Rejection can make you more creative, forcing you to dig deeper and reconnect forgotten dots of your past.
Rarely does anyone get exactly what they want on their wishlist. But you may discover something even better.
Set an ideal goal and then try to snatch it. The rejection along the way is simply telling you that you need to improve or pivot directions. Like a puzzle, piece together observations and experiences of past and reintroduce them, remix them into the present.
The old adage rings true: you really don’t know until you try.
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