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One Impossible Thing

As I am writing this I am looking out of Vida e caffe in Parktown North Jo’burg.  I never thought that this day would come and I also did not think that I would enjoy it as much as I do.  In this line of thought – things that seem highly unlikely – I want to talk about the impossible.
In my line of work I deal with a lot of people that go through impossible situations on a daily basis.  I am a facilitator and a guide for entrepreneurs, for those of you who don’t know.  I am on a journey to transform South African society through transforming business.  Some might say this is impossible…
The tricky thing is that I can only achieve my goal if I convince others that they can do this as well.  It’s kind of like starting a virtuous circle that becomes self-sustainable.  My sole purpose for getting up in the morning and throwing myself into life with vigour and discipline is awaiting and creating opportunities to communicate to the entrepreneurs I work with their current worth and future potential so that they believe it themselves.

Through this I hope to assist them in identifying the one thing in their business/industry that is impossible to do but if they could do it would blow people’s minds.  Think about it:  A whole army of entrepreneurs that have at their core a desire to use their business to transform a country.  Businesses that do things in excellence and far reaching creativity that stands for life and all that is big, bold and awesome.

The reason I am writing this is off course in line with what I said in my previous post and that it is about going from survive to alive.  I therefore pose the same question to you my reader: what is the one thing that is impossible to do (in your field, job, something you are passionate about, etc.) that if you could do it would blow people’s minds?
If you need some help you should consider Chris Guillebeau’s Brief Guide to World Domination (follow this link) which I am currently featuring on the Find Your Voice page on this blog.

Until next month…