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  • We build confidence by facing our fears and taking progressive steps towards our goals.

    我們透過面對自身恐懼、積極朝目標前進來建立自信。

  • Here are some tips to help you.

    以下有幾個小技巧能幫助你。

  • Build your confidence by stepping outside of your comfort zone in small increments.

    透過稍微跨出舒適圈,幫助你建立自信。

  • And if you tell yourself you're capable, you will indulge behaviors that will enable you to be.

    告訴自己做得到,你會開始擁有那些能夠讓你成為更有自信的人的行為。

  • Make a habit of saying yes, even if it means increasing your workload because that's how you will develop your skills.

    習慣說「好」,就算這代表了你的工作量增加,因為這是你精進能力的好方法。

  • Network with everybody, even those in other departments, that way, you'll feel more at home, which will aid your confidence, and they'll be there to help you when you need them.

    和每個人都建立關係,即使是不同部門的人,如此一來你會覺得更自在,也能幫助你更有自信,而且這些人脈也會在你需要時拉你一把。

  • Clear, precise goals help us to take clear, precise actions towards them.

    設定清楚明確的目標,讓我們能採取相對應的精準策略來達成目的。

  • Write down your goals in a specific way with dates set for achieving them by.

    清楚地寫下你的目標,並且寫下達成目標的截止日期。

  • That way, you'll know what you need to do, when you need to do it, so it becomes part of your routine, like brushing your teeth.

    這樣你就會知道你需要在什麼時間點做什麼事,它也會自然地融入你的日常生和,像是刷牙一樣。

  • SMART is an acronym for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound.

    SMART 是由 Specific (明確)、Measurable (可計算的)、Attainable (可達成的)、Relevant (相關的) 和 Time-bound (有時限的) 所組成的縮寫字。

  • So, for example, I'll check my emails between 11 and 11:30 a.m. and 4 and 4:30 a.m., Monday to Friday.

    舉個例子,週一到週五我都會在早上 11 點到 11:30 之間、下午 4 點到 4:30 之間查看我的電子郵件。

  • Break large goals down into small stepping stones so that you don't feel overwhelmed.

    把大型的目標拆解成一個一個的小步驟,這樣你就不會被龐大的工作量壓垮。

  • We can achieve anything if we just break the job down into small, manageable tasks.

    只要我們把工作拆解成少量、可負擔的小任務,就可以達成任何目標。

  • Research shows the brain builds new neural pathways when we do something for the first time and this applies whether we do it in real life or simply imagine ourselves doing it.

    研究顯示,我們首次執行一件新的事情時,大腦會建立一個新的神經傳導路徑,不論只是單純想像自己已經做過這件事、或是真的做出這件事情,都可以達到同樣的效果。

  • Neural pathways give the brain a blueprint to follow, if you like.

    如果你有意願,神經傳導路徑會讓我們的大腦有個藍圖去遵循。

  • So, for example, you can rehearse in your mind doing a presentation for your boss and your colleagues, and doing it brilliantly from start to end, so that when it comes to the real occasion, it's as though you've already done it before.

    舉例來說,你可以先在腦中彩排等等要對老闆和同事做的報告,從頭到尾好好地說一遍,這樣在實際場合時,大腦就會有種好像已經做過這件事的感覺。

  • This will help you to be confident and succeed more.

    這會讓你更有自信並且更成功。

  • Confident people achieve more, and remember, by using your brain to your advantage, you can increase your confidence with purposeful planning, preparation, and practice.

    有自信的人能達成更多目標。請記得,好好善用大腦的這項特殊能力,你就能透過明確的計畫、準備和練習來提升自信。

We build confidence by facing our fears and taking progressive steps towards our goals.

我們透過面對自身恐懼、積極朝目標前進來建立自信。

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