"When you lift the limits of your thinking, you expand the limits of your life. It's only when you can imagine a bigger life that you can ever hope to have one." - Gary Keller and Jay Papasan
I got this idea from Thomas Frank who "got the idea from Joel Runyon, who created the world’s first impossible list and defined the difference between it and a regular bucket list. Put simply, the impossible list is an ever-evolving list of experiences that build upon each other, help others as well as yourself, and implore you to take action."
I've been maintaining this list since Fall 2017, and made it public in September 2020. It's served to continually expand my sense of what is possible.
I hope this inspires you to make your own list and rethink what "impossible" really means.
REMEMBER: ALL LIMITATIONS ARE SELF-IMPOSED. You decide what is possible.
Quoting Gary Keller and Jay Papasan's, The ONE Thing, "individuals with written goals were 39.5% more likely to succeed... Individuals who wrote their goals and sent progress reports to friends were 76.7% more likely to achieve them."