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The Last Lecture, an inspirational book co-written by Professor Randy Pausch and Wall Street Journal reporter Jeffery Zaslow based on the Randy Pausch Lecture at the Carnegie Mellon University on September 18,2007. Although he was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer but he did not stop giving up and continuing delivering his last lecture, titled “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams” in front of more than 400 attendees.
Randy Pausch - The Last Lecture

Summary of The Last Lecture
In Randy Pausch Last Lecture, he did not talked much about how to battle with Pancreatic Cancer Tumors but rather his philosophy on life and achieving your childhood dreams. It was about the importance of how to go about achieving them as one grows older. Taking the time to realize your dream, the importance of good parents in a child’s life and how to enable the dreams of others. In the last lecture, Randy had combined the humor, wisdom and inspiration spirit that will always make you motivated all the time.

Randy Pausch Quote
We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand. – Randy Pausch

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Conclusion:
If you want to know more about Randy Pausch, kindly browse to Randy Pausch Homepage or Randy Pausch wikipedia site. From Randy’s website, you can learn how Randy Pausch positively fighting with Pancreatic Cancer and other useful resources such as The Last Lecture PowerPoint slides and transcript for free download. You may use them for non-commercial purposes without asking for permission. Our beloved Randy Pausch died of Pancreatic Cancer on July 25, 2008 at the age of 47. His amazing testimonial has inspiring millions of readers to never stop believing in their dreams and pursue for life happiness.
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