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A ship in harbor is safe, but that's not why ships are built.
-- John Shedd
 

 

Thursday, January 2, 2003

What is possible

What is possible goes beyond what is possible at the moment or what has been possible in the past. What is possible also includes everything that can be made possible through effort, discipline, innovation and determination.

When your options are limited, consider what you could do to expand those options. When you’re not satisfied with any of the available possibilities, look for ways to make your own more favorable possibilities.

What is possible is not limited to what is convenient or what is comfortable or easy or immediate. Be willing to step out of your comfort zone, to expend some effort, to have some patience, and you’ll dramatically increase the positive possibilities.

Possibilities include more than the ready-made solutions, pre-packaged for your convenience. There is more to living your possibilities than simply choosing among the ones handed to you.

The best possibilities are often those that require significant effort and commitment on your part. Be willing to make your own possibilities, and you’ll be able to choose precisely the ones you desire.

— Ralph Marston

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