Have you ever thought, “I am too good for this job”?

“Who are THEY to reject ME?!”

“I was TOP PRODUCER FOR X YEARS IN XYZ COMPANY”

Self esteem can be a tricky thing.

Too much and you’re a conceited _________.

Too little and people walk all over you.

The tricky thing about self esteem and sales – sales is full of rejection.

Every single day.

Rejection.

Sometimes, I’ve even thought to myself, “why did I choose a profession where I get rejected every single day of my life”

What’s actually wrong with me?

I mean, I chose it.

I created the situation,

I could have been a plumber.

Or a beer truck driver or maybe a psychologist.

But here’s the thing.

What is rejection?

It’s a word.

It means: the dismissing or refusing of a proposal, idea, etc.

As a sales person, we feel rejected much of the time.

But what IF we reframed it.

What if every time we seemingly got rejected yet moved forward with a positive winning attitude we received a $100 bill.

The truth is, the great salespeople who do this, end up earning a hell of a lot more than $100 per “rejection”

What can you do to reframe some of the negative states you encounter in sales ?

These are some of the things we dig deep into at Predictable University.  Next class starts 7/3.

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