PS: There has obviously been a huge development since the “incident” mentioned on this podcast, as you can see below!
Welcome back to Episode #29 of The Daily Interaction podcast. Today’s topic is dealing with rejection, which all of us have to do at some point.
After being rejected recently by the last someone I thought I might ever be – you must take a listen for the whole story, I thought about doing a podcast where I share with you what I did not do so well in this particular situation and how important it is for us to know precisely what to do when and if a rejection comes along the way.
I give you my 4 powerful tips, a great story which you may very well find amusing, and most of all, I help you to handle that next possible rejection with a lot more poise, professionalism and power!
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Your Weekly Friday Show Notes:
1. The most unexpected rejection came to me a few days ago and it threw me for a big loop. Find out what by listening.
2. Why I have a lot of compassion now that I realize the freshness of disappointment in a new raw experience.
3. Sharing with you my first empowering tip when you are rejected and the irony around it but it works so just go along with me. Plus some fun examples.
4. The second tip which is an extremely powerful action to take but it is extremely useful in how you frame the situation in your mind. Plus, all the possibilities that can spring form this simple shift in perspective.
5. The third tip, which is actually something I did after my own rejection happened but one that I really do not recommend so I am making a promise that I won’t be doing this either and neither should you. Doing this moves you into a state of power and control.
6. Why re-framing the situation is not about denying the rejection; it is about helping and empowering yourself to look for solutions instead of focusing on self-pity that results from almost all rejections.
7. Why blame is never ever helpful and how to remove the aspect of blame from the situation.
8. How to keep an eye on your imagination and be careful what you tell yourself because it may not have nothing to do with you.
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