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7 Possible Ways to Achieve the Impossible

Achieving the Impossible

“The only way to achieve the impossible is to believe it is possible.” – Charles Kingsleigh

Have you dismissed countless dreams just because someone told you that you were aiming for the impossible? Or did you make up some excuse in your mind as to why you wouldn’t be able to achieve them? You may not be aware of this, but labeling a task or goal as impossible is actually the first step to giving up on your dreams.

There might be many goals in your life that might seem beyond your capabilities and you deem impossible, however, changing your perspective can do wonders for your success in life. Success is more about consistency than greatness. Consistent hard work is all that matters. While not everyone attributes the same meaning to the word success, for many, it is monetary achievement that seems impossible at a certain point in their life.

Some of you might be looking to start an online blogging business, while others may be constantly struggling to make their existing business a success in the industry. No matter the goal, with the right mindset, you can certainly set foot on the road to success. Here is a mini-guide to help you learn certain methods and approaches that you can implement in order to achieve the impossible and gain that sense of accomplishment you desire:

1. Find a Role Model

Whether it’s your teacher, parents, a friend, or even a celebrity – find someone who inspires you. Modeling yourself after them will allow you to move towards self-improvement and motivate you to become the most extraordinary version of your own self.

List down their best qualities and learn from them to optimize your own journey and overcome the obstacles that are in your way.

2. Set Goals that Align with Your Values

Unless you decide on a goal, you can’t form a path to reach it. Jot down your goals in a diary, and start creating plans to meet them. Your goals should be meaningful and they should align with your personal beliefs and values. Set them and then commit to them!

3. Don’t Be Afraid to Dream Big

According to Steve Garvey, a former professional baseball player – “You have to set goals that are almost out of reach. If you set a goal that is attainable without much work or thought, you are stuck with something below your true talent and potential.”

When it comes to dreams, the sky is the limit. No matter what, never be afraid to dream big. Don’t let anyone else dissuade you from pursuing what you desire in life. Whatever you put your mind to, you can certainly achieve with hard work.

Do not limit yourself from the potential that is hidden deep inside of you and from the infinite possibilities and opportunities that life has to offer.

4. Time Management is the Key

As Denis Waitely said, “Procrastination is the fear of success.”

Any individual who is serious about achieving the impossible and being successful in their life needs to manage their time carefully.

Implement a system and assign a specific time to each activity of your day. This will allow you to use every minute wisely and dedicate a portion of your life to what really matters.

5. Have Cheat Days

Everyone needs a break or two from the constant, never-ending activity in their lives. Taking unscheduled breaks can make you to feel guilty and believe that you are falling off the wagon. In order to avoid giving up on your overall goal every time you stumble a little, you need to have cheat days.

These emergency reserves will allow you to keep sight of your long-term visions and achieve them without pushing yourself too hard.

6. Have a Positive Outlook on Life

Instead of focusing on all the things that could go wrong when you’re busy trying to acquire the impossible, think about everything that could go right.

It can be very easy to become cynical and negative towards the injustice and problems you face in your journey. However, a negative attitude not only prevents you from enjoying your life to the fullest but it also impacts your everyday decisions.

Have a positive outlook on life and focus on what truly matters. Being an optimist will allow you to be in control of your emotions and take charge of your life.

7. Take Action

“Take action! An inch of movement will bring you closer to your goals than a mile of intention.” – Steve Maraboli

Once you’ve successfully set your goals and created a plan, you need to act upon that plan right away. You might face some challenges on the way but you need to keep yourself motivated in order to continue working towards achieving the impossible.

Break your goals into sub-goals that you believe can be attained with better efficiency. Get rid of any distractions and ask for help when you need it. Purposeful action will get you everywhere!

Our Final Thoughts

Lastly, no matter who else believes in you, if you doubt yourself, you’ll lack the commitment and courage to achieve outlandish objectives. In order to achieve the impossible, you need to be true to yourself.

As a wise person once said, “The strongest factor for success is self-esteem: Believing you can do it, believing you deserve it, and believing you’ll get it.”

Believe that achieving your goals is possible. Believe that you can accomplish them regardless of what anyone else says. Visualize what your life would be if you already had achieved your dream, act accordingly, and never let fear come in the way of you and your ambitions!

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