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Feel the pain and do it anywayThe football (soccer) coach Martin O’Neill once said in an interview that he allows his teams 48 hours to recover from a defeat (and the same to celebrate a victory). During that time, he wants to see them feeling sorry for themselves, because it shows they care.After that it’s back to training as usual.Don’t pretend it doesn’t hurt. Give yourself a day or two to roll with the punch and recover, and then get back to work.Don’t overthink why you got rejectedIf you get useful feedback, make the most of it. But a lot of the time you're not told the reason (or the real reason) for the rejection — and it’s easy to torture yourself by wondering and worrying why.But you’ll never know for sure. So stop thinking about it and start focusing on the next opportunity.Keep filling your opportunity funnelThe more opportunities you put yourself out there for, the better your odds of success. And the more relaxed, engaging and persuasive you will be when talking to prospective clients about any one opportunity.So keep networking, marketing, pitching, and listening to your existing clients, so that no single situation ever feels like a "make or break" thing.One acceptance makes up for a lot of rejectionsSavor success when it arrives — remember O’Neill’s 48-hour rule. And remind yourself of it during the tough times.- See more at: http://internationalfreelancersacademy.com/how-to-handle-rejection-and-criticism-as-a-freelancer/#st...