What Does Impossible Mean To You?

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The Job Window

Audrey Hepburn’s life was full of achievements. In her Wikipedia entry her occupations are listed as: Actress (1948 – 89), Humanitarian (1988 – 92). During Hollywood’s golden age, the American Film Institute ranked her as the third-greatest female screen legend. As a humanitarian, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition for her work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.


Restored, renewed, revived

“People, even more than things have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed and redeemed. Never throw anyone out.” Those weren’t just words for Audrey Hepburn they were an expression of how she lived her life. She believed in herself and she believed in others.


Taking control

The beautiful thing about, “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says I’m possible,” is the way it encourages people to take control of their lives. Not an attitude of I hope or I wish, but one of I can, or I’m going to try because my ambitions are possible.


When you catch yourself saying something is impossible, rewind the thought in your head or the words coming out of your mouth and reclaim them by switching impossible out for I’m possible.


Dance your heart out

See for yourself exactly what is possible. And then, “Darling, don’t ever be too shy to dance your heart out.”