Possibility Thinking (Part 2)

In part two of this series, John Maxwell shares that possibility thinking is the mindset that allows energy to build. He describes the four P’s of energy: possibility thinking, passion, praise, and progress. Tapping into all of these resources creates an ongoing cycle of energy, results, and growth.

Mark Cole and Richard Chancy ask the question, “What possibility is in your life, which with a little bit of thinking, could lead you to experiencing significance?” Mark shares the example of John entertaining the possibility of developing curriculum for youth just a few years ago, and now six million students are impacted by it around the world.

Our BONUS resource for this episode is the Possibility Thinking Worksheet. You can access the worksheet by clicking “Download the Bonus Resource” below.

4 thoughts on “Possibility Thinking (Part 2)”

  1. Dreams powered by possability thinking empowers our journey of transformation of my community of our country to add value to our children my utilizing positive marketing and networking connecting churches to organizations such as YMCa boys and girls clubs to inspire children to go after their dreams in creativity sports etc. Letting them know we care and we are here go support them. Transforming our schools alternative schools that every child has a story lets just not disguard them. No child should ever have to get a diploma in prison. Mentors are the way to teach and inspire influence dreams. Free sports training football soccer basketball mechanics poetry music let’s connect with their passion . Let’s inspire influence values and Gods grace.

  2. This episode truly made me re-think on how I am living my life and if I am actually using the different opportunities and possibilities that are presented to me. I want to be the elevator that goes up for my team. I want to learn how to be an effective encourager and uplifter to those around me.

    Thank you for enlightening me through this episode.

    1. Arnelia, thank you for reaching out and letting us know how the podcast is impacting you. It means so much to hear about the ways John’s teaching is adding value to others.

  3. This episode was great because it’s reminding of the elevator principle in encouraging and adding value to others each day. I’m going to make a point of praising and encouraging my team, family and friends more often.

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