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Don't listen to the naysayers

Don't listen to the naysayers

Nelson Mandela once said that everything is impossible until someone does it. 

If you have naysayers who say what you want to do is impossible, show them that you can do it. Maybe it's never been done before, but that is fine. Put in the hard work and don't listen to the naysayers.

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