“The Last Lecture”

“Time is all you have… and you may find one day that you have less than you think…”

At Carnegie Mellon University, there is a tradition of inviting Professors, towards the end of their careers, to give a Last Lecture. Supposing that it was their last lecture, what do they have, to convey to the world? For Randy Pausch, who died of terminal cancer a couple of weeks ago, it was literally his Last Lecture.

His talk, titled “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams” is a source of inspiration for living your life to the fullest. A must see.

One thought on ““The Last Lecture”

  1. I agree. Professor Pausch is a real hero. He showed the world just how tough and bright someone can be if they truly choose to go after what they want.

    I love the whole idea of last lectures- so I started a little blog trying to collect “regular” peoples’. cheers

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