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One of my favorite quotes is by Eleanor Roosevelt and she wrote, you must do what you cannot do. And as a benefit, if you do what you cannot do. You'll develop your strength, character, confidence, and belief. You're listening to the sales life, a top 5% podcasts in the world. And I'm your host Marsh Buice you can watch today's episode by searching the sales life on YouTube and also get snippets of the show wherever you like to hang out on social media, just search my name and let's connect. If you want to have more, do more, be more than say no more. Let's get on with today's episode. So let me get this right. Do what you cannot do fail and I'll develop strength by getting back up. Fail and I'll develop confidence because I pushed myself beyond the fear fail, and I'll realize that, you know what, that wasn't so bad. I survived. And my beliefs begin to change and shift in such ways that I say, you know what, maybe I can do this. Do what you cannot do. And when you fail my reputation about myself and to others is elevated. Do what you cannot do is like life gave you a hall pass and said, go ahead, do it fail and I'll reward you with strength, character, confidence, and belief. It's like, there's a pot of gold on the other side that no one wants, because they're so scared of failing. But if I fail. I'm rewarded with strength, with character, with confidence and belief. Yeah. Yeah. You got the right. I mean, name one person right now who doesn't wish that they were strong. And they were more confident that their belief system wasn't different are they at had the reputation of being unflappable and it's all right there on the other side of doing what you cannot do, how rewarding is that one 1 fail, four benefits? Let me ask you a question. When's the last time you did something for the first time. Do what you cannot do. I got another question for you too. The last time you failed, you may have to think back on that one, but the last time you failed, how fast did you run back at it again? The only thing I would change in Mrs. Roosevelt quote, would be to add the word repeatedly because that's the qualifier to developing strength, character, confidence, and belief. It ain't one and done. It's something that you must repeatedly do what you cannot do. I mean, I think about it like this doing what you cannot do is like trying that new exercise at the gym. Right. I mean, on the video, they made it look so easy, but when it came to you actually doing. Damn bro, you look terrible. You feel stupid, awkward. You look kinda dumb at the gym. People are kinda looking around to see if anybody else is staring at you, but you go ahead and you bang out a few sets of that. The next workout, even though your internal chatter system is saying, nah, don't you do it. Didn't work. You go back at it and you do that exercise again. And this time it's not quite so bad in two weeks later, man. You're so good at it that you're showing others how to do your new favorite exercise. And here's the added benefits, both inside and out. You now look and feel different. That's confidence. You've developed new muscle definition. That's stength. Now you're scouring Instagram and Tik TOK for new exercises to do new belief. And you're becoming that go-to person that's character. See, I'd rather know that I can't through trying than think that I can't buy assuming. And where doing what you cannot do, brings the benefits of strength, character, confidence, and belief, not doing what I don't think I can do well. That bear has consequences of weakness. Lack of confidence. Doubt. And unreliable, not only to yourself, but others as well, do what you cannot do applies to all actions. If it's a well-known author, someone, no way they're going to be on my podcast. Do what you cannot do. Reach out. Asking that out of my league person out for dinner, do what you can not do. Throwing your name in the hat for the VP position that others have been here for decades. And you've only been here for a year. Do what you can not do you want to take on a new large sales territory? Do what you can not do calling on your competitors. Huge whale of an account. Do what you cannot do. Just do it. Let me ask you this. What's the worst that can happen. A no? A fail, but what's the benefit by repeatedly doing this over and over again, the pot of gold, baby! More strength, character, confidence, and belief I'm pulling for you. Remember the greatest sale that you'll ever make is a sale you want. Never settle. Keep selling no matter what. that's all the time that we have today. Let me know how your progress is going. You can find firstname.lastname@example.org. That's spelled M a R S H. 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