“I can’t do that. I’ve tried it before and it didn’t work.”
“I don’t have the skills”
“I won’t be able to do it”
I believe apostrophe t should be removed from our language. That’s right. All those don’t, won’t, can’t, shouldn’t, couldn’t, wouldn’t words should simply go the way of the dinosaur.
How many times have you, or someone you know, used the apostrophe t reason or excuse for not doing something?
So many people are willing to quickly tell you why they “can’t”. I say: YES YOU CAN.
Whatever you set your intention and mind to, make a decision and then take action, you CAN and WILL accomplish.
It’s when you let those pesky doubts and fears creep in…when you let those around you tear down your dreams…when you have self-doubt that it’s so much easier to say you can’t. And it’s easy to blame external circumstances – bumps in the road…disappointments…difficulties…for detouring back, sitting idle and not taking steps in the direction of your goals and dreams.
There’s a saying that goes: Many a false step was made by standing still.
Apostrophe t’s are excuses to stand still.
Will you stand still or move forward today? What decision have you made, and what’s the first step you’ll take TODAY in the direction of that decision?