Impossible is Nothing!

Have Some Fun!



The way “fun” is utilized exhibits its dissimilar subtlety. Outflows, for example, “Have fun!” and “That was fun!” demonstrate that fun is charming, individual, and to some degree capricious. Representations, for example, “I was making fun of myself” pass on the feeling that fun is something that could be entertaining and not to be considered important. The descriptive word “interesting” has two significances which frequently need to be cleared up between a speaker and audience. One importance is “interesting, funny, and comical” and the other significance is “odd, eccentric, and unconventional”. These contrasts show the transient and experiential nature of fun.  Fun’s dissipation might be seen when a movement viewed as fun gets objective turned. Numerous physical exercises and distinctive games are viewed as fun until the member tries to win a rivalry, at which focus, a great part of the fun may vanish as the distinct center tightens. The delight of fun could be seen by the various endeavours to bridle its certain affiliations. Case in point, there are numerous books on genuine subjects, about aptitudes, for example, music, arithmetic and dialects, regularly truly troublesome to ace, which have “fun “added to the title. How about doing the absolute impossible and having fun while at it?

Use your Brain

When everyone is telling you that you can’t do it and you still go ahead and do it! What could be better than that? What could be better than proving yourselves out there? Of course, doing the impossible is fun and a hell and lot of fun. Afraid! No need to be…. your brain is ready for it. Yes, human brain gets stimulation out of doing the impossible and is always ready for it. We know that the human brain is a powerful organ, but many of us aren’t aware of how much the mind is truly capable of — and much more powerful it can become through deliberate training. By exercising the brain, we can achieve what may have previously seemed nearly impossible. A multitude of studies have linked meditation with both physical and mental health benefits, from reduced depression and anxiety to improved immune system functioning. And thanks to a line of research that looks at the brain power of of Buddhist monks — who have devoted their lives to the practice of meditation, compassion and non-attachment — we now know that the brain changes that result from years of mindfulness practices can be staggering.

Sometimes, it just seems impossible and it isn’t really all that impossible. In such case, you might want to go ahead and give it a try. You never know what you might end up doing. After all, if you succeed at it, it is the best feeling of all. Also, trying hard is always better than completely giving up. Hence, go ahead and give it a try and some good may come off it. If nothing, you will learn to recognise your capabilities and your weaker areas and where you need to work. Moreover, with the brain training method, not many people have gone wrong. In fact, monks have known to rewire their brains using the above method. Thus, wire your brain to believe you can do it and things will no longer seem impossible.

Yes, it is possible because impossible is “I’m” Possible!

Make it possible


Anything is possible. That “insane” business thought you have. Running a marathon when you quickly get winded climbing the stairs at work or taking a year off to venture to the far corners of the planet. An astonishing association with the incredible fellow you’re persuaded doesn’t exist. It’s possible, yes it is! The main thing between where you are presently and having, making, completing and finishing those apparently inconceivable things is your conviction that it’s definitely not possible. t was accepted to be incomprehensible. No one could run a four-moment mile… until one day in 1954; Roger Bannister ran the mile in 3:59.4. Also you know what happened next? Another person ran the mile in under four minutes… accompanied by numerous others. Since all of a sudden, they knew it was conceivable, so they did it. Anyhow imagine a scenario in which we only remove that center step – holding up for another person to demonstrate that it is possible. Why not do that yourself?

It’s conceivable on the grounds that by general law, when it’s something you’re determined to make in your life or self, you’ve been talented with all the essential instruments, abilities, drive and associations you have to get it going. You’re not put here with a head to make something for yourself unless you were likewise given all that you have to do it. When you do the incomprehensible, you’ll at last see that anything you need to do is inside you. It simply takes drive, devotion, enthusiasm and the right mentality.


Dr Prem Jagyasi

Dr Prem is an award winning strategic leader, renowned author, publisher and highly acclaimed global speaker. Aside from publishing a bevy of life improvement guides, Dr Prem runs a network of 50 niche websites that attracts millions of readers across the globe. Thus far, Dr Prem has traveled to more than 40 countries, addressed numerous international conferences and offered his expert training and consultancy services to more than 150 international organizations. He also owns and leads a web services and technology business, supervised and managed by his eminent team. Dr Prem further takes great delight in travel photography.

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