10 Comments on Rejecting the Fear of Rejection

  1. I don’t like rejection, but I do think it’s important to your success in business.
    Sometimes your goal isn’t to sponsor everybody, it’s to sponsor the right people, people who are already interested in what you have to offer.

    When you look at it this way rejection is OK as it may help you to find your real target market.
    Remember that.

    Have a good day everyone.

  2. Michelle,

    Great post. I like Bill’s comment..”you should celebrate your No’s as that means you are closer to the next Yes”…so true.

    I just figure when they say NO..they just don’t get it. They don’t get the industry. They don’t get they have the power to change their own life. They just aren’t a good fit anyway.


  3. You are so right about people, me included, signing up with a network marketing business and only spending a minimal amount of time generating business because of the fear of failure or rejection. Looking forward to tomorrow’s tips on how to overcome this fear.

  4. Rejection sucks, but you really need to change how you think of it. It’s one thing I’m working on constantly. Thinking of rejection as growth, something to learn from and make you better. You don’t learn anything from success, you learn everything from failure.

  5. Michelle, I think that rejection was, and still sometimes is, one of the hardest things for me to overcome. I like how you have said that “the way we have to approach rejection is that it is a stepping stone to freedom”. I need to keep going until I too hear several yes’s a day and still keep on going…..

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