Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger… but it does almost kill you.
Conan O’Brien delivered this year’s commencement speech at Dartmouth College. he speech is 24 minutes long, has loads of comedy (some of it inappropriate for work- be advised!), but…
Around the 16:00 mark, he begins to wrap up with a personal and heartfelt message.
His advice was based on his experience with a very public "failure." Conan’s key takeaway message was this: "It is our failure to become our perceived ideal that ultimately defines us and makes us unique. It’s not easy, but if you accept your misfortune and handle it right, your perceived failure can be a catalyst for profound re-invention.”
How have your dreams become re-aligned towards perhaps what God was dreaming for you?