Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t – you’re right.
Google co-founder Larry Page recommends a “healthy disregard for the impossible.” In other words, we shouldn’t be too quick to dismiss any of our goals or heartfelt desires as being “impossible” to achieve. By dismissing options, we set a dangerous automatism in motion: we start actively searching for reasons not to attempt anything. Of course, you should weigh the pros and cons carefully and objectively – but in that order. Start by compiling reasons why you should attempt something. Think about why achieving a certain goal or objective would be desirable and important. Make sure you know exactly why you want to do something by any means possible, make sure you can visualize what you want to do, then focus on the reasons why you will succeed. Think back on previous successes that seemed impossible to achieve because there were so many reasons why you might have failed.
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