During this encouraging commencement speech, Ellen DeGeneres addresses the graduation glass of Tulane University. She moves the audience when she talks about her difficult journey through life and evokes laughs as she explains how her definition of success has changed over the years.
Ellen talks about many emotionally heavy topics during this encouraging commencement speech. She addressed the graduating class by saying that -- in her opinion -- the most important thing in your life is to live with integrity, to live as an honest and passionate person and to contribute in some way. Above all else some of the most desisting things that have happened to you will teach you the most.
Ellen ends her encouraging commencement speech by offering one last piece of viable advice before she dances off the stage. She reminds the young people who are breaking into the job market to show their brains and be true to themselves.
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