In My Life Nothing Is Impossible; Right Information
Information is key when making assertions, tell a village man who has never seen or heard of mobile phones before that it is possible to commuunicate with someone over a thousand kilometers, from the palm of one’s hand, and I can bet 100%, his answer will be, “it is impossible”. A saying goes, ” we cannot be wiser than what we don’t know”, better put, ‘what we don’t know, would always be beyond us’. When people say something is impossible, it simple shows their level of understanding, awareness, self discipline and mental preparedness.
If it wasn’t achieved, it wasn’t because it was impossible but because no one has learned enough to get it right.
Remember, nothing is impossible, often times we just haven’t found a way around it yet. When people come with ideas that look daunting, the debate shouldn’t be about the possibilities, the focus should be on the questions that can unlock the mysteries surrounding the ideas; information on the right tools to use, technologies, sacrifices required, what others have done before in those lines, their failures and how you can consolidate. If it wasn’t achieved, it wasn’t because it was impossible but because no one has learned enough to get it right.
Stories abound about people who have achieved what many others have tagged impossible at one time or the other; as individuals or as a team. Your dream won’t be an exception, but aside from being willing to get it right, you must be ready to do enough to get it right. Information opens the right doors, shows you where and when to go, teaches you what and when to do, equips you with what and when to say it… information perfects your timing (the when factor). Information also helps with the what, where, why and how of your dreams, the questions that unlocks impossibilities and take you to the realm of possibilities.
Open your mind, get as much information as you can on that dream of yours; formal and informal information, share from others experiences, learn from your mistakes, find out “the why” of other people’s failures, be ready to accommodate initial failures of your own but be resolved to succeed in the end. You can do this, even if many others have failed at it.
Your dream won’t be an exception to those success stories you have heard, but aside from being willing to get it right, you must do enough to get it right.
Trust me, if you are equipped with the right information; about your dream, about what you are capable of and how you can enhance that skill of yours to make it efficient for what must be achieved, you will have faith in yourself, you will see things from a whole new perspective and you will agree with me and say to yourself that “in my life nothing is impossible”.