Wilton House Museum medias on Instagram
List of photos and videos recently pinned on Instagram with location: Wilton House Museum
Zen master Bootsie reflecting on life's biggest questions.... wonder what they are?
THE DREW REVIEW: MANAGING ONESELF BY PETER F. DRUCKER “SUCCESSFUL CAREERS ARE NOT PLANNED. THEY DEVELOP WHEN PEOPLE ARE PREPARED FOR OPPORTUNITIES BECAUSE THEY KNOW THEIR STRENGTHS, THEIR METHOD OF WORK, AND THEIR VALUES”- P. DRUCKER There are some books, which honestly; I will never read again, simply because the subject matter wasn’t very appealing to begin with or I didn’t get the sense there was much to offer outside of reading the words once. Then there are books like Managing Oneself, which I put in the list of “books to read every year.” The timeless lessons you will learn from reading this book go beyond just the way you approach work, these lessons can be applied in everyday life no matter what the circumstance. Drucker is someone who has written many books (34 published to be exact), but this one seems to keep popping up and for good reason. Managing Oneself is more of an article than an actual book. First appearing in the Harvard Business Review in 1999, Drucker offers the reader guidance in finding the career that is best for them. Only spanning 56 pages, you have no excuse about time it takes to read this book. Each section offers a different component for the reader to consider. Such as, what are your strengths, how do you work best, and how do your values determine where and what you should be doing? Strength coaches looking to read a) a short book and b) something that can be of help to them personally, should pick up a copy of Managing Oneself, you won’t be disappointed.
When the vet says that you have maybe one, two, no more than 5 days to live, Leroy says I’m not quite dead yet and I’m going to eat hotdogs and go swimming.
I am so happy and beyond proud to have worked with Alex Carroll ('20) in bringing her event, JUST EAT IT, to life for the University of Richmond community. Alex has spent her entire college career struggling with eating disorders. Having experienced the hardship caused by mental illness myself, I am in awe of her kindness and determination to bring her own personal story to our campus community. Alex has put this event together for us with absolutely everything she has, and having gotten to know her, you will not be disappointed. She is nothing short of inspirational and I am truly lucky to have a part in what she has created. Alex will be speaking TOMORROW NIGHT at 6:00 PM in UKROP AUDITORIUM in the business school through an event titled "JUST EAT IT: A Look Inside the Mind of an Eating Disorder." Please come and support not only her, but everyone at our university who is silently suffering with an eating disorder. 🍌👏💙 Click the link in my bio for more information.