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  • Hey guys! It's JR right here. Today I wanna talk to you about 5 ways or should I put it to 5 attitudes to help you to get out of your all-time lows.

    嗨大家 我是JR 今天我想跟你們聊聊關於五個方法 或許應該說是五種態度能幫助你脫離你的低潮

  • And tell me about it, I've been through a lot of those. Anyways, no time to waste. Let's get to it.

    還用說嗎?我經歷過超多低潮 總之 不浪費時間 直接進入主題

  • #1 If you become over-concerned about the environment, then you won't be about to do what you've got to do. Take action boldly!

    第一 如果一直在意環境就會無法做該做的事 大膽地行動吧!

  • Florence Chadwick, remember this name, she was the first woman to swim across the Catalina Channel.

    佛羅倫斯 · 查德薇克 記住這個名字 她是第一位成功泳渡卡塔莉納海峽的女士

  • However, just two months before her success in August, 1950, she is actually failed at the very same attempt.

    不過就在她1950年8月的成功事蹟前兩個月其實她在同一項嘗試中失敗了

  • 14 hours into the water, she was exhausted, she was cold, she was worried about the sharks. And to make things worse, the fog was so thick that she couldn't see and she decided to give in.

    下水14個小時之後 她筋疲力盡 非常寒冷 一邊還擔心著鯊魚 雪上加霜的是 霧濃到讓她看不見前方 於是她決定放棄

  • The moment she threw in the towel and got out of the water, she realized she was just (less than) a mile away from the shore.

    她投降出了水面之後她驚覺自己距離岸邊只剩下 (不到) 一英里

  • Two months later, she tried a second time. This time things were quite the same. The odds were still against her.

    兩個月後她嘗試了第二次 這一次情況幾乎一樣 成功機率還是很渺茫

  • She got in the water, nailed it, and even broke a record.

    她跳下水 成功游到對岸 甚至破了紀錄

  • In a post-interview she said, "This time while [she] was swimming [she] constantly kept the image of the shoreline within her head."

    在事後的訪問中她提到「這一次當她在游的時候她不斷在腦袋中刻畫著海岸的畫面」

  • When we get too concerned about the external factors that are playing in the game, we tend to lose focus on the target itself. We lose our concentration on the things we should be doing in the present to keep us advancing.

    當我們太過於意識局勢裡的外在因素我們容易對目標失焦 會無法專注在那些「幫助我們前進的當下該做的事情」上

  • So to break free from that, as long as you're going in the right direction, as long as you know you're doing the right thing, sometimes it's just necessary to close your eyes, cover your ears, and keep your mind on the game.

    為了脫離這種窘境 只要你知道你在對的方向 只要你知道你在做對的事情 有時是有必要乾脆閉上眼睛... 摀住耳朵... 讓頭腦專注在局勢上

  • When this was a 10,000-subscribers channel, reality was we were getting 20 subs a day, 600 a month.

    當這還是個一萬人的頻道時 現實狀況是我們一天增加20個訂閱 一個月600

  • I can't even image going back to those days. Things were seemingly going nowhere.

    我無法想像再回到那些日子 看起來似乎毫無進展

  • People on the internet, people I knew in person were telling me, “Hey JR, what you're doing is good. It's good intention but there is just not a market for inspirational content on YouTube.”

    網友們 我認識的朋友們告訴我「嘿JR!你做的是好事 立意良好 但YouTube上真的沒有心靈勵志內容的市場」

  • Today, I would argue that that's partially true if you do compare it to other thriving content on the platform. Inspirational content is a niche, it's not as big.

    今天我會說 這有一部分是對的 如果你拿它來跟其它很熱門的內容來比的話 心靈勵志類的確是個小眾市場 相對沒有那麼大

  • In the process, I admit there were times that I felt shaken. But whenever that happened, I would always come back to my starting line and search for my original motives, and that was to influence people. No matter if it was 100 or 1000 people, I wanted to bring a good impact.

    在過程中 我承認有些時候我也曾感到動搖 但每當這樣的時候我總是會回到我的起跑點 然後尋找我最初的動機 就是為了影響人們 不管是100個人還是1000個人 我想要帶來好的影響

  • And actually, if you think about it, 100 or 1000 people willing to listen to you is actually quite a big deal.

    事實上 如果你仔細想想 100或1000個人願意聽你講也很了不起了

  • So whenever things got tough, I would always go back to ground zero and tell myself, “You know what? Today we're gonna meet another 20 people and make a difference in their lives.”

    所以每當情況變得困難我總是會回到原點然後告訴我自己「你知道嗎?今天我們要再跟20個人見面並且要改變他們的人生」

  • And it's that mindset that kept us going till now. So don't get caught up in the environment. If you're keen and sure about your goals, just go out there and get them!

    就是這個心態讓我們可以堅持到現在 所以不要陷入在環境中 如果你對你的目標感到有熱情有確信就去做啦!

  • #2 The heart is weak, even the lightest breeze can shake it. So firmly grab your thoughts.

    第二 人的內心很軟弱 就連微風輕拂也會搖晃 所以要緊緊抓住你的想法

  • We've all had bad days when we're caught up in shitty things. Excuse my language. Bad things.

    我們都經歷過很衰的日子 當我們陷入在一堆鳥事中 請原諒我的措辭 一些不好的事

  • Could have been a bad conversation, bad blood, an accident, the weather, and you just can't help yourself from thinking about it. It's like going aroundin your head.

    也許是一段不愉快的對話 新仇舊恨 意外 甚至是天氣 你就是無法停止想起這些事 不斷在你的腦海中縈繞不去

  • Take myself for example, I have a passion for helping people and I really don't mind if I get much in return. I do it because I love it. I do it because I care.

    舉我自己的例子 我對幫助人很有熱情 我也真的不會很在意有沒有得到回報 我去做是因為我喜歡 是因為我真的關心

  • But there are times that it can really drain me out when people are unfriendly or even hostile.

    但也有時候是真的會把我吸乾 當人們不友善或甚至是懷有敵意

  • And I start wondering why? Have I done something wrong? Was it something that I could have done even better?

    我會開始想 為什麼?我有做錯什麼嗎?有我可以做得更好的部分嗎?

  • And these self-interrogating questions just keep on popping up in your head and it just ruins your day. It's like a mind black hole that keeps sucking in all your good thoughts.

    這些自我拷問的問題不斷地湧現在腦海裡真的會毀了你的一天 就像是一個內心黑洞不斷地把你的好想法吸進去

  • So this is when you need to grab your thoughts tight. Don't let them get sucked into the black hole. You gotta hold on to them.

    這種時候 你需要抓牢你的想法別讓它被黑洞吸進去了 你得抓好它

  • And there are so many ways that you can do that but just to name one today that I would really like to share with you. Talk to yourself.

    有好幾種方法可以做到這件事 今天舉一個就好 一個我真的很想跟你分享的方法 跟自己講話

  • Remember that little girl who made a motivation speech in front the mirror several years ago?

    還記得幾年前那個在鏡子前激勵喊話的小女孩嗎?

  • [Now. My whole house is great. I can do anything good. I like my school. I like anything. I like my dad. I like my cousins. I like my whole house. My whole house is great. I can do anything good.]

    「好的 我全家超讚的 我可以把任何事做好 我喜歡學校 我喜歡任何事 我喜歡爸爸 我喜歡堂兄弟姊妹 我愛我全家 我全家都超棒的 我可以把任何事做好」

  • I just love her. Like life is really good from her perspective.

    實在是太愛她了 從她的角度來看人生實在是太美好啦

  • Try this today. Self-Talk. Reason with yourself. Motivate yourself. Be your own personal motivational coach.

    今天就試試看吧 自我喊話 跟自己辯論 激勵自己 做你自己的個人激勵教練

  • Have I done something wrong? If then, how can I correct it? Was it something I didn't do enough? If not, then maybe it's not my fault.

    我有做錯什麼嗎?如果錯了 我該怎麼改正?是我做得不夠嗎?如果不是 那也許不是我的錯

  • Maybe I should stop punishing myself for that. Maybe I should direct my thoughts onto more constructive or productive things in life.

    也許我該停止懲罰自己 也許我應該把注意力轉移到生活中比較有建設性 生產力的事情上

  • I'm a good person. My intentions are well. I might not be in the best condition right now but I do know when God shuts a door, He'll definitely open another window.

    我是個好人 我的立意良善 或許現在的我不是在最佳狀態但是我知道當上帝關了一扇門祂絕對會再開另一扇窗

  • It's an intentional diversion to drive your attention from the things that are draining you out to the things that are really worth your attention by simply talking to yourself.

    這方法是有意識地轉移自己的注意力 把注意力從那些快把你吸乾的事情上轉移到那些真正值得你注意的事情上 就是透過簡單的跟自己之間的對話

  • This is just my example. You can apply it to your situation. Just remember. Don't let your head just go with the flow, you gotta grab on to it.

    這只是我個人的例子 你可以套用到你的情況 只需要記得 不要讓你的腦袋隨波逐流 你必須抓住它

  • #3 Wise people wait and prepare themselves when times are bad, and act when times are good.

    第三 有智慧的人會在時機不好的時候準備並等待 然後會在時機好的時候去做

  • This is a very easy-to-understand concept. It's also been a very strong philosophy in my life, and in fact, I had the chance to practice this through a veryrough time in my life.

    這是一個很容易理解的概念 這也是我自己人生中一個很強大的哲學 事實上我曾經有機會實踐這道哲學 在一個非常非常非常艱辛的時刻

  • I actually made that into a video. I'm gonna put the link up here. You can check it out.

    其實我有把這件事做成一支影片 我會把連結放在這 可以去看看哦

  • When it rains, you hide under a roof. When it snows, you seek shelter indoors. You hide, but you don't let time just fly by.

    下雨的時候就躲到屋簷下 下雪的時候就到屋內尋求庇護 你躲藏 但你不要讓時間白白流逝

  • When you can't make a big leap ahead, you prepare yourself for it cos' sooner or later the rain will stop, the snow will melt away.

    當你無法大大向前躍進 你就為了那可以跳耀的時刻預備自己 因為遲早雨會停 雪會融去

  • And those who have prepared themselves at the meantime will come out stronger and more capably built.

    在那段時間中有預備自己的人 會更堅強更有能力地走出來

  • So if you're at a low point in life right now, don't get skittish, keep your composure. And try to plot out the things that you can do right now in order to get a good head start when things start looking up.

    所以如果你現在正在人生的低潮中 不要驚慌失措 保持你的鎮定 試著寫下那些你現在可以做的事好讓你在狀況好轉時有一個更好的開始

  • And that leads to #4 You get trained, learn and realize the most in hard times.

    講到這就剛好接到第四點 在經歷困難時會接受最多鍛鍊也會學習最多體會最多

  • If there's something I've learned from sophisticated stock market investors, it's definitely how they take advantage of both the bear and bull market.

    如果說我有從資深的股市投資者身上學到什麼 那絕對是他們會「熊市」和「牛市」兩者都充分利用到

  • Frankly speaking, there's just so many things that you can learn in life and probably only learn in life when you're in the dumps.

    坦白說 人生中有太多可以學習的事物 有些也只有在你很失意的時候才能學習到

  • Metaphorically speaking, during the ebb tide, when the water is gone, you can see the land much clearer.

    用比喻的話來說的話 退潮的時候 當水都退去了 你就可以更清楚地看見陸地

  • Likewise, during your low tides you get to see things clearer too including yourself, your surroundings, the people you hang out with, and so on.

    同樣地 在你低潮的時候 你也可以更清楚地看見事物 包含你自己 周遭環境 你相處的人們等

  • Things are more or less sugar-coated when you're in your hours of glory. On the contrary, when you're in your dark hours, things are much more realistic.

    在你得意的時候一切都多少有點像是裹著一層糖衣一般 相反地 在你黑暗的時刻一切就比較現實

  • You get to see the essence of things when there's nothing there to cover it.

    當沒有任何覆蓋 掩飾時 你能夠看見事物的本質

  • The hardships you're undergoing, they will make you stronger and more sophisticated. Those are the moments that'll help you learn and help you build yourself up the most.

    你所經歷的困境會讓你變得更堅強和老練 那些時刻會幫助你學習到最多 會幫助你造就自己最多

  • So make the best out of your underdog days 'cos one thing for sure, those opportunities are just temporary and they will not last for long.

    所以善加利用你那些落水夠的日子吧 因為有一件事是確定的 那些機會都是一時的 而且它們不會持續太久

  • #5 How bad you stumble and fall down is not the issue. The issue is how fast you get up.

    第五點 問題不在於你跌倒了或倒下 問題在於你有多快爬起來

  • Sounds like cliché, but it's cliché for a reason 'cos it's absolutely true.

    聽起來很陳腔濫調但它陳腔濫調得有理 因為絕對是真的

  • Winston Churchill was politically isolated for years before he became prime minister and led to victory of WW2.

    邱吉爾在成為首相並打贏二戰之前 經歷了好幾年的政治孤立

  • Steve Jobs launched several failed products and was kicked out of his own company before he came back and swept the world off its feet with the iPod and iPhone.

    賈伯斯上市了好幾個失敗的產品還被踢出自己的公司 回來之後卻用 iPod 和 iPhone 讓全世界為之瘋狂

  • Heather Dorniden, a college athlete, she fell flat on the floor with only one lap to go during a 600-meter race. She bounced right back up and won the race back in the end.

    西斯 · 多迪德恩 一位大學運動選手 她在一場600公尺賽跑的最後一圈跌了一大跤 她立刻彈了起來 在終點線前把比賽贏了回來

  • We try, we fall. If you're not failing, that probably means you're not trying hard enough.

    我們嘗試 我們失足 如果你沒有失敗 或許表示你還不夠努力嘗試

  • You might be in a terrible condition right now but as long as you get up, and you get up quickly, you can still put yourself back in the game.

    你或許正在一個很糟的狀況中 但只要你起來 只要你迅速爬起來 你還是可以重返賽場的

  • It doesn't matter how hard you fall, we all stumble and hit the floor once in a while, the issue is how fast you get up.

    重點不是你摔得多嚴重 我們偶而都會絆倒 摔在地上 重點是你有多快爬起來

  • And these are the 5 attitudes I wanna share with you today to help you get out of your current dilemmas.

    這就是我今天想跟你分享的五個態度 好幫助你走出眼前的困境

  • I wish you the best! Never give up! Never compromise! And peace!

    希望你一切順利 永不放棄 永不妥協 再會

  • If you like our content, remember to subscribe, like, and share it with your friends. And we will see you every week.

    如果你喜歡我們的影片內容 請記得按讚 訂閱 跟朋友分享 我們每個禮拜都會在這跟你見面

Hey guys! It's JR right here. Today I wanna talk to you about 5 ways or should I put it to 5 attitudes to help you to get out of your all-time lows.

嗨大家 我是JR 今天我想跟你們聊聊關於五個方法 或許應該說是五種態度能幫助你脫離你的低潮

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