Habits of a champion and how to win in life

Habits of a champion and how to win in life

Habits of a champion and how to win in life

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And welcome back to GMA. Today’s Weekend Download advise on how to achieve success I your life no matter what you do. Former New York Yankee’s performance coach Dana Cavalea is the author of Habits of A Champion. And he joins us in this morning. Thank you so much for being here. Congratulations on the book by the way.
欢迎回到GMA。今天的周末下载节目将告诉大家如何走向成功的办法。前纽约洋基队(棒球队)教练德纳·卡维利亚出了一本书《冠军的习惯》,我们今天将与他共度这个早晨。感谢你的到来同时也庆贺新书的出版!
Thank you.
谢谢。

I love the concept that it doesn’t matter what your job is, where you are in life, but you can be successful. Why did you decide to write this book?
我特别喜欢你这个概念,就是不论你从事什么工作做什么事,你都能够获得成功。请问你写这本书的动机是什么呢?
Well, I realized, you know, like the title says, the habits of a champion, there are habits, distinct habits that you need to perform each day in order to be a champion in life. And that’s life as a mother, and that’s life, you know, in business, it’s life as an athlete. There are a set of habits that, you know, you have to perform each and every day in order to a championship life.
就像这本书的标题所说,冠军的习惯。我发现生活中的习惯有很多,为了成为一个在某个方面成功的人,你需要养成一个你需要为此努力的日常习惯。这个方面可以是当一个母亲,可以是在商业发展上,也可以是作为一名运动员。为了做某个方面的冠军,你每天都要为了养成良好的习惯努力。
Speaking of those habits, in your book you stressed consistency. Why is that so critical?
说到习惯,你在你的书里强调了一致性。为什么这点至关重要呢?
Well, so most people struggle to do the same thing each and every day, but the reality is if you want to have success in all that you do, you got to be consistent in your patterns and your habits each and every day. So you can’t do one thing on Monday, something different on Tuesday, and expect to have a result over time. It’s about what you do on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday that yields that ultimate result.
大多数人发现日复一日地做同一件事是非常困难的。但是现实是如果你想要使你做的每一件事都成功,你必须保持你的处事模式一直并且保持良好的习惯。所以你不可以在周一做这件事,到周二了就做那件事,还妄想过段时间能够得到收获。你得到的最终收获是跟你一周下来做的事情息息相关的。
Truly important, and you also in one of your chapters you said never get too high or too low. Why is that?
确实是这样的,对了,你还在其中一个章节中提到过永远不要情绪大起大落。这又是为什么呢?
Yeah. In all my years working with the professional athletes I realized that the great ones are able to be consistent in their mood every single day. And what that allowed them to do was keep their energy and under control because you’re spiking up with happiness and you’re going down in your mood. That wears you down over time so we got to keep your energy stable and we do that by being consistent in our overall moods and attitudes.
在我和那些专业运动员一起工作的这些年,我发现那些优秀的人总是能够保持相对稳定的情绪。而使他们情绪稳定的原因是他们能够很好的把控自己的精神活力,因为一旦你情绪突然高涨后,情绪低落的情况就会紧随其后。随着时间过去,这将会使你精疲力竭。所以我们要保持精力充沛稳定,而想要做到这样就要让我们的情绪和态度处于一种波澜不惊的状态下。
And another theme from another chapter. Fail to plan, plan to fail. What does that mean?
好的,还有另外一个章节的主题是,不做计划就等于计划着失败。这是什么意思呢?
Again, so nobody becomes a champion by accident, you know, it’s a planned event so you can’t just go into your day guessing and saying “Well what am I going to do today?” You got to plan it the night before. Attack your day and you will be playing offense and that offense , again is gonna lead you to more championship performances and wins over time.
和之前说的一样,成为一个冠军不可能是偶然的,我们都知道,这背后应该有一个周到计划。所以你不能陷入无所事事中,茫然地问自己“我今天要干什么啊?”你必须在前一天晚上做好计划。开始新的一天后你将会逐个击破自己的计划,久而久之,你你成功和胜利的机会就会大大增加。
Fantastic. Dana Cavalea, advice from a champion. Thank you so much. We’ll appreciate.
非常棒!这些是来自一个冠军,德纳·卡维利亚的建议。十分感谢你!

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