Consider that asking yourself the question “Is it possible” will keep you stuck in the results that you have always had. Now, would you consider shifting that question a bit to “How can I accomplish my unreasonable goal?” Like my friend Dan Tocchini says, “I’d rather fail at the impossible then succeed at the probable”. It often pays better too.
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Jevon Perra: Spirit seeker, Light worker, healer, human behavior teacher, speaker, pastor, coach.