A little boy in France founded a website dedicated to providing toy information at the age of seven. At that time, no one took him seriously, no similar company was against him, and no industry company would come to sign industry binding terms with him.
They believe that the website is just a child's game and cannot become anything. Unexpectedly, the result was unexpected. This little boy not only made the website bigger, but also, at the age of ten, he became the youngest millionaire in France through advertising.
In the eyes of children, there is no possibility or impossibility. If they like it, they do it. If you change to an adult, you probably have to look ahead and think carefully, and in the end, most likely give up. Because a website that provides toy information is likely to have no future in the eyes of adults.
However, what we believe to be impossible is often not the impossibility of the matter itself, but rather the limitation of our thinking that makes it impossible.
For thousands of years, humans have believed that it is impossible to run a mile in four minutes. However, in 1954, Roger Bannister broke this belief barrier and achieved this feat thanks to both physical hard work and spiritual breakthroughs.
Prior to this, he had repeatedly simulated running a mile in four minutes in his mind, and over time, he developed extremely strong beliefs. Bannister's record breaking had a huge impact on other athletes, with 37 people making the list in the following year, and as many as 300 people in the following year.
When people realize that what they think is "impossible" is actually possible, there is actually no longer the so-called impossible.
There is nothing impossible in this world. As long as you are willing to fully unleash your potential and dare to do what others think is impossible or impossible, you have achieved 60% success. A person who always likes to say 'impossible' must be a failure.
Because before doing anything, his first thought was the consequences of failure, and he had no courage to imagine the joy of success. In this way, he will constantly search for various difficulties as reasons to give up during the process of doing things, until the originally possible things become completely impossible.
'Impossible' is just an excuse for us to deceive ourselves and a stumbling block to our success. Only by overcoming the psychological factor of 'impossible' can we put our efforts into action and move towards our established goals.