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In this episode, Elijah and I talk about how you can get better at handling rejection so that you can boldly create the life you most want.
- why rejection is so uncomfortable and what your past has to do with it,
- how getting better at dealing with rejection will make you much more successful,
- how not getting what we want can be a blessing in disguise,
- my most recent rejections and how I'm handling them, and
- what kangaroos and Canada have to do with anything.
We also give you concrete advice for dealing with a rejection.
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