Dealing with Rejection
“Rejection can disappoint you, depress you and may even stop you in your tracks... learn not to take rejection so personally... if you're honest with yourself and believe in your work, others will too.” Bev Jozwiak.
My friends and family helped me promote to Regional Consultant now what! Well not all of my friends and family were willing to invest in me. Hearing no from the people closest to you can cut like a knife. It’s a wound that can make you look at your relationship differently if you take it personally. Disappointments will force you off task to the point of where you are no longer productive. Eric Worre is my go expert in network marking, therefore; I listen to him daily. Eric talks about how he let disappointment become a part of his brand, that he actually began to feel that he deserved to be disappointed. There is comfort in knowing that he felt the same way I sometimes feel. By daily studying and reaching out to people who have been in network marketing I am able to take away the following and share it with others who are beginners in this venture.
You must get past the disappointments. You must get stronger, be better, and be bolder.
My advice to myself on my journey to my next promotion as Senior Consultant, is that I need to trust God’s timing and learn to discipline my disappointment because "NO" is part of life.