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Anything Is Possible:  How to Achieve Your Goals and Chase Your Dreams by Kevan Lee

Rest, and think.

What does your ideal day look like? When do you wake up? Who do you spend time with? What do you do?

What does your ideal work look like? What do you create? How does it make you feel? Where are you when you’re creating it?

What is your ideal life?

Picture it. Embrace it. Bear hug the living daylights out of it.

Then go out and get it.

You can be anything you want to be

seems impossible, right? At the very least impractical. People don’t
just visualize what they want and then get it. This ain’t the movies.

This is real life, and we don’t always get what we want.

Well …

What if we’re wrong?

know the oft-debunked motivational quote that we can “be anything we
want to be”? Malcolm Gladwell took a sledge to that notion in his book Outliers,
arguing essentially that we are tied down to a particular path based on
the uncontrollable elements of our lives—place of birth, time of birth,
early education, etc.

cannot be anything we want to be unless the thing that we want to be is
also the thing our parents thought we might want to be and they just so
happened to move, organize, and plan life perfectly so we were in the
right place at the right time.

It all makes sense in theory. There are elements outside our control that send us down a path.

Read the full article here.

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