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"Breaking Barriers: The Secret to Achieving the Impossible"




How to Achieve the Impossible with a Simple Strategy.


Have you ever felt overwhelmed by a big goal or a challenging project? Have you ever doubted your ability to do something that seemed impossible? Have you ever given up on a dream because it was too hard or too far-fetched?


If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are not alone. Many people struggle with self-doubt, fear, and procrastination when faced with difficult tasks. They feel like they don't have the skills, the resources, or the time to accomplish what they want. They settle for less than they deserve, or they give up altogether.


But what if I told you that there is a simple strategy that can help you overcome these obstacles and achieve the impossible? A strategy that can help you break down any goal into manageable steps, and that can motivate you to keep going even when things get tough. A strategy that can help you transform your mindset from "I can't" to "I can."


The strategy is this: start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.


This quote is attributed to Francis of Assisi, a 13th-century Italian saint and preacher who founded the Franciscan order. He was known for his humility, his compassion, and his miracles. He is also considered the patron saint of animals and ecology.


But what does this quote mean, and how can we apply it to our lives?


Let's break it down into three parts:


1. Start by doing what's necessary. This means doing the things that are essential for your survival and well-being, such as eating, sleeping, exercising, and taking care of your health. It also means doing the things that are required for your work, your education, or your family obligations. These are the things that you have to do, whether you like them or not. They are the foundation of your life, and they provide you with stability and security.


2. Then do what's possible. This means doing the things that are within your reach, that are realistic and achievable, that are aligned with your skills and interests. These are the things that you can do, that you enjoy doing, or that you want to learn how to do. They are the things that challenge you, but not too much. They are the things that make you feel confident and competent.


3. And suddenly you are doing the impossible. This means doing the things that are beyond your expectations, that are surprising and amazing, that are creative and innovative. These are the things that you can't do yet, but that you aspire to do. They are the things that make you feel excited and inspired. They are the things that make you grow and evolve.


The beauty of this strategy is that it creates a positive feedback loop. By doing what's necessary, you create a solid base for yourself. By doing what's possible, you build on that base and expand your horizons. By doing what's impossible, you stretch yourself beyond your limits and discover new possibilities.


The key is to start small and gradually increase the difficulty and complexity of your tasks. Don't try to jump from what's necessary to what's impossible in one step. That will only lead to frustration and failure. Instead, take one step at a time, and celebrate each achievement along the way.


By following this strategy, you will be able to achieve anything you set your mind to. You will be able to overcome any obstacle, solve any problem, and create any outcome. You will be able to do the impossible.


So, what are you waiting for? Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.


-Eddie

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