house speaker paul ryan spoke it carthage college in wisconsin where he talked about the plan after graduation. [video clip] >> the biggest piece of advice i would give to you is this. don't worry too much about the plan. go or you can make a difference. sometimes fulfillment lies in very unpredictable places. all of your life people are going to hound you about the plan, the plan, the plan. what is your plan? that he found a job? are you going to graduate school? where do you see yourself in 20 years? it will seem like no one cares about what you do so much is where you end up. you will start to wonder whether you should not care either. beware. way, ism, the wrong cynicism in perpetual motion. before dinner services draghi out the stage, let me clarify. i am not telling you to reject the job offer and move your parents basement. [laughter] is wherever you end up, the work itself is the reward. treated that way. like and put your best laid plans through the paper shredder. you may never get that dream job, or if you do it might turn out to be a nightmare. but maybe you are meant to do somethi
it's month-to-month paul ryan gave a commencement speech in his home state of wisconsin at carthage college. it was his second time delivering the commencement address. he spoke previously in 2006. [applause] rep. ryan: thank you. dr. ryan. it sounds like a tom clancy novel. i forgot about that.
the house speaker gave the commencement address at carthage college in kenosha, wisconsin and encouraged graduates not get bogged down by a plan and follow a path that leads to fulfillment. >> thank you. dr. ryan. sounds a tom clancy novel. i forgot about that. thank you very much. to the class of 2016, congratulations. [applause] this is a big moment in your life and no matter how much fun you're are going to have tonight you are bound to remember some of it. [laughter] if you forget the speech, no big loss. i will get over it eventually. just for member one thing. remember the people that got you here. saying which i may have made up a few minutes ago. is for the couple. the wedding is for the family. think of your graduation the same way. it is their achievement as much as it is yours and yet they have gladly given you all of the so if your mom or dad or brother or your sister or your grandparents are your cousins, if they get a little teary-eyed or if they break down and sobbed, bear with them. thank them. appreciate them. k love you more than you'll ever know. -- they love you more
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