If you are starting your business, you will have numerous rejections. It is a fact of doing business, a given.
But the history of successful businessmen and companies are full of colorful stories of failures.
However, what is obvious from these companies are that they never stopped and learned from their failures.
They used the information they earned from their failures to better their products, services, organizations, and selves.
We are not here to glorify failures, but we must put in proper perspective that failure is the yang of success. It is the other side of the equation.
When you grow your business, accept that you will fail. But be ready to bounce back, and learn from it fast.
This is the contribution of failures to our lives, they make us tougher and make us improve.
This makes success as a celebratory event, but credit failure for making this meaningful.