There is a big difference between “I can’t” and “I won’t”.
In the end, “I can’t” is just a lack of confidence.
“I won’t” is the lack of will.
There is every reason to purge the words “I can’t” and “I won’t” from our vocabulary. Even if they find their way out of our mouths, we should correct them on the spot.
I won’t even try or I will decide to go ahead and see what happens.
I can’t do it is not someone else holding us back. By saying the words, we are holding ourselves back.
Useless words can be replaced by more useful ones.
I can try
I will do it.
Say them a lot and the actions will follow.
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