Every time you do something impossible, a little voice in the back of your head pipes up. Sometimes the voice is loud. Sometimes it’s soft. But it’s always there.
I’m not fast enough to run an ultra marathon.
I don’t have the kind of body you need to get abs or lose weight.
I don’t have rich parents, so I can’t start my own venture-backed company.
I’m too tall, too short, too skinny, too fat.
Whichever reasons it gives, the voice is always saying:
I can’t do it.
I don’t have enough experience.
I’m not strong enough.
I’m not smart enough.
But I will be able to soon.
See how everything changes?
Who you were ≠ who you are.
Who you are ≠ who you can become.
“Everything is impossible until it’s done.” – Nelson Mandela