Call Your Mother. Save Your Money.


Consultant Bob Burg, co-author of the bestseller The Go Giver, was asked this question:

~ If you were invited to deliver a commencement address . . . what advice would you give to a class of college graduates?

I asked my wife Joan. I often consult her for her wisdom. She said:

~ "Call your mother. Save your money. Start thinking now about retirement. Go to church."

So, what would your key points be?

Posted by Terrence Seamon, June 2, 2010

Comments

Steve Pashley said…
This is Steve Jobs's advice, given in an address to Stanford University graduates. Entitled: How to Live Before You Die, See http://tinyurl.com/yhwrybh
Terrence Seamon said…
I love that talk Jobs gave. Good words of wisdom. "Don't settle." "Remember you are going to die." "Don't be trapped by dogma." "Stay hungry. Stay foolish."

All graduates should watch.

Another good one was given recently by John Scherer: http://vimeo.com/11661230

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