You Are Intrepid
For the great ones, there is no goal they can’t achieve, no mountain they can’t climb. Nothing is a roadblock or a problem. The great ones understand when they come to a roadblock, they simply take a detour.
They understand that a challenging objective is like strenuous exercise. It makes you stretch. The great fundraisers aren’t afraid to think beyond their dreams. They understand that if you can dream it, you can make it so.
The great ones see a towering objective as an opportunity to be tested and reached. An exciting hurdle. A fence to be climbed. They have the zeal and spirit of a missionary.
They are willing to bite off more than they can chew. And chew it. The great fundraisers understand that every bold accomplishment begins with the decision to try.
In the Meditations of Don Quixote, José Ortega y Gasset wrote: “The hero is someone who is in continual opposition to status quo, willing to risk it all, to dare.”