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AOL创始人北卡罗莱那大学2013年毕业演讲(视频)

时间: 2019-06-04 00:36:54 | 作者:张筱雨 | 阅读:200次

史蒂夫-凯斯是全美最大的网络服务商美国在线(AOL)的创始人,下面是史蒂夫-凯斯(Steve Case)在北卡罗莱那大学教堂山分校2013年毕业典礼上的演讲视频及演讲稿,他告诉学生们,要学着做一个进攻者。进攻者往往比较大胆、有创新想法,并 尝试着破坏现状、并引进更好的方式。我们需要跳出盒子想问题,有好奇心,并愿意承担风险。
  University of North Carolina Commencement Address
  Delivered by Steve Case
  May 12, 2013
  Steve Case 2013
  Good morning!
  It’s great to be back in Chapel Hill!
  I’ve had the honor of visiting the area a half dozen times over the past couple years, joining President Obama and his Jobs Council to outline public policy initiatives, and meeting on multiple occasions with inspiring, young entrepreneurs in the Research Triangle.
  And more importantly, I’ve had the opportunity to spend time on the amazing UNC campus – guest lecturing at Chancellor Thorp’s Econ 125 class on entrepreneurship, and taking in a game at the Dean Dome.
  I started many of my mornings in Chapel Hill the way I suspect some of you do: by going through the drive through at Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen. Those biscuits may not be the healthiest way to start the day, but they sure are tasty!
  Before I begin, I want to say a word of thanks to my friend Holden Thorp. After spending most of his career at UNC, and living most of his life here in North Carolina, Chancellor Thorp is, as you know, moving on to a new adventure.
  So please join me in giving a Tar Heel cheer to the chancellor for his outstanding service to your university and to our country.
  And before we start the cheer, I want you to know that duke is also having their commencement this morning… so let’s be loud, and make sure they hear us in Durham.
  Ready?
  (Tar Heel! / Tar Heel! / Tar Heel!)
  It is an honor to be with you. I’d like to congratulate each of you on this exciting day – and also congratulate your parents and all those who have sacrificed to help get you to this point. They are no doubt proud this morning to be celebrating your achievement.
  Frankly, graduation day can be tough for parents. More than you might imagine, it is a time of transition and change for them as well. They woke up this morning as your parents – but they’ll go to bed tonight more as your peers.
  And I suspect today may also be a little bittersweet for some of you.
  You’re delighted to have completed the requirements to graduate, proud to be receiving your degrees, and excited to be embarking on the next chapter in your lives.
  But at the same time, you may be a little nervous. You have your diploma, but you aren’t quite sure what the future holds.
  A half century ago, most graduates committed to a job and a career path, and stayed on that track for their whole lives.
  Things are different today. Most of you will not only have multiple jobs – you likely will have multiple careers.
  So the key is to keep learning. Be curious. Be open. Be flexible. Let your life unfold as a series of chapters. Don’t be so fixated on a specific ending that you neglect to open the door when opportunity knocks.
  But no matter what you end up doing, no matter what path you choose to follow, there are a few things that i hope you’ll remember when you walk out of Kenan Stadium today.
  Specifically, 3 things – just 3 - what i like to call the 3 Ps. They are: People, Passion and Perseverance.
  I have found they are the keys to success in whatever you choose to do. So I wanted to share them with you this morning.
  The first of the P’s is people.
  No matter what you do in life, your ability to succeed will be largely dependent on your ability to work with people. Indeed, it has often been said that what you do is less important than who you do it with – that the people you surround yourself with, whether a spouse, or friends, or co-workers, will ultimately be the principal determinant of the course your life will take.
  So don’t just focus on the job descriptions, or the brand name of the organization you’re going to join – also focus on who you’ll be working for, and with.
  You’ll soon learn that no matter how bright you might be, or how hard you’re willing to work, your ultimate success or failure will largely be determined by how you galvanize others to work with and for you.
  There’s an old African proverb that I love. It says if you want to go quickly, go alone. But if you want to go far, you must go together.
  There’s a lot of wisdom in that. It may seem easier to go alone – just do it yourself – but you will maximize your impact if you go together – taking the time to assemble the right team and build the right relationships so you can go as far as possible.
  So the first principle to focus on is people – and I’d urge you to check in with yourself from time to time in the years ahead, to be sure the people you’re surrounding yourself with can in fact lift you to achieve more then you could on your own.

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