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Impossible Job

If you’d like to make $25,000 in one month, I’ve got the job for you.

Impossible, you say?

Not at all. All you must do is get hired for a fishing trawler off Alaska.

Today marks Day 11 of our 17-day multi-media seminar on “How to Do the Impossible.” I’m blogging here at Total Game Plan, and motivational genius Rob Gilbert is delivering great material on his daily Success Hotline at (973) 743-4690.

Yes, if you want to make impossible amounts of money, you can get hired on an Alaskan fishing vessel.

There’s a catch, of course. Few jobs are harder. You’re cold and wet the whole time. You’ll be sleep-deprived because there’s barely enough time to eat. And you’ll have to relieve yourself over the side of the boat, because bathroom break are out of the question.

Still interested?

Many people are. They endure the discomfort, then collect their money.

That’s the secret of doing the impossible.

“Be comfortable being uncomfortable,” says self-help author Peter McWilliams. “It may get tough, but it’s a small price to pay for living a dream.”

At its core, doing the impossible is a choice.

A loser says, “It may be possible, but it’s too difficult.”

A winner says, “It may be difficult, but it’s possible.”

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