Tyler Cowen invites us to ponder this game:

Rejection Therapy is a real life game with one rule: to be rejected by someone every single day, for 30 days consecutive. There are even suggestion cards available for “rejection attempts” (although they are not essential to the game).

I am not sure about rejection as therapy, any more than the general principle that it is therapeutic to expose yourself to new, perhaps uncomfortable experiences all the time.

But rejection is a very simple yardstick by which to judge how often and how hard you are trying, how high you are aiming. We should push those margins as far as they can go, up to the point of negative marginal returns. We have not passed that threshold until the rejection rate is positive.

So, whether or not it is an end in itself, a daily dose of rejection is the hallmark of a life lived to the fullest.