The answer to the question: If you could have dinner with anyone in history who would you choose just changed for me. My choice would be Randy Pausch; but unfortunately that will not be possible.The Carnegie Mellon Professor, and Author of the remarkable and inspiring book “Last Lecture”, fought to the end but lost his battle with cancer passing away at the age of 47.
Randy Paush was a life pioneer, an inner architect of the truest sense, who valued and coveted his time here like nobody I have ever witnessed. You can not help but be touched or greatly effected by Randy Pausch. If you watch his greatest triumph (video below) the last lecture the youtube video of his final lecture “Achieving Your Childhood Dreams” performed September 18, 2007 before a packed house at Carnegie Mellon University, you begin to understand the message: live life, embrace your obstacles, and triumph through your will
Please watch and embrace this video-it will be the best hour you have ever invested!
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Tom Royce one of the most influential bloggers, a real estate niche dynamo, understands the importance of transition and change. He is an expert in the field of real estate and he has seen many of his peers and readers suffer through tough times in recent months.
Therefore it is unquestionably gratifying to read therealestatebloggers.com’s Tom Royce book review and assessment of author Susan Hanshaw’s latest work “Inner Architect: How To Build The Life You Were Designed To Live.”
Excerpts With Meaning
“Susan addresses this transition ( reassessing career goals and aspirations) throughout The Inner Architect. The theme is to find what you love to do and develop the strength and skills to achieve this transition. Instead of just hoping that it works out, one needs to develop the skill set to make the transition successfully.”
” Susan leads you through addressing the root cause of your fears while giving you the blueprint to leave them behind.”
“Inner Architect: How To Build The Life You Were Designed To Live” is a primer on how to transition from a career that you are finished with to one that you love.”
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