Don’t Quit Too Soon
February 14th, 2022 | Duration 00:09:52 | Posted in Miked Up Marchev by Mike Marchev
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I was reminded this week to not readily accept rejection too quickly. Referencing my success story involving the University of NotreDame and more recently, a recent speaking rejection, I made a second attempt at pursuing an assignment I would very much enjoy having. Second and third effort does not always work, but stopping prematurely never works. As a famous hockey player once reminded us, “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” (Wayne Gretzky)
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