Sorry about the difficult question😅 thank you for sharing your opinion, Amanda.
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Typically college grads earn more, but they’re limited to the middle class. The rich don’t go to college. They buy assets and build business systems. Societal value ties in with economic value, but I’d relate it more to your purpose and your ability to execute that purpose. My purpose is to create enough wealth to change lives on a mass scale. Want to donate towards causes I believe will help society. I want to donate towards political campaigns. Fitness and health. Cancer studies. Support innovative technology. Teach people money. List goes on and on. I just want to help people who are doing good things in the world- and I’m trying to create enough scale to impact on a significant level. This purpose makes me excited to wake up in the morning and keeps me up at night. I know you just went through a breakup according to your other question, and I did too at your age. As soon as you find your purpose, you’ll start to really live your life. Don’t be so down on yourself bro.
the regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something.