How to Find Your Possibility Model

How to Find Your Possibility Model

How to Find Your Possibility Model

While often referred to as a role model or muse, there’s something about the phrase “possibility model” that excites us. It’s charged with feelings of hope for something previously unseen.

June 30, 2023

Words by Marbury Team

Photo by Daniel Farò

We first encountered the term a few days ago, and it stopped us in our tracks. A possibility model is defined as someone who exhibits to you what is possible for yourself. Whether this is a distant figure you’ve only met through screens or a personal relationship in your life, this person possesses characteristics that inspire you forward in your own endeavors. They remind you of what the human spirit can achieve. 

While often referred to as a role model or muse, there’s something about the word possibility that captured us. It’s charged with feelings of hope and motivation for something previously unseen. It also creates a sort of closeness between you and the model. While a role model feels untouchable and abstract, the possibility model is within reach. It affirms that your far-out, radical vision isn’t as crazy as you once thought. It’s a possibility. 

So, how do you go about identifying a possibility model? 

While a role model feels untouchable and abstract, the possibility model is within reach.

 

 

First, you could take the aspirational approach. Who is someone that carries the lifestyle, characteristics, and achievements that you desire? Who do you admire? Who do you find yourself continuously returning to for inspiration? Whoever your mind goes to, let them be your model. Instead of looking at them with a sense of envy or frustration, see them as a mirror. They are not your competition but your co-creator. Everything they’ve achieved is proof of what you can achieve through similar dedication.

The second way to approach this is by seeking a more personal muse. A possibility model doesn’t have to be a popular figure or elevated personality. In fact, it may be more tangible and influential to enlist an involved model. This is where mentorship and consulting can play a role. 

We often limit the scope of our potential based on what people around us are doing. And, if you’re like most individuals, you did not grow up in a sea of entrepreneurs and creatives. Therefore, it can be hard to expand that realm of capability. 

Having a guide in your life who can see you without filters and speak to your potential is invaluable. They’re able to meet you with their own lived experiences and provide thoughtful, anticipatory, and holistic advice to support you in your process. Having consistent, high-touch access to this kind of guide creates an atmosphere of reinforcement. Your mind is constantly confronted with excitement for what could be and contentment with what is. The more time you spend with models of possibility, the more attainable your big visions feel.

Our 1:1 Consulting offer meets you in this need, offering you a safe container for reflection, ambition, and strategy. Our founder, Jessica Comingore, steps in to mirror what’s possible for your brand and deepen your frame for success. Through careful listening, brand strategy, and marketing solutions, she provides everything you need to approach your business with clarity and confidence. If you’re interested in exploring this offer, click here, we would love to start a conversation.

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