貓眼看世界

貓~偶爾懶散,偶爾機警,以不同的視角解讀這個世界。 對賺錢有濃厚興趣,尤其是加密幣,也喜歡分享自己的所思所想,希望透過網路以文會友。

每週3-2-1,初期不適+選擇性盲目+專家底層邏輯

本周的內容與上周有些雷同,圍繞專家養成之路與心態,透過忍受不適讓自己可以改變,透過選擇性盲目讓自己不沉默於資訊大海,並了解樂於工作才是專家表皮底下的血肉。經由本周一問,重新掌控大腦,拿回生活的方向盤。
上週每週3-2-1,正確的路徑+足夠的時間+多種角度

原文連結: https://jamesclear.com/3-2-1/january-13-2022?rh_ref=ebaff8bc

3 Ideas From Me

I.
"Are you willing to be uncomfortable for 5 minutes?

Exercising is easier once you've started the workout.
Conversation is easier once you're already talking.
Writing is easier once you're in the middle of it.

But many rewards in life will elude you if you're not willing to be a little uncomfortable at first."

"你是否願意忍受5分鐘的不舒適?" 俗語說,萬事起頭難,那個起頭的幾分鐘往往最讓讓不舒服。 就像推動一輛車子,一開始你需要出很大力,一旦克服敬摩擦,就可以減少力量,當它動起來,慣性就會接手持續下去。 改變或是做事也是這樣,初始的幾分鐘是最煎熬的,就像是要離開躺著舒適的座椅,關掉正在看的影集,起來做正事,你會覺得屁股被黏住,起不來! 就是這樣的感覺!!

下次要改變或是做正事之前,先告訴自己,萬事起頭難,忍過這幾分鐘就好了! Let's Do it!


​II.
"The world contains far more information than any single person can learn in their lifetime.
The question is not whether you are ignorant, but what you choose to be ignorant about.
Few topics are worth your precious time. Choose what you pay attention to with great care."

資訊爆炸,要"選擇性"的無知。正因為資訊爆炸,要吸收所有的訊息其實是不可能的,因此更要把天線調整好,接收你想要的資訊,而且那些資訊是對你有價值,或者是可以讓你產生正向變化的。

否則,你將淹沒在雜訊知中~~~~~


III.
"Sometimes in life, you will make mistakes. And when you think back on those mistakes, you may feel embarrassed. That's a normal feeling. Nobody is perfect and we all make our fair share of mistakes in life.

However, if you do not take responsibility for the mistake and do your best to correct it, then you are committing a second mistake. Do the right thing, even though you may feel embarrassed by your previous actions. Don't compound the error."

​犯錯是學習的路徑之一,前提是你對犯過的錯誤切實檢討並負起責任,否則你肯定會再犯同樣的錯誤。Don't coumpound the error! 別二過,犯過的錯一錯在錯!!!


2 Quotes From Others

I.Poet May Sarton on remaining a beginner:
"It is good for a professional to be reminded that his professionalism is only a husk, that the real person must remain an amateur, a lover of the work."

Source: Plant Dreaming Deep

​"專家"只是外顯的特徵,底層還是個熱愛工作的平凡人。熱愛工作是keyword! 正所謂Passion Drivers Productivity.


​II.Sports writer Andy Benoit on how geniuses work:
“Most geniuses—especially those who lead others—prosper not by deconstructing intricate complexities but by exploiting unrecognized simplicities.”

Source: Sports Illustrated

​大多數引領別人進步的天才,並不是解構複雜的事物,而是利用利用未被認識的簡單方法。化繁為簡,可以找出事物共通的簡單道理,才容易複製,畢竟要能引領大多數人,方法過於複雜,是無法把數量放大的!


1 Question For You

How can I make the next 60 seconds as perfect and as present as possible?

這問題我從來沒想過,或者說,我從不會意識到下一個60秒,甚至是下一個10分鐘。

這樣說來,我有很多時間都處於"自駕模式"中,也就是大腦依據固有的慣性做動作與判斷,而這確實是個好問題,其中包含了

(1)讓我思考時間流逝(next 60 seconds),

(2)體會當下狀態(as perfect as present),

(3)跳脫自動駕駛(How can I make.....)。


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