Follow Your Dreams
Opens with Impact: "There is no strife, no prejudice, no national conflict in outer space as yet…" (John F. Kennedy Speech)

Clear Preview: Dreams are important for all people. They give us a sense of
hope and motivation to achieve after something that we feel
would be impossible.

Connects with Audience: Dreams is what keeps people going in life; everybody
needs dreams to live

Clear Thesis Statement: Without dreams, man would never and will never achieve
greater heights.

Signposting: End each topic with an example.

Body

I. Why dreams are so Important.
A. They give us hope for the future.
1. Life Achievements
a. Marriage
b. Happiness
B. They keep us organized
1. Help us to make goals in life
a. School
b. Work

*Example: A Beautiful Mind (The Movie)

II. The greatest example in my life of "Following your Dreams"
A. Lawrence R. Lutz
1. What kind of person
a. Not successful; but loving
b. Not selfish; but helpful
c. Not prideful; but humble
2. Greatest dream is happiness for others
a. Wife
b. Children
c. Fellow men

III. Following your Dreams
A. "It is not what the world brings to us, but what we bring to the world."
1. What do you have to offer to the world?
a. Leadership
b. Research
c. Education
2. If you have not already, began today
a. Offer what you have to offer to the world

Conclusion

Summary of Main Points: Remember that dreams are the way to the future and
that it is important to explore them. Dreams keep us
motivated and help us have a feeling of
accomplishment. By following our dreams, we can
not only help ourselves, but many others.

Concludes with Impact: My fellow classmates. Today is the day to find your
dreams. Hold on to your dreams; don't let go of them.
Remember the perfect example of a man who would
never give his dreams up, even until it cost his life.
Martin Luther King once said, "Let us not wallow in the
valley of despair…" (Martin Luther King Speech) If you
have a dream today pursue it with all the strength you
have, for your dreams hold the future of tomorrow.


References:
- Martin Luther King, Jr. "I have a Dream" 1963.
- John F. Kennedy "We choose to go to the Moon" 1962.
- Anne of Green Gables (The Movie)
- A Beautiful Mind The Movie

 
Bibliography:
References: - Martin Luther King, Jr. “I have a Dream” 1963. - John F. Kennedy “We choose to go to the Moon” 1962. - Anne of Green Gables (The Movie) - A Beautiful Mind The Movie
 
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