Thursday, December 01, 2011

THE REJECTION LETTER
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REJECTIONS
EVERYONE RECEIVES THEM



I don't think anyone enjoys them. What has been your way of dealing with them? What is the most amusing or funny rejection who ever received? What advice can you offer others on accepting it and moving on?

Since rejections go both ways, how do you prepare someone for a rejection? When is a little white lie better than the truth? Or, how do you make it sound not so bad? What is your advice on someone faced with having to give a rejection to someone?

I look forward to seeing everyone's opinion. And good luck on the drawing for a copy of THE REJECTION LETTER.

JOHNNY RAY

3 comments:

Printed Memories said...

I look at it this way- you will either get it or you won't. It's a 50/50 chance. As for advice- don't let a rejection letter get you down. Somewhere, someone is looking for a piece like that- they just don't know it yet....

Hellen said...

Nobody can always win. Sometimes your ideas/projects/... are accepted and sometimes they're not. But that doesn't mean they're bad or stupid.

My advice on someone faced with having to give a rejection to someone would be to do it in a polite way. And to never insult or make the rejected person believe their idea is worthless.

madsheepno1 said...

I would love to give this a try :D
many thanks for your response on goodreads

Jenny

madsheepno1@yahoo.co.uk