Develop Perfect Timing with Dan Pink

Today I want you to learn from Dan Pink, who’s convinced that there’s a perfect time of day to do almost anything.

He discusses how most people function throughout the day in regards to timing, arguing that each person has a high point, a low point, and a recovery period. Analytic work should happen during the peak, administrative during the trough, and brainstorming/ideation during the recovery.

Knowing when to do things, and not just how, can make all the difference in your daily productivity.

[pullquote align=”normal”]“Most of us move through the day in three stages: a peak, a trough, a recovery.” [/pullquote]

On this episode of My Quest for the Best we’re sharing this interview with Dan, who’s teaching us how to have perfect timing. 

Click here to listen to this interview.

In this interview, Dan not only discusses how each of us can have perfect timing but also gives some insights about breaks and how entrepreneurs can better use them to get the most out of their day.

Click here to listen to this interview on iTunes.

You can keep up with Dan Pink and his work by following him on Twitter or checking out his website. 

Bill Ringle, Host and executive producer of My Quest for the Best, a top 50 business podcast on iTunes.

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