Time after time through history, "It can't be done" has been wrong.
An enthusiastic Copiosis supporter asked “What is the best way to engage others in spreading the word?" It’s a great question. This post is the answer I gave him, embellished a bit for clarity. First off, the two best documents to share with anyone you’re talking with about Copiosis are the How it works post … Continue reading I see it because I believe it
"The person who says something is impossible should not interrupt the person who is doing it." - Chinese Proverb "Impossible" ignores reality. "It can't be done" has lots of company. Cynics, "realists", pessimists, the armchair quarterback, the guy in the stands. Get on the field and make something happen. Oh, we see. It's easier to … Continue reading Making the impossible impossible