How Job Rejection Will Help You

1. Interviews give you an opportunity to learn about your own behaviors.

2. You learn how to tell your “career story” in a compelling and concise way.

3. You learn to not put all your eggs in one basket.

4. You learn to improvise.

5. You learn what feels right (and what doesn’t).

Conclusion

Harry knows he has merit — and so do you!

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