When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing

When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing

Everyone knows that timing is everything. But we don't know much about timing itself. Our lives are a never-ending stream of "when" decisions: when to start a business, schedule a class, get serious about a person. Yet we make those decisions based on intuition and guesswork. Timing, it's often assumed, is an art. In When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, Pink show Everyone knows that timing is everything. But we don't know much about timing itself. Our lives are a never-ending st...

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Title:When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing
Author:Daniel H. Pink
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Genres:Nonfiction
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Edition Language:English
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Number of Pages:272 pages pages

When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing Reviews

  • UB
    Dec 28, 2017

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

  • Frank
    Feb 04, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

  • Suman Srivastava
    Jan 26, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

    A very good book about timing. PROS: The book is concise and clear about what it offers. After reading it you will surely feel you have learned more about timing and you will have specific changes that you would like to implement. Indeed, Pink demonstrates once again that he is a v...

    Another insightful and thought provoking book by Dan Pink. Not much in the book is surprising, though the insights in the book tend to be counter to conventional wisdom and practice. But when we do things matters, and yes, humans do have more and less productive times. While this is a ...

    I won a copy of When in a Goodreads giveaway thanks to the generosity of the publishers. When is a short and easy to read guide on when to do things in life, outlining strategies with references to support the information. It?s a quick read and engaging, though a lot of it is bas...

    I love Daniel Pink?s books. They always make you think. This one was no exception. Nothing he said in this short book was really ground breaking; instead it was filled with ah ha moments. Moments where I realized how true it was that ?when? things happen can be as powerful as wha...

    As the author says, there are many 'How to...' books out there, but this is an attempt to create a genre of 'When to...' books. Fascinating overview of studies that show how much of a difference timing makes in our lives. From work to exams to jobs. Worth reading. ...

  • Mehrsa
    Jan 27, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

  • Steve
    Feb 11, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

    A very good book about timing. PROS: The book is concise and clear about what it offers. After reading it you will surely feel you have learned more about timing and you will have specific changes that you would like to implement. Indeed, Pink demonstrates once again that he is a v...

    Another insightful and thought provoking book by Dan Pink. Not much in the book is surprising, though the insights in the book tend to be counter to conventional wisdom and practice. But when we do things matters, and yes, humans do have more and less productive times. While this is a ...

  • kartik narayanan
    Feb 11, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

  • Daniel
    Feb 06, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

  • Marianne
    Aug 31, 2017

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

  • Christine Nolfi
    Feb 06, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

  • Tena Edlin
    Jan 23, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

    A very good book about timing. PROS: The book is concise and clear about what it offers. After reading it you will surely feel you have learned more about timing and you will have specific changes that you would like to implement. Indeed, Pink demonstrates once again that he is a v...

    Another insightful and thought provoking book by Dan Pink. Not much in the book is surprising, though the insights in the book tend to be counter to conventional wisdom and practice. But when we do things matters, and yes, humans do have more and less productive times. While this is a ...

    I won a copy of When in a Goodreads giveaway thanks to the generosity of the publishers. When is a short and easy to read guide on when to do things in life, outlining strategies with references to support the information. It?s a quick read and engaging, though a lot of it is bas...

    I love Daniel Pink?s books. They always make you think. This one was no exception. Nothing he said in this short book was really ground breaking; instead it was filled with ah ha moments. Moments where I realized how true it was that ?when? things happen can be as powerful as wha...

    As the author says, there are many 'How to...' books out there, but this is an attempt to create a genre of 'When to...' books. Fascinating overview of studies that show how much of a difference timing makes in our lives. From work to exams to jobs. Worth reading. ...

    Totally fascinating. I actually wish I?d read the print version because I think I?ll be quoting this book for a long time, especially the research on recess, naps, and school day start times. Plus, I got some great new improv games for Drama Club from the section on group synch. Lo...

  • Jim Razinha
    Feb 08, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

  • Peter Tillman
    Jan 09, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

  • Teri Temme
    Jan 18, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

    A very good book about timing. PROS: The book is concise and clear about what it offers. After reading it you will surely feel you have learned more about timing and you will have specific changes that you would like to implement. Indeed, Pink demonstrates once again that he is a v...

    Another insightful and thought provoking book by Dan Pink. Not much in the book is surprising, though the insights in the book tend to be counter to conventional wisdom and practice. But when we do things matters, and yes, humans do have more and less productive times. While this is a ...

    I won a copy of When in a Goodreads giveaway thanks to the generosity of the publishers. When is a short and easy to read guide on when to do things in life, outlining strategies with references to support the information. It?s a quick read and engaging, though a lot of it is bas...

    I love Daniel Pink?s books. They always make you think. This one was no exception. Nothing he said in this short book was really ground breaking; instead it was filled with ah ha moments. Moments where I realized how true it was that ?when? things happen can be as powerful as wha...

    As the author says, there are many 'How to...' books out there, but this is an attempt to create a genre of 'When to...' books. Fascinating overview of studies that show how much of a difference timing makes in our lives. From work to exams to jobs. Worth reading. ...

    Totally fascinating. I actually wish I?d read the print version because I think I?ll be quoting this book for a long time, especially the research on recess, naps, and school day start times. Plus, I got some great new improv games for Drama Club from the section on group synch. Lo...

    Definitely some worthwhile information in here, but I see this as more of a read to skim than a deep dive. Pink does a good job of backing up his points with research and also cites a few books to check out afterwards. I did take note of a few of the tidbits he shared, but didn't feel ...

    Dr. Pink strikes again with another wonderful book that enlightens and entertains. He makes the research come alive and with suggestions on how we can improve or at least accept why we act the way we do. I highly recommend the book for anyone wanting to better understand their world. ...

    I randomly picked this up and... I loved it! ...

    Loved it! Life changing - life enhancing. ...

  • Anderson
    Jan 21, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

    A very good book about timing. PROS: The book is concise and clear about what it offers. After reading it you will surely feel you have learned more about timing and you will have specific changes that you would like to implement. Indeed, Pink demonstrates once again that he is a v...

  • Text Publishing
    Jan 11, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

  • Romans Karpelcevs
    Feb 04, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

  • Dan Connors
    Feb 15, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

  • Scott
    Jan 12, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

    A very good book about timing. PROS: The book is concise and clear about what it offers. After reading it you will surely feel you have learned more about timing and you will have specific changes that you would like to implement. Indeed, Pink demonstrates once again that he is a v...

    Another insightful and thought provoking book by Dan Pink. Not much in the book is surprising, though the insights in the book tend to be counter to conventional wisdom and practice. But when we do things matters, and yes, humans do have more and less productive times. While this is a ...

    I won a copy of When in a Goodreads giveaway thanks to the generosity of the publishers. When is a short and easy to read guide on when to do things in life, outlining strategies with references to support the information. It?s a quick read and engaging, though a lot of it is bas...

  • Christopher Lawson
    Dec 30, 2017

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

  • Karen Ashmore
    Feb 14, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

  • Bookworm LLC
    Nov 30, 2017

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

  • Brandice
    Jan 29, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

  • CreativelyRed
    Feb 11, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

    A very good book about timing. PROS: The book is concise and clear about what it offers. After reading it you will surely feel you have learned more about timing and you will have specific changes that you would like to implement. Indeed, Pink demonstrates once again that he is a v...

    Another insightful and thought provoking book by Dan Pink. Not much in the book is surprising, though the insights in the book tend to be counter to conventional wisdom and practice. But when we do things matters, and yes, humans do have more and less productive times. While this is a ...

    I won a copy of When in a Goodreads giveaway thanks to the generosity of the publishers. When is a short and easy to read guide on when to do things in life, outlining strategies with references to support the information. It?s a quick read and engaging, though a lot of it is bas...

    I love Daniel Pink?s books. They always make you think. This one was no exception. Nothing he said in this short book was really ground breaking; instead it was filled with ah ha moments. Moments where I realized how true it was that ?when? things happen can be as powerful as wha...

  • Gary Moreau
    Jan 09, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

  • Roxanne
    Nov 28, 2017

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

  • Valerie
    Feb 12, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

    A very good book about timing. PROS: The book is concise and clear about what it offers. After reading it you will surely feel you have learned more about timing and you will have specific changes that you would like to implement. Indeed, Pink demonstrates once again that he is a v...

    Another insightful and thought provoking book by Dan Pink. Not much in the book is surprising, though the insights in the book tend to be counter to conventional wisdom and practice. But when we do things matters, and yes, humans do have more and less productive times. While this is a ...

    I won a copy of When in a Goodreads giveaway thanks to the generosity of the publishers. When is a short and easy to read guide on when to do things in life, outlining strategies with references to support the information. It?s a quick read and engaging, though a lot of it is bas...

    I love Daniel Pink?s books. They always make you think. This one was no exception. Nothing he said in this short book was really ground breaking; instead it was filled with ah ha moments. Moments where I realized how true it was that ?when? things happen can be as powerful as wha...

    As the author says, there are many 'How to...' books out there, but this is an attempt to create a genre of 'When to...' books. Fascinating overview of studies that show how much of a difference timing makes in our lives. From work to exams to jobs. Worth reading. ...

    Totally fascinating. I actually wish I?d read the print version because I think I?ll be quoting this book for a long time, especially the research on recess, naps, and school day start times. Plus, I got some great new improv games for Drama Club from the section on group synch. Lo...

    Definitely some worthwhile information in here, but I see this as more of a read to skim than a deep dive. Pink does a good job of backing up his points with research and also cites a few books to check out afterwards. I did take note of a few of the tidbits he shared, but didn't feel ...

  • Dadao
    Jan 16, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

    A very good book about timing. PROS: The book is concise and clear about what it offers. After reading it you will surely feel you have learned more about timing and you will have specific changes that you would like to implement. Indeed, Pink demonstrates once again that he is a v...

    Another insightful and thought provoking book by Dan Pink. Not much in the book is surprising, though the insights in the book tend to be counter to conventional wisdom and practice. But when we do things matters, and yes, humans do have more and less productive times. While this is a ...

    I won a copy of When in a Goodreads giveaway thanks to the generosity of the publishers. When is a short and easy to read guide on when to do things in life, outlining strategies with references to support the information. It?s a quick read and engaging, though a lot of it is bas...

    I love Daniel Pink?s books. They always make you think. This one was no exception. Nothing he said in this short book was really ground breaking; instead it was filled with ah ha moments. Moments where I realized how true it was that ?when? things happen can be as powerful as wha...

    As the author says, there are many 'How to...' books out there, but this is an attempt to create a genre of 'When to...' books. Fascinating overview of studies that show how much of a difference timing makes in our lives. From work to exams to jobs. Worth reading. ...

    Totally fascinating. I actually wish I?d read the print version because I think I?ll be quoting this book for a long time, especially the research on recess, naps, and school day start times. Plus, I got some great new improv games for Drama Club from the section on group synch. Lo...

    Definitely some worthwhile information in here, but I see this as more of a read to skim than a deep dive. Pink does a good job of backing up his points with research and also cites a few books to check out afterwards. I did take note of a few of the tidbits he shared, but didn't feel ...

    Dr. Pink strikes again with another wonderful book that enlightens and entertains. He makes the research come alive and with suggestions on how we can improve or at least accept why we act the way we do. I highly recommend the book for anyone wanting to better understand their world. ...

    I randomly picked this up and... I loved it! ...

    Loved it! Life changing - life enhancing. ...

    Occasionally insightful but largely shallow. The guide part (Time Hacker's Handbook) is consistently detached from the main part because of ecological fallacy, which I doubt if the author takes seriously, and the constant conflict between academic bestseller style and cheap self-help s...

  • Tara
    Jan 30, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

    A very good book about timing. PROS: The book is concise and clear about what it offers. After reading it you will surely feel you have learned more about timing and you will have specific changes that you would like to implement. Indeed, Pink demonstrates once again that he is a v...

    Another insightful and thought provoking book by Dan Pink. Not much in the book is surprising, though the insights in the book tend to be counter to conventional wisdom and practice. But when we do things matters, and yes, humans do have more and less productive times. While this is a ...

    I won a copy of When in a Goodreads giveaway thanks to the generosity of the publishers. When is a short and easy to read guide on when to do things in life, outlining strategies with references to support the information. It?s a quick read and engaging, though a lot of it is bas...

    I love Daniel Pink?s books. They always make you think. This one was no exception. Nothing he said in this short book was really ground breaking; instead it was filled with ah ha moments. Moments where I realized how true it was that ?when? things happen can be as powerful as wha...

    As the author says, there are many 'How to...' books out there, but this is an attempt to create a genre of 'When to...' books. Fascinating overview of studies that show how much of a difference timing makes in our lives. From work to exams to jobs. Worth reading. ...

    Totally fascinating. I actually wish I?d read the print version because I think I?ll be quoting this book for a long time, especially the research on recess, naps, and school day start times. Plus, I got some great new improv games for Drama Club from the section on group synch. Lo...

    Definitely some worthwhile information in here, but I see this as more of a read to skim than a deep dive. Pink does a good job of backing up his points with research and also cites a few books to check out afterwards. I did take note of a few of the tidbits he shared, but didn't feel ...

    Dr. Pink strikes again with another wonderful book that enlightens and entertains. He makes the research come alive and with suggestions on how we can improve or at least accept why we act the way we do. I highly recommend the book for anyone wanting to better understand their world. ...

    I randomly picked this up and... I loved it! ...

  • Steve P. Sanders
    Jan 22, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This book having perfect timing for everything in your life.. He talks about the patterns we have every day. ...

    I read Dan Pink's Drive before I read his A Whole New Mind, which was a better order because Drive was better written and had a more accurate message than Mind. Okay, a message that resonated better. When is as good as Drive, if not as much a paradigm shifter. But it is still a think p...

    Daniel Pink has already written a couple of best-selling books, and it?s safe to say this one will be his latest. It?s a book about timing, the ?when? side of the ?what? coin. When is a lot more critical than most of us assume. And it?s importance is naturally underscored...

    Very well written, with a touch of humour. The book is about what we feel at different times of day and different times of our life. But not all of the info is practically useful; some of the info is only emotionally useful, but that is still a good thing. For example, it is typical fo...

    I am a fan of Pink. In this book he talks about timing. 1. Most people do well in analytical tasks and have better mood in the morning, worse in the afternoon, and slightly better in the evening. That is, except the night owls. 2. Breaks are powerful and improve performance. A ...

    We all wonder when is the best time to be productive, take breaks, make decisions. Pink explains the reasons behind the timing. He claims timing is everything. Maybe not everything but it sure helps to know the right timing. One of my favorite parts of the book is the Time Hacker?s H...

    It has some useful tips, but the books is written like a collection of lifehacks and towards the end of the book stops being about time or the 'when' problem at all. Some research seemed dubiously attributed to the morning-afternoon hypothesis because it originally targeted other pr...

    It's my fault for reading this pathetic excuse for a book. It's not Pink's fault for writing a book that says nothing new at all or the publisher's fault for promoting a book that has absolutely no value whatsoever. I knew what it was when I picked it up. And yet, I am a sucker for sel...

    I've been a fan of Daniel Pink's writing and enjoyed this short, but informative book. Pink spends some 200 pages going over beginnings, middles, and endings and how we can use them and our awareness of them to improve our lives. He goes into detail about the daily rhythm of life, not...

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/review-h... "If you must go to a hospital, try to get there in the morning. An afternoon visit may prove deadly. Patients who book their operations to occur around tea-time are more likely to die within 48 hours of surgery. In the afternoon, gastroentero...

    A very good book about timing. PROS: The book is concise and clear about what it offers. After reading it you will surely feel you have learned more about timing and you will have specific changes that you would like to implement. Indeed, Pink demonstrates once again that he is a v...

    Another insightful and thought provoking book by Dan Pink. Not much in the book is surprising, though the insights in the book tend to be counter to conventional wisdom and practice. But when we do things matters, and yes, humans do have more and less productive times. While this is a ...

    I won a copy of When in a Goodreads giveaway thanks to the generosity of the publishers. When is a short and easy to read guide on when to do things in life, outlining strategies with references to support the information. It?s a quick read and engaging, though a lot of it is bas...

    I love Daniel Pink?s books. They always make you think. This one was no exception. Nothing he said in this short book was really ground breaking; instead it was filled with ah ha moments. Moments where I realized how true it was that ?when? things happen can be as powerful as wha...

    As the author says, there are many 'How to...' books out there, but this is an attempt to create a genre of 'When to...' books. Fascinating overview of studies that show how much of a difference timing makes in our lives. From work to exams to jobs. Worth reading. ...

    Totally fascinating. I actually wish I?d read the print version because I think I?ll be quoting this book for a long time, especially the research on recess, naps, and school day start times. Plus, I got some great new improv games for Drama Club from the section on group synch. Lo...

    Definitely some worthwhile information in here, but I see this as more of a read to skim than a deep dive. Pink does a good job of backing up his points with research and also cites a few books to check out afterwards. I did take note of a few of the tidbits he shared, but didn't feel ...

    Dr. Pink strikes again with another wonderful book that enlightens and entertains. He makes the research come alive and with suggestions on how we can improve or at least accept why we act the way we do. I highly recommend the book for anyone wanting to better understand their world. ...

  • Asia Burnett
    Jan 28, 2018

    4.5?s When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is the fourth book by bestselling American author, Daniel H. Pink. If we?re making an important life decision, what we decide obviously requires careful consideration. But what about when we decide? Could the time of day that we...

    I really liked When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing by Daniel Pink. The book was interesting. I was into it from the get-go but the last chapter was probably my favorite - thinking in terms of tenses. The book discusses the factor of time, in many facets of life: The impa...

    In WHEN: THE SCIENTIFIC SECRETS OF PERFECT TIMING, author Daniel Pink shares scientific, surprising findings that have serious consequences. Did you know, for instance, that the timing of your surgery is important? Studies show that far more mistakes are made later in the day, so be su...

    Read the full review at my blog Digital Amrit I used to believe that timing was everything. Now I believe that everything is timing. What is the book about? When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is written by Daniel Pink, famed author of books like Drive, A Whole New Mi...

    I picked this up because lately, I can?t shake a sense of panic about time slipping through my fingers (babies becoming biggies will do that, so too will turning 39 in a few weeks, which the author spends some time talking about - ?the nines? and how they approach life). No big s...

    ?Pink?s fourth book should be compulsory reading for bosses, educators, and schedulers, for policymakers, company executives, and performers, but there is plenty in this fascinating book that the average person will find applicable to their lives. This is a quick read that rewards ...

    ?When? is destined to become required reading for all college students regardless of major. Daniel H. Pink shines the stage lights on Perfect timing, bringing it out of the shadows of mystic good ol? fashioned luck and showcasing it as a learnable, teachable and accomplishable pa...

    Fabulous tips on how to increase productivity by making subtle changes to your work routine. Highly recommended for any woman crawling through the afternoon energy slump by consuming too much sugar and caffeine. Highly recommended! ...

    I wish I could do 3.5 stars. This book was a little slow/repetitive to start but the useful tips and exercises throughout have had me quoting it for the past week and gave me some good work ideas: including ending the day with a quick thank you email to someone. Worth the read if you?...