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  • You know what I love? Being productive.

    你知道我愛什麼嗎?當一個有生產力的人。

  • Being productive isn't hard. It just takes a little thought.

    要一直有生產力不是很難的事。就是要有點小巧思。

  • So first off, if you don't have a Life Map for 2016, make that right now.

    首先,你如果還沒有 2016 生活指南地圖,那就現在做一份。

  • This is your big picture. It's your goals, and your dreams, and everything you hope to accomplish in the new year.

    因為那是你的大方向。你的目標、你的夢想以及任何你想要在這一年內達成的事情。

  • Next, you're gonna break down each of those things into executable actions.

    下一步,你要把那些事情分解為可執行的步驟。

  • I do this with all of my big productions.

    我對我所有的大目標做這樣的分解。

  • It's where you list each step that needs to be taken in order to accomplish your goal.

    你要按造這些分解步驟去做以達成目標。

  • Now, taking these steps is not gonna be that hard.

    現在,按照這些步驟做相對沒那麼困難。

  • But focusing on taking these steps probably will be.

    但是專注在這些步驟上或許會困難許多。

  • This is when you have to learn how to work smart instead of hard.

    這就是你該學習如何聰明地工作,而不是埋頭苦幹。

  • And distribute your energy and efforts to the tasks that are gonna bring you the most reward.

    分配你的體力和努力到那些可以帶來最多回饋的事上。

  • For example, I used to riddle my To-Do List with meaningless tasks like clean the cat litter, or do laundry.

    舉例來說,我以前常常會把我的待辦清單寫滿無意義的工作,像是清貓砂或洗衣服。

  • Simply because I was addicted to the feeling of accomplishment that I got when I crossed it off.

    僅僅只是因為我癡迷於完成工作後在清單上劃掉的感覺。

  • Oh... That feels good.

    喔……太棒了。

  • Plus, even if I didn't do the most important things I had to do that day, I still felt good seeing that I did something.

    另外,即使我那天沒有完成清單上最重要的事情,我仍然因為我有做一些事而感到滿足。

  • But if you only write down imperative tasks, the ones that would create some real progress in your work, you'll notice exactly how much you're getting done.

    但你若只寫下重要的任務,也就是那些對你工作上、你自身上真正帶來進步的事情,你就會發現你到底完成了多少。

  • Or not.

    或沒有。

  • Some people also find writing a To-Not-Do List helpful.

    某些人也會發現列出「哪些事不要做清單」很有幫助。

  • This helps remind them that they don't wanna succumb to time-wasting tasks, like refreshing social media or watching TV, at least when it's not scheduled break time.

    這幫助他們提醒自己不該屈就於浪費時間的小事上,像是看電視或者刷新社交媒體,至少要等到表定休息時間再去做。

  • The best thing you can do for long-term productivity is to create a daily ritual.

    要達到長期生產力這件事,最重要的就是你能養成一個每天都要做的習慣。

  • That way you're productive on auto-pilot.

    這樣你就會自動進入生產力模式。

  • Next, learn how to say no.

    下一個,學習說不。

  • This is something that I still personally struggle with. You know, I want to do everything. I want to take every opportunity. You never know what's gonna lead to what!

    這是我仍在致力於的事。我想要做所有的事情。我想要把握每個機會。你永遠不知道什麼會帶來什麼!

  • But remember the Life Map.

    但記得,你的生活地圖。

  • Keep your eye on the prize.

    專注在達成之後的獎勵。

  • If you say yes to a bunch of projects that don't give you great results, that's waste of time.

    如果你答應一堆最後不會帶來好結果的事,那就是在浪費時間。

  • Stop multi-tasking!

    不要再一口氣做好幾件事情了!

  • Multi-tasking is just a fancy word for being bad at everything you're doing.

    一口氣做好幾件事就只是一個虛有其表的詞,其實你什麼事都沒做好。

  • Don't neglect exercise and healthy eating. That's your energy.

    不要忽略運動和健康飲食的重要性。那是你活力的來源。

  • Kill distractions!

    把分心的事物給隔絕!

  • If you really need to write, I recommend going out of the house and turning off your Wifi.

    你若真的需要寫作的時間、空間,我建議你出門且把 Wifi 關掉。

  • And there are plenty of programs online that you can install that will block social media sites for certain hours of the day.

    網路上有許多程式讓你在每天特定的時間裡阻絕社群媒體。

  • Now this is all stuff we know, right?

    這些我們早就知道了,對吧?

  • Spend less time on the internet, get more done. This isn't new.

    少花一點時間在網路上,做多點事情。誰都知道。

  • But sometimes it's good to hear.

    但有時這樣的話聽起來就是感覺不錯。

  • It's good to have that reminder of all the things we know we should be doing.

    若我們所有該做的事情都有這樣的提醒其實挺不錯的。

  • I mean you probably clicked on this video because you wanted to sort of feel like you were kinda doing something, right?

    我的意思是,你看這部影片的目的可能是因為你想要感覺你有在做某件事,對吧?

  • Wrong!

    錯了!

  • So get off Youtube, and get to work.

    所以關掉你的 Youtube,回去辦正事。

  • Thank you for waiting.

    感謝您的等待。

  • And thank you to Audible for sponsoring today's episode.

    也感謝 Audible 贊助本集。

  • Audible.com is the leading provider of audiobooks, with over 180,000 titles to choose from across all types of literature.

    Audible.com 是有聲書的領導者,有超過 180,000 的主題可供選擇,橫跨所有類型的文學書籍。

  • I like listening to audiobooks when I'm commuting to the hospital or washing my lab coat at the end of the day.

    我喜歡在我每天通勤往醫院的路上,或者一天結束後清洗我的實驗袍時聽這些有聲書。

  • Currently, I'm listening to "Getting Things Done" by David Allen.

    目前,我在聽大衛.艾倫寫的:《 搞定!》

  • Cause I want to increase my productivity on diagnosing patients like yourself, while simultaneously juggling my ground-breaking cancer research.

    因為我想要增加診斷像你這樣病人的效率,同時能夠能兼顧我突破性的癌症研究。

  • Right now Audible is offering a free 30 day trial for people like you to give you a chance to try out their service.

    Audible 現在提供 30 天的免費試用,為像你這樣的人提供試用他們服務的機會。

  • So I'd like you to go to Audible.com/Anna to download a free trial and start listening.

    所以我希望你能去 Audible.com/Anna 下載一個免費試聽帶並開始收聽。

  • That's Audible.com/Anna

    那是 Audible.com/Anna

  • Just what the doctor ordered.

    請聽醫生的醫囑。

You know what I love? Being productive.

你知道我愛什麼嗎?當一個有生產力的人。

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