After teaching people to effectively handle rejection for almost 20 years, here’s what we’ve found are the top 3 reasons people are so harmed by it.

  1. They take ‘no’ personally and feel bad, which then causes them to slow down or stop and give up altogether.
  2. They don’t know what to do or what to say after getting a ‘no’ from someone.
  3. They assume that ‘no’ means never so they spend a lot of time on activities that don’t pay off because they lack persistence.

Do any of these resonate with you? To learn more about how to deal with these three challenges, please check out the following additional posts:

Are You Handling No Well?

Persistence Requires You Be Creative

The Ideal Time to be Rejected

Fixing Lazy Follow Up

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