a video.

    對於鼓舞沒自信的人這方面,所以今天要跟你們分享一些訣竅,特別是從這個影片而來的

  • So this is a Ted-Ed video that is on the topic of how to be more confident, so we're gonna elaborate on some tips

    這是一個 Ted-Ed 的影片,有關如何更有自信,我們會特別著重於一些內容

  • and share with you some of our personal experiences, our stories, so that you can also learn to become more confident.

    並且分享一些我們個人的經驗、故事,你們可以參考看看

  • So our first tip for you is to believe in your ability to improve.

    所以第一個就是要相信自己能夠進步的能力

  • There's a catch here, you see, not just your ability but your ability to improve.

    這裏有個重點喔,不只是相信自己的能力而是能夠進步的能力

  • So you're not believing in your current ability, you're believing in the future basically.

    所以不只是相信現在有的能力,而是相信未來

  • -The potential. -Your potential to become better.

    -潛力 -你變更好的潛力

  • So if you have a fixed mindset where you think your talents are fixed and you can't go anywhere.

    所以如果你有個僵化的心態,覺得自己的才能是固定的,是不能進步的

  • Then everything is gonna be like a dead end for you. But if you view every single challenge as a way to improve,

    那一切對你而言都會碰壁,不過如果你把挑戰視為一個進步的機會

  • then that way, you will make slow progress but then you will get better and better and you will have more and more confidence.

    那這樣的話,你會慢慢有進展,而且會越來越好,會越來越有自信

  • So this is what the video calls the "growth mindset". It's just mainly talking about how people can grow in the future, and just picturing that in your mind.

    這就是影片所謂的「成長心態」,基本上就是人們是可以發展的,只要心態改變就可以

  • And that's actually something I do with my own students. I'm a counselor for young college students at my church.

    那也是我會對我學生做的心理建設,我在教會是年輕學生的諮商師

  • And usually I get a lot of questions from them, a lot of problems from them, saying that they don't have confidence.

    常常我會被問一些問題,他們會覺得自己沒自信

  • How about this, let's do some roleplay, you be my young student.

    不然這樣,我們角色扮演,你可以當我的年輕學生

  • -So my character is... -You're a student who lacks confidence and thinks he's not doing good in his faith. -Okay.

    -我的角色是... -你是一個沒有自信心的學生,覺得自己沒有什麼進展

  • I'm so depressed, JR, I feel like a rotting pile of junk.

    我超憂鬱,我覺得自己是團廢物

  • Well, maybe it's true.

    嗯,說不定因為你真的是

  • What the heck! You have to stay in character! You're a counselor! You have to console me.

    搞屁!你要好好演啊!你是諮商師你要安慰我吧

  • I'm sorry I couldn't help it. I'll do good this time.

    對不起我忍不住,我這次會好好演

  • -Take two! -Take two.

    -第二次拍攝 -第二次拍攝

  • JR, I just feel like a rotting pile of junk.

    我覺得自己好廢喔

  • Okay so Ray right? That's your name? Ray for how long have you come to church so far?

    好你的名字是 Ray 對吧,你來教會多久了呢?

  • -About seven years. -Seven years and you haven't made any progress?

    -大概七年 -來七年了你還什麼進展都沒有?

  • -What the heck! You have to stay in character! You're a counselor! You're supposed to counsel me.

    -搞屁!你不是要好好演嗎?你是諮商師你要諮商我啊

  • Okay one more take, I'll do this right this time. I can't help it.

    好好再來一次,最後一次一定做對,我只是一時忍不住

  • -I've been here seven years. -That was so fun. -I've been here seven years.

    -我在這裡七年了 -好好玩 -我在這裡七年了

  • So you've been here for seven years, okay Ray I want you to picture yourself sevens years ago. Look at yourself seven years ago.

    所以你在這裡七年了,好我要你回想一下七年前的自己,想想當時候的你

  • Have you made any changes? Have you made a difference? In your personality, in your attitude in life?

    你有作出改變嗎?個性、態度等?

  • Come to think of it, yes I did. I changed quite a lot.

    這樣想想,我真的有,我有些改變

  • Right! You changed quite a lot! Now picture yourself seven years from now. Is it fair to say that you'll make quite the same amount of change?

    對!你有改變,那你現在想像七年後的自己,是不是可以合理推論你會有一樣的改變?

  • Or even more change in the future?

    甚至是改變更多?

  • It's kinda hard to picture it but if I imagine the last seven years of progress and I replicate it to the future.

    有一點難想像,不過如果我想著過去七年的變化,複製到未來的話

  • Then maybe yeah, that seems really plausible.

    那有可能,聽起來好像蠻合理的

  • Right. That's exactly right. That's how you build confidence. That is the so-called growth mindset,

    沒錯,這就是建立信心的方法,這就是所謂的「成長心態」

  • when you picture yourself the potential to grow, so that's how we do it.

    所以你想像自己成長的潛力,這就是方法

  • So as a counselor you're kind of implementing the growth mindset into your students,

    所以身為諮商師,你把這種正面的心態給你的學生

  • so that they can believe not just in their current ability, which is kind of lacking, but also in their future ability.

    好讓他們可以相信目前的能力,或許不足,不過也可以相信他們未來的發展

  • And it's not a trick, cos you're actually thinking about your past, the things you've actually done in the past

    這不是把戲喔,因為你實際在回想的是過去的成就

  • -and then you just replicate it to the future. -Thinking more positively. -Wow I can do the same or even better than before.

    -然後你把他複製到未來 -思考更正面 -可以想說自己會做的一樣或是更好

  • So that's a very good first tip.

    這個訣竅不錯

  • Okay tip number two, practice failure.

    第二個重點,練習失敗

  • Now face it! You're gonna fail in your lifetime once in a while. Well it doesn't apply to me but for you muggles, pretty true.

    面對現實吧!你人生一定會失敗的,我不包含在內不過對於你們這些麻瓜,真的是這樣的

  • You're gonna fail once, twice, three times, a hundred times in your life. Everybody does. Except for me.

    你會失敗一次、兩次、三次、一百次。每個人都會,除了我

  • You're really trying to get that point across, are you?

    你真的想要強調這一點耶

  • I'm just kidding. I'm just joking. Just playing with you.

    開玩笑的,開玩笑的

  • But according to studies, according to this video, it says that people who fail regularly and get back up again, challenge again.

    不過根據科學研究,根據這個影片,他說失敗後會捲土重來的人

  • They eventually get better equipped to respond to challenges and setbacks in their life, in a very constructive way.

    他們會比較可以面對挑戰跟挫折,以著一個很有建設性的方式面對

  • You know to me personally this is very true because I think in my sophomore year, I've always aspired to become a broadcaster.

    對我來說,這是真的,因為從我大二開始,我一直想成為廣播員

  • You did? So this is the dream for you. We're living it.

    是喔?所以其實你夢想成真啦

  • Right that is, but I've come a long way. In the past when I was still in college it was really a far-fetched dream

    對,不過我也是經歷了很多。過去我在大學的時候想到不會想到可以成真

  • because it's really hard for me to get into any kind of radio station, but eventually I did,

    因為不管是哪一個電台都很難進去,不過後來我成功了

  • I got into National Education Radio, and then I was a news anchor.

    我到了國立教育廣播電台,當新聞主播

  • And boy did I fail hardcore. I missed lines, I stuttered, my mind went blank. I made really bad mistakes.

    天阿我那時候超常崩裂式失敗,我漏唸、口吃、放空,我犯過很多錯

  • -I know how that feels. -And after every broadcast I'm kinda like a little bit worried, because I'd be like thinking, will they fire me after this?

    -我知道那種感覺 -每次廣播完我都會有點擔心,因為我會想說,他們會開除我嗎?

  • -Should I resign? -Right. I made really glaring mistakes.

    -該不該遞辭呈 -我犯了超大的錯誤

  • -As an ICRT broadcastor in the past, you should relate to this right? -Yeah I was a broadcastor there.

    -你過去在 ICRT 當廣播員,應該知道我在講什麼吧? -沒錯,我在那裡做過廣播

  • -However, there is a dividing line between amateur and professional. -That is the definition of cockiness right here. -I'm just playing.

    -不過,業餘跟專業在這裡有個界線可以分開 -這就是高傲的人 -開玩笑的

  • But the message we're trying to deliver to you, the takeaway from the video is,

    不過我們想傳達的訊息是,這個影片的重點是

  • you should not just look at your current ability. However incompetent, however miserable, however failing you current situation is,

    你不應該就只是看現在的能力,不管多缺乏、多悲慘、多失敗

  • you should always put faith in your future self as long as you have this growth mindset, as long as you are developing,

    你應該要相信未來的自己,只要你有這個成長心態,只要你不斷進步

  • you should believe in your future ability to improve and to conquer different obstacles.

    你應該要相信你未來的潛力,是可以克服不同的挑戰的

  • So every failure that you're facing, every hurdle that you're taking. It's for your better good and in the future, you will reach your goal and your milestone.

    所以每次失敗、每個挑戰,都是在精進你自己,你也會終究達到你的目的地

  • Wow I feel all pumped up right now, and if you wanna find out where Ray's inspirational speech came from,

    哇我現在熱血沸騰,你想要知道 Ray 的激勵人心的演講是哪來的話

  • well check out this video right now and we will be back with our weekly challenge.

    現在來看看這個影片,我們回來再進入每週挑戰

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

    我們不可能完全的解開這三個不同的因素,不過個人的選擇對於自信提升有很大的影響

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

    所以,只要記得這一些很實用的訣竅,我們其實有能力可以培養自己的自信心

  • Welcome to the weekly challenge section of VidTalk, today we've chosen one sentence out of the video and here is the sentence.

    這是 VidTalk 的每週挑戰,今天我們選了一個句子,以下:

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

    所以,只要記得這一些很實用的訣竅,我們其實有能力可以培養自己的自信心

  • So here we're looking at the phrase keep in mind, so what does that mean JR?

    我們要看的片語是 keep in mind,那是什麼意思?

  • -Well keep in mind means to, you remember this. -I don't think that's it, no. -Not in that tone, but it does mean to not forget.

    -keep in mind 就是,你給我記住 -不是吧 -不是那種語氣,不過就是不要忘記

  • But there's kinda a difference between remember and keep in mind, cause like your mom would tell you, on your way home remember to...

    不過 remember 跟 keep in mind 是有些差別的,可能媽媽會跟你說,回家的路上記得要

  • buy some eggs. Remember to buy some eggs on your way home. But you wouldn't say, on your way home keep in mind, buy some eggs.

    買些蛋,記得要買一些蛋。不過你不會說,keep in mind 要買一些蛋

  • -Sounds really off. -It's wrong.

    -聽起來不太對 -是錯的

  • The reason why is because remember is more used for a single event, like a short one.

    Remember 比較像是記一件事情,短暫的

  • But keep in mind is something you need to focus on, something important. So that's keep in mind.

    但是 keep in mind 是一件你要一直想著的一件事情,放在你的思念當中很重要,就是 keep in mind

  • So you can make a sentence using keep in mind, for example, by keeping in mind something, you can something.

    所以你可以這樣照句,by keeping in mind 什麼,你可以做什麼

  • Or you can say keep in mind that something, but remember it needs to be important things that you want to remember for a long time.

    或者是 keep in midn that 什麼,不過記得一定要是很重要的、要銘記於心的事

  • Like in the movie, they usually say, keep in mind I'll be watching you.

    就像是在電影裡,他們會說,你注意喔,我會看著你

  • Right, so that's a good example.

    嗯對,好例子

  • Alright. So leave your comments below and we just might choose your comment for the show next week.

    好,留下你的留言,下一個禮拜我們可能會選到你喔

  • Thank you for liking, commenting, and sharing this video!

    感謝你的按讚、留言、跟分享

  • And remember to subscribe to VoiceTube TV right up here and come back every Thursday night for a new episode of VidTalk.

    記得要訂閱 VoiceTube TV 在這上面,每個禮拜四晚上也可以回來看新一集的 VidTalk

  • Remember to subscribe to us, JR and Ray. This is rayduenglish down here and jrleeradio down here. Subscribe.

    記得要訂閱我們,JR 跟 Ray,這是 rayduenglish 跟 jrleeradio,訂閱吧

  • And right now let's go to our comments left by you guys in our last episode.

    現在我們去看看你們上一集留的留言

  • Alright so this is what we got, and last week we were talking about the phrase "call it a day", "call it a career". What does that mean?

    好所以這就是我們拿到的,上禮拜我們在講這一個片語 call it a day 還有 call it a career,意思是?

  • So to end a day's work, or to end one's career.

    結束一天的工作,或是結束職業生涯

  • Right and we got four comments right here. This is from Taboffer, one of our favorite listeners by the way.

    沒錯,我們有四個留言,這是無所謂,我們其中一個最喜歡的聽眾喔

  • He said: "JR and Ray will not call it a career until they're eighty." Really?

    他說「JR 跟 Ray 直到八十歲都不會退休」真的嗎?

  • -I think that's too long. Thirty-ish? -You wouldn't want to see us on the screen when we're thirty.

    -我覺得太久了,三十歲吧? -你不會想要看到三十歲的我們上節目

  • Anyways he keeps on saying: "So we are gonna have thousands of episodes of VidTalk".

    他說「所以我們會有上千集 VidTalk」

  • That is... well if you subscribe to us, we won't have to pack up and go home. Subscribe up here.

    那... 如果你訂閱的話,我們就不用打包回家了,在這裡訂閱吧

  • This is the next one funnyputz: "Since I learned the phrase call it a career from this video, I decided to call it a day and go to my warm bed. Choose me!"

    再來是 funnyputz「因為我學到了 call it a career 這個片語,我決定結束一天,窩進我溫暖的床,選我!」

  • -Didn't we? -Yeah we did choose you.

    -我們選了你 -對啊我們選你

  • Next one is Mong Chi Shih, I think we selected yours last time, but this is a good sentence.

    再來是 Mong Chi Shih,我們上次好像也選你,不過這次的句子也很不錯

  • "Undoubtedly, the best way to call it a night is relaxing by watching VidTalks on VoiceTube and to be happy with what Ray and JR share."

    「無庸置疑,一晚的結束最好的方式就是看 VidTalk,然後開心地聽 Ray 跟 JR 的分享」

  • That's sweet. That's sweet and a good sentence. And by the way he says "I really look like a monkey."

    真是個好留言,也是好句子,對了他說「我看起來真的像是猴子」

  • -Too much information. -(monkey sounds). That was hello.

    -你讓我們知道太多了 -(猴子聲音)那是我在說嗨

  • Last but not least, Mou Brent, he said: "Allen dedicated to follow his father's footsteps to be a real estate agent, after his father decided to call it a career."

    最後,Mou Brent,他說「艾倫立志跟隨父親腳步成為一個不動產專員,自從他父親結束了他的職業後」

  • -This is like a sentence that came out of a textbook. -Yeah this is a really good one. Good job.

    -這個句子像是課本拿出來的一樣 -對啊,很棒的句子

  • These are the comments for today, remember to leave your comments for this week's challenge below within the comment section right here.

    這就是今天的留言,記得要在這個影片底下也留言

  • And that wraps up the day!

    好,收尾!

  • -I'm JR, -I'm Ray, -And we'll talk to you next time.

    -我是 JR -我是 Ray -我們下次再聊

-Today we're talking about ways to be more confident. -Yo man, I eat confidence for breakfast.

-今天我們要來聊聊更有自信的方法 -Yo自信對我來說只是小菜一碟

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