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When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing

Paperback - 08 January 2019
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2 customer reviews Between 4−5 stars rating, 24 September 2019
The Ups, Downs and Synchronization in Life Time
By: Dine Rostianti

In the daily life, is there an appropriate time to decide on something important? To make creative artwork? To exercise? From the scientific side, it turns out that this did not happen by chance and is not just random. There is a pattern in the life of every human being, regardless of race, religion, residence and in some cases, including age. In daily life, it turns out that break is something that is crucial. To get a break that has a positive impact, there are requirements that need to be met.

In the span of human life, is there a right time to start something and to end something? Graduated from college, started a career, married, divorced, started a healthy lifestyle,... See More

etc.? What needs to be considered from the midpoint, between the beginning and the end of a life moment?

How do you synchronize as a team, formally or informally to optimize performance? Daniel H. Pink presents summaries of studies related to the rhythm of daily human activities, life cycles throughout human life, and real examples in life in the world of harmonious synchronization.

There is always a period of ups and downs in human life. This book invites readers to identify themselves chronobiologically, optimally mentally and physically so as to produce better performance in life. At the end of each chapter, there is a handbook related to the material discussed in the related chapter, containing guidelines for optimizing one's potential at peak times and minimizing the negative effects of the trough conditions that are common in human life.

2 customer reviews Between 3−4 stars rating, 13 May 2019
Another good one from the author of Drive and Sell
By: A. Budi

Daniel Pink’s strength in is books is taking interesting studies and framing them with context to make those individual studies have greater meaning through the connections with other work. It may come across as more self-help than social science, but sometimes self-help is needed. In this case, it is at least grounded in science.


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