The Last Lecture - Study Guide Part IV Summary & Analysis

Randy Pausch
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Part IV - Enabling the Dreams of Others

23 - I'm on My Honeymoon, But if You Need Me...

While doing the checkout at the grocery store, Randy was billed twice. He could afford the extra money, so he chose not to fight the situation because he didn't want to waste the time. He felt he had too many things to do in life. He believed in planning, and he also believed that time should be managed like money. Order was important to him, and he needed to file things. He also wanted to make sure he has his priorities straight. He had strategies for dealing with the telephone and telemarketers, cutting them off to save precious time. He also learned the importance of delegation. One of the primary lessons he learned in life was that was important to take breaks. When he went...

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