Tell Me I Can T Quotes by T-Pain, Phil Jackson, Maya Angelou, Kenneth Branagh, Ellen Barkin, Willie Aames and many others.
Once people tell me I can’t do stuff, I’m going to go and make it happen.
My accountant tells me I can’t be a California resident anymore. I spend too much of my time in New York.
You want me to do something… tell me I can’t do it.
As soon as someone I donвЂ™t respect tells me I canвЂ™t do something, it just makes me want to do it even more.
IвЂ™m tenacious, I think вЂ“ I know вЂ“ and I do also have a quality where if you tell me I canвЂ™t do something, if I know I canвЂ™t do it IвЂ™m the first to raise my hand and say, вЂњI canвЂ™t do that.вЂќ But there is a big Bronx, New York Jew in me that just says, вЂњReally? Really? You think I вЂ“ yes, I can. I can do it. I can do it.
I’ve always been pretty tough in that way, where if you tell me I can’t do something, I will prove you wrong.
I’ve always been a fighter. If you tell me I can’t, I’ll die trying to prove you wrong.
I’m the mayor, I can do whatever I want until the courts tell me I can’t.’
I am the greatest. I said that even before I knew I was. Don’t tell me I can’t do something. Don’t tell me it’s impossible. Don’t tell me I’m not the greatest. I’m the double greatest.
I just like testing myself. I just have that thing in me. Whatever it is that people tell me I can’t do, I’ve gotta try it.
People ask me why I work so hard and why I have this compassion to reach the top and be great. I respond by telling them, “I work insanely hard because people said I couldn’t do it.” When someone tells me I can’t do something, or that I’ll never achieve my goals and visions, I am determined to prove them wrong.
I get stubborn and dig in when people tell me I can’t do something and I think I can. It goes back to my childhood when I had problems in school because I have a learning disability.
When anyone tells me I can’t do anything, I’m just not listening anymore.
Before me, sprinters retired at 23 or 24. I run because I still like it, I can make a living, and I feel I was born to do it. And because people tell me I can’t do it.
If you tell me I can’t understand you because of my color or you can’t understand me because of your sexual orientation or she can’t understand us because of her faith, well, if you can’t have empathy how will you ever have solidarity?
If you tell me I can’t have something then that just makes me want it more.
I didn’t think there was life after modelling, believe me. It’s a hit to the ego when you are not the diva on the set any more. But I think what keeps me going are challenges. I love when people tell me I can’t do something