We aren’t all inure with the fortitude to progress when rejection strikes. That’s especially true for someone who connects rejection to their “who” instead of their “why”.
We have heard the rejections stories of Fortune 500 companies who at the time, were rejected by bigger adversaries.
What gave those leaders the courage, strength, and conviction to pursuit who they have become?
From research, we know there are 3 identifiable things that help them persevere the rejection.
- They have a strong, almost magnetic pull to their (why) purpose.
- They surround themselves with a team who are committed to contributing to that mission.
- They have a deep-rooted connection to how the team(s) contributes individual skills and (product/service) in support of others.
While you can likely add hundreds more to this list, we can at least agree on these.
👉🏻 Strong why (purpose)
👉🏻 Clearly defined intention (service)
👉🏻 Core values
“The more rejection you get, the better you are, the more you’ve learned, the closer you are to your outcome. If you can handle rejection, you’ll learn to get everything you want.” -Anthony Robbins
#rejection #perserverance #corevalues #purpose #yourwhy #intention