How good are you at getting rejected? What rejections have shaped you? And when are you planning on getting rejected next?

Example of a bounding box to sample a statistical distribution with an acceptance-rejection method.
  1. To be more aware of how irrational social fears control and restrict our lives
  2. Smash the tyranny of fear and reap the treasures (treasures include wealth, relationships and self-confidence)
  3. Learn from, and even enjoy rejection
  4. To not be attached to outcomes, especially when it involves the free agency of other people
  5. Permit yourself to fail




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