Episode 1 – How to overcome a fear of rejection

- - Consciousness, Fun, Self-Mastery

Today on The Not-So-Serious Life, Jason and Steve answer the viewer question:

“How can I overcome my fear of rejection so I can be happier in my personal relationships and my career?”

We want to hear from you! Drop us a comment below and let us know how YOU have overcome your fear of rejection and of course to tell us how wonderful we are so WE don’t feel rejected 🙂

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18 Comments to Episode 1 – How to overcome a fear of rejection

  1. Love it! Great message! My personal favorites were Steve’s shirt and plant followed closely by the discussion of Jason’s haircut. My take away for today is Steve’s comment, “Other people were put here for your amusement.” That immediately brought a smile to my face! What a great outlook! Thanks for a great start to my day!

  2. My favs – Koala, Kelloggs and the t-shirt. Wow!
    And – when comedy and transformation go together – we succeed faster!
    Love you both!

  3. I’m sooo glad you asked about the plant. I kept asking myself, “I wonder if Steve feels that plant in his ear?” Love the light-hearted banter and not-so-seriousness of the show!!
    I’m gonna go crank some Eminem and lose myself now!

  4. You guys are a great team! There is no better way to get through serious subjects than with comedy. There’s something for everyone! We enjoyed the first episode and are looking forward to many, many more!

  5. Fun! Really enjoyed this… feeling a bit serious and heavy today and this put a smile on my face. Cocoa Puffs is totally where it’s at though.

  6. Wow. I knew you guys would come up with some fantastic stuff, but I’m honestly blown away. From Eminem to Koala bears and a POWERFUL message to boot.

    Thanks guys. Can’t wait for more!!!

  7. Episode 1 was some very entertaining “stuff!” The way you 2 play off each other is superb. I loved all of the facial expressions too! Jason, I too was so glad you asked Steve about the plant. I wanted to call Kathy and tell her to push it out of the way! Initially, I thought it was a marijuana plant and thought how perfect is that?! I’m not one to feel rejected because I’m always telling everyone how wonderfully great I am! They are crazy enough to believe me (I guess!).

  8. Great 1st episode and terrific choice for your first topic. I found myself getting way too serious about that plant being in Steve’s ear/face so I loved the way you handled that…along with Steve’s shirt and JG’s haircut. Thanks for adding several laughs to my day, and I’m looking forward to the next episodes!

  9. Dudes! Totally funny, wise, and awesome. Love “waking up” to you two–what could be better?! (Answer: Nuthin’!)

  10. Great first episode guys! Waited through the whole time to see why Steve was hiding behind the plant. You are both truly funny and great coaches. Sorry I couldn’t reject you.

  11. This was so fun, and… chock full o’ wisdom addressing the response to fear and rejection. You are definitely a dynamic duo! Looking forward to more :-).

  12. Echoing all of the above. I have been following you, Steve, on your email list for a while now, and through a few of your books. Nice work, both of you! Truth and humor delivered with gentleness and a light touch. Looking forward to the next installment!

  13. I thought this was going to be a segment on the fear of “projection,” and that it would give me the strength to finally pursue my dream of working for AMC Theaters. Way to let me down, Jason.

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