Graduating with top honors from top schools has nothing to do with success.
Being the top-biller or receiving the most awards does not make you better than anyone else.
Fred Smith who founded FedEx had his idea rejected in economics class at Yale by earning a less than stellar C.
Malcolm Gladwell couldn’t get into grad school and now grad schools are reading him.
Richard Branson, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates were either high school or college dropouts.
Mark Zuckerberg dropped out of Harvard to pursue Facebook which he started in his dorm room.
Being good enough is not about the past but pursuing your dreams – relentlessly if possible.
No one gets to grade you because in the end only you can decide what success is.
And there is no time limit on your next success.
See it vividly in your mind’s eye.
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