"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 the 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 ‘ole 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, but I only recently (September 2020), made it public. 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."