Whether you’re an electrician or an analyst, a brain surgeon or a salesperson, New York Times best-selling author Daniel Pink has discovered a universal truth: When we do our work is just as important as how we do it. Turns out even the brightest minds aren’t at their best at certain times of the day. Luckily, it’s possible to decipher your own patterns of performance—i.e., when you’re at your peak and when, well, you’re not—and then use that information to your advantage. Tune in to find out how to get your timing right in order to boost performance, make fewer mistakes, and heighten creativity.
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