7 Epic Clapbacks πŸ‘πŸΌ for Anyone πŸ’― Who Says You Can't 🚫 do Something πŸ–•πŸΌ ...

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Do you know what I hate?

I hate it when someone tells me I can't do something.

I don't mean when I'm barred from doing illegal things, of course.

I don't get pissed when I can't go into unauthorized areas or anything like that.

I'm talking about when someone doubts my abilities, my talents, or my ambition.

When someone doubts ME, I get mad.

No one has the right to diss anyone else's dreams or goals.

That's bull crap.

The next time someone tries to tell you that you can't something, let them know how wrong they are with one of these clapbacks.

1. Ask Them if They Pay Your Bills or Take Care of You in Any Way

Is the answer β€œno,” by chance?

Because I'm going to guess the answer is almost always going to be β€œno.” Not that it matters, frankly – not even someone who pays your bills or takes care of you should be telling you that you're incapable of doing something.

Shut it down before it has a chance to spread.

Let that person know that their opinion has absolutely no impact on your life and no effect on what you're going to do.

2. Ask Them Just What They're so Afraid of

Quite often, a person tells you that you can't do something because they're afraid.

What are they afraid of?

Your potential.

Your success.

Your determination.

Your certainty.

Their own failings.

The people who try to hold you back out of fear are wrestling with their own insecurities.

Pity them for it – but don't spare them another thought beyond that.

3. Tell Them That You're Not Limited by Their Trifling Opinions

It's a sad thing, really.

Some people are so limited in scope and imagination that they can't even envision goals as amazing as yours.

They think on a smaller scale and they're stuck there.

Yet, somehow, they believe their opinions mean anything to you.

They assume that you share their limitations.

They want to limit you in the same way they are.

Don't let anyone do that to you.

Let Them Know That when You Want Their Opinion, You'll Give It to Them
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