Overcommitteed. No this isn’t a misspelling! “Overcommitteed” is the term I’ve just developed and come to use to describe the phenomena of being committed to too many different committees, regardless of whether it’s in our personal lives, professional lives or in our personal lives. Today we find such meaning in the use of our expertise… Continue reading Overcommitteed? Aren’t We All!
The University of Washington’s Husky 100 is an honor celebrating 100 students who are leaders on- and off-campus, committed to a discovery mindset, ready for what’s next, and connect the dots between personal, professional, and volunteer service. Brian D. Rich, Principal of Richaven PLLC, creator of the Principles of Future-Proofing, and a UW graduate student,… Continue reading Richaven Principal, Brian Rich, Selected to the UW Husky 100
The Disciplined Pursuit of Less – Greg McKeown – Harvard Business Review. An awesome article about focusing on the essentials in order to be clear about your success.
Congratulations to the Washington Heritage Barn Program! The program recently was given an Honor Award by the National Trust for Historic Preservation at their annual conference in Spokane. Richaven principal Brian Rich is a member of the Heritage Barn Advisory Committee and attended the awards ceremony. Here’s the official press release from the National Trust… Continue reading Washington Heritage Barn Program wins NTHP Honor Award!
An amazing tour through Hanford’s B Reactor where the plutonium was made for the bomb dropped on Nagasaki. Pop Quiz: Do you know why there were two bombs dropped in Japan? Answer: The first bomb was uranium and it was well known that there was a limited amount available in the world at the time. The second… Continue reading Richaven goes to Hanford!