Im in a preety prestigious university. Over the years, I've met really nice people. Some of these are really smart and either landed extremely well paying jobs/started their own extremely successful business (like millions in revenue).
In the meantime, here I am barely achieving a 3.0GPA, not being able to get internships or jobs.
I cant help but feel miserable in comparison to them,even though ive already achieved more than the vast majority of the north american population.
any of you feel/felt the same? How did you turn out?
> here I am barely achieving a 3.0GPA
GPA is largely irrelevant. But if there aren't at least a couple subjects where you manage to be noticeably above other students that's pretty bad.
>even though ive already achieved more than the vast majority of the north american population
no one cares about your ego stroking
Your prestigious uni gives you an education (which you could for the most part get elsewhere) and most importantly makes people positively prejudiced towards you due to preselection, but it can only carry you so far if everyone can tell you're a worthless faggot the second you open your mouth, which being unable to get any internship would indicate.
"Local student Jeffrey Jeffrey feels bad after peers do better"
The depressed youth was quoted as saying, "Yeah like I sorta tried and did like okay I guess. I'm hoping Bernie will help me out."
Are you having fun in your pity party? You might as well quit now, because with the attitude you have, you're never going to beat anyone.
You wanna know why there are people better than you, because they work harder than you. I've been a regular of /g/, and /fit/, and now /biz/, and everyone always makes these threads:
>"Why can't I deadlift 405lbs?"
>"Why am I not good at programming?"
>"Why am I not excelling in school?"
You wanna know why? You aren't working hard enough. Do wanna go out and drink, or do you wanna get a goddamn A? Do you wanna proudly display your GPA on a resume, or do you want to make excuses? Do you wanna be rich, or do you wanna work for someone else making an average salary? The choice is yours.
Read "Meditations" by Marcus Aurelius, and then come back here and try to make this thread again. Work hard, think bigger, be better.
Caesar wept at the foot of Alexander.