Earlier today I got this tweet from David and he got me started thinking. I actually had a whole different post planned for today, but I think this is a really, really good question that deserves an answer.[blackbirdpie id=”28046401471″]
For those of you that can’t read the embedded tweet, he asked
@joelrunyon – question: at what point does one admit, ” this thing IS impossible,” and give up? And how does one regroup.after failure?
I know a lot of people don’t like it when people question their message, idea or opinions, but I find that truth isn’t afraid of dissent or questions. Honestly, if you’re worried about someone questioning your beliefs or voicing their own, maybe your beliefs weren’t really that strong to begin with. With that in mind.
I want to know what you think
- Is anything really impossible? Are we really capable of anything?
- If so, where do you draw the line? When do you give up? When do you quit?
- If you do quit, how do you go about it and how do you regroup afterwards?
- Does failing at one impossible thing mean you have to start being “realistic”?
Comment below with your answers and I’ll round up the best answers and feature them here next Thursday, October 28th along with my own view and hopefully we’ll end up with some great impossible ideas from not just myself, but you guys.
Also, please feel free to share this if you’re so inclined. We can all benefit from others opinions & views, even if we don’t necessarily agree with them.
Keep doing the impossible.[Photo by Michaelangelo]