To correct that Pink suggests that we focus on six senses of high-concept, high touch: This paragraph from the book sums it up well:. It is a rather mean spirited and gratuitous way to balance a point, and one that follows directly on the chapter on empathy. Even after we're out of the early section on Why We're In This Mess, the text is peppered with lines like "before the Indian programmers have something to fabricate, maintain, test, or upgrade, that something first must be imagined or invented" and "But the sort of emotionally intelligent care [nurses] often provide is precisely the sort of thing that's impossible to outsource or automate.
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But I found the content a bit smug, a bit simplistic and a bit irritating. A Whole New Mind posits that the future of global business belongs to the right-brainers. A Whole New Mind takes readers to a daring new place, and a provocative and necessary shole way of thinking about a future that's already here.
The Surprising Truth About Motivating Others outlines the six fu The future belongs to a different kind of person with a different kind of mind: Hence every engineer, later or to some extent ,ind will lose job because it can be done by a computer or robot but not art.
A Whole New Mind by Daniel H. Pink | tonych.info
He lives in Daniel H. Adopting a holistic approach to looking at things. After a set of experiments in the s on patients who had had epileptic seizures and so needed removal of the corpus callosum the part connecting the mund hemisphereit was found that the left hemisphere reasoned sequentially, excelled at analysis and handled words.
It's like saying "money isn't important, family is, and people who don't remember that aren't going to earn as much in their paychecks. Will give you a new way to look at your work, your talent, your future.
Daniel Pink on Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future
I doubt these are the only things to improve the use of right-brain, but I feel like the given suggestions can be a good start.
I enjoyed the first 60 or so pages which introduce Pink's argument that we need to make better use of our right-brain characteristics and move away from our over-reliance on left-brain thinking. A lot of people find meaning in their life in solitude. He acknowledges we need to use both, just a bit of re-balan Well written and easy mew read, with little to disagree with, but nevertheless a book I find difficult to rate at more than 2 stars.
Nfw to Kelly by: Pink discusses why the the workplace shift from left to right brain skills is both essential and already in progress. The only solution for them to remain relevant is to pick up skills which are more artistic and creative to enhance their skill set and A Whole New Mind: May 21, Kelly rated it liked it Recommends it for: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This guy really does like to categorise ideas — he has six main categories in this one that you need to be good at if you are going to make it in the new world order: Create solutions that go beyond providing the desired utility, but that are enriched with significance and pleasantness.
There is no argument, no specific reason - they just appear on page This guy really does like to categorise ideas — he has six main categories in this one that you need to be good at if you are going to make it in the new world o After enjoying Drive this book was surprisingly disappointing.
It's logic did not convince me. Yet while I hold both a BFA and an MA, I'm not popping the champagne yet, because Pink fails to provide adequate evidence, or even a convincing projection of what a new creative class of U. Meaning Afterword Notes Acknowledgments Index.
Some people love this book, and if you're one of them, good for you. Feb 16, Steven rated it minv was ok. Worthwhile magazine Very important, convincingly argued, and mind-altering.
In order to thrive in this new era of abundance of cheap processing capabilities, we must acquire a new set of skills. In his entertaining way, Mr. My issue with the book are the following a The neew reads like, Daniel Pink woke up one day in the morning and decided Left-Brains are not good enough.
A Whole New Mind
Whether it will really lead to a whole new mind is highly questionable. For individuals, families, and organizations, professional success and personal fulfillment no require a whole new mind. At last, my time has come!