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Share with: Yang Chen
Share the bibliography: "How do you measure your life?"
Time: 2016.5.15 2:30pm to 5:00pm
Location: Fordham University (113 West 60th Street), the address will be notified after registration.
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Doctor of Medicinal Chemistry, St. John's University, New York I used to share Murakami Haruki’s "The Colorless Dokasaki and His Year of the Tour" at the Lushan Institute.
Columbia University biometric PhD is reading. Love food, love life, love nature. Concerned about health and spiritual growth, I believe that the body and mind are a unified whole, and are willing to explore ways to reconcile the body and mind. Now that the direction has been clarified, I am concentrating on studying at the Dimon Institute.
Share the bibliographic introduction:
"How do you measure your life?"
Most people have never seriously and rationally examined their own lives. Fewer people seriously study and plan for themselves in their youth, not a long life. Even though many people are full of yearning for the future when they are young, they are still at a specific level of practice, confused, confused, and have no direction of life. Good planning is planning the present, not planning the future. How to face life more rationally and avoid various contradictions in life patterns and behavior patterns. This book gives a lot of concrete thinking. After reading this book, what you really need to do is to adjust how you face your present life and life.
In the spring of 2010, Harvard University invited Christensen to give a lecture to the students of the graduating class, asking him to explain to all students how to apply his management ideas to life. At that time, he had been diagnosed with cancer, so in his speech, many of his views came from the perception of "the value of life" in the face of death. His speech has been a great success, not only deeply touched the students on the spot, but also caused extensive discussion among the news media and publishers.
As a result, this book born out of Harvard speech was born. This is an inspirational book for the general public, but it is not ordinary. It is not a compilation of common sense of hearsay, but the author applies the meticulous analysis used in many years of business management practice and research to personal success and happiness. The study summarizes theories that explain the causal relationship between our choices and individual success and happiness.
About the Author:
Clayton M. Christensen
Professor of Harvard Business School won the "McKinsey Best Paper Award" five times and won the 1st place in the 2011 Harvard Business Review Thinkers50 "50 Most Influential Business Thinkers of the Contemporary". Formerly a consultant to the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), he founded four companies and organizations, including Ceramic Systems Engineering (CPS) and Innosight, and has seven best-selling books such as The Innovator's Dilemma.
James Allworth James Allworth
Graduated from the Australian University and Harvard Business School and obtained the Baker Scholar title. He has worked for Booz & Company and Apple.
Karen Dillon Karen Dillon
He graduated from Cornell University and the Northwestern University Press Office and was the editor of Harvard Business Review. In 2011, she was selected by the social enterprise Ashoka as “the most influential and inspiring” woman in the world.
Highly interactive activity process:
1) The sharer introduces the book and expresses his own opinion (about 15 minutes);
2) Each participant expresses his or her own feelings (about 2 minutes/person);
3) All participants will be divided into small groups to communicate and propose a topic-related question;
4) Participants discuss the issues raised and show their speculation. (about 2 minutes / person);
5) After the event, welcome friends who are still unfinished to join the dinner and continue to talk.
1) Participants are not required to prepare in advance, and the sharer will provide the information needed for discussion
2) Please try to be on time to avoid missed sharing of the bibliography
3) Please bring your ID
4) If you can't find the venue, please send a message in the event temporary WeChat group or Facebook 麓山学社 Group, we will respond promptly
5) The number of people per reading will be limited to 18 people. Please invite your friends to register as soon as possible. After completing the form and scanning into the temporary group, the registration will be successful. The full registration will be in the waitlist.
All the speeches of the participants of the event do not represent the position of the school.
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Lushan Institute is a non-government, non-religious, non-profit public welfare organization organized by the people. The New York Lushan Institute has improved the participants' independent thinking and judgment through reading club activities. Based on the interest in reading, we share knowledge and insights and make friends who share our interests.
We currently organize a free reading club event in Manhattan every week. The specific location will be announced 24 hours before the start of the book club.
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