11/12/2015

Topic 18: GO THROUGH LIFE KNOCKING OUT “T” FROM YOUR “CAN’T”

Is hope alive? I will rather die trying than telling myself “I can’t”. Tell me I can’t do this and I will show you 1001 reasons why it could be done. The phrase “you can’t” is normal for people to say, but it would be abnormal for your brain to interpret it as “I can’t”.

 A negative mind doesn’t lead a positive life, and a negative life doesn’t have a positive mind. 90% of people who fail today, in one dealing or the other, are those who predict "they can’t" even before they do. They are the ones that fill their mind with IMPOSSIBILITIES and other negative thoughts.


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Ø    How positive are you in your dealings with life and people?
Ø   How positive are you when people call you “a born by mistake”?
Ø    How positive are you when thinking about the future task?
Ø    How positive are you when thinking about your
future?
Ø    How positive are you when people say you can’t?
Ø    How positive are you when people do not believe in your dreams?
Ø   How positive are you when chasing your dreams?
Ø   How positive are you when the future looks bleak?
Ø   How positive are you when the hope seems gone?


They are the ones that never believe in themselves and their intrinsic abilities because people refused to believe in them. They are the ones with very low self-esteem. They are the ones that underestimates themselves even before people do. They are the ones that condone intimidation easily (Is hope alive?).

I did one exam few years back, and the scenario made me believe that humans give themselves limitation because of ignorant. The exam questions numbered from 1 to 100, and the time for it was just 50 minutes. Before the exams, friends told me that passing the exams is impracticable and not feasible. I said to myself I have already failed the exam, and eventually I did. Not because the questions were tough, but because I told myself I can’t from the onset. The negative thought drenched my mind, and when the questions arrived, I couldn’t solve the them correctly; not because the questions were tough, but because I felt I wouldn’t pass anyway.

What you cannot achieve today is not because you cannot or you are not capable to, but because you feel it is impossible for you to achieve. Looking down on yourself may prevent you from taking the positive decisions when you ought not to. Never say never when people tell you never, you can’t (is hope alive?).
                                                                                             

                                                                                                    BY: OLUKAYODE FADAIRO

2 comments

your write-ups has really been useful to me. thank you so much

Abulity Felix

Being seriously moving ahead not looking back it will be possible (only with God)


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