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  • When I was 14 years old,

    我十四歲的時候,

  • I had low self-esteem.

    我很自卑。

  • I felt I was not talented at anything.

    我覺得我對任何東西都沒有天份。

  • One day, I bought a yo-yo.

    有一天,我買了一個溜溜球。

  • When I tried my first trick, it looked like this.

    當我嘗試第一個花招的時候,它看起來像這樣。

  • I couldn't even do the simplest trick,

    我連最簡單的花招都不會,

  • but it was very natural for me,

    但這對我而言是很正常的事,

  • because I was not dextrous, and hated all sports.

    因為我手腳並不靈活,也討厭所有的運動。

  • But after one week of practicing,

    但是,經過一個禮拜的練習後,

  • my throws became more like this.

    我拋出來的比較像這個樣子。

  • A bit better.

    有好一點了。

  • I thought, the yo-yo is something for me to be good at,

    在我人生中,溜溜球讓我第一次覺得

  • for the first time in my life.

    有東西是我可以擅長的。

  • I found my passion.

    我找到了我的熱情。

  • I was spending all my time practicing.

    我把所有時間花在練習上。

  • It took me hours and hours a day

    我一天需要好幾個小時

  • to build my skills up to the next level.

    才能將我的技能提昇到另一階段。

  • And then, four years later, when I was 18 years old,

    四年後,當我 18 歲的時候,

  • I was standing onstage at the World Yo-Yo Contest.

    我站上了世界溜溜球比賽。

  • And I won.

    然後,我贏了。

  • I was so excited. "Yes, I did it! I became a hero.

    我當時非常興奮,「太好了!我成功了!我成了英雄。

  • I may get many sponsors, a lot of money,

    我可能會有很多贊助商、很多錢、

  • tons of interviews, and be on TV!" I thought. (Laughter)

    一堆訪問,還有上電視!」我是這麼以為的。(笑)

  • But after coming back to Japan,

    但回到日本之後,

  • totally nothing changed in my life.

    我的人生沒有任何的改變。

  • I realized society didn't value my passion.

    我意識到社會並不重視我的熱情。

  • So I went back to my college

    於是,我回到社區大學

  • and became a typical Japanese worker

    並成為了一個典型的日本上班族--

  • as a systems engineer.

    一名系統工程師。

  • I felt my passion, heart and soul, had left my body.

    我覺得我的熱情、心和靈魂全都離開了我的身體。

  • I felt I was not alive anymore.

    彷彿行屍走肉。

  • So I started to consider what I should do,

    因此,我開始思考我應該怎麼做。

  • and I thought, I wanted to make my performance better,

    我想,我希望我能讓我的演出更加精彩,

  • and to show onstage how spectacular the yo-yo could be

    並在舞臺上展示出溜溜球可以是多麼精妙絕倫

  • to change the public's image of the yo-yo.

    以改變溜溜球的公眾形象。

  • So I quit my company

    所以,我辭掉了我的工作,

  • and started a career as a professional performer.

    成為一個全職表演家。

  • I started to learn classic ballet, jazz dance,

    我開始學習古典芭蕾、 爵士舞、

  • acrobatics and other things

    雜技和其它技能

  • to make my performance better.

    這都是為了讓我的演出能更加精彩。

  • As a result of these efforts, and the help of many others,

    在我的努力,以及他人的幫助下

  • it happened.

    它成真了。

  • I won the World Yo-Yo Contest again

    我再次贏得世界溜溜球大賽,

  • in the artistic performance division.

    在藝術表演家的類別。

  • I passed an audition for Cirque du Soleil.

    我通過了太陽馬戲團的面試。

  • Today, I am standing on the TED stage

    今天,我站在 TED 的舞台上

  • with the yo-yo in front of you.

    和我手上的溜溜球。

  • (Applause)

    (掌聲)

  • What I learned from the yo-yo is,

    我從溜溜球上學到的是

  • if I make enough effort with huge passion,

    當一個人全心全意的做一件事的時候,

  • there is no impossible.

    沒有什麼是不可能的。

  • Could you let me share my passion with you

    我是否可以通過我的表演

  • through my performance?

    與你們分享我的熱情?

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