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"Thanks For The Rejection!"

Written by Dr. Gary S. Goodman, President

ďThanks For The Rejection!Ē


Dr. Gary S. Goodman  2004

Author: The Law Of Large Numbers: How To Make Success Inevitable

It sounds a little masochistic, but I actually appreciate being rejected. No, I donít needlessly relishrepparttar sting of reproach, or eagerly welcome scornful criticism, per se. But, as a writer, a salesperson, and an entrepreneur, I have come to appreciate that there is a strong correlation betweenrepparttar 149201 frequency of rejections that I withstand andrepparttar 149202 amount of success I generate, especially in my career. Every professional writer can wallpaper a mansion with rejection slips. In fact, I read somewhere thatrepparttar 149203 famous novel, The Yearling, was submitted under a different title as an experiment, and it was rejected by scores of publishers AFTER it had won incredible acclaim. Curiously,repparttar 149204 original publisher rejectedrepparttar 149205 work, too. Salespeople are taught that there is a math-of-success. They have to withstand a certain number of noís before they can earn a yes. And few entrepreneurs succeed after trying only one venture. Typically, it takes several attempts and even when one initiative prevails, its lifespan is limited. As I write this article, in fact, Iím probably not experiencing ENOUGH rejection. If I want to get more done, to appreciaterepparttar 149206 thrills of more achievements, I need to put myself onrepparttar 149207 line, more and more. I have to ASK for what I want and need, and of course when I do so, Iíll be giving peoplerepparttar 149208 power to say NO. Let me ask you this:

What could you achieve in life if you decided to become totally and blissfully impervious to hostile criticism and to rejection? What careers or hobbies would you pursue that youíre just too emotionally brittle to engage in, now?

For instance, a friend of mine is a professional actor. He is amongrepparttar 149209 10% of thespians who actually finds a considerable amount of work inrepparttar 149210 field. In fact, just this year he appeared in four motion pictures, and a few were highly publicized, and did fairly well atrepparttar 149211 box office. But he has to constantly trawl for work and he is a tireless self-promoter. He even asked me if I could send a note to visitors to my web site that would toutrepparttar 149212 brilliance of his most recent film! Though he hopes that one of his roles will become a breakout success and will attract even more roles, he doesnít assume this will occur. Onrepparttar 149213 contrary, he hustles day in and day out, answering every casting call, and networking like crazy to hear about roles that he might play. He behaves like a kid who is struggling to get intorepparttar 149214 business, and heís grateful for every break he gets. He speculates that most people donít make a living inrepparttar 149215 acting field because they become worn down by rejections. They stop believing in their skills, and as a result, they try less and less. And by trying less, they succeed less. If they would just workrepparttar 149216 numbers, and eagerly go for every opportunity, theyíd work more, polish their skills, and theyíd stay busy doing what they love. Success would then become inevitable. Iíve been giving considerable thought torepparttar 149217 fear of rejection, and hereís one of my conclusions about it:

It isnítrepparttar 149218 rejection that is intrinsically disturbing. Itísrepparttar 149219 interpretation we make about it that drives us nuts and prevents us from realizing our potential.

What do we tell ourselves? In essence, we drawrepparttar 149220 wrong inferences and make inappropriate generalizations from these experiences. For one thing, we tell ourselves thatrepparttar 149221 rejections will be pervasive. If X rejected us, so will Y and Z. Another tendency is to believe that todayís rejection will be permanent. If X said no yesterday, heíll definitely say no today and tomorrow. Finally, we tell ourselves that rejection is personal. Itís about us, as individuals, and it reveals fundamental flaws about our character, our skills, or our attractiveness.

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