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                                          A Few Brief Tips To Deal With Writing Rejection
                                                               By Laura Hickey



    A Few Brief Tips To Deal With Writing Rejection by Laura Hickey




What to do when you get rejected

You've just finished your book, sent out query letters and was rejected. What's left to do? You could
give up, but I wouldn't suggest this. Here's some brief tips on how to deal with rejection.

1.Take a breather-
You've probably been wondering and rattling your brain as to why you got rejected. Take a break, not a
long one...some time for a breather. If you continue to constantly analyze why you were rejected, you'll
drive yourself crazy. Plus...if you decide after rejections to continue sending out new query letters, they
may not be your best work. Why you ask? Because you may not produce your best work under all the
stress you've put yourself under over the rejections. You wouldn't want more rejections because you
didn't have the energy to send out your best sales pitch.

2.Self-esteem- Failure is not an option
You might be down in the dumps...this is understandable, but don't allow yourself to be in the mood for
too long. Have you had others read your work? Did they like it, love it? It's a good idea to remember all
the positives, rather than negatives. If everyone who didn't get what they wanted the first time quit, do
you know what we'd have? A bunch of failures. They aren't failures though for not getting it for the first
time, rather they are if they quit.

3. Motivation-
Think about your favorite movie, song or book. Now, what if they stopped trying? That favorite song,
book or movie wouldn't exist. If you give up, someone out there won't have a chance to have your work
as a favorite. Think about it.

Remember that rejection doesn't have to be the end of your journey unless you let it be. Good Luck!



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                                       A Diet For The 500 Pound Phone
                                                 By Ruth Fuersten



 Many time direct sales party-plan consultants will comment their phone suddenly weighs 500 pounds
when they need to make business calls. Particularly when those calls are to get bookings. What is it
that prevents consultants from getting on the phone and making those calls? Fear. There is the fear of
making a mistake. Fear of not knowing what to say. Fear of making a fool of yourself. All of these are
manifestations of the fear of rejection. The question really is; what if they say no? Rejection is the fear
that prevents us from picking up the phone and making the calls you need to make. How to deal with
rejection is the difference between success and failure in your business.

Getting a no can be traumatizing. Your positive thoughts can turn to negatives in the time it takes for
someone to say no to you. You think things like "this will never work." "What was I thinking getting
involved with this?" "This is stupid - I'm going to quit." All of these are self-deflating, ego blasting
thoughts.

To get past the feelings of rejection from "the no" look at what "the no" is doing to your life. Let's say
you have two bookings on your calendar and you decide to get on the phone and get more bookings.
The first person you call says no. The second person you call says no. Even the third person you call
says no. What has changed in your life? Did you have two bookings before you made the calls? Do
you still have two bookings? Do the people in your life who mean the most to you stop loving you
because someone said no to you? Is your house going to fall down around you because someone said
no? What has really changed in your life? Nothing. By realizing someone saying no to you changes
nothing in your reality makes a significant difference in hearing no.

What no means is you need to be working smarter. Someone saying no to you is not a rejection of you,
but rather, a rejection of the offer. To work smarter consider how you are presenting yourself over the
phone. Are you coming from a mindset of "I need bookings" or a mindset of "this is what I can do for
you" when you make your calls? By changing your mindset and focusing on what you can do for the
person you're calling you'll find your phone has suddenly gone on a diet as you collect yes after yes to
booking.

Ruth Fuersten is the author of the e-book HOW TO BOOK, SELL, AND RECRUIT YOUR WAY TO
SUCCESS, a step-by-step recipe for success in direct sales. To purchase the book or to find out about
hiring Ruth to speak at your next event go to http://www.cooksellrecruit.com




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