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Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams, The Last Lecture By Dying Professor Randy Pausch

I am so glad I came across this inspirational and touching video by Randy Pausch, a Carnegie Mellon Professor who is dying from pancreatic cancer. Randy spoke about the lessons that he learned in his life and taught those who were fortunate enough to be a part of this entertaining and light-hearted sharing session how to really achieve their dreams.

I believe this video is something that should be shared with everyone you know… because you don’t want people around you to end up like the man who was too afraid to go after his dreams do you?

So without further ado, I present to you “Really Achieving your Childhood Dreams” by
Professor Randy Pausch

For those of you who love to read, here’s a transcript of the video. And you can also buy the book based on The Last Lecture here.

Feel free to share with me what you have learnt through the comments!

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This is the third time I’ve seen this video and it is still so touching. He offers the most beautiful straight forward advice. This is truly the transformation of living your life knowing that you will die. It simply becomes a lot realer when you know when it will be.

Thank you Randy,
-Jonathan – Authenticity, Clarity, Balance

Blake says:

Wow, that looks really good. I’ve gotta run, so I can’t read the whole thing now, but from what I’ve read it looks really moving.

Did you ever hear Jimmy V’s speech at the ESPY’s when his cancer got really bad? That was pretty inspiring too.