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
Graduation Reality Check This is a summary of David Foster Wallace’s 2005 commencement address This is Water to the Kenyon College graduating class. Wallace starts off by telling his audience that “The most obvious IMPORTANT realities are often the ones that are HARDEST to see and talk about”. This is the first of many reality checks he gives to his fellow students. His address is not the typical pomp and circumstance addresses typical heard at any college or university. Wallace draws in the adults from the audience by connecting with them only on a level that the working classes guests and parents would understand.
He is augmenting in a motivating way. By that I mean, that he speaks in a way to make the listeners motivated. For example he says:” I can do this”, and that helps the audience to understand, that they have to make something out of there lives. He also uses rhetorical questions, to make the listeners think about, what he´s saying about kindness, and how often
Soichiro Honda: The billion-dollar business that is Honda began with a series of failures and fortunate turns of luck. Honda was turned down by Toyota Motor Corporation for a job after interviewing for a job as an engineer, leaving him jobless for quite some time. He started making scooters of his own at home, and spurred on by his neighbors, finally started his own business. Akio Morita: You may not have heard of Morita but you 've undoubtedly heard of his company, Sony. Sony 's first product was a rice cooker that unfortunately didn 't cook rice so much as burn it, selling less than 100 units.
Throughout the fall semester, there have been many pieces of literature that have represented Marywood’s Core Values, teaching great lessons to every reader. One of the major pieces that was covered in the fall semester was A Good Man, written by Mark Shriver. The book is a heartwarming, non-fiction autobiography where the son of a successful politician and Kennedy relative talks about his father’s life and memories. We learn a variety of different values from this book through Sargent Shriver’s love for his family, including empowerment and faith (Shriver). In other works that were studied, such as the poem And Still I Rise Maya Angelou, also teach the values of empowerment, faith, as well as respect with using the negativity to fuel positivity.
Everyone stared at his chromebook in awe, as if it was a winning lottery ticket. The student glanced around and shuffled off to his next class. “Later that day,” a suspect said, “I asked if the chromebook was damaged. He just shook his head and said, ‘It’s perfectly fine.’” Thankfully, with lots of luck, his chromebook was not damaged in the accident.
This assignment was extremely beneficial to me and actually it played a part in me and my uncle, Robert rekindling our relationship. I cannot imagine how difficult it was for him growing up in his error of time being deaf or coping with hearing loss. I am so proud of my uncle because he does really well in a vocational center working on a clean crew. He loves to work because it gives him a sense of independence. In conclusion of my reflection paper I would just say that you have been an inspiration to me as a college professor.
According to Garthwait 2014 understanding, the importance of effective communication is the perquisites for becoming a skilled communicator, which is the goal of both the student and lifelong practitioner. Because I am trained in interactions with clients and client systems I engaged effectively with KS. Effective listening includes active listening, building rapport, paraphrasing, use of open-ended questions, etc. These communication skills enhance accurate understanding and establish an effective working
“...that video has gone viral and is being watched thousands of times on the Internet. So, good job, Ashton” (Goodin). In addition, Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska, compliments the actor, loving how he stayed true to himself and didn’t “take Iowa out of the boy” (Miller). She shows her delight on how Ashton Kutcher didn’t let the fame change his morals despite of all the “Hollywood glitter”. Rush Limbaugh, a talk-radio host, doesn’t really know the liberal actor.
When I walked into Mr. Clayton’s class last year on the first day of school I laughed when he said, “I’m going to teach you how to read.” Little did I know he wasn’t kidding. I was a little intimidated taking his class because in my previous freshman year I was in non-honors English 1. All my life I’ve had trouble interpreting and really understanding beyond the general storyline. The first thing Mr. Clayton talked to us about was learning the deeper meaning behind things
the apple company everyone knows and loves was created by Steve jobs he gave a speech on June 12 2005 at the university of Stanford which was an amazing speech. He used many strategies to persuade and keep the audience engaged, the purpose of this speech was to motivate you to do what you love and do it while you can. During the speech he explains how he never completed college and dropped all of his required classes but then stuck around for another 18 months to study what he loved. He loved calligraphy he studied it knowing it wouldn 't help in the future but he followed his heart. He spent all the money his parents have saved just to drop out of school hoping that in the end it would all be ok.
He often talks about how if you want to be the best at something, you have to earn it. He is a great example that even if you are the best, don 't take yourself too seriously and have fun every once in awhile. He shows everyone the importance of showing resilience, fighting back from his back surgery in college. Overall, Gronkowski is a great example for the kids of our generation, and will
Charlie started forgetting everything he learned just after a couple of months. Charlie had so much knowledge and was even smarter than the doctors that worked on him. He worked on a formula trying to make sure that the next time their is a procedure it will work for sure on kids and adults. The doctors couldn’t even do that, or as fast as Charlie can. The doctors hurt Charlie mentally because they never mentioned that his intelligence and memories will start to fade away forever.
Hello Dr. Pressey, That is a great analogy on the auto-correct feature as compared to tech toys. (Yes, I definitely know of Howard Cossell ). Your “NAW” example would have definitely been frustrating for me – since the acronym had little or no relevance to the request. I can definitely relate to your last sentence about grabbing pencils and paper. True story: My son came to one evening and stated he could not compete his schoolwork because the battery in the calculator was bad (dead).
After the year of training, Foer won the championship, proving that with enough hard work, anything can be mastered. The best moment of the novel was the moment when Joshua Foer finally won the USA memory championship. “‘I looked up and saw the kitschy, two tiered trophy twinkling at the edge of the stage. Ram reached over to shake my hand’” (257).