Kick Rejection to the Curb!

Making the decision to start your own business is one of the most gratifying, exciting, and rewarding things you can do for yourself. It also tends to solicit criticism and rejection from others.

“The degree to which you are willing to get uncomfortable is the degree to which your dreams will come true.”

Episode 41

Which is why you need to take action in your business… and why you need to understand where outside rejection comes from, and how to cope with it and follow through on the things that are going to change your life.

Here’s the honest truth: the people who are actually in a position to judge you are the ones that are too busy making it happen for themselves that they don’t have the time to criticize you. Which means the people who have the strongest opinions and the harshest judgments are the ones who are sitting on the sidelines!

Episode 41 of Unstoppable Success Radio was created to give you that kick in the pants you need to get your head back in the game without withdrawing or stalling your growth in the face of rejection.

Overcoming rejection is the KEY to success.

Check out the audio to the episode here to find out:

  • How to stop accepting criticism from the wrong people
  • How to stop bouncing from project to project searching for instant gratification (and likely finding failure)
  • How to finally get out of your head to start monetizing your passions

Stop letting the “no”‘s stick to you — become one of the people who are too busy making the magic happen for themselves that they don’t have time to hear the naysayers.

Don’t allow negativity into your day or into your mind.

Don’t let one small setback put you back at square 1 — with the tools outlined in this episode, you will have the mindset of a champion.

Listen to episode 41 here!

 

 

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