Thanksgiving in America reminds me of two things: new beginnings for brave settlers and doing so against the odds. If those Pilgrims didn’t do the impossible, we wouldn’t all be here celebrating Thanksgiving with loved ones.
In a world of tough and rapidly changing (and deteriorating) economic times, people need to be reminded that they can do the impossible and make new beginnings – starting now. Author Patrick Bet-David captures this spirit in his book “Doing The Impossible.” Patrick came to the USA as a boy after his family fled Iran when the country collapsed. They immigrated legally, by the way, after waiting in Germany for nearly 2 years.
How thankful was Patrick? He joined the US Army after high school and served his “new” country in the 101st Airborne. Patrick is now a successful business owner in the financial services industry – he truly did the impossible and in his book he shares how others can do it too. Thanksgiving, indeed!
A Little Bit About This Uplifting Book:
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.
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