Have you noticed how often you’re right when you tell yourself something is impossible? I do it to myself a lot. It’s in our wiring, so it’s something all of us do. So, we don’t go after the things we want, because they’re impossible. What if you’re wrong, though?

How do you contribute to the definition of possible when the people around you are struggling? Do you confirm their beliefs, or do you help them see beyond the struggle?

The next time you hear that something is impossible, ask questions like, “What would you do if it’s not impossible?” A question like this invites deeper thinking and looking beyond the story that has them blocked. They might start seeing it as possible.

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