Agents: Stop taking rejection personally -- it'll cost you

  • Getting no for an answer is a normal part of being in sales, and it isn't for wimps or whiners.
  • Some of my friends have a much harder time handling my rejection than I do.
  • Friendships and family relationships are far more important than real estate sales.

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Inman Connect New York | January 29 - February 1, 2019

Handling rejection and the word “no” takes practice. It is tempting to take it personally, but it is best if we don’t — and it is important to keep in mind that everything isn’t about us.