What if you don’t hear back? Or get the 'thanks but no thanks' response?
Firstly, know that you’ve given it your best shot and sometimes the dice doesn’t roll the way you want it to, that’s just how it is sometimes.
Even if you get that old rejection line and it doesn’t work out as you hoped, it’s a smart idea to follow up to grab some feedback as there may be some gems there.
Also, it may mean you’re top of mind if the opportunity comes back again or another like it. So call them, ask for specific feedback and take on board what’s valuable.
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