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Steve Jobs’ Stanford University Commencement Speech
"Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish." The advice contained in Steve Jobs' commencement speech provides readers with food for thought.
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- Pair the reading of Job's speech with a reading of Robert Frost's poem, "The Road Not Taken"
- Pair with other commencement speeches like Mark Twain's "Advice to Youth" and Mary Schmich's hypothetical address "Wear Sunscreen"
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