Last Updated on September 16, 2022
Have you ever asked yourself, “since when did impossible ever stop you?”? I‚m going to share with you my story of how Steve Jobs‚s Impossible Missions Force inspired people to achieve the unthinkable. Hopefully this story will inspire others to follow their dreams and do the same. After all, if you want something badly enough, you can achieve it. Since when did impossible ever stop you?
Jobs‚s (famous) ability to push people to do the impossible
Steve Jobs, the inventor of the Apple computer, was well known for his perfectionist tendencies. He once told his young son to put the same amount of care into building the back of the fence as he did the front. “Nobody will know,” he said. His father countered by telling him that a true craftsman would use quality wood for the back of the fence as he did for the front. That is the mark of an artist.
Inspire people: Steve Jobs‚s “reality distortion field” is known to have induced the “thinking-you-can-do-it” mentality in his employees. This ability explains his success in inspiring his people to achieve the seemingly impossible. His ability to inspire people to believe that no task is too difficult is often credited to his charisma and charm. Despite his arrogance and insistence on perfection, he managed to inspire and motivate people to reach the top of their game.
Impossible Missions Force
The second series of “Mission: Impossible” took liberties and stretched the boundaries of the genre. In its first season, the Impossible Missions Force was a small group of covert government agents. They faced off against a variety of enemies, including hostile Iron Curtain governments, Third World dictators, and organizations of evil. The series featured a team similar to Phelps, which had to work in tandem to accomplish their missions.
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