Nice is a Vice
A rejection tells you to be better.
Let's get one thing straight: I'm not talking about the "one and done" rejection. This post is NOT about getting rejected once, going home and crying to mommy and feeling bad about it. One rejection shouldn't affect you, period and if it does, talk to me about self-acceptance coaching. I'm talking about when it seems like the entire world rejects you. When you work your ass off and you have a great idea, a great song, a great business and EVERYONE tells you "NO!" This boundary is a gift. Believe me. I've been creating in Budapest for five years. I've had good ideas that no one gets, I've had bad ideas that everyone loves. The greatest gift anyone ever gave me was rejecting my bad ideas because it made me angry, it made me rage, it sparked me until I went home and vowed to make it 10x better and then put it out into the world again. Sometimes that was enough (Improv level 1), other times that too was rejected until I made it 100x, 1000x, 10000x better and started to developed what became RISE Coaching. I