Famous Motivational Speeches - Find Your Inspiration!
Some great speeches were given through comedy by philosophers and comedian hybrids. There is something inspirational about a comedic actor who can bring humor to a concept, yet not corrode the root point and important message that needs to get across. For many, laughter loosens up our mood, our tight grip on our mental filters that block us from hearing what we need to hear and in fact can corrode what we hear as our perception is not open minded all the times. With laughter being a highly sought out commodity, it becomes a door into the minds of the speech giver's audience.
You can access a great deal of the archived famous motivational speeches given by some of the most forward, innovative, and rational thinkers right on the internet. The world's information and video where available have become so incredibly convenient that when you need anything you can pretty much just go online and get it.
If you want to see a famous motivational speech by a specific person, you can watch a video of it. If the person is dead and didn't tape their speech, chances are someone came in behind them, liking their work and feeling passionate about the message of the speech, that may have made a rendition of the speech that you can watch and become inspired by!
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Leadership Lessons For Uncertain Times - Lessons For Leaders From We Are Marshall
By Ron Wilder
The movie We are Marshall tells the story of the rebuilding of the Marshall University football program after a tragic plane crash in 1970 that killed nearly the entire team and coaching staff, and how the university president came close to suspending the program when he was persuaded to rebuild. In one scene, Matthew McConaughey as the coach, realizing the playbook was designed for a different time and team, throws it out and designs a new offensive scheme; the team is clearly failing using the old playbook. While the story of Marshall is about the triumph of the human spirit in the face of tragedy, this scene also holds a great lesson on leadership and change management in today's uncertain environment. If the environment has changed and we are to succeed, it implies that old behavior will not work. If you are the leader, you must do more than cast a vision or rally the troops with a motivational speech. You must identify what new behavior is required and help your team learn that new behavior as fast as possible.
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Motivational Speaking - Connect, Persuade & Inspire Through Eye Contact
By Christopher Babson
If you don't connect and develop relationship and pathos with the audience, you're dead in the water. If you do, you can take your audience (and, interestingly enough, yourself) to great heights.
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