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      勵志英語文摘三篇

      下面是學習啦小編整理的勵志英語文摘三篇,歡迎大家閱讀!克服恐懼做生命真正的主人FearcomesfromthefactthatyouTHINKyoucannotactorwillactincorrectly.

      下面是學習啦小編整理的勵志英語文摘三篇,歡迎大家閱讀!
      克服恐懼 做生命真正的主人
      Fear comes from the fact that you THINK you cannot act or will act incorrectly. But if you actually try, even though you’re scared as hell, you’ll often realize that these fears didn’t have any foundations. They can be blown away if you tell yourself you’ll just do it whatever happen. In many cases you’ll think that death is your worse case, but you have to realize you’re over-exagerating.
      當你覺得你無法完成一件事或者將會搞砸一件事的時候,恐懼感就會產生。但是,假如你去嘗試,你常常會意識到那種恐懼其實是毫無依據的,盡管你當時害怕得要死。如果你對你自己說不管會發生什么事我就是要這樣做,恐懼就會消失的無影無蹤。許多情況下,你會覺得死亡是最件糟糕的事,但是你必須要意識到的是你有點夸大其詞了。
      It’s crazy how much our brain can work in order to protect us against ourself. Imagine you’re in a plane, about to jump out of it to do some parachuting. You’ve never done that before. When you’re about to jump, the brain jumps in and start giving you every bit of information it has against parachuting because fear has a seed into you brain. But if you’ve been jumping out of airplanes for ages, let me tell you the brain simply doesn’t care anymore because it knows nothing will (generally) happen. This concept is the core idea of doing one thing that scares you every day.
      為了保護我們自己,我們的大腦會不顧一切地讓我們去做事與愿違的事。想象一下,你在一架飛機中正準備跳傘,這時大腦會灌輸一些負面的信息讓你無法順利跳傘,那是因為恐懼像種子那樣扎根在我們的頭腦中。假如你此前有幾年的跳傘經歷的話,我可以告訴你,你的大腦不會有所顧忌,因為你知道不會有意外發生。這個概念是“每一天做一件你害怕的事”的核心理念。
      When you push your limits, the number of fears you have start to decrease. With time you will start understanding that all those fears are just crap that your brain creates to protect you from the unknown but you’ll also know that this unknown is not THAT dangerous. Approaching girls on the street is something many guys are just going to freeze if they have to do it, but it is possible. It just takes time and effort. If you do it one step at a time you’ll realize that there’s nothing really dangerous about doing it.
      當你將自己推向自己能力的極限的時候,讓你感到恐懼的事就會開始減少。久而久之你會漸漸領悟其實所有的恐懼都是你的大腦出于保護自己的本能而產生的,而且你也會領悟到那些未知的恐懼沒有你潛意識中認為的那樣危險。在街上慢慢接近女孩這個舉動會讓許多男孩手足無措,但這并不是無法辦到的事。只是要花費一點時間和工夫。如果你有計劃的一步步做一件事,你會發現其實所謂的危險也沒什么大不了的。
      What is really interesting from doing this technique every day is that you experience a good amount of adrenaline through your body. It’s also really great to have done something you thought you couldn’t do. Doing this will make your life at least a thousand time better because there won’t be any barriers to stop you. You’ll get a better life, more respect from your peers, more control over yourself and will be able to share lots of experiences other might never thought about doing because they are too scared to follow the “Do one thing every day that scares you” mentality. But YOU ARE STRONG.
      每天做這樣一件技術活的有趣之處就是你體內會產生大量的腎上腺素。而且假如你完成了原先你認為做不到的事,你會感覺非常棒。做這樣的事至少可以讓你現在的生活好上一千倍以上,因為不會再有阻止你的障礙了。你會過上更好的生活,獲得來自同行們的更多的尊敬,而且你能更好地控制你自己,能夠分享許多別人想都不敢想的經歷,因為他們太害怕了以至于不能夠追隨“每一天做一件你畏懼的事”。但是你很堅強。
      If you do things you think shouldn’t be doing, sometimes you get opposite results: you get what you were looking for. Take this example: you put money into a saving account which gives you a poor return rate but you do so because you are “scared” of losing your money. You decide it’s time to apply your new mentality and take the money and start buying shares instead. Maybe for the first transactions you’ll have a bit of a rush/adrenaline going on because you aren’t sure of what’s going to happen, but then you are really proud of what you did. Even though you might have made mistakes, by doing what you were afraid of you removed a barrier you had. As time goes by, you learn how the market works and you’ll get better. You’ll might even make thousands of thousand by doing it. And now you’re REALLY happy because you got past what you were looking for: earning something with the money you had. What the real accomplishment is, is that you’ve shown to yourself you were able to get over a fear you had. Amazing.
      如果你做一些你原本認為不應該做的事,有時你會得到相反的結果:你得到了你渴望的東西。舉個列子來說:你把錢放進了回報率很低的儲蓄賬戶,因為你害怕損失錢財。于是你覺得是時候要改變心態,把錢取出來轉而買進股票。也許在第一輪交易中你會莽撞行事,因為你不確定接下來會發生什么,但是接著你會對你所做的事感到非常自豪。既是你有可能會犯些錯誤,但你會漸漸明白市場是怎么運作的,之后你會越來越好。你也許甚至會成千上百次的去做這件事?,F在你真正地感到幸福,因為你得到了你渴望已久的東西:用自己的錢去投資并獲得回報。真是太棒了。
      Fear is the only thing that limits you from acting and YOU WANT TO ACT. Don’t let those fears control you for all your life, start showing them who’s the real boss here.
      恐懼是唯一一件阻擾你去做你想要做的事的東西。不要讓這些恐懼控制你一生,讓它瞧瞧誰才是你命運的真正主人。
      勵志英語文摘三篇
      成功——持之以恒
      Have you ever been annoyed by a successful person, because you thought you were more intelligent than them? Maybe it was a boss. Maybe it was a political figure or a leader.
      It’s especially maddening when this person is creating rules that dictate your life. I can definitely relate. I’ve had my share of bosses that I thought were less than brilliant.
      So what is it that makes them successful? That’s what I’ve always wondered and what has always bugged me. I mean, shouldn’t intelligence be a prerequisite to leadership? The answer… not really.
      It turns out the biggest reason people are successful is: consistent action, not intelligence.
      Then the question is, are these three words ruining your life…?
      The unmagical words
      Those words are: I don’t know.
      It’s not drive, it’s not motivation, it’s not lack of passion that keeps people from doing what they want. It’s not knowing where to start, or how to get from A to B. That’s the single biggest reason people don’t take action to make their dreams a reality.
      So how can we overcome this? How can we stop letting obscurity keep us from becoming successful? The answer is pretty simple: You have to develop the ability to stop caring about not knowing. (I’ve written about this before, where I call it “putting yourself on auto-response.”)
      You have to cultivate the habit of doing before knowing. This seems like a daunting thing to do, but it’s really actually a very easy habit to create. And there are a multitude of possibilities that exist right now that you can practice it.
      Easiest thing in the world
      For example, how many time does your spouse or partner ask you “What do you want to have for dinner?” and you respond, “I don’t know.” (This happens to me all the time, and it’s maddening.) Next time, instead of using those three dirty words, just ask yourself, “What’s something I’d like to have for dinner?” and then respond.
      Now do this when someone asks where you’d like to hang out, or what you’d like to spend the evening doing. Instead of re-actively saying “I don’t know,” take the time to come up with a response. Even if you’re not 100% completely stoked about the idea, just come up with something you’d be satisfied with doing. Anything other than I don’t know is an improvement.
      Next, try asking yourself “How could I best use my time, right now?” or “What is the highest leverage use of my time, right now?” Take a minute to brainstorm and mentally prioritize. If you’re having trouble coming up with an answer, just pick whatever you think would be the most productive use of your time. Remember, anything is better than the three words we shall not speak of.
      Just imagine all of the possibilities for you to practice actively making decisions based on your desires, rather than re-actively defaulting to unconsciousness. There are so many little ways you can practice this skill. I think you’ll be surprised at how often you’re able to rehearse it.
      The difference between living and existing
      Okay, so you’ve mastered it with the little stuff. Now it’s time to use it on the things that really matter. Stuff like your passions and career.
      If you’re not doing something you love or at least like for a living, you’re selling yourself short. And I bet the reason why you’re not pursuing something better is because you don’t know what you’d rather do. Instead of allowing that not knowing to dwell in your psychic space, cast it out. Don’t tolerate it anymore. If you don’t know what you’re passionate about, move from not knowing to seeking a path that will allow you to explore what you might love to do. This might mean reading a book on different career pursuits. It might mean googling your hobbies for possible career intersections. Whatever it is, practice that until you move into a state of knowing.
      The reason I’m so passionate about this is because I’ve seen so many lives unfulfilled because of not knowing. It saddens me to think that such a simple phrase can have such a devastating impact.
      I urge you to practice moving in the direction of knowing, when you feel stuck in a state of indecision. All it takes is one little shift.
      It could mean the difference between making a dying and making a living.
      有沒有對某些成功人士心存不屑,因為覺的自己遠比他們聰明的多?也許這個人是你老板?;蛘呤悄硞€政要首腦。而讓人更討厭的是有些時候這些人的決策往往又 將影響你的生活。幾乎可以肯定。 我以前的某些老板就不是很聰明。但到底是什么讓他們成為成功人士?我一直想知道答案也一直被這些問題所困擾。 我的意思是,難道才智不是成為領袖的首要條件么?但答案…還真的不是。
      結果我發現成功與否的最大關鍵是:持之以恒的行動,不是才智。
      所以問題是,這三個字有沒有也影響到你的生活?
      令人討厭的字眼
      這三個字是:“不知道”。
      人們不是因為缺乏動力,也不是因為缺乏動機,更不是因為沒有激情去實現他們的目標。而是不知道從哪里開始,不知道怎樣從起點到達目標。這就是為什么我們無法為實現夢想而行動的最大原因。
      所以我們怎樣克服這個問題?我們怎樣停止迷茫達到成功? 答案其實很簡單:你需要有能力不在擔心對事情的迷茫。
      你需要培養在瞻前顧后之前開始行動的習慣? 這看起來有點嚇人,但確是個很容易培養的習慣。 現在有很多辦法可以讓你去實踐。
      世界上最簡單的事
      舉個例子,有多少次你的愛人或者同伴問起“今天的晚餐你想吃些什么?”而你卻回答“不知道”或者“無所謂”。 (難以置信的是,我就經常這樣說。) 下一次如果在有人問起,嘗試不要說這三個字,而是在心里問問自己,“晚餐我真的想吃什么?”再做回答。
      從現在開始當別人問起去哪兒消遣或者晚上要做什么的時候都先想一下。。不要直接脫口而出“我不知道”, 真正花點時間思考一下。就算你想的事情不是完全那么激動人心,最起碼拿出一件你真心想做的事情作為答案。 不在用“我不知道”作為應付已經是個進步了。
      下一步,試著問自己“我能怎樣利用現在的這段時間?”或者“現在這段時間用來做什么最好?” 花點時間想想或者給事情排一下序。如果你實在不能想出什么好點子,最起碼選擇一件能充分利發揮這段時間的效能的事情。記住,任何具體的事情都好過“不知道”這三個字。
      試想一下以自己的愿望作為決定的基礎,而不是處于機械的無意識狀態的可能性。有很多辦法可以練習這種能力。你肯定想不到這樣能有多容易。
      生活與生存的區別
      好的,現在你已經能控制小事上的反應了。 現在將他們用在更有意義的事情上。 比如你的事業或者熱情所在。
      如果你不是以你所愛或者最起碼以你所喜歡的事業謀生,你的生活就是在投機。 而且我認為你不去追求更高目標的原因是因為你不知道什么是更應該做的。不要繼續任由自己處于茫然,你應該將這種思維趕走。。不要允許自己有這樣的想法。如果你不知道自己對什么事有激情的話,起碼從這種茫然中走出來,找一份你可以探索的職業,或許你就會找到激情。也許這就代表現在拿起一本其他行業的書籍。 也許代表在Googles上搜索一下自己的興趣范圍里有什么樣的職業。 無論怎樣, 一直保持練習,直到你能習慣性的做出符合自己意愿的決策。
      我對這件充滿熱情的原因就是因為我看到太多人因為茫然而無法實現對生活的愿景。這種令人沮喪的結果迫使我思考原來這樣簡單的三個字可以帶來這樣大的消極影響。
      我期望當你躊躇不決的時候可以使用這種按照自己意志來決策的辦法。所需要的只是一點小小的改變。
      也許這就代表生活和生存的區別。
      目標和夢想
      Are you waiting for your dreams to come true and change your life?
      你是否還在等待實現夢想來改變你的生活?
      I am sorry to tell you that dreams don’t come true.
      很遺憾,那樣夢想是不能成真的。
      Rather, it is your goals that can forever change your life.
      但是,你的目標卻能永遠的改變你的生活
      You need to set goals in order turn your dreams into reality.
      如果要想夢想成真,你就需要給自己訂立目標
      Don’t Confuse Dreams and Goals
      不要將你的夢想和目標拒之門外
      Dreams are easy. They are free, too.
      夢想簡單易得
      However, dreams by themselves are just that… dreams.
      然而,夢想本身也就是夢想
      They are imaginary. And they don’t produce tangible results.
      它們是被想象出來的,它們也不會形成有形的產物。
      You need to turn your dreams into action. You need goals to make the visions of your dreams real.
      你要做的就是將你的夢想變為行動。你需要設立目標,將你的夢想變得觸手可及。
      “Dreams can inspire you, but goals can change your life.”
      夢想能夠激勵你,但是目標才能改變你的生活
      Goals are all about action. Goals turn dreams into reality.
      目標與一系列的行動相關。目標能讓夢想成真。
      Goals change you and can change your life.
      目標可以改變你,改變你的生活。
      Don’t confuse your dreams with goals.
      不要將你有了目標的夢想拒之門外。
      Dreams occupy your mind. Goals take over your reality.
      夢想充實你的內心世界,目標占據著你的現實生活。
      What will it take to turn your dreams into goals?
      怎樣才能把你的夢想轉化成你的目標?
      Here are 10 Big Differences Between Goals and Dreams:
      這里有夢想和目標的10個不同點
      Goals are something you are acting on.
      目標是你正在做的某些事。
      Dreams are something you are just thinking about. Goals require action. Dreams can happen without lifting a finger, even while you are asleep.
      夢想是你內心正在思考的某些東西。目標需要行動。睡覺的時候可以產生夢想,甚至不動一根手指也一樣可以辦到。
      Goals have deadlines. Dreams are just, well, dreams.
      目標是有期限的,而夢想只是夢想。
      Goals must have a deadline. They have a time limit. Dreams can go on forever. In fact, many people maintain dreams their entire lives without ever reaching them.
      目標肯定有一個有效期,它們是有時間限制的。但是夢想卻能永遠存在。事實上,許多人都有一個一生都沒能實現的夢想。
      Dreams are free. Goals have a cost.
      夢想不需要你支付任何東西,而目標是需要付出代價的。
      While you can daydream for free, goals don’t come without a price. Time, money, effort and sweat. How will you pay for your goals?
      做白日夢不需要有付出,但是目標卻不可能沒有付出。時間,金錢,精力,汗水。為了達成你的目標,你打算付出些什么呢?
      Goals produce results. Dreams don’t.
      目標是可以產生一定的結果的,但夢想不會。
      Want to change your life? Your job? Your status in life? Goals can do that. A good friend of mine made six-figures on the ebook he published. He did that. Had it stayed as a dream, his life would have been as it always was.
      想要你的生活,工作,社會地位有些改變嗎?目標可以幫你做到。我的一個好朋友出版的電子書數量超過了六位數,他確實做到了。如果他一直讓夢想只是夢想的話,他的生活還是跟以往一樣,沒有任何改變。
      Dreams are imaginary. Goals are based in reality.
      夢想是想象的產物,而目標確實存在于現實生活中。
      You may dream of being Superman, but that is probably not going to happen. Goals are about what you can actually accomplish. They are grounded in the reality of our world. Goals should be big, but not supernatural.
      你的夢想可能是做一個超人,但很可能它不能成真。目標與你實際完成的事有關,它們存在于我們的現實生活中。目標可以很大,但絕不是超自然。
      Goals have a finish line. Dreams never have to end.
      目標有一個終點,但夢想卻可以是沒有邊際的。
      Dreams can go on forever. They don’t have to have an ending point. Goals must have a specific outcome.
      夢想可以一直存在,他不需要有終結點。但目標肯定會有一個特定的結果。
      Dreams can inspire you. Goals can change your life.
      夢想可以一直激勵你,而目標才能改變你的生活。
      Dreams can bring you motivation. They can inspire you. But, goals can change your life forever.
      夢想能給你帶來激情,它能一直鼓勵你,但是目標才能一直改變你的生活。
      Goals must have focus. Dreams don’t.
      我們必須專注目標,夢想可以不用。
      Dreams can be drifting, ever-changing thoughts. Goals must be laser-focused. They must be specific and they must be always on your mind.
      夢想是可以隨著思想的變化而變化的,但是目標必須要有焦點。它們是具體的,印在你腦海里的。
      Goals require hard work. Dreams just require your imagination.
      目標需要我們努力工作,而夢想只需要你的想象。
      Dreaming is easy.
      做夢都挺容易的。
      Almost everyone has a dream. But, fewer people have goals.
      幾乎人人都有夢想。但是極少人有目標。
      Goals are hard and they require hard work. (See #3)
      完成目標是艱難的,同時也需要我們為此而努力地工作。
      Dreams stretch your imagination. Goals stretch you.
      夢想可以拓寬你的想象力,而目標是拓展你自己。
      Dreaming leads to bigger dreams. They stretch the limits of your imagination. But, goals stretch you. They increase your skills, your abilities, and change you forever.
      做夢可以產生更大的夢想。它可以拓寬你的想象力,而目標則是拓展你自己。它可以增加你的技巧,提高你的能力,永遠的改變你。
      Goals Do Come True 完成目標
      Dreams can inspire you, but goals can change your life.
      夢想可以鼓勵你,而目標則能永遠的改變你。
      Sometimes it only takes one step to change a dream into a goal.
      有時,只需一步,夢想就能變為目標。
      Yet, it can take years to take that goal to the finish line.
      也有可能,需要好多年才能完成這個目標。
      Always dream big, but make sure your goals are just as big.
      夢想很大,但請記住你的目標也一樣。
      Because dreams don’t come true… but goals do.
      因為夢想不能成真,但目標可以。