ImpossibleJustWord

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Impossible is just a word but when you are visualizing what you want out of life and who you really want to be that is all you can think about.

Its Impossible!

Well I’m here to tell you different, there is nothing you cannot do.

As the great Insurance Tycoon, W Clement Stone, who was born in 1902 and lived to be 100 years old stated: Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve.

As well as, “Aim for the moon. If you miss, you may hit a star.”

He was a man who believed in himself and worked hard at becoming who he was. It’s not easy to overcome life’s adversities but it seems that people everyday are doing just that.

So what do they have that you don’t? Two Things…

Dreams and Desire, not just Desire but a Burning Desire to become someone special and to get what they really want out of life.

Impossible is just a word and it’s a Big word that you must learn to overcome. If you think something is impossible it is, if you think it is doable then it probably is and if you think you can do it, well you can. But thinking won’t get it done you have to act on those thoughts.

Okay, let’s say you want a home but you went through bankruptcy and your credit is shot, it sucks, nothing but big ol Zeros (000s) like mine was a few years back.

That’s right I went through bankruptcy, I told you I’ve had to deal with some pretty rough times in my life, you think you’re the only one with problems? I sure hope not because there are millions going through the same things you are right now but that’s why I know I can help you. Been there; done that.

Okay, enough said on that back to how my credit sucked; so you think I could buy a home? No way – Impossible Right!

Listen To Me Impossible Is Just A Word!

You can overcome any obstacle if you set your mind to it and have a burning desire to get what you want out of life and I wanted a home. After bankruptcy your credit is a disaster for the next ten years or that is suppose to be the case.

But here is a little exercise that I used to cut that time in half and when I applied for a mortgage loan I qualified for a $250,000 loan, not to shabby. I’m not going into all the specifics here because it would probably take 250,000 pages but this will help you get started. So get a pad and pencil out and let’s do this.

Take a piece of paper and write your goals down, what you really want and who you really want to be in life. Under your goals you want three headlines with a list under each one.

• List what “you know you can do”

• List what “you might be able to do”

• List what “is impossible for you to do”

Now take a long hard look at all the things you have listed and try everyday to accomplish those things that are under “you know you can do”. Check them off when you are able to accomplish them. When you are able to check the entire list off under that heading start working on the list under the heading “you might be able to do.”

When you accomplish the items you wrote under things “I might be able to do”, you can move the goals that are under things that are “impossible for you to do” to the list of things “you might be able to do.”

So as you work through this process, you will find out that the things you thought were impossible become easier to accomplish. And the impossible begin to seem possible after all. Impossible is just a word!

This exercise is not to limit your imagination. It is to help you learn to aim high, and start working toward goals little by little. However, it isn’t real smart to set a goal that is truly unrealistic, but you knew that, right.

Remember those who just dream about accomplishing a goal without working hard end up disappointed and frustrated. So use a little elbow grease, well I guess I should say brain grease, to get started.

Believe it when I say you can become who you want and get what you want out of life when you mix purpose, persistence and a burning desire into the equation.

”Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve.”

Impossible Is Just A Word

 

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