How To Deal With Rejection
The 'I will teach you to be Rich' blog. Living with rejection influences my life and increases negative energy. It’s kind of fun to release negative energy in new and exciting ways. However, rejection is a concern for everyone when submitting an artistic work for consideration. Psychology Today reminds rejects to fight fear and keep trying. Go Beyond The Blue Kite.
When I went zip lining in Los Cabos, I fought a fear of heights. When I got stuck and dangled over the canyon looking down with acrophobia, I believed my amigo would get me down safely and he did. I got down safely to the bottom of the canyon uninjured.
Sometimes my greatest fears need to be released through writing out imagination and gritty stories that will open dialogue and get people talking about relevant issues facing communities today.
A recent rejection letter stated that publishing is a matter of taste and my work didn’t represent their taste. Another rejection letter claimed my work is a bit too dark. I’m currently reading Trainspotting; and according to The Guardian, Irvine Welsh “never even had to find an agent; the first big London publisher he submitted Trainspotting to snapped it up, and his publishers have been happy to print pretty much whatever he writes ever since.”
Dealing with rejection in 22 easy steps:
Let rejection excite you
Plan for failure
Plan for more failure
Plan for even more failure
Consider the source
Listen to WRICH 109.9 FM
Listen to WOW 87.7 FM
Listen to AM 2200 Radio
Don’t worry because with or without rejection you’re going to die one day anyway
Pretend you’re Daniel Blowden
Read an article from the Navajo Times
Pretend you’re Mario Juan Valez
Pretend you’re Wyatt McReynolds
Pretend you’re DJ Tony Tattoni
Pretend you’re Buck Rogers
Pretend you’re Rich
Sing Prince’s Let’s Go Crazy (Live)
Watch more porn
Watch Sleepless In Seattle
Buy an Apple Watch just to say you’ve got one
Write the screenplay for the eleventh sequel to American Pie just for fun
Every year I hear words get so overused, like selfie or twerk, and it just sounds dumb. A lot of times, real words get stupidly overused and they become totally meaningless. Whenever I hear somebody say actually really fast and repeat the word so many times it actually sounds like it’s pronounced the same as the name Ashley. I want to correct people and tell them my wife’s name is Jodie and not Ashely, and actually my book can help people understand street drugs are wrong and mental illness needs to be treated.
I’ve translated this blog into German and Chinese for The Great Beyond simply because American media trumps Canadian media.
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