I recently attended a conference in Nashville called the Storyline Conference. One of the speakers named Jia Jiang decided to put rejection therapy to the test and came up with 100 different things to ask of people. He wrote about each one and talked about how he was surprised with the results. He showed how he got yeses to certain things like playing soccer in a strangers backyard and flying an airplane. It showed the great rewards in beginning to conquer his fear of no's.
I decided that starting in November I would start the process of rejection therapy. There are a few big things that I'm going to ask for as well as a lot of tiny small things. I have all these silly fears in my head that I'm scared of hearing no, so I'm going to try and push myself forward. I'm going to ask about 100 things and see how many no's I receive out of all 100.
You can download a printable that has 100 golden No's that you can cross off each time you hear a no and document how many times you put yourself out there.
What is something you would do if you knew that you would get a yes?