Impossibility is What?

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Mahatma Ghandi. Martin Luther King, Jr. Abraham Lincoln. William Hewlett and David Packard. Thomas Edison. For these people, what did impossibility mean to them? The creation of a million innovations. The technological breakthroughs that moved the world. The needed peace for a billion people. The equality of all people. What did impossibility mean to them? As entrepreneurs, we often forget this concept. When the tough roads come, we look for safe exists. It's easy to run away because human nature gives us a sense of temporary relief. It takes us away from the problem. Yet, this defense mechanism will kill our entrepreneurial spirits in the long run. The solution? Keep on fighting until we reach our goals. And trust us, we will. For all of the successes you see on Forbes, there are a thousand others who didn't succeed. It wasn't because the former knew more. It wasn't because the latter knew less. It's for this simple reason: those who failed gave up too soon. Those who succeeded, as cliche as it sounds, believed they would. Henry Ford used to say, "Whether you think that you can, or that you can't, you are usually right." Whatever you believe about your capabilities, folks, you're right. Do This To illustrate the power of persevering, try this: Get on the floor, and start counting the number of pushups you do. Done? Now, double the count. If you believe you will do it, you will. Pretty cool how your mind shapes your actions, huh?

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Posted on February 18

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