Rhetorical Analysis Of Steve Jobs Find What You Love

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Rhetorical Analysis: "You've got to find what you love,"
"Find what you love" CEO of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios,
Steve Jobs, in his commencement speech, You've got to find what you love, emphasizes the importance of doing what makes you happy. Jobs' purpose is to convince his audience to follow their intuition and hearts In order to “Find what you love”; He speaks and stresses the importance of using ones setbacks as a means for growth, he adopts a realistic tone in order to encourage the StandFord graduates to pursue their passions. In order to express the importance in finding what you love he uses anecdotes, pathos, ethos.
Jobs begins his speech by proving you have to start somewhere to reach your full potential. He uses emotional anecdotes to show his character and history. He starts off with an account of how his “Biological mother was a young, unwed college graduate student,” that decided to give him up for adoption (pg. 1 ). Fobs goes on to explain that it doesn’t matter
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pg. 4) Jobs was diagnosed with a cancer that "Was almost certainly a type of cancer that is incurable." (pg. Facing death to back up living everyday like it's your last because he was. Jobs used "Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish." (pg. 5) To express that you should always want more in your life. With him losing Apple he didn't just give up he wanted more and created other successful companies. His stories of encountering loss but always wanting more motivates the students to continue to gain more and more out of life.
Throughout Jobs commencement "Find what you love," Jobs convinces his audience to follow their intuition.Jobs does this through the use of, anecdotes, pathos, ethos. With this he stresses the importance of using ones setbacks as a means for growth, with the use of a realistic tone to encourage the StandFord graduates to to persevere and pursue their
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