What is your preferred way to handle rejection in your work? Do you encounter people who are doing or saying things on the internet to “hurt” your feelings? What are your reactions when people are removed from your radar, critique your approach to marketing, turn down invitations, and so on? Are you dejected and then wish to run away or hide in the hills thinking that to yourself, “I am not meant to be in business, anyway!?”
How do you want this event to differ? Here are three simple steps that I constantly remind myself to do every time situations like this occur:
Step 1 – Educate your followers.
Inform your followers about the way you operate and your style of operation so that they will respond in a manner that is appropriate. For example, I’ve had people who were not knowledgeable about online marketing say to my “Your webpage is too long,” or “You send too many emails!” On this path, you’ll realize that many people have many opinions about the best way to manage your business. What’s the reason? Because it keeps the focus on what they have to do to improve their marketing. In addition, they don’t have the knowledge!
First of all, the length of pages of content gives every type of buyer the opportunity to acquire what they want. It offers information to people who make quick decisions, as well as people who need to be aware of each and every aspect of the book so that they feel comfortable making a purchase. It’s the same with marketing via email; research has found that people must be constantly reminded. Sales or sign-ups are more likely to are made through emails that are sent close to the deadlines, and we all know that there are a lot of people who delay until the very last minute to make a decision.
Step 2 – Find the opportunity to give.
You can find gifts in every circumstance, event, or interaction with people, particularly those that you’re more sensitive to. OK, those that annoy your buttons! Give yourself the benefit of the doubt, and get to a position where you are willing to learn. In this instance, you should ask yourself, “What is the gift I am here to receive from this critical person?” as well as “What is the gift I am here to give to this person?” In a spirit of love and compassion and a desire to learn, you can look for the opportunity and continue to move forward. The actions of others are not in any way about you.
Step 3: Implement your personal strategy for energy.
Each of us has unique patterns or frequencies that are similar to others or do not. The Human Design System, we call them “types,” and every kind has a distinct behavior and decision-making strategy. For example, manifestos have been created to show, Manifesting generators to wait for responses and inform Generators to be patient to be contacted, Projectors to attend to an invitation, and Reflectors to be invited for 28 days.
If you are aware of your signature of energy and stick to your method, then you will are able to show your presence on the planet with a powerful company. In the end, rejection is no longer anymore. According to the author, Ron Goulart says, “Never assume that a rejection of your stuff is also a rejection of you as a person.” In the end, don’t be concerned about minor things. Remember that nothing other people do has anything to do with you.