Given in 2005, Steve Job’s commencement speech is the most watched in history.
The Sermon on the Mount. “When he saw the crowds, he went up the mountain.”
After the events at the US Capitol, Congress reconvenes later that evening to certify the results. Mitt Romney takes the podium.
Considered by most historians to be the greatest US President, Franklin Roosevelt gave his first Inaugural Address in 1933 (the first of four terms). Known as the “Nothing to Fear Speech.”
As we move into a brave new world, I felt this speech was timely. Faulkner gave this speech at the height of the cold war. During a period of great fear, he pushed for a new optimism.
On December 23, 1783, General Washington, leader of the Continental army, gave up his military duty; thus, returning the power back to the people. This maybe the world’s greatest speech.
When I was a kid, I remember watching the news break in after the Challenger exploded. I was home sick that day. And I remember Reagan’s speech clearly. Let’s go to the moon. But, also, never forget the hardships we may face along way.
A debated work. David Foster Wallace.
Bill Clinton can craft a tale, he makes you feel like you’re the only person in the room.
“I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.” Time Magazine called this one of the Top 10 speeches to change history.