“It is difficult to say what is impossible, for the dream of yesterday is the hope of today and the reality of tomorrow.”
- Robert H. Goddard
In May, 1954 Roger Bannister ran one mile in less than 4 minutes.
Until it happened, no one thought it was even possible. It was a major psychological barrier.
BUT once it happened, others quickly followed. And now, it’s commonplace.
When Roger Bannister was interviewed after breaking the 4-minute mile, he was asked to describe how he did it.
He quickly replied…
“It’s the ability to take more out of yourself than you’ve got.”
~ Roger Bannister
What is impossible?
Changing a duvet cover in the back of a moving caravan?
Playing the sax solo from Gerry Rafferties Baker street while kicking a football up an escalator?
Opening a bag of Doritoes whilst standing in a hammock?
Teaching a snake to tapdance?
When I was a kid, I would get frustrated and declare “THAT’S IMPOSSIBLE”
My dad taught me a valuable life lesson that I’ve kept with me ever since…
“The Impossible Just Takes a Little Longer”
Stay tuned for examples of people who achieve the “impossible”, whether they choose to ignore other peoples self-imposed limitations, or simply just don’t “Know any better”
We’re gonna expand your comfort zone & definition of with what the impossible means.
WHAT is impossible?
What IS impossible?
What is IMPOSSIBLE?
- Matt Gill