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  • You could have, like, loaves of bread in your hands.

    你可以拿著一些東西,像是手上握有一條麵包。

  • Hey, it's Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be to create a business and life you love.

    嗨,我是 Marie Forleo 而你正在收看的是 MarieTV,一個讓你可以創造自己想要的事業和生活的地方。

  • Now, one of the things I like to do at this time of year is this easy little ritual that helps me clear the deck, so I can start the New Year with a bang, I can start it with a fresh slate.

    在一年中的這個時刻,我想做的其中一件事就是這個簡單的儀式,幫助自己可以回顧並展望未來,所以我就可以以用嶄新的角度踏入新的一年。

  • And I want to share it with you today because before all the holiday craziness sets in, you can give it a whirl along with me and you can set yourself up for a powerful, productive, and amazing year head.

    而我今天想要和你分享這個,因為在所有的假期的狂歡來到之前,你可以和我一起檢視然後你將可以提昇自己,迎向一個充滿能量、有生產力而且令人期待的新年。

  • Now, what I'm talking about is just 3 simple questions that will help you digest what you did, leverage what you learned, and let go of all the crap that is holding you back.

    我要談的只是三個簡單的問題,它可以幫助你消化你做過的事情、運用你已經學會的、並排除所有讓你停滯不前的阻礙。

  • Now, I know some people have these very involved, kind of complex, long year end review processes.

    我知道有些人自己有一套非常精細、複雜度、冗長的年末回顧流程。

  • I've gotta tell you, mine is not that.

    我必須告訴你,我的這套不是那樣。

  • It's simple, it's powerful, and it's fast.

    它很簡單、有效又很快速。

  • But if you want to customize it, if you want to jazz it up, if you want to soup it up and add all kinds of layers of questions and charts and spreadsheets and sequins, go on with your bad self.

    但如果你想要讓這套方法更適合你、更有趣、更有效,你也可以加上各式各樣的問題、圖表、試算表並裝飾它!

  • Meanwhile though, I would suggest grab a little piece of paper because I'm gonna dive in with question number one.

    現在,我會建議你拿一小張紙,因為我要開始進入第一個問題了。

  • Question number one is what did I do, create, or experience this year that I'm really, really proud of?

    第一個問題是:我今年做了什麼、創造了什麼或經歷了什麼讓我真正感到驕傲的?

  • You know, most of us move so fast and we have so much that we're working on that we rarely, if ever, take the time to digest and acknowledge our progress and really see how far we've come.

    大部分的我們都有太多事要做,步調又太快,以至於我們很少花時間去消化和感恩我們一路走來所遭遇的事,並認真審視我們走了多遠。

  • I am so guilty of this.

    我對此感到非常內疚。

  • So what I want you to think about is what are some of the big things, or even the little things, that you made happen this year?

    所以我要你去想想,今年有哪些大事或甚至只是一些小事是你促使它發生的 ?

  • What did you create, what did you experience, what did you do that you're really proud of?

    你創造了什麼、你經歷了什麼、你做了什麼是你真正感到驕傲的?

  • I want you to think about everything, but most importantly, write it down.

    我希望你將所有事情想過一次,但最重要的是要將它寫下來。

  • Now, the reason that this is so important is most of us are extremely critical of ourselves and we feel like we never get enough done.

    這個原因會這麼重要是因為大部分我們都對自己太嚴格,而且總覺得我們做得不夠多。

  • We didn't accomplish enough, we didn't produce enough fast enough.

    我們完成得不夠多、產出不夠,效率不夠快。

  • And we wind up heading into the new year feeling deflated and defeated or, as I like to often say, defleated.

    這會讓我們以灰心、挫折、或者我常說「崩潰」的心情進入新的一年。

  • Now, you might think, "I got nothing, Marie," but I've got to tell you.

    現在,你可能會這樣想:「可是 Marie 我沒有完成任何事啊。」但我得告訴你。

  • if you look through your calendar and you look through your phone, you're going to see all of the projects and the clients.

    如果你看一遍你的日曆和你的電話紀錄,你會看到所有你做過的專案和聯絡過的客戶。

  • You'll see the trips and the dinners.

    你會看到那些你曾經去過的旅程和晚餐約會。

  • You'll see just how much progress you really made this year.

    你會看到今年你踏實地走了多少的路。

  • Not only is this going to give you a sense of accomplishment and a real reason to celebrate, but this is also cool.

    這不但為你帶來了成就感以及值得慶祝的理由,而且這真的是很讚的事。

  • It's gonna give you specific things to talk about during all those holiday dinners and some holiday parties when people inevitably come up to you and say, "So, how was your year?"

    在那些假期晚餐或是派對上,當人們不可避免地問你:「你今年過得如何?」的時候,你就有話題可以聊聊了。

  • Now you're going to have something good to say.

    現在你有一些題材可以分享囉!

  • Question number two, what mistakes did I make that taught me something?

    第二個問題,我犯的哪些錯誤讓我得以成長?

  • What lessons did I learn that I can leverage?

    我從中得到了什麼啟示是我未來可以利用的?

  • This one is a really, really, really important one.

    這是非常非常重要的問題。

  • In fact, it is so important that in our company, we actually go around and we talk about our mistakes and what we learned from them every single week.

    每個星期,我們公司會讓每個人輪流發言,談論我們的過失以及我們從中學到了什麼,這是非常重要的。

  • But the reason I especially like doing this at the end of the year is because in December I'm often able to get that 30 thousand foot view on my entire year and have an even deeper understanding of what went wrong.

    但我尤其想在歲末做這件事的原因是因為,在 12 月我通常可以累積約 3 萬個瀏覽人數,因此我們能夠對那些不足之處有更深入的了解。

  • And I'm usually able to be a lot more objective.

    而我通常可以更客觀地看待它。

  • You know, when you make a mistake, if you're anything like me, and the mistake is recent and it's fresh, sometimes it's really hard to extract the lesson without beating yourself up.

    如果你跟我是同類的人,你就會知道,當你剛犯錯時,很難在不譴責自己的情況下還能學到教訓。

  • But usually with a little bit of distance and a little perspective and time, it's a lot easier to spot the lesson and the growth opportunity without our egos getting in the way.

    但通常在經歷一些時間後,你可以從不同的角度去看待這些錯誤,便能更容易得到經驗教訓和成長的機會,不會受限於自我既有的定見。

  • You know, hindsight isn't just 20/20, it's often thick skinned.

    你知道嗎,後見之明並不只是能看清全貌,它通常可以讓你變得更堅強。

  • So here's what I want you to do.

    所以我希望你可以做到這些事情。

  • I want you to look back over your year and I want you to ask yourself, what are some of the things that just didn't go so well?

    我想要你去回顧這一年並問你自己:有什麼事情一直不太順利的?

  • Ask, you know, what mistakes did I make?

    再問自己是否犯了哪些錯誤?

  • What lesson can I learn and leverage from this?

    有哪些經驗跟教訓未來是可以運用的?

  • How can I do better next time?

    我下次要怎麼做會更好?

  • How can I use this to grow into a better and wiser person?

    我要怎麼藉由這個經驗讓自己變成一個更好、更有智慧的人?

  • So this is so, so valuable and I feel like not enough of us take the time to do it.

    所以這是非常非常有價值的,我覺得我們太少人花時間去做這件事了。

  • But I promise, if you do this you're going to go into next year like a champ.

    但我保證,在這麼做之後,你變可以以更堅定的心情邁入新的一年。

  • Ok, so this is it: question number three.

    好的,接下來是第三個問題。

  • What am I willing to let go of?

    我願意放下什麼?

  • Oh my goodness, this is a big one.

    喔我的天啊,這是個很重大的問題。

  • And I've gotta tell you, I am one of those people who loves to get rid of things.

    而且我要告訴你,我是那種喜歡把東西丟掉的人。

  • I love decluttering, I love tidying up.

    我喜歡把事情簡化,我喜歡整理東西。

  • And yes, I do think it's a life changing magic.

    沒錯!我確實認為這具有可以改變人生的魔力。

  • Hello Marie Kondo, I love you, girl.

    哈囉藤麻理惠 (日本收納女王),我愛妳!

  • Anyway, you, my friend, it is time to let go of the crap that is holding you back and it starts with a commitment colonic.

    無論如何,朋友們,是時候拋棄讓你停滯不前的因素,而這可以從承諾的結腸開始。

  • Yes, I said commitment colonic.

    是的,我是說承諾的結腸。

  • Ask yourself, what are the projects, the goals, or the things that have been hanging around your to do list for years that you just never get around to?

    問問你自己,有哪些計畫、目標或是事情,是放在你的待辦事項清單中很多年,但你卻不曾執行它的?

  • What can you get out of or release yourself from or just drop like a friggin' hot pocket?

    有哪些是你可以遠離、放下或像你在丟 hot pocket (美國的一種冷凍派,裡面包起司和肉餡) 一樣直接丟掉的 hot pot?

  • When you want a hot meal without a big deal. What you gonna drop? (原廣告為:What you gonna pick?)

    當你想要一頓熱騰騰且廉價的餐點時,你會丟掉什麼?(你會選什麼?)

  • Hot Pocket!

    當然是 hot pocket!

  • Seriously though, I want you to get rid of any project, any commitment, any goal that's just no longer aligned with who you are right now, who you want to be in the future, or where you want to go.

    好啦我們正經一點,我希望你可以拋棄和你現在、未來想成為什麼樣的人以及你想要去什麼地方無關的任何計畫、承諾和目標。

  • Now, once you do that you have got to take it inside because for all of us, there is always more crap lingering around in there.

    一旦你這麼做了,你就可以將它們內化成你的經驗而不再受它們影響,因為我們未來都會遇到更多阻礙。

  • So I want you to ask yourself this, what resentments, what angers, what hurts are you willing to let go of?

    所以我希望你問自己這個問題,哪些怨恨、氣憤和傷害是你願意放下的?

  • What kind of guilt or shame or embarrassments have you been hanging on to?

    哪種內疚、羞辱或是困窘的情況是你一直耿耿於懷的?

  • We all do.

    我們都經歷過這樣的事。

  • You know what this is?

    你知道這是什麼嗎?

  • This is what I call an emotional enema.

    這就是我稱之為情緒灌腸劑。

  • Yes, I did say emotional enema.

    是的,我確實是說情緒灌腸劑。

  • This is how this crazy mind works.

    這就是我這顆怪腦袋的運作方式。

  • So I want you to keep going, right?

    我希望你繼續前進,好嗎?

  • I want you to ask yourself, what stories are you telling yourself that you no longer serve you?

    我希望你問問自己,有哪些現實情況而是已經跟你無關的?

  • Maybe it's a story that, I don't know, you're too old or you're getting too old or you're too young or that you never create things or produce things fast enough or that you're somehow not successful enough.

    或許是…我不知道,也許是你太老了、變得太老、還太年輕、做事速度不夠快或是你某種程度上不夠成功。

  • Who might you be if you just completely let go of those disempowering stories?

    如果你完全拋下那些讓人喪志的想法,你會變成什麼樣子?

  • You know, I really like what the poet Rumi says on this subject, he says, "Be like a tree and let the dead leaves drop."

    我很愛詩人魯米在針對這個主題所說的話,他說:「成為一個大樹,並讓死去的葉子落下」。

  • Pretty cool, right?

    棒透了,對吧?

  • Now, if you want to keep going, you can chew on this one.

    現在,如果你想要繼續前進,你可以思考這句話。

  • And yes, it's a tweetable.

    沒錯,這很適合拿來發推特。

  • "It's not till you let go of something that you see how it's been holding you back."

    「直到你遠離一些事情之後,你才會看到它們一直以來如何阻礙著你。」

  • So there you have it.

    現在你己經知道了。

  • Three simple questions that'll help set you up for a very powerful year ahead.

    三個簡單的問題來幫助你提昇自己,在新的一年擁有豐沛的能量。

  • And now, of course, I would love to hear from you.

    而現在,當然地,我想要聽聽你的意見。

  • Why not get a jumpstart on your year interview right now in the comments?

    為何不藉這個機會在留言裡進行你的年度訪問呢?

  • Let's make it a party.

    讓我們把它變成一個派對吧!

  • So I want you to tell me, number one, one thing you did this year that you are super proud of and, number two, one mistake you made and the lesson you learned from it.

    我希望你告訴我,第一,一件你今年讓你非常自豪的事情,還有第二,一個你犯的錯誤以及你從中學到了什麼經驗?

  • And number three, one thing that you're willing to let go of right now.

    以及第三,一件你現在願意拋棄的事情。

  • Whatever thing just popped into your head or your heart, that thing, write it down.

    無論是剛剛浮現在你的腦中或是湧上你的心頭的事,把它寫下來吧。

  • Now, as always, the best conversations happen after the episode over at MarieForleo.com, so head on over there and leave a comment now.

    一如往常,最讚的討論都會在 MarieForleo.com,所以快去那留下評論吧!

  • And once you're there, if you're not already, make sure you subscribe to our email list and become an MF insider.

    進了網站後,如果你還沒有訂閱我們的頻道,請訂閱我們的郵寄名單並成為會員。

  • I love my insiders.

    我愛我的會員們!

  • You're gonna get instant access to an audio training called "How to Get Anything You Want."

    你馬上看到一部叫「如果得到所有你想要的東西?」的訓練影片。

  • It's really good.

    這部影片真的很棒!

  • And you'll also get some exclusive content and giveaways and some personal updates from me that I don't share anywhere else.

    你還能在網站上看到獨家的內容和贈品,以及我不會在其他地方分享的個人近況。

  • Stay on your game and keep going for your dreams because the world needs that special gift that only you have.

    在你的舞台上堅持下去並且繼續追求你的夢想吧,因為這個世界需要你那獨一無二的天賦。

  • Thank you so much for watching and I'll catch you next time on MarieTV.

    非常感謝你的收看,我們下回 MarieTV 見!

  • B-School is coming up.

    B-School 即將到來。

  • Want in?

    想加入嗎?

  • For more info and free training go to JoinBSchool.com.

    想得到更多的資訊和免費的訓練課程,請到 JoinBSchool.com。

  • Do you think so?

    你也認同嗎?

  • Just because I wear this ring, does not mean I'm a ball buster.

    我戴了這個戒指,不代表我是個對男生有威脅性的女人。

  • Ok, I'm in.

    好了,我進來了。

  • Sorry, I'm really silly right now.

    抱歉,我現在真的很滑稽。

  • I can read.

    我會讀啦。

  • Because I like to be prepared.

    因為我喜歡做好準備。

  • What?

    什麼?

You could have, like, loaves of bread in your hands.

你可以拿著一些東西,像是手上握有一條麵包。

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