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Matt Cutts: Try something new for 30 days

Mets Katzs: 30 dīnys paraugit koč kū jaunu

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Voi ir kas taids, kū jius vysod asat gribiejs padareit, nu... nikuo? Mets Katzs īsoka: Paraugit tū 30 dīnys. Itei eisuo i prīceiguo runa dūd lobu pajiemīnu, kai dūmuot par mierķu pastateišonu i dasnīgšonu.

- Technologist
Matt Cutts is an engineer at Google, where he fights linkspam and helps webmasters understand how search works. Full bio

Pyrma dažim godim
es sasajutu, kai byutu īsasprīds kasdīnā,
00:15
A few years ago,
00:17
I felt like I was stuck in a rut,
deļtuo izdūmuoju sekuot
00:20
so I decided to follow in the footsteps
dyžanuo amerikaņu filosofa
Morgana Sperloka pāduos
00:22
of the great American philosopher, Morgan Spurlock,
00:25
and try something new for 30 days.
i 30 dīnys paraudzeit kū jaunu.
00:28
The idea is actually pretty simple.
Ideja ir cīši vīnkuorša.
00:30
Think about something you've always wanted to add to your life
Aizadūmoj par kū taidu,
kū sovā dzeivē vysod esi gribiejis padareit
00:33
and try it for the next 30 days.
i paraugi tū cytys 30 dīnys.
00:36
It turns out,
Izaruoda, kai 30 dīnys
ir taišni eistuo laika šaļts,
00:38
30 days is just about the right amount of time
00:40
to add a new habit or subtract a habit --
kab dabuotu jaunu īrodumu
voi pamastu kaidu vacū,
00:42
like watching the news --
pīvadumam, ziņu vieršonuos
00:44
from your life.
nu sovys dzeivis.
Ir koč kas, kū īsavuiceju,
dorūt itūs 30 dīnu aizdavumus.
00:46
There's a few things I learned while doing these 30-day challenges.
00:49
The first was,
Vysu pyrma
mieneši naproskrieja garum, aizmiersteibā,
00:51
instead of the months flying by, forgotten,
i beja daudzi vairuok kū atguoduot.
00:54
the time was much more memorable.
Daļa izaicynuojuma aizdavuma beja
kotru mieneša dīnu sataiseit vīnu fotografeju.
00:57
This was part of a challenge I did to take a picture every day for a month.
01:00
And I remember exactly where I was
Es atguodoju, kur taišni beju
i kū tymā dīnā dareju.
01:03
and what I was doing that day.
01:06
I also noticed
Pamaneju,
ka kai dareju vaira
i gryušuokus 30 dīnu aizdavumus,
01:08
that as I started to do more and harder 30-day challenges,
01:10
my self-confidence grew.
auga muna ticeiba sev.
01:12
I went from desk-dwelling computer nerd
Nū sātā sādūša datortuorpa
01:14
to the kind of guy who bikes to work --
es tyku par puiškinu,
kurs brauc iz dorbu ar ritini.
01:17
for fun.
Prīcys piec!
(Smīklys)
01:20
Even last year, I ended up hiking up Mt. Kilimanjaro,
Pārnajā godā saguoja izkuopt Kilimandžaro,
01:23
the highest mountain in Africa.
aukstuokajā kolnā Afrikā.
Pyrma izsuoču sovus 30 dīnu aizdavumus
nikod nabyutu tveics piec taidim pīdzeivuojumim
01:25
I would never have been that adventurous
01:28
before I started my 30-day challenges.
Es saprotu, ka eistyn koč kū gribi,
01:31
I also figured out
01:33
that if you really want something badly enough,
01:35
you can do anything for 30 days.
tod 30 dīnuos var padareit vysa kuo!
01:38
Have you ever wanted to write a novel?
Asat nazkod gribiejuši pīraksteit romanu?
01:40
Every November,
Kotru novembri
01:42
tens of thousands of people
desmitim tyukstūšu cylvāku
01:44
try to write their own 50,000-word novel from scratch
30 dīnu laikā rauga pīraksteit
sovu 50 000 vuordu romanu
01:48
in 30 days.
nu nullis.
01:50
It turns out, all you have to do
Izaruoda, kai jiusim tik viņ
kai vīnu mienesi kotru dīnu juopīroksta
01:52
is write 1,667 words a day
01:55
for a month.
1 667 vuordi.
01:57
So I did.
Tai es ari dareju.
Cyta vydā, nūslāpums ir naīt gulātu,
01:59
By the way, the secret is not to go to sleep
02:01
until you've written your words for the day.
cikom naasat pīrakstejuši ituos dīnys vuordus.
02:04
You might be sleep-deprived,
Jiusim varbyut byus mīga bods,
nu dabeigsit sovu romanu.
02:06
but you'll finish your novel.
02:08
Now is my book the next great American novel?
Voi muna gruomota
ir jauns dyžanais Amerikys romans?
02:12
No. I wrote it in a month.
Nā! Es tū pīraksteju par vīnu mienesi!
Jis ir baimeigs!
02:14
It's awful.
(Smīklys)
02:17
But for the rest of my life,
Tok vysu tuoļuokuo dzeivi,
02:19
if I meet John Hodgman at a TED party,
kod TED večerinkā
sasateiku ar Džonu Hodžmenu,
maņ nav juosoka:
02:22
I don't have to say,
„Es asu datorzynuotnīks.”
02:24
"I'm a computer scientist."
Nā, nā, ka grybu,
varu saceit: „Asu rakstinīks.”
02:26
No, no, if I want to, I can say, "I'm a novelist."
02:29
(Laughter)
(Smīklys)
02:32
So here's one last thing I'd like to mention.
Vei, pādejais, kū grybu saceit.
Es īsavuiceju, ka dorūt mozys
i ilgtspiejeigys puormejis,
02:35
I learned that when I made small, sustainable changes,
02:38
things I could keep doing,
tū, kū es varu dareit ari iz prīšku,
tys īrosts palyka.
02:40
they were more likely to stick.
02:42
There's nothing wrong with big, crazy challenges.
Lelim i trokim izaicynuojumim
nav ni vainis.
Eistyneibā, tī ir dyžan ļusteigi.
02:45
In fact, they're a ton of fun.
Tok tī drūsai viņ nabyus īrodums.
02:48
But they're less likely to stick.
02:50
When I gave up sugar for 30 days,
30 dīnys atsasokūt nu cukra,
02:52
day 31 looked like this.
31. dīna izaviere koč kai itai:
02:54
(Laughter)
(Smīklys)
02:56
So here's my question to you:
Tai niu es jums vaicoju:
02:59
What are you waiting for?
Kuo jius vēļ gaidit?
03:01
I guarantee you the next 30 days
Es varu drūsai saceit, ka cytys 30 dīnys
03:03
are going to pass
īs iz prīkšu taipat, kai guojušys.
pateik jums tys voi nā,
03:05
whether you like it or not,
03:07
so why not think about something
tod parkū napadūmuot par kū taidu,
kū vysod asat gribiejs paraudzeit,
03:09
you have always wanted to try
03:11
and give it a shot
i dareit tū!
03:13
for the next 30 days.
Cytys 30 dīnys.
03:15
Thanks.
Paļdis.
(Publika plaukšynoj)
03:17
(Applause)
Translated by Kristaps Kadiķis
Reviewed by Edīte Husare

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Matt Cutts is an engineer at Google, where he fights linkspam and helps webmasters understand how search works.

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