By Katie Reilly
May 24, 2018

Politicians, writers, athletes, celebrities and CEOs have all delivered words of wisdom to 2018 graduates in commencement speeches during the past few weeks.

Here are a few of their most notable pieces of advice:

‘Trust that inner voice’

Journalist Ronan Farrow at Loyola Marymount University on May 5:

Watch his full speech here.

‘Recycle. Make your bed. Aim high. Say thank you’

Oprah Winfrey at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism on May 11:

Watch her full speech here.

‘Living up to your heroes is amazing, but it’s not good enough’

Chance the Rapper at Dillard University on May 12:

Watch his full speech here.

‘Fearlessness means taking the first step’

Apple CEO Tim Cook at Duke University on May 13:

Watch his full speech here.

‘Make failure your fuel’

Soccer star Abby Wambach at Barnard College on May 16:

Watch her full speech here.

‘Now is the time for you to lead’

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at New York University on May 16:

Watch his full speech here.

‘Being a person with integrity is the most valuable asset you have’

Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at Virginia Military Institute on May 16:

Watch his full speech here.

‘Get back up and keep going’

Hillary Clinton at Yale University on May 20:

Watch her full speech here.

‘Challenge all of your assumptions regularly’

Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake at Harvard Law School on May 23:

Watch his full speech here.

‘Above all else, do not lie’

Writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie at Harvard University on May 23:

Watch her full speech here.

Write to Katie Reilly at Katie.Reilly@time.com.

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