The Biggest Question College Graduates Need to Ask

Asking the extraordinary to avoid being ordinary

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I’ve lived abroad in Southeast Asia nearly one full year now. People from home — balmy, halcyon California — still ask me what I’ve learned from leaving the country after graduation.

Many of these conversations revolve around potential regrets (I have none) and decisions I would change if I could (also…

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