Jack Ma’s Talk About Being Rejected for Everything is Both Humourous & Inspiring

Having lived as long as you do, you’d definitely have faced rejection before. Be it for a job, a school or even a potential girl/boyfriend. 

And no one likes the feeling of being rejected.

No one likes to be told that they’re not good enough because that’s what a rejection is all about. 

Most people would’ve given up. Most people would’ve said, heckI’m just not good enough

But do you know what the most successful person will say? 

This is what Jack Ma, a self-made billionaire who made his fortune off the internet and ranked second on the World’s Greatest Leaders list Forbes this year, has to say about rejection.

Jack Ma, The Self-Made Billionaire Who Was Rejected Over 30 Times

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He’s no stranger to failing or rejection. 

In fact, he shared that when KFC came to China for the first time, he applied for a job with them. Out of 24 people who applied for the company, he was the only one to get rejected.

You’ll Get Used to It, And You’ll Keep on Fighting

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You’ll get used to getting rejected. And you’ll work to make yourself a better man today than you were yesterday.

You keep on fighting. You keep on changing yourself. 

“If you’re still looking for ways to improve yourself despite countless failures, there’s hope for you yet,” he said.

Check out the inspiring video below:

If it works for him, I don’t see why it won’t work for you, right?

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Boon Hun

Boon Hun

Armed with paper and pen, or rather keyboard and the internet, he wants to change the world one word at a time. I guess you could call him a keyboard warrior, except he doesn't troll, honest!
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