What does Doing the Impossible really mean? This book is for those who have a desire to achieve greatness and are ready to take the steps to turn that desire into a reality. At one point or another in this book, you will experience several different reactions - excitement, curiosity, joy, laughter, or even tears - but the ultimate goal is to encourage and challenge you to make a decision to do the impossible. That may have a totally different meaning to you than it did to Steve Jobs, Thomas Edison, or any of the other role models we will look at; but whatever Doing the Impossible means to you, the goal of this book is to help you realize that you have the capacity to do what the critics think is impossible. - Patrick Bet-David, Introduction to Doing the Impossible. Doing the Impossible is a roadmap for those who want to do something big with their lives. The book goes over 25 steps that the reader should take to re-create themselves, identify their cause, and make history. Patrick Bet-David shares his own impossible crusade and gives key principles for anyone looking to do the same.
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About the Author
Patrick Bet-David has been called a renaissance man because of his interesting philosophies on politics, sports, history, humor, and life. He has spoken in front of tens of thousands of people over the past thirteen years on these topics and more. Patrick Bet-David was born and raised in revolutionary Iran. He immigrated to the United States with his family at the age of twelve in 1990. Bet-David joined the U.S. Army in 1997, where he was stationed with the 101st Airborne Division. After he was discharged from the army, Bet-David got involved in the financial services industry. In October of 2009 Bet-David launched People Helping People Insurance Agency (also known as PHP) with a unique vision to restore America by bringing back the free enterprise system to American families. PHP now has agents in thirty-three states where they market life insurance, annuities, and other financial instruments to families.
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Book has great content and I enjoyed every single second of reading it!
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I love forward thinking, positive business and career books that buck popular trends - "Doing the Possible: 25 Laws" is definitely one of those. This book challenges you to look beyond your current situation or what got you there (don't dwell on the past) and take positive steps to move yourself to a new and better place. Something may look impossible for YOU - but that's the point: doing the impossible in YOUR life. Is the economy booming? No. Is unemployment going down? Not really. If you sit and look and those negative things, you will think is it not possible to move ahead and do anything. Doing the Impossible presents 25 "laws for doing the impossible" arranged into 3 sections that I interpreted as "Ready - Set - Go!" If you don't think you can do the impossible in your life - you are wrong. This book provides a road-map to change your outlook and get moving on a plan. Any plan is better than doing nothing and the book encourages you to surround yourself with creative, encouraging people and make your own plan. Want to do the impossible and change your life? This book is a great place to start.