Sketch Block, KL Says Goodbye
So, heard back from the extremely long-shot opportunity for one of my projects and…it was a long-shot. They didn’t buy it. Le sigh. Luckily, I’m one of those types who moves on from rejection pretty quickly, i.e., spent a night with friends drinking, grousing, complaining, occasionally weeping and moved on by the next day. Ok, maybe not weeping.
My first inclination whenever I get rejected/turned down/kicked to the curb is to put together a plan b and/or c. So I did. And, truthfully, I actually am pretty excited about the prospects. Because it’s the end of the year, going back into meetings is pretty much out, which is fine. It gives me time to refine, rewrite, strategize about relaunch/promo and work on the three other projects I’m doing.
My grandmother always used to say, “One door closes, another one opens.” And I’ve found that’s always been the case. Or maybe…
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