Results Day: Never think you’re less of a person due to your education.


With results day upon us today we all fear the most. I’m not saying fear is a weakness, it is however an inconvenience. For everyone results day is the moment of where we cherish success or worryingly fall to the possibility of failure. Just because academically you haven’t got the grades to move on, doesn’t mean that you’re stupid. There are some of the most remarkable people who never even passed school and got require grades to back them up.

Look at some of the mega-buck men and women out there who didn’t study in and schools or universities and still now are some of the most successful people in the world.

Mark Zuckerberg


One of the most successful teenagers of his time. From creating a social networking website while studying in Harvard University USA. He and 4 others created the website called “Facebook” which is used my billions of people worldwide. He also dropped out of university to follow his project. He proved that if you come out with an original idea that you could potentially make it in the wide world.

Steve Jobs:


One of the most successful technology enthusiasts and founder of Apple. Apple is one of the most noticed company in the world. It all came from one guy who was a college dropout due to financial problems in his early childhood. Now if he was a dropout in college then he must have been thought to be a waste. Well we all know how that turned out.

Bill Gates:

LAS VEGAS - JANUARY 7: Microsoft chairman Bill Gates delivers a keynote address at the 40th annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) convention January 7, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES will run January 8-11 and is expected to draw approximately 150,000 attendees with over 1.6 million square feet of convention floor space. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Harvard’s most successful dropout who was the Founder of Microsoft. Now this guy proves to you that you do not need any PHD or masters in anything. He in fact was only a teenager suffering from dyslexia which is a form of learning disability. But did that stop him? No it actually allowed him to prove that anyone who had a slight learning difficulty could overcome it and achieve great things.


So really what I’m trying to say is that there shouldn’t be anything that stops you becoming what you want to be. You don’t require a piece of paper telling you that you’re smart enough to take on the world. Everyone has their strengths and weaknesses it’s just working them in a way that they no longer become a weakness.




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