Are you someone who makes quick sweeping judgements over ideas and concepts?
Do you look at things with a skeptical eye?
Do you try and identify reasons why things won't work?
Is your default position to say "no" and disagree, without giving ideas a fair consideration?
If you do, you might be an 'Impossibility Thinker'.
Impossible Thinkers are people who immediately and impulsively react to any positive suggestions with a quick, un-researched and irresponsible series of reasons why it can't be done, why it's a bad idea or why it's impossible.
These people suffer from an unconscious negative mental malignancy, where they spend most of their time predicting failures, foreseeing obstacles, imagining problems and criticizing new ideas.
Their attitude is naturally infected with cynicism, doubt, fear & pessimism.
Impossibility thinkers create worry for others, deflate others optimism and confidence. They squash others dreams, abort others creativity and place obstacles in other people's progress.
If you are an 'Impossibility Thinker' understand that impossible thinking suffocates growth and is a barrier to progress.
No statue was erected in the name of a critic and being a constant cynic is no badge of honor.
- Ron Malhotra