What To Do When You Are Rejected?

“What To Do When You’re Rejected” is an excerpt from James Altucher’s newest book, Choose Yourself.

The world is changing. Markets have crashed. Jobs have disappeared. Industries have been disrupted and are being remade before our eyes. Everything we aspired to for “security,” everything we thought was “safe,” no longer is: College. Employment. Retirement. Government. It’s all crumbling down. In every part of society, the middlemen are being pushed out of the picture. No longer is someone coming to hire you, to invest in your company, to sign you, to pick you. It’s on you to make the most important decision in your life: Choose Yourself.

New tools and economic forces have emerged to make it possible for individuals to create art, make millions of dollars and change the world without “help.” More and more opportunities are rising out of the ashes of the broken system to generate real inward success (personal happiness and health) and outward success (fulfilling work and wealth).

This book will teach you to do just that. With dozens of case studies, interviews and examples–including the author, investor and entrepreneur James Altucher’s own heartbreaking and inspiring story–Choose Yourself illuminates your personal path to building a bright, new world out of the wreckage of the old.

Praise for Choose Yourself:

“Altucher has turned his misfortune into a source of wisdom and comfort for the despondent.” – Business Week
“James Altucher is scary smart.” – Stephen Dubner, author of Freakonomics
“James Altucher is the best blogger of our generation.” – Timothy Sykes, The Rebel Millionaire
“We are beginning to build a massive amount of respect for James Altucher due to his willingness to say things that will get him absolutely pilloried by the masses.” – Business Insider
“James is one of the most successful and content people I know.” – Machael Lazerow, founder of Buddy Media and Golf.com
“If you need to see an example of vulnerability done well, just read the work of James Altucher.” – Search Engine Journal