You do what needs done, regardless of possibility. Because 90% (or more) of what you think impossible, is not. Move beyond doubt and indecision into a realm of higher achievement. Miller explains: a 110-pound woman believes she is incapable of physically confronting a 250-pound male attacker. However, an 8-pound enraged cat can tear the same man to shreds. Shed your preconceptions about what is and is not possible, cast aside your beliefs of what is probable, and abandon your previous sense of what is real.
Miller calls this the “twilight zone” of reality. Superhuman, beyond-belief things happen, such as Miller reacting with more swiftness or strength or speed or dexterity than the laws of physics seem to allow. His takeaway from these peak performance experiences moves from “how did that happen?” to “why don’t I do that all the time?” Give yourself permission to do the impossible, then do it all the time.
From September 2010, http://raising-a-man.tumblr.com