“Start by doing what is necessary, then what is possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” – St. Francis of Assisi
The winning of a Super Bowl Championship is not achieved solely by the playing of one game, nor even one season’s worth of games, but a career’s worth of passes, catches, footsteps, and tackles. The discovery of a cure for any disease is not simply mixing the right components together and saving the world, but a series of methodical experiments, formulas, research, and equations. As they say in Hollywood, it takes several years to become an overnight success.
With anything we attempt to achieve, any goal we intend to conquer, we must remember a few things. First, any goal that we imagine is attainable. Second, it may not be attainable in the time we imagine. Third, reaching our goal is based on a series of simple actions, none any more or less important than the rest. And last, your goal will almost always align with the goals of others, so as you help them reach their goals, they will help you reach yours.