I took my Customer Service Professional Class for a tour yesterday to the Toyota Financial Services Offices here in town. On the second floor was a full wall sized graphic with an incredibly futuristic concept car. One of my students was enraptured by the design, trying to figure out how one would even enter or exit it. I, on the other hand, was enraptured by the tag line: Challenge What is Possible.
Yes! Challenge what is possible.
I heard a variant on this years ago at a proposal workshop for a program we were pursuing with the company I worked for: Create the Art of the Possible.
Both are about thinking differently, refusing the status quo and moving beyond expected.
When I heard it years ago I remember feeling fired up – the phrase “the Art of the Possible” sparked something within and I knew there was something there for me.
Inspiration kicks down your door when it feels like it. Not always because you took a 3-day silent retreat or read the book to end all books. Sometimes it is a phrase seen or heard in passing.
I have been questioning some things, looking for confirmation and options and choosing forks in my path recently. Today I have deadlines to make decisions. I needed the reminder to look beyond expected, normal and safe.
Challenge what is possible. Beautiful words. How will you challenge what is possible today?
I am a certified personal and executive coach ruthlessly focused on helping people live awesome lives. I spent a large chunk of my life pursuing other people’s ideas of success and while those experiences were sublime in some cases, they weren’t the “more” I was seeking and I just never felt full. In 2011, I made the commitment to live life on my terms and everything changed. The life I love today was created and I am here to share and teach you exactly how to do the same for yourself.
I am founder of No Limits Life Empowerment Institute as well as a working glass artist, Reiki Master, Partner in Shaman Grocer in Iowa City, and Co-founder of the Midwest Reiki Festival. My favorite time is spent doing anything soccer related with my aspiring world cup soccer player, 10-year-old Alexander. I am also a pretty big fan of gaming (PS4) with my partner Craig while solving the world’s social problems. Learn more at http://www.nolimitslife.guru