Rejection is an inevitable part of life. Benjamin Franklin should have said that the only things sure in life are death, taxes, and rejection. But while rejection hurts, it is a good sign that you put yourself out there. It is better to put yourself out there and take risks in life than live a tiny little rejection-proof box.
Fear of rejection is a natural part of the human experience. But it can also limit you. You can never be truly rejection-proof unless you completely shelter yourself and avoid living life. However, you can actually make yourself rejection-proof in the sense that you no longer fear rejection. Without fear holding you back, you can actually achieve your dreams. You will no longer hold yourself back out of fear.
Use this book to change how you view rejection. Instead of viewing rejection as a horrible event that you must avoid, you can view it as a learning experience and a normal part of life. You can remove the fear from rejection so that it no longer holds you back.
The pain of rejection is not as bad as the regret of never taking a chance. You cannot just sit back and let your dreams die because you are too scared to try to make them come true. Rejection may happen and it may hurt, but that is no reason to let your dreams die. Begin to rejection-proof yourself by overcoming your fear. Begin to be more positive about rejection. Learn and grow from it. Make your dreams happen.
This book is your guide to becoming as rejection-proof as possible in a world where rejection is a fact of life.
I read Jai Jaing’s book “Rejection Proof” right before this one and this one sounds like he also read it and is just highlighting and confirming and recapping from Jai’s book.