I love it when people tell me “no.” When I hear “no,” I smile. Why? Because I know that I haven’t gained or lost anything. I am also secure about my value to society so I know I will not be told no to all the time. I remember in my past, there were plenty of people who have told me “yes” and through that, I know someone else will say “yes.” Someone else will take the chance. Someone else will go all-in for me.
And they will win.
See that quote on the cup? Let me type it again for you to see.
"The world bursts at the seams with people ready to tell you you're not good enough. On occasion some may be correct. But do not do their work for them. Seek any job; ask anyone out; pursue any goal. Don't take it personally when they say "no" - they may not be smart enough to say "yes"." - Keith Olbermann
It’s true for us, guys. There is always a woman who may look like you’re not good enough for. In some cases, it’s probably true. What she may be looking for is something either she doesn’t see in you or you probably don’t offer. And that’s fine. But you’re not going to know that unless you ask. Let her GIVE you a reason why it’s a “no” instead of just not trying and ASSUMING it’s a “no.”
That’s why I always say to ask out EVERY hot girl.
Rejection is a part of life and it’s certainly a part of dating. Women are going to tell you “no” more than “yes.” The “yeses” are those you want to focus on. And maybe Olbermann is right. Maybe a woman may not realize that it’s YOU she’s looking for.
When a woman tells you no, smile, say it’s great meeting her and move right along.
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