The point of the story is this: you’re going to be rejected a lot if you have lofty goals you want to achieve, but often times that rejection will have nothing to do with you. Many of us take a single rejection as an opportunity to focus on what we can change and how we can improve, but what good is change if we have no concrete reason for it? When you don’t know why you were rejected, don’t bother to speculate. Let it go, and continue being yourself. Who else are you going to be, anyway?
via “Keep Giving Them You, Until You Is What They Want”.
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