Randy Pausch Lecture: Time Management

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Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch gave a lecture on Time Management at the University of Virginia in November 2007.


yoanizer says:

Terrible lecture. Go watch the brian tracy one, much better.

Jolita Brilliant says:

time wasted in the intro and useless jokes

Jolita Brilliant says:

i feel for his story but really..

thomas j says:

Love this. Ive got so much out of this. never relized how much time I was

Long Pham says:

Being successful doesn’t make you manage your time well.
Manage your time well makes you successful.

Tina-Karen Pusse says:

Well, this is all good advice if you are absolutely self centered – but in
most professions something that might be very unimportant for you is
extremely important for somebody else, yet, nobody else than you can do
itThis is, where the inner battles start.

Rujewitblood says:

whole lecture summarised: buy a lot of shit. Monitors, bluetooth headset,
speakers, done

Last House says:

an exceptional lecture. took some very valuable notes from this, HIGHLY
recommend it to ALL. 

Pavlo Sorokin says:

hy phen says:

And never spend to much time before a machine.
At 27:48 I was thinking about the CRTs and his cancer.

Gabriel Rodriguez says:

This is a great You Tube video regarding time management. 

Andy Fox says:

So this should be compulsory viewing for pretty much everyone ever.

David Lynch says:

would love to know what the two books were

Golam Mostafa says:

Good lecture, i like it.

John Sawicki says:

Does anyone know what books he recommended?

marlin britton says:

listen to video

Rugamba Daniel says:

this is most inspiring speech listened to it and am at my best

Serguei Mikhailov says:

Carnegie Mellon University

Xiao Hao Lin says:

these are all simple concepts that we fail, or took way to long, to
understand. thank you randy for this elegant, inspiring speech

Michael Richards says:

Motivational speech:Time management

thexorode says:

But how do you know how much time you should spend to yourself or family?
Did he talk about that?

Karl Heinz Friedrich says:

Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch gave a lecture on Time Management at
the University of Virginia in November 2007
Very intereseting for time management fans!

Skyline Bay Area says:

For Trade Show Marketers: The must reads for 2012.

Randy Pauch, author of The Last Lecture. I highly recommend his lecture on
Time Management.

Timothy Ferriss, author of The Four Hour Work Week and Productivity

Guru.Stephen R. Covey, author of 7 Habit of Highly Effective People, First
Things First, Principle-Centered Leadership, The Seven Habits of Highly
Effective Families, and The 8th Habit.

Jason Fried, presenter of Ted Talk on “Why Work Doesn’t Happen At Work,”
co-founder of 37signals, makers of Base camp and other web-based
collaboration tools, and co-author of Rework.


Eric Liao says:

Time management, huge issue for me right now.

And I like Randy Pausch’s lecture a lot …

Basically, time is money. Do not look them into different thing. Maybe we
cant picture time, but we can definitely picture how we spend money. By
considering time as money, to some degree, you will have a better time
management and figure how costly you are to just do nothing at any time.

Peter Langdon says:

Some awesome lessons I need to put into practice lol

Anandha Ponnampalam says:

Well worth the time spent watching this. Great presenter as well.

Dennis Sauke says:

Some Zen time management tips from Randy Pausch in one of the last lectures
he gave before he passed away. It is safe to say that very few people would
have understood the importance of time more than him at this juncture of
his life.
Randy Pausch Lecture: Time Management

Justin Huang says:

a classic and probably the most useful video you can watch on the internet

Ghada El Kurd says:

Randy Pausch used his time management skills to live his life to the

Andrej Slivko says:

I highly recommend this lecture for anyone

Chris Payne says:

The only time management training you will ever need

Joe Flemke says:

Natascha Ljubic says:

Really good #timemanagement tips!

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