We all hate being rejected, but at one time or another (or many times) we will be faced with rejection in our personal and professional lives. Recently, I had the experience of having to let people know they were not selected for a position on my team, which completed changed my perspective of rejection.
Remember that feeling after an interview, waiting and wondering if you’d receive that call or if you’d simply be forgotten as if the interview never even happened? Always that hopeful (and nervous) feeling when the companies’ number actually pops up on the screen, but when the person on the other end gives the bad news those feelings quickly turn to disappointment. Continue reading