Motivation Today - Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin II blog

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Dealing with rejection


Dealing with rejection

Perhaps it’s a job loss, a failed interview, a failed exam or an unapproved contract; you’ve certainly faced rejection before: a point in time when you couldn’t get beyond the threshold. Right. That’s rejection.

Never allow the sting of rejection to stop you from trying again.

Not even a debased self esteem.

Quit thinking that life’s best is only for a select few.

Depression is not an alternative either. It makes you unable to think your way out of your ashes. Yes. You’ve got to map your way out of your hairy problems. Alan M. Webber notes, “The cost of the status quo is greater than the risk of change.” Don’t even have beef for those who have rejected you.

Slow and steady wins the race, you’ve also got to be consistent and not chicken out!

Accept rejection as a path to success. Act on your dreams now, rewrite history without a pen. Without money as a factor, what would you love to die doing? Get another strategy. Do it better.


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4 Comments:

  • Hi Tunde, it's so amazing to know that with the little time work affords you for yourself, you still sacrifice some to bring motivation, especially to uplift the souls of others especially in these times. You are truly a crusader. Keep up the good work.

    By Anonymous Paul Ola, At 19 February, 2010 17:36  

  • Thanks Paul. You're an inspiring crusader too.

    Readers, visit Paul's site: www.physiohealthservices.com Don't die of a disease u can prevent.

    By Blogger tundehundeyin, At 20 February, 2010 09:42  

  • Thanks for this tunde. Your blog posts are nice and precise, please keep it up.

    By Anonymous kemi ogbe, At 20 February, 2010 10:00  

  • Thanks Tunde for that inspiration, it came timely!

    By Anonymous motunrayo odukoya, At 20 February, 2010 10:04  

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