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Rejections Can Be Redirections for Freelancers — Only if You Let Them

Here’s how I handle rejection as a self-employed person. Feel free to copy my template and apply it to your business.

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Yesterday, a client rejected the proposal I’d made.




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Anangsha Alammyan

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