Commit to Something

“The most menacing dragons that stand in the way are the everyday boredom, and distraction, and uncertainty that can erode our ability to commit to anything for the long haul.”

If you’re the kind of person who loves to keep your options open (to a fault), you need to watch this video.

In a three-minute excerpt of a graduation speech, Harvard Law student Pete Davis will inspire you to commit to something and recognize the most radical act you can take is to “make a commitment to a particular thing, to a place, to a profession, to a cause, to a community, to a person — to show our love for something by working at it for a long time.”

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