Welcome to episode #626 of Six Pixels of Separation.
Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #626 – Host: Mitch Joel. It’s hard not to be a fan of the work that Daniel Pink does. He is the author of six provocative books (Free Agent Nation, The Adventures of Johnny Bunko, A Whole New Mind, Drive, To Sell Is Human and his newest, When – The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing). His books have won multiple awards and have been translated into 37 languages. That’s just the beginning of how his thinking has permeated into the work culture. He’s usually spotting trends and ways to think differently about how we live and work, long before it becomes a household name or a growing trend. From television shows to magazine articles, Dan works tirelessly to figure out how to make his own life more efficient, and – in doing so – he shares his findings with all of us. When is a brilliant, compelling and fun book to read. Think about when you do your work. How do you choose when to do it? Gut? Instinct? When someone books you in a meeting? These are terrible ways to make your days as efficient as possible, according to Dan. It turns out that when you do stuff is as powerful as what you do. Don’t believe me? Listen in. Enjoy the conversation…
- Running time: 54:31.
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- Here is my conversation with Daniel Pink.
- When – The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing.
- To Sell Is Human.
- A Whole New Mind.
- The Adventures of Johnny Bunko.
- Free Agent Nation.
- The Pinkcast.
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- This week’s music: David Usher ‘St. Lawrence River’.
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