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Daniel Pink
Author of 6 books. Father of 3 kids. Husband of 1 wife. New project:
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What's the best time of day to exercise? To improve performance, try late afternoon or early evening. Olympians swam their fastest around 5pm. The difference in times between morning & afternoon was larger than the difference between gold & silver.
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Daniel Pink Oct 14
To foster creativity, should schools teach art or science? The answer: Yes.
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Daniel Pink Oct 12
What we expect: It'll be awkward to call an old friend, so we should text or email. What's true: Chatting by phone is way more satisfying & our fears of awkwardness are misplaced. Lesson: Voice matters. Type less, talk more.
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Louis Aguirre Oct 10
Is there an award for best signage? There should be.
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Daniel Pink Oct 7
Lessons from women leaders who've skillfully handled the pandemic: 1. Widen the circle and include everyone. 2. Tell the truth -- even when that truth is ugly. 3. Be a real human being, not a caricature. 4. Make tough calls without apology.
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Daniel Pink Oct 7
Be like Bea. Over the next 27 days, focus on what matters: 1. Plan how and when you’re going to vote. 2. Vote. 3. Talk to 5 friends, relatives, or colleagues and make sure they’re doing the same.
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Daniel Pink Oct 6
Ignore the goat rodeo in DC. Instead, follow my fellow Buckeyes and focus on what matters: 1. Plan how and when you’re going to vote. 2. Vote. 3. Talk to 5 friends, relatives, or colleagues and make sure they’re doing the same.
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Daniel Pink Oct 4
Over the next 30 days, nothing else matters: 1. Plan how and when you’re going to vote. 2. Vote. 3. Talk to 5 friends, relatives, or colleagues and make sure they’re doing the same.
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Daniel Pink Sep 28
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Daniel Pink Sep 28
How to be a better boss -- now or any time: 1. Don't pass the buck. Accept responsibility. Make the tough calls. 2. Show genuine concern for people's lives. 3. Offer predictability and psychological safety.
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Daniel Pink Sep 28
Another typically astute collection of bon mots from : "Progress happens too slowly to notice, setbacks happen too fast to ignore. There are lots of overnight tragedies, but no overnight miracles."
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Daniel Pink Sep 28
Another typically astute collection of bon mots from : “Everything feels unprecedented when you haven’t engaged with history.”
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Daniel Pink Sep 28
Another typically astute collection of bon mots from : "Tell people what they want to hear and you can be wrong indefinitely without penalty."
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Daniel Pink Sep 23
Once you've got enough money to survive (no small feat for many, alas), here's how to spend money to become happier: 1. Buy goods & services that save you time. 2. Choose experiences over things. 3. Invest in others. (Charity, gifts, etc.)
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Daniel Pink Sep 18
Replying to @TheReginaTaylor
I saw your performance last night. It's still rattling in my bones.
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Daniel Pink Sep 18
Breaks aren't a deviation from learning. They're *part* of learning. So, don't cram over long, unbroken stretches of time. Instead, space out learning and take frequent pauses to refresh your mind and body.
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Daniel Pink Sep 17
Sign of our times. All of the books on this week’s NYT paperback nonfiction bestseller list are about racism, fascism, or trauma.
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Daniel Pink Sep 17
"Choose an idea that even if it fails, you were going to be proud of it."
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Daniel Pink Sep 17
That pile of discarded ideas? They’re not failures. They might save your life. Just ask Leif, the botanical protagonist of the latest children's book from Allison Sweet Grant & . It's a great parable about creativity and courage.
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Barack Obama Sep 16
Over the last few months, I've learned a thing or two from the young people in our country. I figured I would return the favor by sharing with you how to make a plan to vote in this upcoming election. Get registered and vote early: Video:
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