Today the great Roger Bannister died.
Bannister was the guy who in 1954 achieved what virtually the entire word said was impossible.
He ran a mile in under 4 minutes.
The running experts said it couldn’t be done.
The physiology experts said a human could not move at that speed for that long.
But Roger Bannister believed it was more than possible, he believed that he himself would do it.
And when, on 6 May 1954 he did achieve the impossible, something amazing happened.
Only 46 days later, John Landy also did it.
Then the following year 2 people achieved the ‘impossible’
And Roger Bannister became the symbol of a very important idea.
Your expectation hugely affects your results.
Or as Henry Ford put it, “If you think you can or you can’t, you’re right.”
So take a moment to think of Roger Bannister today.
And how that idea could apply currently in your own life.
You can do it.