There are a number of things that can turn the possible to impossible and you largely control most of them. It’s starts with your frame but also to accomplish what matters you need to adopt a lifestyle as well as the commitment, grit and perseverance to succeed.
Maybe start here and check out my previous post on crushing doubt and reframing, that it’s expanding your belief system to include the possible:
After positioning yourself mentally to include the possible in your frame, you need to adopt a lifestyle that includes best practices around rituals, nutrition, fitness, rest and finally, getting positioned to win. Check out these 5 morning rituals that Rhett Power has identified as the simple basis of “super successful people”.
Finally, how about some tips on “accomplishing what matters” from a previous article that focuses on building a healthy lifestyle that adopts fitness, nutrition and rest. It has been said that happiness can be defined as good health and a bad memory. Inside this article you’ll also find a link to an important keynote presentation from performance scientist and guru Dr Julie Gurner with 8 simple tips that will improve your performance and your team’s performance. Who knew what temperature the room should be? What is the duration, in minutes, of the most successful meetings? Dr. Gurner has studied these questions and more. Take the time to check it out.
In the end, there are some very simple practices to move from the Impossible to Upossible as explored by Rhett Power and Dr Gurner. If you fall off the wagon, and we all fall off the wagon, don’t despair just find your restore point and work from there forward. Once you start there is no going back, only your new frame.
About Mike McNamara:
Mike has held C-Suite, Executive and Senior Sales, Marketing, Business Development, and General Management roles with Equifax, Cox Enterprises, WW Grainger, and Federal-Mogul Corporation. Mike has led sales, service and operations organizations of over 1,500 associates and accountable for P&L responsibility in excess of $250M.
Dedicated to giving back, Mike formed The MBAR Group in 2009 with the sole intent of providing pro bono career and business consulting services. Today he coaches a number of high profile media personalities as well as holding advisory board positions guiding a number of multimedia and small business startups.
Mike has a BS degree from Michigan State University, and MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. He is a past chapter President of the American Marketing Association. Mike and family split time between their adopted state of Missouri and family home in NW Michigan where their philanthropic causes include The Kingdom House – St Louis, BACN in Benzonia, MI., and Samaritan’s Purse, Boone NC.