Don’t let rejections crush on you

Tuhin

Tuhin

Hi

May I first ebullient my sincere and deep respect to you and the cause you support.

Extending further I would like to share my story.

I am Tuhin a software developer from lvs(www.labvantage.com) also a simple boy from a middle class family in Jamshedpur. I was indeed an enthusiast success seeker from childhood. But I lost my father on a very crucial stage of my life.

I didn’t want to sabotage my dreams in lieu of the problems and circumstances we my family were facing.I managed my 11th and 12th spending 7 vital hours on hospital couch studying and looking after my father still was unable to save him from the misery he was undergoing. What I then pledged to be successful with all due situations.

After my school I did get chance in a reputed engineering college. With very shaky financial stake my mother supported me to pursue my engineering.

I use to run tuitions on semester break until 3rd year to fulfil my daily needs study materials and sometimes fees.

On my final year I was rejected from 3 corporate firm which included (TCS).I was low, down to knees in confidence. Until the time I meet a student – pursuing her MCA..She helped me on every vistas of my life. She taught me stuffs gave me moral support and helped me a lot to finally achieve job offers from 4 firms.

I learned that rejection can feel devastating, but you shouldn’t let it crush you. Some of the world’s most successful people have failed – sometimes more than once.

Also I would give my special thanks to her for being an angel to me.

One comment

  1. Thank you for sharing your experience and congratulations for getting out and over that phase of your life, many sccumb to such difficulties, but you kept your spirits high and blessed with such good friend you finally succeeded.
    And you phrased it very well that ‘rejection can feel devastating, but you shouldn’t let it crush you’.

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