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“Great minds have great ideas and great people have great thoughts”. There are many minds who have a different perspective, stories given by famous people in their speeches. The given speeches are on life and relationship, politics, career, time management, motivation, and more.

Table of Contents

1. Steve Jobs: Stanford, 2005

2. Michelle Obama: Tuskegee University, 2015

3. Natalie Portman: Harvard, 2015

4. Amy Poehler: Harvard University, 2011

5. Meryl Streep: Barnard College, 2010

6. David Foster Wallace: Kenyon College, 2005

7. Barack Obama: Howard University, 2016

8. Kerry Washington: George Washington University, 2013

9. J.K. Rowling: Harvard, 2008

10. Oprah Winfrey: Harvard University, 2013

11. Joss Whedon: Wesleyan University, 2013

12. George Saunders: Syracuse University, 2013

13. Nora Ephron: Wellesley College, 1996

14. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Wellesley College, 2015

15. Admiral William H. McRaven: University of Texas at Austin, 2014

16. Conan O’Brien at Dartmouth College in 2011

17. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie at Wellesley College in 2015

18. Ellen DeGeneres at Tulane University in 2009

19. Jeff Bezos, Princeton, 2010

20. John F Kennedy, American University, 1963

21. Muhammad Ali, Harvard University, 1975

22. Tim Cook’s 2019 speech at Tulane University

23. Tryst with Destiny – Jawaharlal Nehru

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tryst_with_Destiny

24. Crisis of civilization – Rabindranath Tagore

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25. Quit India speech – Mahatma Gandhi

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26. “Give me blood and I will give you freedom” speech – Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

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27. The power of sports by nelson mandela

28. Jim Carrey’s Commencement Address at Maharishi University, 2014

29. Martin Luther King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ Speech, 1963

30. Bill Gates’ Commencement Address at Harvard Business School, 2007

31. Mark Zuckerberg’s Commencement Address at Harvard University, 2017

32. Winston Churchill – “We Shall Fight on the Beaches” speech in 1940

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33. The Pleasure Of Books – William Lyon Phelps, 1933

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34. Randy pausch “Acheiving your childhood dreams”

35. Randy pausch “Time management”

36. Richard Hamming “learning to learn”

37. David Foster Wallace: “This Is Water” (2005)

38. Simon Sinek: Live2Lead 2016

39. Sheryl Sandberg: Harvard Business School Class Day Speech (2012)

40. Dan Pink: “The Puzzle of Motivation” (2009)

41. “Questioning to the universe” – Stephen Hawking


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