You Can’t Do That

Ever notice that the people telling you, “You can’t do that,” are the same ones not achieving at anything. Just because they don’t, can’t, and won’t does that mean you should not.

See their fear of being ridiculed or failing prevents them from taking action. But you are better.  You know that with each failure you’re learning a lesson on how to make it work. Thomas Edison famously said before creating the light bulb, “I haven’t failed.  I just found 10,000 ways that don’t work.”

Next time someone says to you, “You can’t do that!”   Show them how wrong they are.  Let them see what you’re made of and give them something to aspire to.

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