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These Great Commencement Speeches Will Change How You Look at Success and Failure
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I graduated from the Oulu Business School on As an international student, I was asked to give a speech from a graduating student's perspective. Below is the speech that I had prepared for the event. Thank you for taking time to read this and giving me an opportunity to share my experience. I am Bimala Chapagain, an International business student from Nepal. As nervous as I am standing here today I am also proud to be sharing my experiences with you all.
15 Great Graduation Speeches Everyone Should Hear
Is it really that big of an accomplishment to warrant diplomas? In the event I am offered an honorary degree and asked to present an address for preschoolers on their graduation this is what I would say. Congratulations on this most momentous day of your lives. I am sure when you consider the most important milestones of your life commencement from an educational establishment offering early childhood education to children between the ages of three and five will be among the highlights.
It's easy to dismiss the lessons delivered in a college commencement speech as reserved for bright, privileged kids with a degree at a fancy school who have their whole lives ahead of them. Anyone still grinding through college or living in the real world probably doesn't exactly feel like the target audience for these inspiring words. And that's not wrong! But the point of these speeches isn't to give those bright-eyed youngsters lessons for that given moment in time.