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Overcoming rejection takes positivity and determination

03 April 2017

Rejection is usually associated with negativity. But in reality, it need not be so. Overcoming rejection need not be as difficult as one thinks it is. Rejection may not turn out to be as bad as one thinks initially about it. More important than rejection itself is our response to it. What we associate with rejection and make out of it is more important than the rejection itself.

Overcoming rejection is important for any person, because rejection, even if it hurts, has to be handled. The more seriously one takes rejection, the tougher overcoming rejection will be. Those who are rejected have a choice of either overcoming rejection or letting the rejection destroy them with the heap negative thoughts that it brings. Although overcoming rejection is not the easiest of things, it can be done over time and with the inculcation of the right thinking.

Rejection need not be so bad, after all

Like conflict at the workplace, rejection need not be the worst thing to happen to a person. Overcoming rejection takes a good amount of determination, will power and positivity. If rejection is handled properly, it can be the launchpad for developing a mindset that will help people look at life in a different light.

American history is replete with examples of people who have emerged successful after a number of failures. The key to this was their ability at overcoming rejection. Abraham Lincoln and Walt Disney are perhaps just two shining examples of people how have turned rejection into stepping stone to success. Overcoming rejection requires grit and perseverance. They should not get bogged down with the prospect of failure arising out of rejection. Instead, they should take it as a challenge and surge ahead with determination.

One of the most important outcomes of overcoming rejection is that rejected people gain something out of the rejection. They don’t rely on self-sympathy or pity. Instead, they bounce back and emerge stronger, with renewed focus on what they are doing. This is the hallmark of success at overcoming rejection.

A highly energetic webinar on ways of overcoming rejection

The ways of overcoming rejection will be the topic of a webinar that is being organized by TrainHR, a leading provider of professional trainings for the human resources industry. Jeff Davidson, the Work Life Balance Expert®, who has, through his award-winning books helped over two million professionals, will be the speaker at this webinar.

To gain complete insights about the topic of overcoming rejection, please enroll for this webinar by visiting http://www.trainhr.com/control/w_product/~product_id=701686LIVE?rubyconnection-SEO .

At this lively and highly interactive session on overcoming rejections, Jeff will show how to cultivate the resilient mindset needed for overcoming rejection. He will cover the following areas at this webinar:

o   Adopting the Mindset of an overcomer

o   Spotting the rejection and future success

o   Capitalizing on criticism

o   Not taking it personally (really)

o   A key phrase to recite to yourself whenever you encounter rejection.

 

http://www.inc.com/amy-morin/5-ways-mentally-strong-people-deal-with-rejection.html

 

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