Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. ~ George Bernard Shaw


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Achieving the impossible requires insanity

Achieving the impossible requires insanity

posted by Dave Dame date-icon September 21, 2014

Last week I achieved one of my goals. I set a goal out thirteen months ago to be able to walk 5 km to raise money for cancer research. Having cerebral palsy and spending the majority of my day in a power wheelchair makes this goal seems unrealistic or possibly insane. Maybe it was… But achieving this last week puts it in perspective...doesn't it?

Throughout my life I have had to find different creative ways to be able to achieve the things I want in life. This forced me to leverage out-of-the-box thinking, technology, and to develop a way to engage everything around me to be able to accomplish the things that I want to do. I had to find new ways to be able to dictate written correspondence, I've had to leverage different ways of thinking to achieve what was expected of me. Leveraging all of this I have became an effective change agent in helping organizations increase their efficiency and productivity by setting unrealistic expectations and coming up with creative ways to do things, a skill that I have developed in finding creative ways to do things that they previously never thought of within the organization. To help people in the teams to embrace unrealism and insanity to accomplish amazing results.

Last week made me realize that being a little insane not only helped me achieve my goals, but it has an impact on others in helping them get confidence, motivation, and inspiration to achieve their goals which seem impossible to them.

I challenge you to be a little bit insane. I challenge you to be a little unrealistic. This way you can take the first step of discovering what is really possible for yourself and open up the avenues to other things in your life.

Insanely yours…

Until next time…