Posted Friday, May 25, 2007
Wear sunscreen. Save for retirement. Don't sweat the small stuff. Commencement speeches are full of cliches, platitudes and, sometimes, good advice. It's the season where speakers dust off quotes from Robert Frost, Henry David Thoreau and Langston Hughes - "take the road less traveled, march to the beat of a different drummer, hold fast to dreams." What advice do graduates today really need? We commence with advice giving Friday morning on The Sound of Ideas.
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