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From possible to Impossible to I'm possible. Monday May 8, 2017

Hope dawns with a sense of what is possible.

POSSIBLE

Then experience and naysayers work their dark arts, and often two simple letters are added to that possibility: I and m:

IMPOSSIBLE

This is where most people stall and stop.

But there is magic in movement and in punctuation.

Keep the lessons learned from impossibility thinking - it's a phase we all go through - but move your perspective.

"It's just a jump to the left!"

Move your I and m a couple of spaces to the left, and a new kind of possibility emerges.

Add an apostrophe and you'll avert a catastrophe:

I'M POSSIBLE

Shift Happens!

Shift happens, folks! It happens first between our ears in that marvellous muscle called your brain. And it takes some muscle to move the I and m to the left, and then to pull in that apostrophe that averts the catastrophe.

Here's a muscle building question for you:

"I know what you want is impossible, but if it was possible, how could you make this work for you?"

Now, go!

Work miracles!!

Everything is possible for those who believe!!!

Lex
A Moodscope member.

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