Do the Impossible

What a mind! Walt Disney’s achievements are a physical manifestation of his extraordinary mind. Truly remarkable.

Homeless and hungry at 16, Walt died in 1966 leaving behind The Walt Disney Company, which now has total assets estimated to be over $200 billion. More than that, he bequeathed to the world years of laughter and innocent pleasure.

But, reread his quote. “Do the impossible.” It’s so simple but packed with insight.

Who thinks doing the impossible is … even possible?

Who thinks that it could possibly be fun?

Well, if Walt did, maybe we should, too.

The “impossible” could be anything: a joyous family life; a strong career that supports you and those you love; or, maybe, making more friends who give you encouragement.

If you name the “impossible” and decide to make its achievement “fun,” there is no telling what you might do next.

Would it surprise you to learn that the inspiration to create MercurySaysPersonal was exactly that?

What’s impossible? To understand much more about people and to protect yourself from relationship failure by analyzing their messages in a totally new way. That was seemingly impossible.

Fun? To make the insights of MercurySaysPersonal utterly simple to learn and easy to follow. You’ll get the benefit of that “fun.”

Impossible and fun?

Use MercurySaysPersonal to experience both.