Rejection Defined

If you have trouble approaching and talking to women and are afraid of rejection, go get a couple hours of telemarketing work.

Because that is blatant rejection.

I mean, before the call, this woman was probably thinking, maybe I’ll try the giggle approach?

I didn’t even look at her. I never even told her I wasn’t interested. I abruptly hung up.

I’m sure she experiences this all day long. But, yes, she goes to work every day, hoping that someone will say yes. Someone will communicate with her.

Someone will buy whatever she is selling.

When it comes to life, pray to the law of averages, and someone will eventually buy her thing. She’s going to make her commission and pay her bills.

She’ll then feed her family, especially her children. Maybe I’m stretching the story a little too far, but you get the idea.

GreenPeace activists stand on the street and solicit people, getting rejected on a daily basis.

People not only walk by the Gay Lesbian Foundation, but homophobic people are likely to make comments to them. And yet, they’re out on a street corner every day, playing the odds.

Salespeople who need to make phone calls, other than telemarketers, are taking a risk, but so many of you who are single go out and talk to someone, and they reject you, and you cry like a baby all the way home. And you get so worked up.

You are so afraid of rejection that you try it one more time, and then, and then, you blame whoever told you to do it, that it doesn’t work for you, and you validate the fact that people constantly reject you. Crying, little baby, crying.

When I say those words, how do they make you feel? I referred to you as a crybaby. Because you are exactly that.

You don’t take things personally when you’re out there telemarketing, GreenPeacing, or doing other things. Talk to someone again, and they hang up on you. They had no interest. You move on to the next, and the next, and the next, because someone will eventually say, yes, I want to speak with you.

And the same is true when it comes to meeting someone.

Rejection, you see, is made up wince words. This made-up insecure term refers to people who, well, just don’t want to keep trying and moving their lives forward. As a result, they’ll say things like, “I was rejected,” because they’re afraid of rejection.

There is no such thing as rejection. In every way, shape, and form, it’s BS. It’s ludicrous. Someone who doesn’t talk to you and doesn’t want to talk to you because they just want to do something doesn’t mean you’re not a good person; it just means you’re acting like a baby.

The other day, There was this woman walking at Whole Foods, she had a California sweatshirt on, California pants on, and I said to her, I go, man, you are really pro California.

She gave me a dirty look and told me to have a nice day. Oh, I don’t give a damn. I don’t mind if someone doesn’t want to talk to me because rejection doesn’t exist in my language or mindset, and they had a choice not to talk to me.

So be it; I’ll find someone else. Stop sobbing like a baby. If you want to live a great life, you must have people, as well as the drive and desire to have people say no to you. It’s as simple as that. It’s really that simple. Okay, I was a little rough with you today, but I think you needed it.


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