This That Side Rant – Rejection Letter

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The harsh realities of the job market can halt anyone in their tracks.  We never want to receive that dreaded rejection letter but in reality they just didn’t feel that you were a fit for their organization.  Good or bad try to make the best out of it, there are other jobs out there that may better suited to your talents.

The long and short of it from this post is because recently I applied to a position that I did not receive the job.  Some could say that it bruised the ego a bit, but it is a business decision and I understand that.  I guess it was not meant to be 🙂  It was a position that I felt I was qualified for, could do and do very well.  Have you ever been rejected from a job?  How did you handle this rejection, feel free to drop a line in my email if you wish to share that way rather than in the comments section!  🙂

It would have been nice to work in the same organization as my wife and a few family friends.  Where do we go from here, well the great news is that I have a few other things in the pipeline that might rear its head soon.  I will share with you once I have more information on it, it just might be a game changer!

Now to get back to the topic of finance!!!! Working in finance you learn that many paths that organizations decide to pursue are linked to some type of financial implication.  There was a time yesteryear when the employers took care of their employees and weren’t so bottom line oriented.  This was back in the day of the generous pensions and excellent benefits packages with nominal premiums.

Since the end of July I have made $580.00 posting sponsored posts, side bar ads and various editorials on other sites.  I cannot believe how much money can be made online.  I read a post today about side hustles are they worth it.  Blogging….ehhh it has its potential but it does take a lot of time to become reputable and have some kind of following. You will know you have made it when you have haters out there!!!!  I’m waiting for mine 🙂

Photo by: Sean MacEntee