It took decades for someone to finally break the 4 minute mile (Roger Bannister 1954). It took 46 days for the next person to not only break the 4 minute mile but to run faster than the previous mark. Within a year, three people broke the 4 minute mile in one race. Within the next 50 years, over a thousand people broke the previously "impossible" 4 minute mile. We all set limits on ourselves and deem it impossible to accomplish certain tasks. Two solutions: first, look to others who have accomplished the task before and realize that the task is indeed possible, and/or take a risk and realize that failure from attempting is much better than living your life in fear of failure and never giving yourself an opportunity to accomplish what you desire. "The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible.” Arthur C. Clarke
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