If you applied for a promotion and got turned down, you're probably feeling pretty rejected. Being passed over for a job never feels great, but it can be a particularly bitter pill when you're turned down by people who you see every day and who know your work well. But a "no" or a "not this time" doesn't need to be the end of your aspirations. Here are five things you can do in the aftermath of the rejection that can position you much more strongly for the next opportunity.
Don't take it personally. In most cases, being passed over for promotion isn't a repudiation of your skills or your personality. READ MORE AT U.S. WORLD & NEWS REPORT