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Founder of The Brainchild Group and CEO of a revolutionary technology startup, Aaron Schoenberger has published an article that is aimed at inspiring entrepreneurs and showing them how rejection can be used as a source of inspiration.

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LOS ANGELES, CA, July 07, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Founder of The Brainchild Group and CEO of a revolutionary technology startup, Aaron Schoenberger has published an article that is aimed at inspiring entrepreneurs and showing them how rejection can be used as a source of inspiration.

The focus of the article is on taking something that would ordinarily be viewed as catastrophic, such as losing the bid for a large account, and turning it into fuel for your entrepreneurial fire. Being turned down should equate to even more of a drive to succeed, not a feeling of failure, which is where many entrepreneurs go wrong and spiral downhill.

"I remember sitting in the dark in my squeaky computer chair telling myself I'm going to finish one more task before bed when birds would start chirping and I'd see the sun slowly rising over the apartment building across the street. That's what being an entrepreneur is all about: Doing whatever it takes to succeed," Mr. Schoenberger stated.

He highlights the fact that he became successful after continuously giving his all and never relenting. He stated: "My business became my life and the life I wanted was dependent on the business."

Mr. Schoenberger has now launched a technology startup geared towards making the world a better place. "I am the kind of person that's passionate about my beliefs and I'm never afraid to pursue my dreams, especially when an idea can potentially save lives," he said. The new company will be officially announced in August 2014.

To read Aaron Schoenberger's article titled "Entrepreneurial Hardships: How Rejection Can Breed Success," please visit the following link: http://www.thebrainchildgroup.com/blog/2014/07/entrepreneur-tip-success/

About Aaron Schoenberger:
Mr. Schoenberger is an entrepreneur and marketing executive that has created multiple businesses over the years and is known as one of the leading social media marketing consultants. He's Founder of The Brainchild Group through which he provides marketing and consulting services to organizations ranging from startups to Fortune 100 companies, and is CEO of a technology startup. Mr. Schoenberger has spoken at numerous social media conferences, is quoted on a regular basis, and is mentioned in college marketing textbooks.

Contact Information:
The Brainchild Group
269 S. Beverly Dr. #1304
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 876-0874
http://www.thebrainchildgroup.com



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