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  • Hey Ambitious Professionals! It's Linda Raynier of lindaraynier.com guiding you

  • to a career and life you'll truly enjoy. And in today's video I'm going to teach

  • you my five tips on how to deal with rejection especially if you've been

  • rejected from being offered a job opportunity or promotion and what you

  • can take from this experience to help your career moving forward

  • as a career strategist I've had the honour of being able to help numerous

  • professionals land their dream job offers and if this is something that

  • you're interested in learning how to stand out and get hired directly from me

  • then I will give you details about that at the end of this video I've had quite

  • a number of people reach out to me recently and asked me this very question

  • of Linda how do I overcome that feeling of rejection especially since that job

  • offer that I wanted was my dream job offer it was my dream job company how do

  • I overcome this feeling and how do I pick myself up so that I can do better

  • next time well I really want to tell you that the

  • whole thing with this feeling of rejection that you're experiencing is

  • that it really is just a feeling it's an energy and it's something that you have

  • to work through and be able to gain knowledge from in order to be resilient

  • and move forward with your next opportunity and land the right job offer

  • that's right for you so today I'm going to share with you my five tips on what

  • you can do to help you to overcome this feeling of rejection so that you can

  • move forward in a more positive way tip number one to overcome the feeling of

  • rejection cry or mope it out let yourself feel and Express the pain of

  • not being selected it's okay to feel hurt and disappointed in order to become

  • more resilient we need to be able to accept our emotions whatever emotions

  • they are fully and give them the time and space that they need to express

  • themselves within our system so that they can clear our system and what

  • happens is you'll be able to clear these emotions this emotion of feeling hurt

  • and feeling disappointed fairly quickly when you fully accept it rather than

  • trying to suppress it down and that'll help you to be more resilient for the

  • next opportunity tip number two be honest with yourself

  • I could easily sit here and say don't take it personally the reason why they

  • didn't offer you that job wasn't because of you but what if it was now I'm not

  • saying that the reason why you didn't get the job had everything to do with

  • you but you really want to clarify if it had something to do with you or if it

  • had something to do with reason that was completely out of your control when it

  • comes to your career you have to be able to see

  • the whole perspective from a very objective level and understand whether

  • you truly deserve that promotion or job offer that you wanted so ask yourself

  • what are the possible objective reasons for why I wasn't selected it might be

  • that maybe you performed really well in the interview but you lacked a certain

  • type of technical experience that was needed for the position or it wasn't

  • about your experience at all and it was more about your interview skills and

  • that you weren't able to communicate and articulate your stories to the

  • interviewer in a convincing and persuasive way once you figure out these

  • reasons for why you are potentially not selected you then need to start coming

  • up with a plan of action on how you can improve yourself for the next time tip

  • number three seek help if this has become a pattern if you keep figuring

  • that the reason why you've not been selected for a position for a job offer

  • job opportunity is because maybe your resume isn't strong enough or maybe

  • because your interview skills aren't strong enough then you really need to

  • seek help you can't tell yourself oh I'll just

  • work on it and hopefully be better next time but not really work on it you

  • really need to identify the weaknesses if you've seen that this has become a

  • pattern and actually work on it so that you can improve and advance your career

  • further so seek out all the different options for you that are available to

  • find help that will help you to get the opportunities that you're looking for

  • whether it's working on your own and trying to figure it out on your own or

  • seeking the help of a career coach like myself tip number four acknowledge what

  • you are good at it's easy to think that you stink and that you aren't worthy of

  • a job opportunity just because they didn't offer it to you but what you

  • still have to remember is this they invited you for the interview for a

  • reason now if they didn't invite you for an interview then that says something

  • about the way that you've displayed yourself on the resume but if they did

  • invite you for the interview then you have to remember they invited me for a

  • reason they see something within me that is worthy of their time and

  • consideration so that means that you have qualities that they're looking for

  • and so you have to remind yourself what are the qualities that I have that are

  • my strengths what are the good qualities that I have that I know will set myself

  • apart from the rest of the crowd you have to remind yourself of what these

  • strengths and qualities are and that will help you in the next time that you

  • go for an interview and finally tip number five know that there is the right

  • opportunity for you out there and this just simply wasn't the one part of

  • navigating a career successfully is to actually allow it to flow in the

  • direction that it's meant to go without stress and strain what you have to

  • remember is inside of you you've been telling yourself that you want to make a

  • career change and so you've been given that internal nudge that you're ready

  • that it's the right time and so you have to remember that you are ready for a

  • change which means that there is an opportunity out there for you that

  • matches what you're ready to get into if the desire is there then change is going

  • to come about as long as you don't stop yourself or block yourself with your own

  • frustration and feelings of low confidence the only thing that you have

  • to remember is that if it wasn't yours it wasn't meant to be and to have the

  • faith that there is something better for you out there so there you have it my

  • five tips on how to deal with rejection especially if you didn't get a job offer

  • or promotion now if you're someone who is exactly in this boat and you have

  • been looking for a while you've been going on interviews you've been rejected

  • from job offers and you realize that you're ready for one on one professional

  • guidance from me then feel free to reach out to me head on over to my website

  • lindaraynier.com/standoutgethired read through the page fill out the

  • application form and a team member of mine will reach out to you if we feel

  • that you're a match to work with me and we'll reach out to you directly if you

  • liked this video then please give it a thumbs up subscribe share it with your

  • friends thank you so much for watching and I will see you next time.

Hey Ambitious Professionals! It's Linda Raynier of lindaraynier.com guiding you

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拒絶されたときの対処法(仕事から (How to Deal with Rejection (From a Job))

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