Many of you have probably already read or listened to this commencement speech by David Foster Wallace. I was introduced to it a couple of years ago, as it was referenced in an executive education course I took. Today, I was reminded of it, as I am going back through my notes from that course, and found his remarks especially compelling.
We decide what has meaning, and on what to focus and to think about. He argues for breaking the shackles of the 'factory default settings' - not being a slave to passive thinking. And, he's entertaining. :-)