“It always seems impossible until it’s done.”
― Nelson Mandela
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There is a deep fascination with the impossible. If we turn the clock back just 100 years, a relatively short time in human history, there are many things that would have seemed impossible. One hundred years ago, there was no internet, there were no electric vehicles, there were no iPhones, iPads or computers. If you would have told people living in 1915 what we have at our disposal now, they would think you are crazy.
Likewise, in the sport of running, the four minute mile seemed like an impossible barrier to break. Up until 1954, no one had run a mile in under four minutes. Since Roger Bannister broke it that year, 18 others have broken the previous record. In sports, many records seem unbreakable, until they are broken.In order to achieve the impossible, you must believe it is possible & pursue it with everything you have Click To Tweet
The point is, don’t let conventional standards make you believe things are impossible. The “impossible” is achieved all the time. Whether it’s in technology, sports, or art, people are constantly achieving the impossible. In order to achieve the impossible, you must believe it is possible and pursue it with everything you have.
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