“But I might get rejected”


Indeed, you might.

You might get your hopes up only to find them dashed.

You might decide on where you want to go, and then not get there.

You might fall in love with a vision of the future and then discover it doesn’t happen.

How much would that hurt? How much would it hurt to have those hopes, those decisions and that love turn out to be all for nothing?

Of course, it’s not for nothing. In fact, those hopes, those decisions and that love is the foundation for a path worth pursuing. It’s what makes us better.

This post was inspired by all who are trying to start a new business or adventure. Sure, the odds are against you, but I think that’s a lousy reason to avoid exploring something. “Will I get in?” is not nearly as good a question as, “Is it worth trying?”

Don’t apply (to this or to anything else) just because you can, but yes, apply to something that matters to you, something worth dreaming about.

You might get rejected. So what?


You will be glad you did,   you will know the reasons why later.   It’s better to try and get rejected, than do nothing and wish you had.  

If you have ever thought about it, where do you think experience comes from?   Trying and failing, and trying again.  Learn from those mistakes and forge on.

Finding people to help and learning your weaknesses can be the greatest thing you ever did for yourself. 

Start that online business with confidence and let’s beat that rejection with acceptance.   Click here for all the training you need. 


See you on the other side



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