Millennials take a lot of grief for being unmotivated and full of themselves. They also catch hell for returning back home after college versus taking the more traditional route of getting a job, getting married, buying a house, and having children.
I had an interesting visit this week with my friend Dr. David Gruder, a psychologist and author who specializes in leader effectiveness, business culture and integrity.
ighting for your own place starts with learning how to say no and not feeling bad about it. But how? Let’s start at the beginning.
In my previous Fail Coach posts on rejection “Overcoming rejection with giving it a second chance?” and “How to overcome rejection” I mainly discussed how to stay motivated and how overcoming rejection actually looks in practice. In this post I will tell you more about feelings of inadequacy rejection brings.
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