When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing

When

Authors: Daniel H. Pink,

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We are always waiting for the right time. But when is the right time? By combining studies from psychology, biology and economics, Daniel Pink proves that timing is a science. His findings and strategies will help you make smart use of the time you have, making your life more fulfilling and less regretful.

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