thisiszombocom: I don't see how making ridiculous requests prepares you for rejection when making reasonable ones.
BarkingUnicorn: KrispyKritter: one must risk rejection to gain acceptance. dooshbag should become a used car salesman. salesmen quickly learn that every no brings you closer to that yes.csb: I attended a small tech college in the early 70s. There were only 127 female students. One day, my friend and I polled every one of them with a simple question: "Will you go to bed with me?" Nobody called the cops. Five said "yes." Three actually meant it.
NkThrasher: Never underestimate the resourcefulness of bored employees when you strike their fancy with a weird request.When your job is "Pick up X amount of Y doughnut, put into bag, rinse, repeat, wipe hands on pants" something like this once in a while probably breaks up the monotony nicely.
Blowmonkey: thisiszombocom: I don't see how making ridiculous requests prepares you for rejection when making reasonable ones.Well, rejection is what you're aiming to desensitize yourself to, the easiest way to get rejected is to make unreasonable requests. It's just a shorcut to the desired outcome, so that when you deal with it in normal life you handle it better.
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