Randy Pausch on Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams

What wisdom would we impart to the world if we knew it was our last chance? For Carnegie Mellon professor Randy Pausch, the question isn’t rhetorical – he’s dying of cancer.

Here are some of Randy’s wise words from his talk:

“Tenacity is a virtue. Not getting what you want is the most valuable experience you can have.”

“Brick walls are there for a reason. They let us prove how badly we want things.”

“Don’t write people off! Wait long enough, and people will surprise and impress you.”

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source: Google & Wall Street Journal

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