The luck factor is important. Whether you have been born in an educated family is important. Whether you have been around driven people is important. Whether you have had access to certain tools is important. They make a lot of difference, and in some cases, they can make or break you. But more often than not, that should not be used as an excuse. The moment you realize that is the moment you have the obligation to make it better as the circumstances allow. Yes, you still might not get all those opportunities for you, it might be too late. But you wouldn’t be you if you had all those opportunities early on. Maybe this is your strength. Maybe this is what makes you able to bring something different to the table. You have a different perspective because of the experiences you’ve had. Put it to use. Put yourself out there and see what happens.

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