Just do it.

Three words you have to keep in mind to do what is not humanly possible.

In 1954, Roger Bannister broke down the universal belief that it wasn’t humanly possible to run a mile in less than four minutes. What was humanly impossible is now under Olympic standards.

You will meet people who will tell you what you cannot possibly do. Most of them are well-intention people. They are telling you what they believe to be true. But it is likely that they are mistaken. It was true for them because they failed and never tried again. Or because they have never tried at all. To make impossible possible is simple:

Just do it.

You may not be able to accomplish your goal at first. But you eventually will.

Make a habit of doing the things that unsuccessful people don’t like to do. Get your hands dirty. Focus your time and effort on things that losers avoid. Break the barrier.

Just do it.

That’s how we will change the world.