Handling Rejection – Advice From My Dog

handling rejectionHandling Rejection

I am sure that you’ve heard of Go for No by Richard Fenton. That book has helped so many people get past the word No and removing an attachment to the rejection. I personally feel that, if we change our way of handling rejection, that the realm of possibilities can and will open up wider than most know possible.

How can you handle rejection better? Something we need to understand about being rejected. It rarely has anything to do with us. It could be bad timing or something that person is going through or anything. Most of us assume that it’s…us. The better we react to being rejected, the more we are accepted.

When it comes to our business, it’s typically from something that person heard from a friend or better, Googled it. I feel that most of those opinions come from a place of non being educated properly on what you’re doing. That’s okay, we just need to be patient, keep that in mind and not convince but show.

I digressed for a bit, sorry about that. My special guest below shows me how to be a better person all the time. Today, in the Video Below, she gave me advice on handling rejection.

I love my doggie. When we realize the power that we have control over our own emotions, the true possibilities of our future open up.

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7 thoughts on “Handling Rejection – Advice From My Dog

  1. Jeremy Wright

    I just finished that book for the 2nd time and am doing andreas GO FOR NO september challenge! If you're doing it too i'll see you on there brother! Great post!

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  2. Lynda Kenny

    I loved the fact you proved your point by using your fabulous dog. We must not let rejection stop us from going forward. You are right, its not about us.
    Thanks for sharing. Loved your video.

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  3. Ron Deering

    What an awesome example… we are dog lovers here at the deering household…in fact all over our dogs are 100+ lbs so when they want something they are very good at being persistent and letting us know…. such a great example…love this…thanks for sharing Steve…you rock

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  4. Ron Deering

    What an awesome example… we are dog lovers here at the deering household…in fact all over our dogs are 100+ lbs so when they want something they are very good at being persistent and letting us know…. such a great example…love this…thanks for sharing Steve…you rock

    Reply

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