From my house to work, I needed to take 50 min of train-ride and 30-plus min of bus-ride. It roughly takes me about 3 hours a day wasted on traversing for two years. Here are a few things that I tried saving my precious time.
We’ve all been looked down in life before when people don’t understand fully certain actions that we take. Here are a few techniques to confront those feedbacks that meant to bring you down:
I was looking more into how to becoming a better article narrator, but no one seems to be focusing on that. Audiobook narration skills might just well be applicable to context so let’s take a look.
This is post is a note of Charlie’s video on How To Short-Circuit The Fear Of Rejection. Definitely check his video out if you have the luxury of time.
⭐ Disassociate the rejection ⭐
Find out why you are being rejected. Maybe it’s a skill set that you are currently missing from your workplace for example. Figure it out, learn it and master it! Don’t let that reason be the reason forever.
This post is a quick summary of Charlie’s video from Charisma on Command. His happiness ladder composes of 5 components. Going from the bottom up:
A high school classmate of mine always tells me that she wanted to help the homeless. That’s a great idea and a wonderful mind, but she, herself, is still heavily dependent on her parents financially or otherwise. So what? Give out the money from allowance?
Stefan from ProjfectLifeMastery did a great job explaining this topic. If you have the 20 minutes, watch his full talk on the video on youtube (or below)! If not, here are a few quick highlights that I think are important take away from his video:
The products or services that you are offering have to meet somebody’s needs. In other words, you have to clearly define the answers to the following questions:
- What are the benefits of owning this product/service?
- What problems will it solve with this product/service in hand?
- How can it better your customers’ life by having this product/service?
To answer those questions confidently and persuade the customers that this is the best of the best, you have to believe and love the product/service that you are delivering as well. You need to personally experience with the product/service, and share your own story! You have to know the product/service inside out so that there is no uncertainty while you introduce the product/service to your customers.
Then you need to start building relationships with people. People like to buy from (or work with) people they like, know, and trust. Getting to know your customer better will help you figure out whether this product/service can tailor their current state of needs.
Finally, you need to understand that it’s OK to be rejected. After knowing your customer, you probably found that this product/service doesn’t exactly help them reach their solution. It’s ok and move on to find the next one that needs you. The world is big. There’s definitely someone out there that needs you and is probably waiting for you to discover them.