Have you ever thought of doing the impossible? Here’s the thing about impossibilities–they are relative. Something that you think you can’t do might be child’s play for someone else and vice versa. However, there are people who see their distant goals as an impossible obstacle and they give up before they ever get started and certainly before they ever figure out that the impossible is indeed possible. Don’t be that guy. Be the type of person who makes the impossible, possible!
Self-made successful author of “Doing The Impossible,” Patrick Bet-David has lived this battle and has made his own impossibilities a reality! The former immigrant from war-torn Iran has made the bold claim that if there is something you dream of, you have the power to achieve it. We’ve all heard these affirmations before, but many of us are often left with the question, “but how?”
Check out Bet-David’s tips below:
1. Know your why. If your why is strong enough, the how doesn’t matter. Your why is what fuels your life, and it’s what keeps you going when you feel tired, overwhelmed or disappointed.
2. Decide to be the chosen one. Those who dare to do the impossible desire to be the solution to a problem. They thrive on people relying on them. They enjoy delivering on their promises. They seek out responsibility.
3. Go all in with one industry. Everyone is looking for the latest and greatest thing, but the great ones devote their passion to the one thing they love and stick to it. It means putting all your chips in the pot and becoming the best. Good examples are Michael Jordan with basketball or Donald Trump with real estate.
4. Push the envelope. This means go beyond the limits of what you know you can do and find out what you are capable of. Growth comes from resistance. If you’re not experiencing any resistance in your life, you’re probably not growing personally and professionally.
5. Silence your critics. Doing the impossible means moving beyond the naysayers, those who doubt you and say you’ll never do it. It will come from family, friends and colleagues, but turning the criticism into motivation is the key. Take their “it can’t be done” and turn it into “I’ll prove you wrong.”
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