The Last Lecture


Authors: Randy Pausch,Jeffrey Zaslow

Professor Randy Pausch had just been diagnosed with terminal cancer when he was asked to deliver something like a “last lecture”. The Last Lecture is a book about overcoming every obstacle in life, facing it with courage and resilience, and making the most of the little time we have. Because the clock is ticking and you never know when your time will be up.

Video Review of The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch,Jeffrey Zaslow

You may also like

Wild at Heart Revised and Updated

Wild at Heart: Discovering the Secret of a Man’s Soul

Authors: John Eldredge,

Growing up, we all had dreams. The boys dreamt of becoming superheroes and defeating the villains. The girls dreamt of becoming princesses and being rescued by their knight in shining armor. But somewhere between childhood and adulthood, we grew up and life just got boring. In Wild at Heart, Eldredge acknowledges this depressing change and shows you a way to recover all those lost dreams.

How Will You Measure Your Life?

How Will You Measure Your Life?

Authors: Clayton M. Christensen,James Allworth, Karen Dillon

Most of us go to bed every night wondering whether we really lived the day to its fullest. But how can we measure this? In this book, Christensen provides an answer to this question and a way to make everything in life more fulfilling. Whether it’s your career, your intimate relationships or your personal development, his insights will give you the inspiration to keep pushing forward.

48 Days to the Work You Love

48 Days to the Work You Love

Authors: Dan Miller,Dave Ramsey

Soon, a majority of America’s working population will consist of entrepreneurs, freelancers and consultants. Dan Miller prepares you for this change, so you can engage in a profession that guarantees job security and satisfaction. He helps you identify your strengths and talents and shows you how you can use them to do the work you really love.