should never say:
can't do it.
It won't work.
These expressions can be translated into one single word:
capitulation and this is a mindset that will prevent us from
finding a solution
we’re dealing with. So let's try to find another
translation. Instead of saying, “That’s impossible,” we
could say, "Well, it might work if..." Instead of saying,
"No way," we could say, "Let's find a way to..." and instead
of "I can't do it," let's use "I can at least
Impossible is a word only to be found in the dictionary of
you ever thought why some people are
are not? Unsuccessful people accept a "No" and successful
ones don't. They don't use negative expressions and instead
look for a solution.
is a little story from my ebook,
Don't Take No for an Answer!
employees of a shoe factory were sent by their director to
Africa to investigate the possibilities of opening up a
branch office. One wrote in his report, "Not worth doing
anything... here they all go barefoot." His colleague began
with the words, "Huge potential..."
They're always two
ways to look at a problem. Which one do you choose?
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