My blog post is going to be pretty short today, mainly because I have once said what I want to say today. ‘Tis the season for a new beginning, or commencement if you will. It can be scary for some, exciting for some, or just irrelevant for some. This past Saturday was actually my 2nd go around for post-high school graduation as I graduated with a Master of Science in Sport and Exercise Psychology and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Ball State University. However, today’s blog post is centered around my undergraduate graduation from Wabash College. I delivered a speech on May 17, 2014 about how Lou Gehrig was right. I discussed a topic very important and dear to me, and I encourage you to watch the speech provided by this link. The message can be for children, graduates, parents, CEOs, retired persons, anyone.
Why was Lou Gehrig right? Find out below.
The speech begins at the 18:20 mark. Hope it speaks to you however you may need it to.