You know how there are certain items in a shop that are never purchased, its not because there is anything wrong with it, it’s just that people refuse to buy it because maybe no one else is buying it. So in context to the above line, it seems that the value people assign to a particular item depends on the value that other people place on it.
To bring it into context of an individual- if you hear about a man or a woman over a certain age (eg: 30yrs), not married as yet, automatically people assume there is something wrong with this person and since he/she has had no takers till now – is STILL single, does his/her market value then.. go down?
Does anyone know the math to find out one’s market value? Oh wait! I just found a link where you actually can.. check it out HERE
I am apparently worth $1.27 million to round up (or $1,266,016 million to be exact) Not much I know.. but in 10 years I’ll check again, I might be worth a few more millions 😀😀 Go ahead and check yours, You know you want to do it…
I am 35 now, never been married. Reasons for that – maybe I am not interested in getting married OR haven’t found the right person as yet.
Who cares?!!! I’m still worth $1.27 million
If we have sporting leagues around the world that can buy players for ‘x’ amount of money for local teams/franchises, we’d do well to know how much we’re worth too right? Who knows.. in the days to come – we might just be recognized by a number and its price.
Anything is possible! That said – for every Indian.. linkage to the Aadhaar card is necessary 😂😂😂