Advice for grads: Work hard, look to God

Jill Murphy and Hannah MillerHannah MillerIt's graduation season. Having graduated from high school exactly a couple of decades ago, "graduation" has not been a part of my recent vocabulary. However, this year is really a turning point as my oldest niece Hannah will be the first of the next generation of my family to graduate from high school.

Thinking about this special time for my niece has brought back the words of advice I've received through the years starting back around the time I graduated from high school. Most of the advice was helpful at the time, and some has become more meaningful as the years go by. Here are a few highlights on how to build a career, a profession and find success in the game of life. It's my gift to Hannah and the graduating class of 2015.

Read my advice for Hannah and the graduating class of 2015 in my latest Community Columnist post for the Appleton Post-Cresent