I’ve been writing consistently now for a while and have learned that the written word has a bigger impact then I could have ever imagined. However, through writing I have also come to find that nothing truly elicits more emotion out of us or can inspire us to achieve more than a visual image to go with those words.
I have a theory that when you really suck at something you should hire someone that’s way better than you and then just get out of their way. So that’s exactly what I did.
I hired David Crandall of Brand Superpower to put together a visual presentation that I hope will inspire thousands…no…millions 😀 (I dream big) of people to understand that limits are something we create and are usually self-imposed, rooted in fear, self-doubt, and uncertainty. Needless to say he took my vision, ran with it, and knocked it out of the park.
Nine unique visionaries were kind enough to share their thoughts and give advice on how to push your limits and challenge yourself to do anything imaginable. Please feel free to visit them. Super cool peeps with even cooler stories to tell.
The imagery, quotes, and one final message from one of the greatest athletes and polarizing figures to ever walk this earth (goosebumps just thinking about it) are shared in this presentation.
I hope that it is something that resonates with you and you find the message behind it worthy of sharing with others.
- 1. You can download it and save it to your desktop by right clicking.
- 2. Share it on Facebook or twitter
- 3. Email it to a friend, family member, or random stranger you think could benefit from the message
The slideshare version is below. The picture above is also downloadable and easily shared.
Now go watch it and then live without LIMITS! What will you do next?
Again, a big thanks to
- David Crandall
- John Falchetto
- Joel Runyon
- Scott Dinsmor
- Ashley Ambirge
- Caleb Wojcik
- Matt Cheuvront
- Jodi Sagorin
- Tyler Tervooren
- Amber St. Peter
- Oliver Yu(for making me look pretty in that picture).
Again, please share with friends on Facebook, email, or download yourself to re-read when you need a pick me up.