Major breakthroughs depend on unreasonable people trying to do unreasonable things.
The world is transformed by people who think outside the box. They refuse to accept the status quo. Their mission is to write the future.
It takes courage to try to do things other people say can’t be done.
Sceptics ridiculed John Logie Baird, the inventor of television.
Engineers said Henry Ford couldn’t produce a single casting V8 engine which drivers could afford. He achieved his dream in 1932 and, of course, it was an instant hit with motorists.
Steve Jobs persisted in creating Apple products that reasonable people said consumers did not need.
If you want to change the world, never accept you can’t for an answer.
Be unreasonable and defiantly say – Yes I Can!