Numbers Don’t Determine Your Worth
When someone will ask about what kind of a person you are, they aren’t going to ask about what your GPA was in college. They aren’t going to ask how many friends you have on Facebook or how many people like your Instagram posts. Hell, they won’t ask about any numbers that you think might be important. Why? It’s because numbers don’t determine your worth.
At this moment in your life, you think that your GPA is going to keep you out of grad school. Your LSAT score won’t get you into law school. You weight is too high. You don’t have enough savings. Let me tell you right now that none of that matters. Hell, even your age doesn’t matters.
Numbers don’t determine if you’re a good person or not. They don’t determine how smart or capable you are. They aren’t the benchmark you should be using to determine what kind of a person you are. How you treat others, and how they treat you, matters more. How you handle–or don’t handle–stressful situations matters more. The outlook you have about how you live your life matters more. What difference does a number make in the grand scheme of your life?
Again, numbers don’t determine your worth.