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February 25, 2020

Impossible? No. I'm Possible.

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Language is so powerful and there are so many subtleties to it that we can totally leverage for ourselves. One of the worst words in the English language is “impossible”. It just wreaks of limiting beliefs and scarcity. It’s kind of like Henry Ford’s quote, “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t you’re right”. Let’s use this idea to adjust our mindset.

Impossible? No. I’m possible! That’s just the same letters, same order, but with a different cadence and conviction. And the meaning is so accurate because it offers the perfect contrast from the previous limiting belief. Our capability to achieve the things laid out in front of us is determined by the belief people have that we can. 

By stating I’m possible, not only are you stating that you can do it, but that you’re the exception. You are the person to do it. And shout it loud because your public commitment will attract the resources and opportunities you need to make it happen. Life has a funny and eerie way of providing exactly what you ask for. Don’t ask for the world to tell you that it’s impossible, demand that it is possible and you’re the one to do it.

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