• It was a lecture given by professor Randy
Pausch on September 18, 2007.
• It was a base to the New York Times best selling
book named “The last lecture”.
• Really achieving your childhood dreams.
• Enabling the dreams of others.
• It’s about HOW to live your life.
• Being in zero gravity.
• Playing in the NFL. (National Football league).
• Writing an article in the World Book encyclopedia.
• Being captain Kirk. (fictional character in Star
• Wining stuffed animals.
• Being a Disney imagineer.
Don’t complain just work harder.
Treat the Disease, Not the Symptom.
Don’t Obsess Over What People Think.
Look for the Best in Everybody.
A Bad Apology Is Worse Than No Apology.
Tell the Truth.
When a man is landing on the moon.. Everything is possible.
If you took one-tenth the energy you put into complaining and
applied it to solving the problem, you’d be surprised by how
well things can work out.
If you try to treat the disease the symptoms will
vanish with the disease .
If nobody ever worried about what was in other
people’s heads, we’d all be 33 % more effective in our
lives and on our jobs.
“If you wait long enough,” he said, “people will
surprise and impress you.”
Proper apologies have three parts:
1) What I did was wrong.
2) I feel badly that I hurt you.
3) How do I make this better?
If I could only give three words of advice,
they would be “tell the truth.” If I got three
more words, I’d add: “All the time.”