What’s your personal experience with being rejected? How do you respond to being rejected?
What are the feelings you experience when rejected? Do these feelings affect you in your day to day life; does rejection affect your self esteem?
Let me guess, if you are honest with yourself the answer to all of the above questions is YES! It takes a very special mindset to deal with these feelings of rejection in a positive and detached manner. But, the good news is, the more we acknowledge these feelings and let them pass with understanding – the more we become detached from them. Continue reading
“I take rejection as someone blowing a bugle in my ear to wake me up and get going, rather than retreat” – Sylvester Stallone
Recently I read an interesting article about rejection that made me stop and think for a moment.
Why is rejection so painful? In his article Mr Harvey says, “It is a little know fact that when a person is rejected the part of the brain that lights up is the exact same region that is responsible for registering physical pain. So if you are one of the people that think rejection is painful then I can assure you, you are not alone!” Continue reading
“The best way to learn facts is by failing” – unknown
If you are doing your own business debt collecting, you might be surprised to learn the following facts from the inside debt collecting industry.
- 20% of your clients/customers make 80% of your debt collections – this is a well known Pareto Principle.
- As a creditor, SMS text messages are the preferred way of cash collecting. Continue reading
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“The subconscious mind is more powerful than we think, and it can either limit or empower financial success.”
So the question is, what are you focusing on most of the time? What is your chief aim, your magnificent obsession? What financial or business vision is so powerful and inspiring in your life that it continually attracts your heart-felt, invigorating, purposeful attention toward it for most of the day, every single day? If you have no such energizing vision that consistently governs your focus, attention and thoughts, you will be at the mercy of your habitual thoughts and limiting belief patterns.
To change your financial programming, you must: Continue reading
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“You become what you think about most.” – Earl Nightingale
Shifting your Financial Paradigm
“Current scientific evidence strongly suggests that your constant focus on financial success can actually change your brain. In their book, How God Changes Your Brain1, researchers Andrew Newberg and Mark Waldman state that, “. . . the more you meditate on a specific object—be it God, or peace, or financial success—the more active your thalamus becomes, until it reaches a point of stimulation where it perceives thoughts in the same way that other sensations are perceived.” Continue reading
‘Want to boost your self-esteem? Then pile up on the debt.’
‘This is a surprising claim made by a new study which says young adults who saddle themselves with debt will feel empowered and feel better about themselves.
“Debt can be a good thing for young people – it can help them achieve goals that they couldn’t otherwise, like a college education,” said Ohio State University assistant sociology professor Rachel Dwyer.
Interestingly, her study found that 18 to 27-year-olds who had huge credit card and university loan debts had better self-esteem than their peers. Continue reading