63: Daniel Pink | When Is the Best Time to Get Things Done?
Daniel Pink (@DanielPink) is the author of New York Times Best Seller When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, which examines the psychology, biology, and economics behind scheduling for optimal effect -- and why your ideal time to get something done may widely differ from someone else's.What We Discuss with Daniel Pink:
- Timing is everything -- but we're only now beginning to connect the dots between fields of research to discover the science behind how timing actually works.
- How humans are wired for time by chronotypes, how to identify our own particular chronotype, and what we can do to match our schedules to this chronotype.
- What the trough is, how it differs according to chronotype, and how it affects the decisions we make -- for better or worse.
- How observing the nappuccino and other restorative breaks during the day can minimize the worst effects of the trough.
- Why lunch is really the most important meal of the day.
- And much more...
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