I’m rooting for you!!!



Go head!!!

Got rejected or turned away?

Me oh just 120,975, 799,842 & counting

Goodness this month has had its ups & twists. I thought I had most of it mapped out & at list remedially figured out only for the end result to be less than I hoped for!

Shit I’m no expert but I do have a college education & I’m computer literate (listen I been around sense internet was dial up! I got a badge to prove it! )

I did my research, asked questions, even watch some damn videos. Prepared ya see… and I still need more lol

So Im trying NO doing


and some more

And again

Chicken soup for the soul was rejected 144 times before it was picked up.

I have felt that moment where I’m really thinking is this really worth it? Maybe I should just let it go & givin up and moving on.

Been there, kept goin.

It’s alllllll good! Being able to sit down and think it though is important & a huge part of my evolution. The ability to really question myself, hold myself accountable again & again. Going back to the original hypothesis and being wise enough to re-work my ideas!

YOU are 1 step CLOSER after every rejection & every no! That’s the KNOWING that helped me shift.

Chicken soup for the soul was rejected 144 times before it was picked up by a publisher that was NOT popular either. In fact the publishing company was facing some financial hardships themselves BUT still took the risk, even after just about EVERYONE else said no.

Today CSFTS has 250 TITLES!!! That’s separate books!

The book has sold more than 110 MILLION copies thus far…

Be like #jackcanfield

I will walk through 1000 NO’s of rejection and I would walk through 1000 more just because I KNOW I’m that gal who walks through REJECTIONS to arrive at SUCCESS DOOR!!!

🙂 YOU are on the right track! HAPPY Wednesday. Somebody needed this today

💛🔥🙌🏾I’m rooting for you!!!

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