Recently I was asked to review a new book that was written by Maria Shriver called Just Who Will You Be? The heart of the book is a speech that Shriver gave at a college graduation. I liked her emphasis on character over fame. It was a good reminder that wealth and fame don’t make life problem-free, and that in the long run who you decide to be is more important than how rich or famous you end up being. This book is a very quick and easy read — I actually would have liked it better if it was a little longer– but it would be a nice, encouraging gift for a new graduate. If you would like to win a copy of this book, leave a comment– and just for fun, tell me one thing you remember from your own high school graduation.