Fri, 2 January 2015
CW 460 – Daniel Pink – Motivation and the Hidden Science of our Lives with Host of National Geographic’s ‘Crowd Control’
In the first Creating Wealth Show of 2015, Jason Hartman details some of the most important things you should consider when forming your new year’s resolutions, including making your assets work for you and using every asset you have available to you.
Today’s guest is author and National Geographic’s Crowd Control presenter, Daniel Pink, who discusses a number of the problems featured in the TV show, as well as some of the research that went into his own books. His expertise in behaviour and motivation really comes through and makes for a fascinating show for anyone looking to make a change in their lives.
02.24 – Make your new year’s resolutions really count towards improving your personal and professional life.
06.16 – Check your assets. You need to know which ones are working for you and which are not.
10.33 – Everyone underestimates the importance of credit. Don’t make this mistake.
16.19 – It’s remarkable just how many seemingly unnecessary laws are introduced every year.
25.25 – So many day-to-day problems that we face have a simple solution. Daniel Pink finds that solution.
29.59 – Once you know the science behind how people think, you just have to apply it.
33.00 – There are so many psychological and physiological factors that impact on our thoughts and actions.
37.29 – To Sell is Human focuses on the fundamentally human nature of selling.
42.33 – For the first time in human history, we have to think about our future selves and align them with the present.
48.50 – Daniel Pink takes us through some of the ways you can use subtle motivation in the workplace.
52.19 – For more information, head to www.DanPink.com, follow at @DanielPink and watch the show Crowd Control on Mondays on the National Geographic Channel.
Mentioned in this episode
A Whole New Mind by Daniel Pink
Drive by Daniel Pink
To Sell is Human by Daniel Pink
Three Felonies a Day by Harvey Silverglate
Free by Chris Anderson
Crowd Control – TV program, National Geographic Channel