Dan Seewald is the former Head of Worldwide Innovation at Pfizer, one of the world biggest pharmaceutical companies with almost 100.000 employees. He founded and led Pfizer’s Dare to Try Innovation & Experimentation program, which is one of the Fortune 100’s leading design thinking and strategic innovation programs. He is also the founder of The Deliberate Innovator System™, which is creative problem solving and innovation design methodology that builds culture and capabilities inside of large organizations.
My very latest interview for a podcast How to be Awesome at Your Job with Pete Mockaitis. I share some research-based strategies and tactics for overcoming procrastination based on my bestselling book The End of Procrastination. For example: - A recipe for finding willpower at the moment and really start, - How to find your ongoing motivation and purpose at your work, - Why you should rest before you get tired.
In this episode I interviewed Spencer Greenberg. Spencer has PhD. from applied math, and he is founder Spark Wave, a startup foundry which creates software products designed to solve problems in the world on a large scale. For example UpLift, an automated app for helping people with depression. He also founded ClearerThinking.org, which offers free tools and training programs that have been used by over 150,000 people, designed to help improve decision-making and reduce thinking biases. Spencer's work has been featured by major media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, the Independent, Lifehacker, Gizmodo, Fast Company, and the Financial Times.
I had a great chance to visit Tokyo 8 times already, and I get a lot of questions about what are the main things to visit. So I made this list of my 10 the most favorite must-visit spots and attractions. You may find them in many tourist guides but I sorted them according to my subjective preference, and I added what the best daytime to visit is.