Great teleclass. Dan provided some great insights in a clear and easy to understand way. name optional: Lou Ballester
Very interesting, organized and thought provoking. thank you, Constance Stevens
Daniel was very forthcoming and a wonderful guest. Sally, you've picked some great guests to interview. I've enjoyed them all. Daniel spun multiple theories together very well - Bolles, Krumboltz, Seligman, etc. - and simply, creatively, organizes the usefulness of each part of the 3-legged stool in the career process. I'm sure the success of the manga format will be quickly realized. I plan to buy it and pass it around to family members and clients.
Thank you for a great hour! Very enjoyable. Mary Lynne
I enjoyed hearing quite a different perspective on career development topics with regard to the six lessons. Some of which I heard ring true and others that provided me with a dimensional intent that inspires me to think out of the box. The experience was well worth my time and very convenient. Thank you. Bernadette Amato
An excellent and insightful presentation by one of my favorite authors. Mr. Pink's conversation with us was engaging, energetic, refreshingly counterintuitive. To my way of thinking, that means it was right on! Thank you for providing this opportunity. Barry Davs
I was quite excited to hear directly from Daniel Pink. I read "A Whole New Mind" last year and have always felt that creativity and looking at a problem from multiple viewpoints is generally more productive than linear model. Still, I do think his ideas seem to be too simplistic and perhaps more media driven than content driven. I am intrigued by Pink's upcoming manga publication, "The Adventures of Johnny Bunco..." and hope that it has something solid to offer the younger generation with regard to career management. I have a son almost 21 and two nephews in their 20's on whom I will "field test" the graphic novel. I do wish Dan had answered the second part of my question about "A Whole New Mind"--that is, if he re-wrote it in a R-brain manner, wouldn't it have more images and perhaps mind-mapping graphics rather than so much text? I had other questions to ask about that book, but I'm glad Sally kept us focused on the building a business theme rather than going! off on another direction (which my questions would have done). This was WELL worth the time and effort, and I look forward to participating in other teleinterviews! Damona Sain
Helpful and thought provoking.
I found his discussion about "monga" /comic books in Japan, very interesting as was his"Six Key things or ideas" needed for a successful career." He's a good speaker and his "personalization" made his discussion even more interesting and informative. I had heard him speak once before and had previously read one of his earlier books.You made a good choice!! Gil Benjamin,MCC,NCCC
ENTREPRENEURSHIP PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS
2. Do you read any magazines regularly? If so, which ones?
4. Do you have a favorite saying or motto?
5. What are your three favorite subjects in junior high and high school? What subjects do you hate?
I would like to hear your questions, too. If possible, it would be helpful if you email to me your questions in advance, so I know how much time to set aside for your questions and so I can make a point of calling on you to ask the interviewee your question (it is difficult to take questions during the tele-interview when we have many participants).Sally