Entrepreneur, Blogger, Author, Speaker
Hello, I’m Jia Jiang. I’m an entrepreneur, blogger, TED speaker and an author. You can dig into the details of my story of entrepreneurship and my immersion into the positive lessons of rejection by clicking on the links at the bottom of the page.
Rejection Therapy started as a card game designed by Canadian entrepreneur Jason Comely. It was later acquired by me. Now it is home to my personal blog as well as products and services to help you become fearless. Its scope and intent are wide: I invite you to join me in this amazing, transformative world of triumph over fear. My journey has revealed that the stings and slights of rejection are universal among us as humans, but that with conscious intent we can turn rejection into enterprise, insult into ambition, and regret into courage.
My research has made several things clear:
- The world of rejection is a place where the fears from such snubs are much more destructive than we knew
- However, with insight, rejection can be much less painful than we believed
- And, that people are much kinder than we ever imagined
This is a world that was hidden in plain sight — join me to examine it closely, and to learn its worthy lessons. This work is ongoing — help me to illustrate the insights.
Join me to build and expand this world — one without the fear of rejection. Knowing how to turn rejection’s darkness into inspiration’s light can help us fulfill more dreams, realize our cherished ideas and write more love stories — starting with our own.
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But enough about me! Rejection Therapy is your chance to bust your fear and start your own amazing journey!
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Talk at Google: "Why Rejection is Awesome"