Welcome to episode #868 of Six Pixels of Separation – The ThinkersOne Podcast.
Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation – The ThinkersOne Podcast – Episode #868. Are you looking for a way to move forward and create a life well-lived? Look no further than Daniel H. Pink and his latest book, The Power of Regret – How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward. As a bestselling author and expert in business, work, creativity, and behavior, Dan’s insights on this misunderstood emotion are sure to inspire and empower. Based on unprecedented research, Dan’s latest work challenges conventional wisdom about regret and shows how properly handling this emotion can point the way to a fulfilling life. But The Power of Regret is just the latest in a long line of bestselling books (that I truly love!), including: When, To Sell is Human, Drive, A Whole New Mind, Free Agent Nation, and the grossly under-estimated manga beauty of The Adventures of Johnny Bunko. Plus, if you’re not tuning into his newsletter and The Pinkcast, you really should. With his insights and expertise, Dan has become a respected voice in business (and the kind of thinker that I aspire to be). Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from one of the greatest thinkers in business and behavior. Enjoy the conversation…
- Running time: 47:31.
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- The Power of Regret – How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward.
- To Sell is Human.
- A Whole New Mind.
- Free Agent Nation.
- The Adventures of Johnny Bunko.
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- This week’s music: David Usher ‘St. Lawrence River’.
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