Stephen Duneier defies definition: he’s an artist and engineering professor. He learned how to fly planes acrobatically, drum, fly a helicopter, speak German, rock climb, auto race and even crochet. In fact, he holds the Guinness World Record for crocheting the largest granny square. How does this man who couldn’t focus as a child do it all? He breaks every task down into small, manageable tasks and then makes marginal improvements along the way. This system ups the odds of success exponentially. In this humorous, inspiring TEDx Talk, he explains his process and how he (a man he describes as possessing no talent) and you can achieve what feels impossible.