LOONSHOTS: The Science of Generating Crazy Ideas (Safi Bahcall & Daniel Pink)
The Next Big Idea
Books Applied Podcast - A Whole New Mind by Daniel Pink - Featuring Special Guest Hannah Fitzgibbon
Books Applied Podcast
Creativity Coach Hannah Fitzgibbon and I discuss how the brain works and how you can make it work better according to Daniel Pink n his book A Whole New Mind.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
How to Time Your Life Perfectly, With Author Daniel Pink (RECAST)
The Upgrade by Lifehacker
DELUSIONS: How Self-Deception Can Help You Flourish (Shankar Vedantam & Daniel Pink)
The Next Big Idea
Daniel Pink (@DanielPink) is the author of To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others, which uses social science, survey research, and stories to offer a fresh look at the art and science of sales. [Note: this is a rebroadcast from the vault.] What We Discuss with Daniel Pink: What’s the best way of dealing with an “off” day? Learn why sales and a sales skillset are a part of our lives — whether we like it or not. Understand the concepts of irritation versus agitation (and how to use both to motivate others). Attunement: what it is and how it can make you more persuasive. Tips for both introverts and extroverts to improve a social skillset and build better rapport. And so much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/522 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!
#YAPClassic: The Science of Perfect Timing with Daniel Pink
Young and Profiting with Hala Taha
It's time to start paying attention to WHEN. This week Hala yaps with Daniel Pink, author of 4 NYT best-sellers, former speech writer for Al Gore and tv host. This episode takes a deep dive on his book “WHEN: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing." Stay tuned in to learn how different times of the day impacts your productivity, how to get over your afternoon slumps and how to effectively use beginnings, midpoints and endings to accelerate your success. This episode is sponsored by Olay, and Grammarly. Social Media: Follow YAP on IG: www.instagram.com/youngandprofiting Reach out to Hala directly at Hala@YoungandProfiting.com Follow Hala on Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Follow Hala on Instagram: www.instagram.com/yapwithhala Follow Hala on ClubHouse: @halataha
Daniel Pink ON: How to Master Time Management & Turn Procrastination into Productivity
On Purpose with Jay Shetty
You love On Purpose because it inspires your life. Have you tried Jay’s Genius workshops and meditations to access even deeper well-being? Learn more at https://shetty.cc/OnPurposeGenius Dan created a phrase he both loves and hates: performative complexity. His definition of this term is the performance of making our lives seem more complicated for no other reason other than, well, to seem complicated. On this episode of On Purpose with Jay Shetty, Jay Shetty speaks with author and lawyer Daniel Pink about creating a healthy relationship with time, procrastinating productively, and simplifying your life. Want to make time your friend, instead of your enemy? Check out Dan’s most recent book WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to FreshAirAtFive Podcast - Episode 1 I’m your host, Bryon Carpenter In this episode, I share my daily reflections videos posted on Twitter @bryoncar, between December 25th, 2020, and January 2nd, 2021. I reflect on: the book Drive by Daniel Pink (2011). The Drive (@TheDriveVoicEd) with Chey and Pav from Sunday, Dec 27th, 2020 on VoiceEd Radio. E177 of @TeachersonFire Podcast with Tammy Brietwieser (@TLBREIT). FreshAirAtFive is my regular attempt to exercise by walking about my neighborhood, to take in Podcast content and audiobooks, then reflect in a selfie-video which I post to my Twitter Chanel. This podcast will be the compilation of the audio from these selfie-videos over the course of a week or so. Thank you for stopping by to take a listen. You can follow the Pod on Twitter @FreshAirAtFive or check out my website (bryoncarpenter.com) for other content I have created and collected. As my OneWord for 2021 is APPRECIATE, I appreciate you giving this my first-attempt-in-learning to create a podcast experience a listen. Subscribe so you don’t miss any upcoming episodes and please give me a review on Apple Podcast to get my voice out there further. Next Episode: January 15 at midnight - stay tuned. ------------------------------ Track: Rainforest — Vendredi [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: https://youtu.be/8s2gIOsxMok Free Download / Stream: https://alplus.io/rainforest --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshairatfive5/message
While he has authored six books, including four New York Times bestsellers, the actual task of writing has always been “freaking hard” for Daniel Pink. That struggle and the subsequent search for guidance revealed a treasure trove of social science data on timing and human performance. Pink’s quest revealed that our brainpower changes in significant and important ways over the course of a day. We have a daily high point (peak), a low point (trough), and a transition period (recovery). Says Pink, “If you apply this cycle to a type of task, you can figure out a better, smarter, more strategic way to configure your own day.” When this daily time cycle begins and ends depends on your individual “chronotype” or natural inclination. Are you an early bird—naturally waking up early and going to sleep early? Are you a night owl—waking up late and going to sleep late? Or, are you somewhere in between? The key is to match your chronotype to the requirements of the task and then align that with the time of day. Pink’s research also suggests that if you’re planning to make a big change in your life, you’re better off using what he calls “a fresh start date” such as a Monday or the first of the month. Beyond the home office, Pink claims these timing structures can improve performance in businesses, schools, and other organizations. Pink has also applied social science data to other aspects of human behaviors such as motivation, mood, and persuasion. Some of the findings are surprising. Choral singing is almost as good for us as exercise. Synchronized group activities and being outside boosts our mood and even our immune system. Human beings love rewards and are easily motivated by what Pink calls “If/Then” rewards for short term tasks. “If you do this, then you get that.” To successfully persuade someone, help them see things afresh by changing the context and allowing them to come to the desired conclusion on their own. There are so many useful ways to apply social science data to daily life and decision-making. “For example” says Pink, “don’t schedule surgery in the afternoon if the doctor is a morning person or a court date in the morning if the judge is a night owl.” Otherwise, you may have to take them outside and reward them with a sing-a-long.
How to Time Your Life Perfectly, With Author Daniel Pink
The Upgrade by Lifehacker