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#Actual3Ddreamer

Posted 31 October 2012 - 10:31 AM

tom_mai78101,

The experience you had is a great learning opportunity, so I hope that you can soak the good advice in this thread.

At times in my life (I am 46 years old), similar issues happened. By contrast, a group of people whom are my friends and associates (professionals) are in agreement about some things: Maturity of the group which wants to work with me is crucial. The more mature people are, then the better we can work together, in general - that simple.

It is no loss to you that they rejected you because they obviously were hasty. They put you in a better position to find more mature partners than them, to their loss. They needed you more than you needed them, trust me.

Every successful person gets plenty of rejection: Steve Jobs, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein....Many more! A massive and endless list of highly successful people got rejected plenty of times and every one of them was highly creative!

Continue to look at these issues surrounding this as opportunity.Posted Image



Clinton

Edit: spelling

#33Ddreamer

Posted 31 October 2012 - 10:29 AM

tom_mai78101,

The experience you had is a great learning opportunity, so I hope that you can soak the good advice in this thread.

At times in my life (I am 46 years old), similar issues happened. By contrast, a group of people whom are my friends and associates (professionals) are in agreement about some things: Maturity of the group which wants to work with me is crucial. The more mature people are, then the better we can work together, in general - that simple.

It is no loss to you that they rejected you because they obviously were hasty. They put you in a better position to find more mature partners than them, to their loss. They needed you more than you needed them, trust me.

Every successful person gets plenty of rejection: Steve Jobs, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein....Many more! A massive and endless list of highly successful people got rejected plenty of times and every one of them was highly creative!

Continue to look at these issues surrounding this as opportunity.Posted Image



Clinton

#23Ddreamer

Posted 31 October 2012 - 10:28 AM

tom_mai78101,

The experience you had is a great learning opportunity, so I hope that you can soak the good advice in this thread.

At times in my life (I am 46 years old), similar issues happened. By contrast, a group of people whom are my friends and associates (professionals) are in agreement about some things: Maturity of the group which wants to work with me is crucial. The more mature people are, then the better we can work together, in general - that simple.

It is no loss to you that they rejected you because they obviously were hasty. They put you in a better position to find more mature partners than them, to their loss. They needed you more than you needed them, trust me.

Every successful person gets plenty of rejection: Steve Jobs, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein....Many more! A massive and endless list of highly successful people got rejected plenty of times and every one of them was highly creative!

Continue to look at these issues surrounding this as opportunity.Posted Image



Clinton

#13Ddreamer

Posted 31 October 2012 - 10:24 AM

tom_mai78101,

The experience you had is a great learning opportunity, so I hope that you can soak the good advice in this thread.

At times in my life (I am 46 years old), similar issues happened. By contrast, a group of people whom are my friends and associates (professionals) are in agreement about some things: Maturity of the group which wants to work with me is crucial. The more mature people are, then the better we can work together, in general - that simple.

It is no loss to you that they rejected you because they obviously were hasty. They put you in a better position to find more mature partners than them, to their loss. They needed you more than you needed them, trust me.

Every successful person gets plenty of rejection: Steve Jobs, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein....Many more! A massive and endless list of highly successful people got rejected plenty of times and every one of them was highly creative!

Continue to look at these issues surrounding this as opportunity.Posted Image



Clinon

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