Real Speech Analysis - Tiana Tolman Period 4 Lombardi 1970 Football Hall of Famer Vince Lombardi gave the famous speech What it takes to be number one

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Tiana Tolman Period 4 Lombardi 1970. Football Hall of Famer Vince Lombardi gave the famous speech “What it takes to be number one” only months prior to his death from colon cancer. Lombardi fascinated people not only with his athletic and coaching abilities but with his compelling and inspiring words. A great man on and off the field, Vince Lombardi became an icon to his generation. Lombardi wrote this speech in hopes of inspiring anyone who is striving for success, to take his advice, and apply it to any endeavor. To accomplish that mean, Lombardi establishes credibility, cleverly uses repetition to create a tone of self-fulfillment, and includes personal experiences to connect the audience and make the speech relatable to many. A well-known NFL athlete, coach, and speaker, Vince Lombardi was loved by many and upholds a long, respected legacy. One of the most important aspects in executing his successful speech, he establishes his credibility as the speaker. The audience is less likely to listen to someone who doesn’t possess a victorious or successful background. They just won’t find his advice reliable. Lombardi states in his speech, “There is only one place in my game, and that’s first place. I have
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  • Spring '17
  • Mrs. Van Orden
  • Speech Analysis, American football, Super Bowl, Lombardi, Vince Lombardi, Vince Lombardi Trophy

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