Pausch The Last Lecture Analysis

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Pausch in the non-fiction, The Last Lecture, explains to us how to live our lives more enjoyable. Pausch supports his theories by describing his experiences in his life. His purpose to do this is he wants to see people live a more productive and fun life in order for this world to reach its full potentials. The author writes an informal tone for the people that are struggling with any goals or just life in general. Pausch explains how to get through obstacles in life and to just live life because you never know what could happen. Pausch uses his life problems to teach us lessons for ours. Everybody has their goals in life and something will most of the time get in the way. “Brick walls are there for a reason. They give us a chance to show how badly we want something” (79). Pausch was in love with his…show more content…
Sometimes you’ve got to approach somebody to get more out of the experience. Pausch and his father was Disney and his dad wanted to ride in the very front but didn’t think they could. “Sometimes all you have to do is ask.” (177). The point is to stop wondering what you can and can’t do, go figure out and get the answer. We all have people we don’t like but we probably didn’t give them enough time. “’If you wait long enough people will surprise and impress you.”’ (155). There’s more people than we realize in our lives that can help us, just give them more time to show themselves. We shouldn’t worry that much about what people think about us because we should be happy with ourselves and it wastes our time. “If nobody ever worried about what was in other people’s heads, we’d all be 33% more effective in our lives and our jobs.” (141). If other people like us then they do, if they don’t then they don’t. It would be very impressive if nobody had anybody that liked them. We need to all be more enthusiastic about what we can do in our lives and take advantage of

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