Timing, it’s often assumed, is an art. But in his new book When, Daniel Pink (Drive, To Sell Is Human) shows it’s really a science. How can we use the hidden patterns of the day to build the ideal schedule? Why do certain breaks dramatically improve student test scores? How can we turn a stumbling beginning into a fresh start? And what is the ideal time to quit a job, switch careers or get married? Join Dan as he unveils the scientific secrets to good timing and how you can use them to help you flourish.
Daniel H. Pink is the author of several provocative, bestselling books about business, work and behavior including To Sell is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future and Free Agent Nation: The Future of Working for Yourself. Pink was host and co-executive producer of Crowd Control, a television series about human behavior on the National Geographic Channel. He also appears frequently on NPR’s Hidden Brain, the PBS NewsHour, and other TV and radio networks in the US and abroad. Pink’s TED Talk on the science of motivation is one of the 10 most-watched TED Talks of all time, with more than 19 million views. Before venturing out on his own 20 years ago, he worked in several positions in politics and government, including serving as chief speechwriter to Vice President Al Gore from 1995 to 1997.
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Timing, it’s often assumed, is an art. But in his new book When, Daniel Pink (Drive, To Sell Is Human) shows it’s really a science. How can we use the hidden patterns of the day to build the ideal schedule? Why do certain breaks dramatically improve student test scores? How can w...