When it comes to acquiring clients, the more prospects we contact, the greater the odds of success. This means, of course, that there will be times when we get a no but it is rarely a final no and so we need to consider it an opportunity for the future. If you provide a fine product or service, a business opportunity is a chance to make someone's life better. You are providing, not taking, and that should never be forgotten.
Some view business as a dressed-up form of plunder and it would be foolish to deny that there are pirates out there. Fortunately, they are in the minority. The vast majority of the business owners I've encountered sincerely strive to do well for their customers and the amount of work they put into building their businesses is formidable. Few people who walk through their doors come close to sensing the effort and sacrifice.
That is the way the game is played. Most of the achievements are quietly earned and not every day has sunshine.