Those who say it can t be done

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Quote by Bernard Shaw: “People who say it cannot be done, should not in...”

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People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it.

“People who say it cannot be done, should not interrupt those who are doing it”

George Bernard Shaw? Elbert Hubbard? Dear Quote Investigator: The following adage is the perfect antidote to excessive negativity and obstructionism:. These words are often attributed to Asian sage Confucius and to the acclaimed playwright George Bernard Shaw; unfortunately, I have not been able to locate any solid data to back up this claim. Would you please trace this quotation? Emphasis added to excerpts: 1. Multiple newspapers and journals reprinted the remark in

Those who say it can't be done are usually interrupted by others doing it. James Baldwin. Sign Up. My Account. Privacy Settings. Please enable Javascript This site requires Javascript to function properly, please enable it. Biography Author Profession: Novelist.

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Your privacy is important to us. We have updated our privacy policy to better explain how we use data on this site. Read it here. We noticed a lot of confusion on American and Chinese social media platforms about whether there really is a Chinese proverb that says this. Please help! After some digging, we found no evidence that the saying is of Chinese origin.

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  1. These words are often attributed to Asian sage Confucius and to the acclaimed playwright George Bernard Shaw; unfortunately, I have not.

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