2008 Digital Impact the presidential election president barack obama uses facebook and internet to connect with the world – linda randall the idea girl says #prediction jia jang 100 days of rejection
olympic donuts Surprising Lessons From 100 Days of Rejection: Jia Jiang at TEDxAustin
feb 24, 2014 at 930 pm est.
the idea girl says
learning how to deal with rejection in a positive way, finding out how successful people do it..
I loved the olympic donuts! what a cool idea 😉
Jia Jiang did 100 different things to get rejected, to show us that when we open our hearts up to people, they open up their hearts to us, his final rejection #100 was to ask President Barack Obama if he could interview him on how to be a president of the United States of America, win 51% of the votes and be rejected by over 68 million people.
I was shocked when Jia Jiang said that!
I was also impressed that President Barack Obama and others before him could deal with that type of rejection and not let it stop him from doing his job running a country.
Now i am tweeting president barack obama on twitter (i posted a message on facebook feb 24 2014) to Jia Jiang that I would do that for him.
You see I’ve had a life long struggle with rejection.
I’ve never been involved with anything political in my life, until I saw Barack Obama, when he first started to campaign years ago.
Forgive me i’m not sure how long that is (longer then 4 to 5 years ago)
He GAVE me hope as a canadian citizen.
The hope of being rejected by people, yet able to carry on with a goal and to succeed.
I did succeed at a goal, because of this, it spurred me on to be a blogger no matter how much criticism i got.
Jia Jiang is an inspiration to over 9,289 subscribers on his youtube channel with
6,792,358 views from july 26, 2009.
President Obama, you could reach millions of kids, teens and adults with a message that can change the world that we live in #prediction
you can inspire us to greatness and teach us how to deal with “rejection” in a positive manner, one that will be written down in history books for ages to come…
@theideagirl on Twitter (linda randall)