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19/06/2017

Rejection comes with loads of Positives

Let That Rejection Drive You


What exactly does that word rejection really mean in this very context?

Rejection in this very context is the state of being abandoned, deserted, forsaken, refused and jilted. 

All this feelings can be as a result of the ill treatments gotten from friends, family, firms, peer groups or the society at large. This treatments can be as a result of one's present state financially, Academically and otherwise which can only get better with time so far as there is life.

The world is never a bed of roses as we all know, Everyone on earth have trying times that can either make or mar you depending on your approach.

Like a good friend of mine once said and i quote "that he cannot remember the last time he cried because it's been long not because the world is too rosy or he do not have reasons to or have never been rejected, considered not good enough or stuffs like that but he knows that being rejected or considered not good enough is to him a wake up call and not a time to cry, feel pity, sorrow and accept rejection rather it is an opportunity to look into yourself, improve and work on your weaknesses and return strong". 

Being rejected comes with loads of positives if you take it the right way, Rejection acts as a catalyst in one's life because it helps discover those hidden talents and potentials in you that you never knew you had and actually putting them to work.

Do you have that skill, craft or whatsoever you have strong believe in and you are getting rejections left, right and center? Do not be traumatized by that rather brace yourself up and let that very rejection drive you so that the next time you do that same thing of which you got those rejections they will have no other reason not to accept your work and that is down to the extra work you put into that very craft because of the rejection you got.

I would love to conclude by saying that the positives that comes with rejection should overwhelm it's negatives in your life so that all the trauma and depression that comes with rejection can be conquered.



32 comments:

  1. I used to fear rejections all the time. Until I learned to use it to improve myself. Rejection is not just about you so you shouldn't take it too hard.

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    1. Glad you learnt that cause it does help to improve us.

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  2. Rejection and failures are a part of life.. Got to move ahead

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    1. Yes they are and dealing with them decisively is vital for one's progress in life.

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  3. Positive mind always finds a way out.

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  4. Thanks for this wonderful piece of advice. I am one person who knows how to turn my lemons to lemonade.

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  5. It is always best have positive mindset. It will help when negative things happen. A great positive post.

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  6. Some people get bogged down by rejections, but should look at them as a blessing, because heir is always room for improvement.

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    1. You are right Lindsey cause rejection does push someone to put more efforts which can lead to improvement.

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  7. I agree that rejection can be the fuel to cause one to reevaluate, focus and examine themselves, their proposals and their goals. If we were never rejected, we would likely not learn some of the valuable lessons that can come along with it. You and I are definitely on the same page with this!

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  8. I also experience rejection but off course that's part of life but we also get accepted by others.

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  9. The thing I try to remember about rejection is that if you don't try in the first place, the answer is always no. Rejection sucks, and no one enjoys it, but we have to keep putting ourselves out there to live a full life.

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  10. This is a great way to view rejection and make it work for you. It does make sense when you break it down. Rejection can be a tool to help you improve yourself.

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  11. Everyone experiences rejection at some point! You can learn a lot -- how to deal with rejection, how to figure out if there are places to improve so the rejection won't happen again, and a chance to accept that everyone won't always like you or what you do!

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  12. Some great advice for people who are struggling! Rejection can become easier over time.

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  13. This is very encouraging and is loaded with great advice for handling rejection and turning it into a positive motivator!

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  14. This is so true. If you can turn the rejection around to drive and motivate you to do better. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Totally agree, rejection, being told you can’t do it, all act as a catalyst to motivate you to do more in life.

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  16. This is very true. I myself have had to learn to take a licking & keep on ticking. It's not easy, but it is definitely worth it.

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  17. Rejection sucks, but it can sometime motivate you to try harder or sometimes change your path. If we didn't get rejected once in awhile, it would be harder to appreciate it when things go our way!

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  18. Yes to this post! Rejection definitely has positives to it. Learn, grow from it and come back better. Thanks for the motivation!

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  19. Rejections is a part of life and has such a positive to it. You learn, grow, and mature as a person.

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  20. For me, rejection causes me to grow as a person. I find out why, I work harder and I try again.

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  21. Sometimes when we're feeling rejected, posts like this can really help get through those times! It's all a journey.

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  22. I use to fear rejection a lot, but I now see it as a way to grow. This is a great perspective to have on life. Thanks for sharing!

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  23. What a wonderful post! I used to fear rejection a ton, back in school I even hated being last in line. Its felt like rejection to me. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  24. Thanks for this wonderful piece of advice. I use to fear rejection a lot, but I now see it as a way to grow.

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  25. I totally agree with you. A rejection should be taken as a lesson and should be used to better yourselves than feeling sorry about it. Great post

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  26. Rejection can be hard to take but you have to hold on to the idea that a rejection is just a sign that there is something better around the corner and that the next acceptance will be better

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