“That’s wrong!” “It will never work.” “What were you thinking?”
The critics have more ways to voice their opinions. Some of the critics will praise your ideas while others will do everything in the power to say how bad your idea is. The critics, no matter how good or bad they talk about you, cannot have control over your decisions.
The critics thought an airplane would not be possible. The critics thought that televisions would become a fad because no one would want to sit still and watch something. The critics thought that cars wouldn’t make it. In the end, all of the critics are just giving you suggestions.
The critics are just telling you what they think is right or wrong about your idea. You decide whether or not to implement any of the suggestions that the critics give you. You make the calls when it comes to your idea and how to implement it. The critics may say that your idea won’t make it, but if you believe in your idea and are willing to implement that idea, you can prove the naysayers wrong just like the people who came up with the televisions, cars, airplanes, and other ideas which had their naysayers as well. Those naysayers have now fallen silent, and your idea has the power to make your naysayers fall silent as well.