In Jia Jiang's book "Rejection Proof", I encountered the following sentence:
Self-improvement: By taking the motion out of rejection, one can use it as an effective way to improve an idea or product.
To get a little more context, here is the corresponding text section (cited from here):
For example, in a job search, if you applied one hundred times with the same résumé and were rejected for an interview each time, instead of seeing the rejections as a sign that you are not qualified for the job and should lower your expectations, you could improve your résumé, write a new cover letter, or use other channels such as networking to try again and see if there is any change in the percentage of callbacks.
Could you please explain, what "taking the motion out of" mean? More specifically:
Is this meant in a figurative sense?
For which other situation could I use as well? Could you please give me an example?