Achieving Your Childhood Dreams!

Real Estate Agent with Backyard Realty Group LLC

What were your childhood dreams?  Have you achieved them?  I just recently watched a lecture of Dr. Randy Pausch.  He was a star faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University.  He gave his very last lecture on September 18, 2007 which is the lecture I just watched. I found it to be extremely moving and very informative.  He spoke about how he was able to achieve his childhood dreams and how to encourage students to go after theirs.  If you have the time please watch it (it is about an hour long).

My favorite part of the lecture was his saying "brick walls are there for a reason: they let us prove how badly we want things."  The lecture is very moving and I encourage you all to take a look at it.



Contact Jason Tolley,  Realtor, Backyard Realty Group LLC.  Licensed Realtor in Georgia at 770-315-0789 to list your property for sale, to purchase a property or to manage your rental in Northwest Atlanta: Cobb, Cherokee, Paulding, Bartow, Fulton and Dekalb counties. 

To view properties for sale visit Backyard Realty Homes for Sale.  You can search for listings as well as view our listings.  We know the Atlanta Area and will help you with your real estate needs. 

Jason Tolley - Real Estate Agent, Property Manager, Community Manager

Copyright © 2008 By Jason Tolley, All Rights Reserved.


Comments (3)

Manolis "Manny" Sfinarolakis
Keller Williams Realty - West Hartford, CT
I had seen this lecture before. he truly is an amazing individual. I wish I had a teacher as inspiring as him when I was in college. Kind Regards, Manolis
Aug 27, 2008 11:14 AM
Royal Goodman
Royalty Home Solutions - Madera, CA
"We Treat You Like a King"

Jason. Good clip. Really enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing. Royal..

Aug 27, 2008 11:15 AM
Jason & Jen Tolley
Backyard Realty Group LLC - Woodstock, GA
The Closers Real Estate Team

Manolis: I agree.  I wish I had professors like him when I was in college...I know it would have made me more motivated in the classroom!

Aug 27, 2008 11:41 AM