What is Really Important

September 24th, 2007 § Leave a Comment

You many have come across this already. I want to share it again here because the message holds true no matter what we are facing in life. With remodeling, it seems that crisis and drama are played out in an accelerated fashion. You have the construction crews invading your house at the crack of dawn, or someone doesn’t show up, or a material is back ordered and there are quick decisions to be made by you and your spouse but you do not agree on the same things and the contractor needs an answer right away. This is the type of stress that finds it’s way under your skin.

When it gets this stressful, take a step back, breathe, and know this to shall pass. In the overall scheme of things in life, we have to constantly remember to put things in perspective.

When you have a moment, I have included a video link for you to watch. Please listen to Randy Pausch, a Carnegie Mellon University computer-science professor, was about to give a lecture Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 18, 2007, but before he said a word, he received a standing ovation from 400 students and colleagues. A Professor’s Life Lessons.
The full lecture is found at ETC Global News.

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