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The Last Lecture by: Randy Pausch

I got this book from my school administrator two years ago, while teaching in a Chinese preschool. She was kind enough to let me choose as many books as want to have, and this is one of the books I acquire. 352 more words


Why experience is better than perfection or how to avoid "permanent curvature of the spirit"

You know that question they ask in celebrity profiles: If you could invite anyone to dinner who would it be? I would invite Randy Pausch… 643 more words

Connecting The Dots

The game of a Problem, Challenge and Opportunity.

My dad shared this picture on his social networking site page a few days ago and it kind of rung true because I had had a near escape from a “Problem”, a couple of days prior. 1,528 more words

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What TV Can Teach About Leadership

A recent report by the Canadian Media Technology Monitor found that, on average people watch 22.5 hours of television a week and spend 17 hours on line for personal use per week. 1,243 more words

Are You Making A Difference?

“the best preparation for good work tomorrow is to do good work today.” ~ Elbert Hubbard

What does this mean to you?  I think it means something like the “Slight Edge” theory, where you begin making those changes one day at a time and each day that you accomplish good work it is a step to move forward in the direction you desire.   218 more words


"The Last Lecture"

One of my favorite books is Randy Pausch’s “The Last Lecture.”  His book has many life lessons and is based on his last lecture that he gave at Carnegie Mellon University.   110 more words

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