Don’t Take Rejection Personal

Rejection sucks, we know this, but a lot of times people take it personal.  A guy could ask a girl if she wants to go out, the moment she rejects him, he’ll say “well fuck you then”.  This is taking rejection personal.  Imagine if there was a girl, on a scale of 1-10 that looks like a solid negative 10!  If you rejected her would you want her to curse you out?  Not calling anyone hideous, but if someone or something is not your “cup of tea” more than likely you’re gonna reject it, right?  People don’t have to like you or accept you.  Rejection is sometimes a warning sign that something is not right for you.

If someone does not have your best interest at heart, why do you want to be around them?  Why do you want them to to accept you just to mistreat you?  Rejection allows you to go back to the drawing board and come out on top with the next plan you have.

Let’s say you applied for a job that paid $50,000 a year.  This job rejected you.  You got upset then you started blogging.  This blog was just some crazy adventures you had and some helpful tips.  This blog picked up and got a ton of traffic.  You put up some Adsense ads on your posts and after 2 years of blogging, you started making $50,000 a month!  This would not be possible if you accepted that job.  Being that you would’ve made the amount of money you wanted, you would’ve became comfortable and happy.  Being that you went another way, you ended up exceeding your expectations.

Rejection sucks but if you let the gears in your mind start going to work, you  can exceed your expectation in any area of your life.  A solid foundation of confidence can help you along the way on your path to success.  Click the link below to learn how.

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