Haitians deciding for country have the bad habit of saying "this is impossible" instead of "how can this be done?"

Many Haitians in high levels, or with BIG names, deciding for the country have the bad habit of saying "this is impossible" instead of "how can this be done?"

things that make you go hmmm
things that make you go hmmm

It's been said that if you ask your brain a question it will find the answer for you. But, if you say "This is impossible," your brain stops right there. There is literally no need for it to continue thinking because you just pulled on the emergency brakes of your thought process.


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It is really sad to see people that the country depend on to make critical decisions that will affect our future decide "this is too hard, it can't be done, it's just the way it is," and they leave Haiti in the condition that it's in instead of making a tough decision and struggle to implement it.

What do you think about that?

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Haiti Nouvelles says...

Beaucoup d'Haitiens de haut niveau, ou avec de grands noms, décidant pour notre pays ont la mauvaise habitude de dire "c'est impossible" au lieu de "comment cela peut-il être fait?"

Il a été dit que si vous posez une question à votre cerveau, il trouvera la réponse pour vous. Mais, si vous dites "Ceci est impossible", votre cerveau s'arrête là.

Il n'a littéralement pas besoin de continuer à penser parce que vous venez de tirer sur les freins d'urgence de votre processus de pensée.

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