0085: The Difference Between “Difficult” And “Impossible”



Show notes:

Hey there, hero!

In another episode of this podcast, I talked about the difference between “easy” and “straightforward.”

That got people thinking about how they start new processes and how they look at how long getting good at something can take.

Let’s flip that on the head, and help you ease the burden of something that appears to be extraordinarily daunting – let’s look at “difficult” versus “impossible.”

Ever decide something just wasn’t worth trying because you labeled it “impossible?” Were you able to do it anyway? Let me know in the comments below.

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  1. This helped me to get my mindset into a reasonable and doable mode first before making a game plan. I tend to go in too many directions and lose my point of focus due to the “impossible dream” factor. So I tend to procrastinate or give up! Thank you! This helped!