Most advice is obvious, and often delivered by people who are hopelessly romantic about the power of their own mistakes. For example, here are the four most commonly shared themes that define dozens of the world's most popular and widely shared commencement speeches:
Make mistakes. Do what you love. Take risks. Never give up.
Sure, it's all pretty good advice - but what would you do differently tomorrow after you heard it? For anyone who has ever been frustrated with obvious or broad advice and wants something a little more 'useful' this book will help.