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What if I ask and they say no?

Posted by Aaron Walker on Nov 13, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Up next you Aaron discusses”What if I ask and they say no?”

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Fear of Rejection

Aaron talks about when he first started his business 5 years ago, people told him to get on podcasts.  Specifically John Lee Dumas-Entrepreneurs of Fire. Aaron wanted to be on his show. Everyone around him said there was no way he would get on the show.  He has been on the show 4 times and is #5 in John Lee Dumas’ top ten.

“What would have happened if I didn’t ask? - Aaron Walker



Aaron says that after 6,000 podcasts they are starting their 12th cohort in Iron Sharpens Iron.  He says he says no at this point in his journey than he does saying yes. He asks the listener to think about what they are trying to do that may resonate with the person you want to say yes to you rather than no?

“We have got to develop a sense of courage to go out there and ask.” - Aaron Walker


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