'Calvin & Hobbes' Creator Gives the Best Career Advice You'll Ever Hear
In 1995, creator of the classic comic series Calvin & Hobbes Bill Watterson issued the commencement address at Kenyon College, and gave the grads some unconventional advice: Forget traditional "success", and follow your own passion. Watterson told the twentysomethings that there’s nothing wrong with raising a family instead of pursuing a career or taking less pay to do something that makes you happy. Cartoonist Gavin Aung Than decided to pay tribute to Watterson by creating this strip, illustrating the timeless advice in Calvin & Hobbes’ classic style. Be sure to check out the entire strip—it may be one of the best things you’ll read all day …
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