Dr Eli Joseph: How To Write The Perfect Rejection Resume

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“Is there a bright side to failure and rejection? Is pride the devil and shame the angel?”

In this episode, Dr Eli Joseph shares the importance of writing our perfect rejection resume and sharing our success and failure stories. He enlightens us on why and how we can do something productive, set deadlines and win the competition against time.

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