Here's an obvious word to avoid in your emails. Anyone who says he or she "won't" do something or "won't" attend a meeting is generating a negative vibe. Be more decisive: Either accept an invitation or reject it; using the word won't suggests hesitancy.
It won’t work.
I won’t be able to do that.
Won’t is a defeatist word that assumes failure in a race even before the first step is taken. People who think and say this word often base their negative thinking on a couple of past experiences. When you conclude in your mind that a process, a project, or you will fail, that is exactly what will happen. Open your belief to the real probability of success with, “That could work” or, “Yes, I think I can do that.” As you become more optimistic, good results will start happening to move you from not confident to positive thinker.
失敗主義者最愛won't這個詞。凡事還沒開始做，就先把過去的某些經歷搬出來，認為這回也一定不行。別總想著失敗啦！成功都是嘗試出來的！你可以說“That could work.（這個可能行。）” 或者 “Yes, I think I can do that. （是的，我想我可以。）” 要不了多久，你就會成為一個善于思考又自信的人。