You probably heard this quote at some graduation ceremony or some mid-life crises oh-no-what-I-am-doing-I-hate-my-life advice website, but before you declare it the greatest idea ever and start pro golfing or something, maybe the quote isn't as true as some people say it is.
Dr. Seuss's final book is a classic book about graduating and a classic gift for grads. But are there other books that would work too?
We're always told not to judge books by their covers, but how else do we decide how to buy them? (I mean, besides the obvious of asking someone who has read it).
In school, students are told to use complex vocabulary, but in reality, many writers try to use simple words, like Ernest Hemingway. What other things are kids told about writing that contradict real life?
Before you ask how to be successful, you need to know what success is. So what is it, then?