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guitarjock says

Speaking of the failure myth:

The only way you can get ahead is to fail early, fail often and fail forward.

Make the most of your mistakes and rejections and you can only get better.

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GoodLayers says
JStephens said
Rejection is a part of everyday life, get used to it and move on. As your skills increase your rejections will decrease. Everything takes time.

Learn from mistakes and rejections and use them to your advantage. That’s how you become successful in EVERYTHING in life. Failure is another step on the path towards success, you have to fail to learn how to deal with it! Those who never experience rejection/failure, will never succeed, it is that simple.

Don’t be afraid or angry with Rejection, it is a cultural myth that failure is bad, it is one of the most valuable learning moments in your life so learn to take advantage of it instead of focusing on it negatively.

- Jonathan

I love this :D
Definitely true!

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QuadraphonixAssociation says
JStephens said
Rejection is a part of everyday life, get used to it and move on. As your skills increase your rejections will decrease. Everything takes time.

Learn from mistakes and rejections and use them to your advantage. That’s how you become successful in EVERYTHING in life. Failure is another step on the path towards success, you have to fail to learn how to deal with it! Those who never experience rejection/failure, will never succeed, it is that simple.

Don’t be afraid or angry with Rejection, it is a cultural myth that failure is bad, it is one of the most valuable learning moments in your life so learn to take advantage of it instead of focusing on it negatively.

- Jonathan

So very true! From time to time your skills will get better, you will learn from your mistakes, a normal process to improve your work step by step. Why wasting time and energy with being upset and disappointed? Just try to concentrate on your work and on your creativity, the sooner your success will come ;-)

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revaxarts says
JStephens said
Rejection is a part of everyday life, get used to it and move on. As your skills increase your rejections will decrease. Everything takes time.

Learn from mistakes and rejections and use them to your advantage. That’s how you become successful in EVERYTHING in life. Failure is another step on the path towards success, you have to fail to learn how to deal with it! Those who never experience rejection/failure, will never succeed, it is that simple.

Don’t be afraid or angry with Rejection, it is a cultural myth that failure is bad, it is one of the most valuable learning moments in your life so learn to take advantage of it instead of focusing on it negatively.

- Jonathan

couldn’t agree more, rejections have always improved my skills and will do it in the future

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Ivor Envato team says

SBJEWEL ,

‘All Marketplaces’ is for announcements and another Envato related topics for everyone. You’re file was held by a GraphicRiver reviewer, this belongs to the GR forum category.

Please refrain from posting this kind of threads in ‘All Marketplaces’. ;)

PS — Moved to GraphicRiver.

All the best, Ivor.

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SBJEWEL says
xstortionist said
SBJEWEL said
TylerQuinn said
Why not post a screenshot or the live demo link here? I am sure everyone will give you plenty of feedback on why it dot rejected ;)

It’s alright… items just fine… Just problem is “Spaces between the Elements” So it may not appear when printed… So now i am fixing that issue !

About feedback….

Believe me this community is awesome…. when i ask for some help here then you guys always help me anyway…. So don’t worry when i need help then i will post my problems here…. You guys rock…. Thanks for your support always….. :) Very much happy with his community. :)

Thank you so much… :)

I got the same rejection about spaces between the logo might not appear when printed small. Which was a lie because when I got to work today I created a plate and had my co-worker print off the logo at different sizes and the smallest being 1 inch in height and the lines showed up just fine after ran through the press with one color. Now this is a very old 1 color printing press as well.

I’d like to know what’s the smallest they will accept line spaces? Because there are other logos that have smaller line spaces then the one I uploaded and it got accepted.

Already submit my design again one hour ago ! I believe this time they will accept my item. :)

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SBJEWEL says
JStephens said
Rejection is a part of everyday life, get used to it and move on. As your skills increase your rejections will decrease. Everything takes time.

Learn from mistakes and rejections and use them to your advantage. That’s how you become successful in EVERYTHING in life. Failure is another step on the path towards success, you have to fail to learn how to deal with it! Those who never experience rejection/failure, will never succeed, it is that simple.

Don’t be afraid or angry with Rejection, it is a cultural myth that failure is bad, it is one of the most valuable learning moments in your life so learn to take advantage of it instead of focusing on it negatively.

- Jonathan

Thanks…. Agree :) :)

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SBJEWEL says
Ivor said
SBJEWEL ,

‘All Marketplaces’ is for announcements and another Envato related topics for everyone. You’re file was held by a GraphicRiver reviewer, this belongs to the GR forum category.

Please refrain from posting this kind of threads in ‘All Marketplaces’. ;)

PS — Moved to GraphicRiver.

All the best, Ivor.

This is just because….. this way i can get faster support. Sorry if I wrong !

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SBJEWEL says
tigerlabs said
SBJEWEL said
wickedpixel said
“Can’t believe this is happening to me !”
I’m sorry, but who are you that makes this so unbelievable? Are you more special than anyone else for some reason? :)
I will be “Special One” I promise…. Just Need to learn more more and more….. Thanks for your opinion…. :P
Do they teach you the same B.S. that they do in American schools?

They did not teach me well… Very very poor quality here ! So i decide follow your American Schools :D ! I wish I learn and work there…. ! but only problem is some god damn money !

going to submit EDV form this year for sure….

And I have some painful history….. ! some day I will tell you ! Thanks for your opinion :)

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SBJEWEL says

A big thanks to everyone… :) I am going to follow you everyone who are always connected with this awesome community ! Just give me some time; will you? Thanks… :)

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