Thinking of the possible

“Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I'm possible’” - Audrey Hepburn.

Running a four-minute mile, walking on the moon and the rise of personal computing were all once thought to be impossible.  

Could people who have gone before us have imagined carrying a whole music collection around in their pockets or flying from one country to another?

How often have we shrugged off something as impossible to do when, in many cases, the impossible is simply difficult and we are creating excuses that justify our self-doubts?  

If we are honest, it is our imagination, or lack of it, that will reinforce or deny us the possibility of possible.  

What can you do to change your inner dialogue from self-doubt to self-belief and shift from resistance to consent as you imagine the “I’m-possible”?

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