Recently, I posted on the Last Lecture by Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch (Oct. 23, 1960 - July 25, 2008). Last week, my daughter came back from a trip with his book, The Last Lecture, in hand and that reminded me about a second lecture of Professor Pausch's: Time Management. Spend an hour and fifteen minutes investing in yourself by watching this lecture now and you'll be saving lots of time in the long run by using Professor Pausch's time management recommendations.
His talk covers:
- How to set goals
- Concrete tips on how to get things done in your finite time
- How to avoid wasting time
- How to deal with your boss
- How to delegate to people
- Skills and tools to help you get more out of the day
- Dealing with stress and procrastination
- and more...
To learn more about Professor Pausch, visit Carnegie Mellon's Randy Pausch's Last Lecture. You can view a transcript of the lecture, learn about Alice (his unique academic project for computer programming education), and watch his lecture on time management at the University of Virgina in November 2007, as well as learn about his book: The Last Lecture.