4 Reasons to Welcome Rejection

… and 5 ways to deal with it.

By Ty Hendrickson
The Sales Seed

  • I think I’ll check my email and then make that call to a potential client.
  • After I finish all of my billable work, I’ll work on some emails to potential clients.
  • Instead of calling to follow up on last week’s meeting, I think I’ll just send over my proposal via email.

Does this sound familiar? Why do we procrastinate certain job functions and not others?

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There is only one reason and unfortunately, it is the same reason we all have probably struggled with since childhood… the fear of being rejected. It seems so much easier to send out a proposal or any type of communication via email than it is to just pick up the phone or stop by the person’s office.