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  • Do you feel like you don't have control of your day when you look back in the past month?

    你會不會覺得回首過去,每天都過得一團亂呢?

  • Did you actually achieve the goals that you set? And how much are you gonna get done today?

    你確實都有達到自己設定的目標嗎? 你今天可以完成多少進度呢?

  • These questions might make you excited or they might make you cringe depending on how productive you feel.

    因生產力多寡而異,回答問題的你可能會感到很振奮或是很挫折。

  • Productivity lends itself to getting more done and moving closer to your dreams no matter how far in the future they might seem right now.

    我們需要更多生產力來逐步達成夢想,儘管夢想現在看來有多麼遙不可及。

  • When you live a productive life, the path to your dreams becomes more clear and more attainable.

    當你的生活充滿生產力,邁向夢想之路將變得更清晰也更加接近

  • So don't let the days months or years go by without checking off anything on your to-do list.

    因此務必每天勤加確認一一完成辦事清單上的事項。

  • Learn more about the psychology of productivity and the steps you can take to living a more productive life today.

    影片中會介紹生產力心智以及可讓你的生活更有生產力採取的步驟。

  • So what is productivity? Productivity is used in economics, business, and everyday life.

    生產力是甚麼呢?舉凡經濟、商業、日常生活中都需要生產力。

  • But it generally has the same definition: productivity is the state of being productive.

    不過共同的定義是:生產力都是有產出的狀態。

  • A productive person, a productive business or an economy yields maximum results or output or the most impact.

    具有生產力的人、企業或經濟可以產生最大化的效益或影響力。

  • The more results you generate and the less resources or time it takes to do so, the more efficient you are; the more productive you are.

    產生的成果越多,而所需使用的資源和時間越少,就代表你是個有效率、有生產力的人

  • The first steps to becoming a more productive person is simply asking yourself: what output do you want to produce more of in the first place.

    成為有生產力人士的第一步:問自己首要想要提升哪方面的生產力?

  • You want to see the results in form of revenue or profits; you want to produce great content or art.

    你想看到的成果可能是以收入或獲利的形式呈現,也可能是產出優質的內容和藝術。

  • Ask yourselves this question before creating any concrete goals.

    在設定具體目標之前,先問問自己這個問題。

  • Let's get on to some quick facts about productivity.

    讓我們來瞭解關於生產力的一些事實數據:

  • Did you know only 2% of people have brains wired to effectively multitask?

    你知道只有 2% 的人真正具有有效多工的能力嗎?

  • For the rest of us, multitasking can actually decrease your productivity by up to 40%.

    對於其他以外的人,多工實際上會降低你 40% 的生產力。

  • Also, no one really likes a rainy day until they need to start being productive.

    此外除非有開始產出的必要,沒有人會喜歡下雨天。

  • In general a sunny day can decrease productivity throughout an office or your work life.

    一般而言,晴天的日子會降低上班時的生產力。

  • Another fact is that if you want to be more productive tomorrow, you need to go to bed earlier.

    另個事實是,如果你希望隔天可以有良好的生產力,那你必須早睡。

  • A Harvard Medical School study revealed that adults who got between seven and a half and nine hours of sleep were 20 percent more productive than those who slept less.

    哈佛醫學院研究顯示,成人每日睡眠時間介於 7.5 - 9 小時的人,比睡得少的人多出 20%生產力。

  • And the last fact I have for you is that a study that was conducted over nine months revealed that employees that work from home were more productive than their peers who actually worked in an office.

    最後,一項進行九個月的研究顯示,在家工作的人比在辦公室工作的人更有生產力。

  • So these are cool facts but what is the importance of productivity?

    以上都是好消息,不過為何具有生產力很重要呢?

  • Our long-term goals can only be accomplished if we work every day towards those goals in mind.

    要達成長期目標,勢必要每日將目標銘記在心

  • Every big task is made up of small daily goals.

    所有大的任務都是由多個每天的小任務組成的。

  • People who want to lose 100 pounds can't do so by being super productive in one day; people who want to build a house can't do so unless they add each brick in a timely manner.

    好比說想減掉 100 磅的體重無法在一天內達成,蓋一棟房子也需要每天逐步才能蓋起來。

  • Every day and every little milestone counts and that is where productivity comes in.

    每天一點一點的付出達成一個個小的目標,這就是生產力的產生。

  • When you commit to a more productive life, you commit to tackling all the tasks that lead you to actually completing your major goals.

    若希望過一個更有生產力的人生,你必須解決所有可以引導你達到最終目標的事物。

  • A consistent commitment to productivity is built on habits that you eventually can revert back to, even when roadblocks or obstacles threaten your progress.

    持續不斷的生產力是建立在,即便是遇到障礙或威脅,最終仍能回復的習慣上。

  • Learning how to be more productive as an investment in itself: yourself, your future and your goals.

    將學習提升生產力當作是投資,不僅是投資自己,也是投資你的未來和目標。

  • So let's get on to some simple ways to increase your productivity.

    讓我們來看看一些可以簡單提升生產力的方法。

  • Productivity can have a big impact on your long term goals but don't be intimidated by that path to having a more productive life.

    生產力對於長程目標會有重大的影響,不過別被長遠的過程嚇到。

  • The secrets to being more productive or not grandiose are not hidden; they're not secrets.

    要變得更有生產力既不是多宏偉的事情,不是甚麼天大的秘密。

  • All it takes is a little simple action to move you towards becoming more productive and getting more done in less time.

    只需要開始行動,逐步用最少的時間提升自己的產出。

  • So the first one is to follow something called the 2-minute rule.

    所以,首先我們要先採行所謂的 2 分鐘原則。

  • What's the best way to finish the items on your to-do list?

    將代辦清單上的事情都完成的最快方法是甚麼呢?

  • Well it's to simply get started.

    沒有捷徑,就是開始動手做!

  • David Allen is a top productivity consultant and an author of getting things done.

    大衛艾倫是著名的生產力顧問,同時也是《搞定》一書的作者。

  • And getting things done he describes the 2-minute rule; a quick way to being more productive and quite simply get more things done.

    在《搞定》一書中,他提出了 2 分鐘原則,這是一種可以讓你短時間輕鬆完成更多事情的方法。

  • So the two-minute rule consists of two major parts:

    2 分鐘原則包含兩個主要部分:

  • Number one, if the next item on your to-do list will take less than 10 minutes to complete, just go ahead and do it.

    第一:若接下來要做的代辦事項不用十分鐘即可完成,請毫不猶豫迅速完成。

  • After all it's only gonna take two minutes right?

    畢竟實際完成的時間不過就兩分鐘左右,不是嗎?

  • Procrastinating for an entire hour to complete a task that only takes two minutes is a complete waste of time, but we all know that we've done that before.

    只需 2 分鐘就可完成的事情卻拖了一個小時才完成,這就是浪費時間,也是我們過去常做的事情。

  • And the second part is that if the next item on your to-do list will take longer than two minutes, don't use this as an excuse to put off the task.

    第二:若接下來要做的代辦事項需要花上 2 分鐘以上的時間,請不要以此為藉口拖延

  • Find a way to start the task that will take less than two minutes.

    而是找到可以在兩分鐘內完成該工作的方法。

  • So if you're putting off a run, try to change into your running clothes, that takes less than two minutes.

    如果你不喜歡跑步,試試看在兩分鐘內換上跑步裝。

  • If you're putting off cleaning the kitchen, maybe just do two dishes or three dishes.

    如果你不喜歡打掃廚房,洗洗兩三個碗也好。

  • The easiest way to finish a task is to just get started on it, even if you're just starting on the tiniest fraction of that task.

    完成工作最容易的方式就是先開始,即便只是很小的進展也沒關係

  • And this is due to something called the Zig or Nick effect, which I explained in another video.

    這是因為尼克效應 (我在另一部短片中有說明)。

  • Another tip I have for you is to just take a deep breath.

    另一個訣竅就是深呼吸。

  • When time passes faster than you'd hope and the items on your to-do list start to really pile up, it can be really easy to feel stressed out.

    當時間快速過去了,而你的代辦事項開始堆積如山,勢必會覺得壓力很大。

  • But ripping your hair out over a lack of productivity will only make the problem worse.

    不過因為缺乏生產力而感到抓狂無法解決問題。

  • When people are stressed, they weaken their ability to focus and be more productive.

    當人感到壓力大時,反而會降低注意力和生產力

  • So you need to get rid of stress.

    因此你必須擺脫壓力的情緒。

  • When I start to feel stressed, I take a step back and I usually take a really deep breath sometimes I even go for a walk around my block because it really helps me diffuse.

    當開始感到有壓力時,我會後退一步,或是深呼一口氣。

  • A slow inhale and an exhale can send messages to your brains that you're safe; that message is transported throughout your entire body and your stress will start to melt away.

    緩慢的吸氣和呼氣可以傳送安全的訊息給大腦,安全的訊息會傳遍你的體內,解除沮喪不安的情緒。

  • Another very important tip is to increase your focus and try to eliminate distractions.

    另一個重要的訣竅是提高你的專注力,去除會造成分心的因子。

  • The biggest enemy of productivity isn't laziness; it's just your lack of focus.

    生產力最大的敵人就是懶惰,事情做不完只是因為不願專注去做。

  • We have an entire world of entertainment and information at our fingertips.

    整個世界充斥著娛樂和資訊,唾手可得

  • But when you allow yourself to be distracted by your iPhone, or your smartphone or your laptop or your desktop, you can lose crucial time better spent on your to-do list.

    然而當你因 iPhone、智慧型手機、筆電或桌機而分心,就會剝奪應花在處理代辦事項的時間。

  • There are apps and actual software out there designed to block certain websites or social media apps for a specific period of time when you actually need to get your work done.

    有人因此發明了一些應用程式或軟體,當你需要專心時,用來封鎖特定網站和社群媒體的干擾。

  • Especially if you work from home.

    尤其是當你是在家裡工作的情境下

  • You can try downloading apps like these or keep yourself focused the old-fashioned way: just disconnect.

    你可以嘗試下載這類應用程式讓你保持專注,或是使用老方法,直接遠離會造成分析的事物。

  • Also it's really important to know that when you're learning, it's super important to get rid of distractions to effectively remember what you're learning.

    此外,當你在學習時,排除分心的事物有助於你有效地記憶和學習。

  • I've got one more tip for you to help become more productive, and this one really works for me.

    好,到此我已提供你一些幫助提升生產力的訣竅了。之後要介紹的訣竅對我個人而言特別有效

  • It is to become a mad "scientest", and I specifically spelled it "scientest" because the last four letters spell "test".

    那就是成為一個「客觀測試者」。我特意將原字詞改變拼法的原因是為了最後兩個字「測試」

  • And I found this to become the best way to become more productive in life is simply just to test everything.

    並且我發現測試生活中的一切事物,對於提升生產力是相當有幫助的。

  • I've tested how much sleep I need to get, how much food I need to eat, how many hours I should spend at the gym.

    我曾測試過我每日需要多少睡眠時間,需要吃多少食物、在體育館運動的時間需要多長。

  • Everybody is different and testing is a main form of action driven by curiosity.

    每個人的狀況都不一樣,而測試是一種出於好奇心的行為。

  • All wealthy and very successful people are crazy curious, and I think I know why because the curiosity drives them to test everything.

    世上許多有錢人和成功人士都非常具有好奇心,我相信他們也是受到好奇心驅使才會願意嘗試

  • If something doesn't work then they go ahead and change it, and if it does work then they keep it.

    如果事情不如預期,他們會換個方式繼續進行,若還是行不通,他們會將想法先保留起來。

  • So tell me, you need a guide to help you become more productive you want a laid out system that has helped tons of other people take control of their day and accomplish their goals faster?

    你需要有人指引你提升生產力的方法,透過經過萬人證實有效的系統化方法學習。

  • Well using the science of psychology, and what actually works aka testing things throughout time that work on almost everyone to become more productive.

    這門課程運用心理學科學,能使大多數的人提升生產力。

  • I've created a simple course that you can take to give you the skills and knowledge to accomplish your dreams by becoming more productive.

    我已開設課程供需要的人報名參加,課程中會提供經由提升生產力進而學會技能和知識的方法。

  • Our minds are fascinating subjects to study, humans tend to have similar habits and certain habits can trick anyone's mind into becoming more productive.

    人的心靈具有無窮潛力,大多數人的習慣都很類似,但是有些習慣可以幫助你的心智提升生產力。

  • This is the idea behind the psychology of productivity, an online course that will make you a more productive person.

    這是基於生產力背後的心理機制,這是一堂可幫助您提升生產力的線上課程。

  • The psychology of productivity is a proven system to accomplish more, defeat procrastination, and take control of your day using tactics backed by psychology.

    生產力的心理學是經過證實的系統,可讓人達成更多目標、摒除拖延的習性,過上充實的生活。

  • You can check it out below and started working more efficiently.

    你可以留意下方資訊,開始練習有效工作。

  • If you want to start living a more productive life, you can purchase this course today.

    若你希望展開充滿生產力的生活,可以考慮立即購買這門課程。

  • It only takes less than two minutes to start this journey go ahead and put that tip I mentioned earlier the two minute world of use.

    只需要兩分鐘即可開始體驗,並將我前面所提過的 2 分鐘原則廣泛運用在生活上。

  • Don't procrastinate on getting this course. It actually has a 30-day money-back guarantee so if it doesn't work for you, you can get your initial investment back.

    不要因為怠惰而不上這門課,這門課有 30 天觀賞評估期,如果你覺得課程沒效,即可申請退費。

  • There's virtually no risk at all to you. It takes less than two minutes right now to sign up and double down on your future in the effectiveness of your whole life.

    這麼好康還不把握!你只需要不用 2 分鐘即可登錄,帶給你一個充滿效率的人生。

  • Thank you guys so much for watching this video I hope it helped you and I really hope you take the decision to master your time by learning about the psychology of productivity.

    感謝各位觀賞影片,誠摯希望對大家有所幫助,並期盼大家能下定決心學習生產力背後的心理學。

Do you feel like you don't have control of your day when you look back in the past month?

你會不會覺得回首過去,每天都過得一團亂呢?

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生產力心理學--用更少的時間做更多的事。 (The Psychology of Productivity - Do More in Less Time)

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    Jessieeee 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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