Ben Bernanke's Ten Rules of Advice for Success

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Jan. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg Television's "Lunch Money" Host Adam Johnson looks at advice from outgoing Fed chairman Ben Bernanke. (Source: Bloomberg)

Last year, mr.

Virgie spoke at consent -- mr.

Bernanke spoke at princeton's commencement ceremony.

I wrote to inquire about the status of my leave at this university.

"princeton receives many more qualified applicants." i will make some suggestions.

Life is unpredictable, any 22-year-old who thinks they know where they will be in 10 years or 30 years is lacking imagination.

Whatever life may have in store, each of you has a lifelong project, the development of yourself as a human being.

From everyone to whom much has been given, much will be required.

From the ones to whom watc -- much has been interested, more will be demanded.

Those most worthy of admiration are those who have made the best use of advantages or cope most courageously with adversities.

Cynicism is a poor substitute for critical thought and constructive action.

Economics is a sophisticated field of thought that is so curved explaining to policymakers while the -- why the choices they made in the past were wrong.

A courageous is in -- a career decision based only on money is a recipe for unhappiness.

Nobody likes to fail, failure is an essential part of life and learning.

If your uniform is not 30, you have not been in the game.

Physical beauty is evolution's way of assuring us that the other person does not have too many intestinal parasites.

Call your mom and dad once in a while.

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