‘Facebook turned me down’ — the job rejection letter that turned into a $4 billion check
Marc Cenedella

What struck me about Brian was not what struck you. What struck me was how he behaved when rejected. The “good grace and optimism” and the character of the man — as a person. The people he contacted did not hire him, but they experienced him. There are some people who are great to be around, and I imagine this person is one of them. Is that more, less, or just as important as the financial end of the story?

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