Graduates, faculty members, parents, invited guests:
I am honored and humbled to speak to you. Your graduation is certainly worthy of a celebration and some words of thought-provoking advice, encouragement and inspiration.
You have much to be thankful for. You have studied, grown mentally, physically and emotionally, and are now eligible to join those folks out in the “real world of work.”
My goal today is to share five lessons with you.
The first lesson is you will end up working a majority of ...Continue Reading →