Get into Momentum: Taking Imperfect Action
and Doing Your Impossible
“So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.” –Christopher Reeve
“What we can or cannot do, what we consider possible or impossible, is rarely a function of our true capability. It is more likely a function of our beliefs about who we are.” –Anthony Robbins
“Every noble work is at first impossible.” –Thomas Carlyle
Rock on, Rockstars!
We hope you all had amazing meetups and service projects and other gatherings last month for the fourth annual World Party. Now the question some of you might have is: how do I keep all this energy alive and momentum going for my people?
So, this month, we’ll be talking about getting into momentum, taking imperfect action, and beginning to do your impossible.
Below are all the instructions you need to be best prepared you can be, and you will find the Agenda and Worksheet for downloading (the full agenda is below, as well):
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At Live Your Legend, we’re all about Doing Your Impossible. It’s one of the most important pillars of the Passionate Work Framework, but sometimes it’s one of the hardest to do… because of a lack of belief in our own ability, or a fear of the uncertain, or a desire to be perfect (so we won’t be judged and found wanting)… or [insert your favorite fear or limiting belief here.]
This month’s theme is “Get into Momentum: Taking Imperfect Action and Doing Your Impossible.” We’ll talk about the (imperfect) actions we can take right now that will keep us moving forward in pursuit of our impossible, our dreams, and our calling.
Below is some optional guidance to set you up for success for the meetup and to enable you to effectively facilitate a discussion around getting into momentum!
Introduce yourself and share about the LYL movement and the purpose of the meetup (i.e. to support each other in finding and doing meaningful work). Feel free in this part to touch on the vision that Scott had and how together we will continue to grow that legacy. That together we really can change the world.
To keep this as succinct as possible, ask each person to introduce themselves and to briefly share why they came in a sentence or two.
Pass out the Milestone Worksheet and have everyone work through it, following the instructions on the worksheet.
Invite each person to share one action they will be taking before you meet again next month. Remind them they are responsible for making it happen AND the local group is behind them to achieve it. (It can also be helpful for them to find someone to buddy up with for accountability purposes.)