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At one time or another, we have cared more than we should about what others think of us. While its good to listen to others and take feedback, caring too much about the views of others takes away our manly confidence.

The same can be said for rejection. Rejection is a fact of life, and a core confidence man know how to navigate those crazy waters.

On today’s show, I talk about methods to deal with rejection, as well as things you can do to stop caring as much about others thoughts of you. I also interview a guest who will share his life long knowledge, and the ways he has learn to handle these chalenges. All resulting in his supreme self-confidence.

I also have a book for you to read on how to bounce back from rejection by understanding the dynamics of it!

Develop Supreme Core Self-Confidence!!

Show Notes

Steps to stop caring

  • 1. Caring What Others Think Makes People Not Like You
  • 2. Everyone Is More Focused On Themselves Than You
  • 3. EVERYONE Has “Haters”
  • 4. Use Criticism to Learn, Grow, and Become Better
  • 5. Become More Dominant, Stop Asking Others for Their Opinion
  • 6. Believe in something bigger than yourself

Handling Rejection

  • 1. Let it sting. for a short time.
  • 2. Don’t dwell on it.
  • 3. Surround yourself with positive people.
  • 4. In a potencial dating context, Focus on whether they are your type instead of whether you are theirs
  • 5. Its not personal

Check out the book, Rejection Proof: How I Beat Fear and Became Invincible Through 100 Days of Rejection,

Guest: Radio Broadcaster, Frank Falcone

Frank Falcone

Bio/briefing

Hospitalized for attempted suicide when he was 15. Volunteered for Vietnam when he was 16. Served with the 25th Infantry Division during the Tet Offensive of 1968. Totally-disabled, combat-veteran, with profound PTSD and Agent Orange poisoning. Twice homeless, once in NYC. Also, have lived in a car, with his dog. In VA PTSD therapy for 45 years.

Former successful SAG-AFTRA-AEA professional actor in NYC. Fired by Woody Allen in
Broadway Danny Rose. was Meg Ryan’s first publicity director when she was still doing soap operas. Was a professional SCUBA diver and underwater photographer
for two years in Key West, FL. Have owned a traditional diner in Old City Philadelphia and a hotel/bar/restaurant in the Pocono Mountains.

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