5 Tips To Deal And Overcome Rejection
Rejection may sound scary, but rejection can allow pushing your limit and work on things that help in self-discovery and growth.
It can be in a romantic relationship, professionally, or in business but somewhere we know those are part of life.
Rejection makes us realize the area to work on and it’s important because if not then we will be in our comfort zone always.
Lots of rejection and failure lead to pain and stressful days but one thing everyone needs to address your problems and how can be better for them.
Sit down and write all the worries and reasons for rejection and what can be done to address them.
For example, I was always interested in healthy-lifestyle, productivity, and learned digital marketing, and developed an interest in books, and that’s how “nupurandworld” started.
Here I share whatever I learned in my life and slowly I accepted rejection as part of the path to success.
Here are 5 things you can do to overcome rejection and work again:
1. Address your feeling
People think hiding and showing a happy face after a rejection is best and make them strong, but I disagree.
Rather than suppress, ignore, or deny the pain admit when you’re ashamed, sad, frustrated, or downcast. Be confident in your capacity to deal with uncomfortable emotions head-on, which is essential to coping with their discomfort healthily.
Trying to minimize the pain by convincing yourself — or someone else — it was “no big deal” will only hold your pain. The best way to deal with difficult emotions is to face them head-on.
2. Look for an opportunity of learning from rejection
We always see the result but we never remember the process.
When we proceed with something we go through a process which is a good learning method.
Like we feel bad about rejection but take time to review the method we took towards so, we can work and learn from them and work on them in the future.
Like we got rejected in the business proposal but we now know what was lacking and we can prepare well for next time.
3. Self talk and motivate yourself
Always remember we all can achieve everything in life.
I feel we are self-motivator of how much we can push ourselves no one can’t.
My dad always told me “People come and go but always stick with themselves.”
Talk positive to yourself and keep working and proceeding towards your goal don’t let things happen to you.
Get up and run!!
Firstly, Write things you feel best about yourself and you were proud of.
Secondly, Befriend with your intuition and inner voice, I bet you those never drive you to wrong they will always show you the correct path.
4. Focus on things you have in your life.
Take some time for the thoughts that occurred.
But don’t get stuck in dragging yourself down into an ocean of self-doubt and negativity.
Instead, shift your focus to what you still have in your life.
The people, the passions or hobbies, the sometimes taken for awarded things like a cover over your energy and that you don’t have to go empty.
Practicing gratitude like this helps me to put what happened into a life perspective.
5. Take care of yourself
Take rest to overcome the emotional breakdown. Treat yourself!
Take some time to take care of your mental and physical health.
Treat yourself to date with love once, Movie date, or maybe you take time yourself.