When we start to build it, the odds, undoubtedly, are stacked against us.
It’s quite unlikely that we’ll be hitting a homerun. We won’t dominate the market. We won’t crush our competition. We won’t be the ones to break the internet.
The odds are we’re going to get rejected, and when we do, we have two choices. We can whine, sulk, and complain: “Why not me?” Or we can choose to accept the inevitable rejection as useful feedback, using it to figure out what we’re doing wrong, and say “Okay, what’s next?”
There’s always going to be negative feedback.
Will we let it crush us, or will we accept it, take it in, and use it to our advantage?
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