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Randy Paush’s Last Lecture: Achieving Your Childhood Dreams

By: David Brim July 30, 2008

Earlier this week Randy Paush, the Carnegie Mellon professor who delivered the powerful Last Lecture Achieving Your Childhood dreams, passed away from Cancer at the age of 47. I found the lecture to be extremely moving and inspirational. If you haven’t seen it, I embedded it below.

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David Brim

David Brim is an entrepreneur, marketing strategist, and investor based in Central Florida. He is the general partner of the Orlando Opportunity Fund, focused on advancing communities through investments in early stage companies and commercial real estate. A graduate of the University of Central Florida, where he majored in marketing, David is the only two-time winner of the school’s Joust Business Plan Competition. Brim has founded numerous businesses in Central Florida across industries such as marketing, technology (SaaS & online directories), real estate, and e-commerce. In 2017 he founded Orlando Entrepreneurs a central hub created to connect, cultivate and celebrate entrepreneurs in Central Florida.

Comments

  • Halloween Costumes


    sorry to hear that. but his lecture “Achieving Your Childhood dreams” will remain in our hearts.

  • tires


    Wow, that’s really awe inspiring, I found it really amazing that he was able to remain positive even though he had cancer. Really wish I attended that personally, his lesson was really a good lesson on life! I am sure it inspired and changed alot of people’s life that night.

    Till then,

    Jean

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    @Karen- I feel the same way
    jerky

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  • panic away


    I agree your 100%! Motion can make things happen. No one actually learned to walk without taking the first task.

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