You see, I don't normally give speeches, especially ones which require offering advice and inspiration.I'm more "you mother" than I am Mother Theresa.Just the thought of standing up here gave me such agita that I originally said no.But the person asking me was my dear friend and illustrious BU grad Andy Lack, the new chairman of NBC news and MSNBC.So in the end, I couldn't resist.And, by the way, I fully intend to remind him of this in a few months when my contract comes up for renewalbecause at 61, I need the job security.So here I stand, a nervous wreck, worried I'll say the wrong thingand you're gonna end up years from now drowning your sorrows at Tavern in the Square. Yeah.Wondering, "Where we go wrong? Oh yeah, it all started with that damn commencement speech."Or perhaps even more humiliating, you won't remember the speech at all, much less who gave it.But that's the future; this is now. And if I'm nervous, maybe you are, too.Maybe you're anxious about what comes next,feeling the pressure to have all the answers, to get it right, right out of the box.