Thursday, November 19, 2009

Randy Pausch Inspires Graduates

Randy Pausch's "Last Lecture" became one of the most-watched videos on YouTube in 2007 as he inspired millions with his speech laced with humor, despite battling pancreatic cancer. He later published a best-selling book by the same name. In the spring of 2008, just two months before his death, he was invited to address the graduating class of Carnegie Mellon University, where he was a professor. In this 6-minute presentation, he encourages the audience to live fully and find your passion.

Randy truly left an inspiring legacy for his children and the rest of us.  
How can you live more fully, so when you reach the end of your life, you'll have no regrets about the things you did not do?

1 comment:

  1. This message is perhaps the most important we will ever hear. In a sense, Randy Pausch let death, which is always at arm's reach, be his advisor. We don't want to adopt a morbid mentality, but we need to appreciate that we are living with a death sentence, and the time for our end is completely unknown. Find your passion!


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