Discover more from Scott’s Daily Blog
Impossible Is Temporary
Roger Bannister broke the four-minute mile.
Impossible, they said. Not in this lifetime, they believed.
Then bang – he did it. Months later, others followed.
Roger Bannister didn't just break a record; he shattered a belief system.
You can relate to this in business.
Ever thought your project was impossible? That big win was unattainable? You need perfect timing, perfect market, perfect everything?
Roger didn't think so. And neither should you.
Consider Tesla. They believed in electric cars when the world laughed. Now, it's no longer a dream; it's the future.
Or Netflix. Who thought mailing DVDs would turn into streaming empires? They did.
Roger's run is more than a milestone. It's a metaphor.
What you believe to be true shapes what's possible. Not just for you, but for the world around you.
Impossible is temporary.
"Every record is destined to be broken," says Serena Williams.
And the funny part? The real irony?
Once you do it, others follow.
You don't just win for yourself; you win for everyone who dared to dream after you.
You change the game. Not just your game, THE game.
Here's the rub:
What if your next big win is the world's Roger Bannister moment? What if your success opens doors, not just for you, but for countless others? What if your breakthrough becomes humanity's leap forward?
Your "impossible" could be the key. Your "impossible" might be the next milestone. Your "impossible" can redefine what's possible.
So, the next time doubt creeps in, the next time the road seems too hard, remember Roger and his mile.
Run your race. Break your barriers. Shatter your "impossible."
Because when you do, the world might just run with you.
And that's not just a win. It's a revolution.