Monday, June 05, 2006

Entrepreneurs Channel Rejection into Creative Forms

When you lose a bid for a project you really wanted, it hurts. When a client chooses a new provider rather than renewing a contract with your firm, that's painful. When you get a rejection letter from a publisher, that really cuts close to the bone.

So what's a creative entrepreneur to do with rejection pain?

You've got a lot of options, of course, but here's one that struck a symbolic chord: turn your rejection letter into toilet paper.

Yes, that's right, tp.

Without burning bridges or breaking laws, you can show the editor what you thought of his/her prose.

The self-publishing house offers this service for $90. Check it out and have a laugh. Let the healing begin!

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