invincible [in-vin-suh-buhl] adj
1. incapable of being defeated; unconquerable
2. unable to be overcome; insuperable invincible prejudices
[from Late Latin invincibilis, from Latin in-1 + vincere to conquer]
invincibility , invincibleness n
Vince Papale knew exactly how to feel unstoppable in any situation. But sure it didn’t happen out of sudden. The story of a 30-year-old bartender from South Philadelphia who overcame long odds to play for the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles in 1976 was not his story as he told us about Invincible, a movie based on his story:
Invincible is not my story, it really isn’t… Invincible is about anybody… Invincible is about anybody who had a dream; Invincible is about anybody who had a goal; Invincible is about anybody who was told they weren’t good enough, that they didn’t have the right resume, that they didn’t come from the right neighbourhood, they were too young, they were too old… it’s never been done before… you don’t have the right pedigree… you grew up in the wrong neighbourhood… Invincible is about anybody that was told that they ‘couldn’t’… Invincible is about an underdog… who becomes top dog.
But, is it just a dream? A goal?
Mark Joyner has just sent me an email showing a spooky video explaining the ‘trick’ of being unstoppable on trek across America. He admitted that this video was part of his upcoming launch of The Simple Science of Invincibility. Watching those videos (other video can be seen after you sign up for launch notification), I’m very much convinced that this will be valuable in explaining what Vince Papale and many others had got to achieve their dreams.
If you don’t know who Mark Joyner is, I suggest you to take a look at his Simpleology course (don’t worry, this one is free), and make full use of his Simpleology tools. It is believed that millions of people are using his course on daily basis and many of them have reported a significant result on their lives.