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WeWork, the founder of the The City University of New York Baruch college speech. Video Editing Intern Wu Jun (06:53)
how long do you think you can get a bachelor's degree? 4 years? 5 years?
you've heard that it took someone 15 years to get a bachelor's degree. Yes, 15 years!
a young man recently returned to his alma mater to give a speech to the graduates, and at the same time, he was one of the graduates.
this is not a successful way of life? Facebook founder Zuckerberg is the same, WeWork joint office space founder and CEO Adam Adam (Neumann) is also true.
Adam Newman has recently made a speech at the graduation ceremony of the Bernard M.Baruch College (CUNY) at the The City University of New York, and this is his own graduation ceremony. Adam Newman shared his two failure experiences and the successful experience of WeWork, shared how to find true love and close friends, and admonished young people to succeed in five small Secrets:
1. constantly improves himself, if you don't make progress every day, it is a waste of life;
2. chooses the right partner The true partner not only likes the present you, but also sees your potential and falls in love with the future of you;
3. children, our children will also promote the development of our own potential and creativity;
4. close friend, like true love, will tell you the truth of the matter;
5. chooses one A meaningful career, your career must have a purpose, otherwise it will be a waste of time.
this graduation season, if you miss Zuckerberg and miss Cook, please don't miss his speech -
below is the full text of Iman's speech:
your respected Dean, old teacher, parents, and classmates, everybody:
American movies and TV shows when I was little, misled me about the definition of success. My idol at that time was the image of a popular culture that pursues meaningless, material, superficial and self centred. When I know these so-called heroes are in fact unhappy for many times, I feel very confused and do not know what is the most important. At that time, I felt that the American dream was to get a college diploma, find a decent job, enjoy life, earn a lot of money, and think about how ridiculous it is. But it was all I knew at the time, and then I started studying at Baruch College for the first two years, when I spent more time at a party than I used to study. My major is Entrepreneurship and the market. The best way to learn from my tutor system is to practice. So I tried to persuade every bodyguard to let me into the club, persuade the organizers to give me a free drink and chase every girl in the city. Maybe everyone would feel like that life is very happy, but it will soon feel tired, every morning to wake up, my stomach is particularly uncomfortable, I can not help asking myself, I did all, why still not happy, when will the arrival of happiness?