Steve Jobs give a speech that was full of a pathos appeals as he used his own experiences, and the difficulties he went throw it in his life. A speech for a graduate 's class from Stanford University, while Jobs never graduate from college and he was delivering a speech now in a great university, Jobs felt so honored. Jobs used in his speech a simple word, his speech was far away from any complicated words, most of the speech was to encourage his audience and motivate them using a pathos appeals. Steve Jobs who passed away in 2011 his Stanford commencement speech still inspire thousands of people all over the world until
After admitting to Jim that he did not know anything about delivering a baby, and that he was lucky that the procedure went well, Mac revealed why he did what he did. “With one night’s work we’ve got the confidence of the men and the confidence of London. And more than that, we made the men work for themselves, in their own defense, as a group. That’s what we’re out here for anyway, to teach them to fight in a bunch. Raising wages isn’t all we’re after.
“I want to transfer schools,” I said.”’ (45) Junior knows that white people have more hope, and after his teacher explains to him that he can do better than the reservation school, he decides to change schools. He changes from a nobody to the person who was hopeful enough to leave the reservation. “‘You’ve been fighting since you were born,” he said. “You fought off that brain surgery. You fought off those seizures.
In my junior English class I had to describe how all the literature we read showed the relationship of man and society in one sentence. My response, "We can either destroy humanity with society or save society with humanity, it's all a matter of the people's ability to care," has become a personal ideology. After college I would like pursue a career with a counter-terrorism organization that strives for world peace. Community service has always been a part of my life and I would like to expand this by joining a veteran organization to help families that are experiencing deployments. I know how difficult it can be, yet I realize it can have positive results.
While being in our early 20s we have a long way to go and we do not know what the future brings us. One man ones said: “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.” (Steve Jobs, Stanford Commencement Adress, 2005) We must not worry too much about our future, but just live and enjoy the life we have right
Failure gives the ability to look at a different perspective, a sign that helps guide the way and a teacher that teaches to improve to be better. Many famous people and industries throughout the world had their moments of failure through their first attempts in business or career. In a new book, Super Survivor, written by Psychologist David Feldman and science journalist Lee Daniel infuses stories of people who bounce back and grow after a traumatic event. Super survivors are not people who are extraordinary but ordinary people who take their fears and turn it into something else (Suttie “Can Suffering Lead to Success”)? We only stress about the things we care about.
His job, as he sees it, is to use any means possible to push students to achieve more than is expected of them. (Macnab, Geoffrey: The Independent) Macnab makes a good point that Fletcher ideas about how to teach might be different from typical means of teaching but he just wanted the students to push past their walls and do something spectacular with their craft. Neiman never grow up with a father figure that pushed him. His dad was content but also uncertain about Neimans
On June 12, 2005 Steve Jobs had speech of the commencement address. He was CEO of Apple Computer and Pixar Animation Studios. Early stage of the speech, He talked about his life. He dropped out of college. And he thought it was scary at the time to spend time at University.
The lecture stressed the importance of overcoming difficulties, seizing every moment, and supporting the dreams of others. A few quotes that I personally related with was, “Don’t complain, just work harder.” and “we cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand.” Randy Paush’s, The Last Lecture, is an informational memoir based on the last lecture he gave that was about the power of childhood dreams and the value of achieving them. This book is filled with ideas and observations that Paush wanted to share with his children after he was gone. He was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer and only had months to live. Since most professors give a final lecture before retiring, Paush coordinated a last lecture at Carnegie Mellon for himself.
He became the American dream of the late 1800’s. “[Carnegie] gives away millions to make the nation that had greeted him and which he had made his fortune a better place” (Nasaw). Andrew Carnegie went into this country with nothing save his family. With dedication, he showed everyone that it is possible to go from rags to riches, it’s just a matter of how immensely they hunger for their dreams to come true. Consequently, he was a beacon to young adults that wanted to lead a life of their dreams.