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You Need to Know How to Make the Impossible Inevitable

Forgive me but I find it impossible to continue this post until I’m sure we are both on the same page.  :<)

The page to which I refer is a clear understanding regarding the word, impossible.  I believe that understanding is critical to you in gaining the most you can from this post.

The Cambridge Dictionary defines impossible this way:

unable to exist, happen, or be achieved; not possible 

That seems very clear.

So, why would I even remotely suggest there is a way for you to make the impossible inevitable?

Let’s grab some supporting ideas from history.

For millions of years human beings lived without the benefits of fire.  It was impossible to create it in a controlled and beneficial way.  

And…then…it was possible and became inevitable!

For millions of years human beings lived without the benefits of the wheel.  Transport of anyone or anything happened by some method of dragging the object or person.

And…then…it was possible and became inevitable!

One last one—for millions of years no human communications were possible beyond earshot.  Then came the telegraph and then the telephone.  And, Oh…wonder of all wonders…the IPhone.

Hmmm.  And…then…it was possible and became inevitable!

Still struggling with the impossible becoming the inevitable.  Google “examples of the impossible becoming the possible” for even more proof of my point.

The following video will succinctly help you understand how what you might think is impossible for you can become inevitable.

What are you going to do to make your “impossible” inevitable?

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Mindstate mentor, author, trainer and speaker, Gary Greenfield (@LifeRider) helps organizations with inspirational insight and concise business ideas to help improve mindstate and minimize stress. He believes a mindstate that is positive and stress that is minimized helps people better profit through performance.

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