Compelling reason

Hi Brooke

I’m hoping you can clarify something for me.

In your compelling reason podcast episode, you said that if you’re 100% committed to achieving your goal, no matter what, you would be willing to pay someone a large some of money (your example was $50,000) if you didn’t achieve it.

When it comes to an impossible goal is this still the case? Or is it that you need to be committed to 100 worthy fails, no matter what? I’m just having trouble reconciling the two, as the impossible goal is purposely a goal that I do not (yet) believe is possible to achieve and the purpose of the goal is not necessarily to achieve it. Or is committing to 100 worthy fails in 2018 the same thing as committing to achieving the goal?

Sam xx