Have you ever seen the Great Wall of China in person? What about the Pyramids in Egypt? Have you ever visited the Biltmore Estate in North Carolina or the Empire State Building in New York?

If you’ve seen any of these man-made creations up close and personal, you have no doubt been awestruck by the fact that, “Wow! Someone actually did that.” 

It’s amazing what people can do when they put their minds to something.

Think of the manpower it took to construct almost 6,000 miles of a stone wall that reaches heights taller than most office buildings here in the States. George Washington Vanderbilt built a 135,000 square foot estate on a mountain in North Carolina in the 1890s. The gardens at Biltmore alone are enough to make your head spin and say aloud, “Wow! Someone actually did that.”

But you know what? The doing of something remarkable is sometimes a lot easier than the thinking of something remarkable. Before the first stone was laid at the Great Wall; before the first seed was ever planted at Biltmore’s gardens; before the first what’s next became the current what’s now; someone actually thought that!

Think something remarkable today. You'll be amazed at what you can do.