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Due to financial and security reasons, we may be working jobs that may not be our true calling.
Get into pursuing your true passion, something you love to do, something you've always dreamt of, while letting go of other reasons for taking a job, like working in a 'hip' or prestigious company or a highly secure job.
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You were not rejected; the outcome you desired was. Be honest about the motives. You might be wanting the wrong thing.
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Life is about learning and growing, and understanding that something better is waiting for you. You don't have to embrace the pain of rejection.