Less-than-optimal physical fitness --- and I myself would fall into this category --- does not translate to a lack of success or accomplishment in life. I am not going to get into details, but I have some minor health challenges, nothing that's going to kill me, but situations that are less than perfect. I do take good care of myself, but there is always room for improvement. And some things are out of my control.
I, too, am a ham radio operator (though inactive for the moment, I sold my equipment in a cash crunch, seldom used it), and I have two master's degrees, a working knowledge of four languages besides English, and retired three years ago from a modestly successful career in the financial sector. I homeschool my son, I care for my disabled parents, I putter around with various home projects, and I am a halfway decent "firehouse chef". I didn't expect much out of my recipe for honey-soy sauce pork chops last night (Palm Sunday dinner), but they turned out exquisitely.
It is not the "Catholic thing" to praise oneself, to toot one's horn, or to seek praise from others, but I am content with my life. Now if I can just manage to save my soul --- the verdict is still out on that, as it is for all of us --- it will have been a life well lived. Ut in omnibus glorificatur Deus.