Experience shows that real wisdom doesn’t come from faux-exotic pastries. But the truth is, if a naysayer is getting in the way of your progress, tune them out and keep going. (Mr. Churchill already made that point last week, but it bears repeating.)
If you’re the naysayer, keep it to yourself. Go find a project of your own — one that you’d be willing to fight (or at least ignore) for.
“The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person who is doing it.”
— Chinese proverb
This is part of a weekly inspirational series on the Singerpreneur blog and social media for Lauri’s List. The 2015 quotes are also archived on Facebook and Pearltrees.
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