Hear My Advice

Since the age of 15, one of my goals in life has been to become a speaker at colleges across the planet. In preparation for this, I’ve written my first speech for Rutgers University titled, “You Rejected Me, But I Got the Last Laugh–lol.” Ironically, I received a call a few weeks ago for me to speak at my alma matter (and Rutgers rival), Seton Hall University.

In mid-November I will visit the school to participate in a round table discussion on the subject of “life after graduation for marketing, management and sports management majors.” Hopefully this will be the first of many, leading up to the grand finale–an invitation as the keynote speaker at Rutgers, where I start my speech by hysterically laughing.

To all SHU students who are reading this as a result of my speech, I’ll be demanding 10% royalties after you become wildly successful, thanks to my great advice!

P.S: I’m not kidding…expect an invoice from me!

  1. February 24, 2011 - Reply

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