Daniel H. Pink is the author of several books on the universe of contemporary work. His books have already been translated into 34 languages, and he has several bestsellers that sold together, more than 2 million copies worldwide. Pink grew up in the small suburban town of Bexley, Ohio, outside Columbus, and graduated from Bexley High School in 1982. He graduated from Yale Law School in 1991 and was the editor-in-chief of the Yale Law & Policy Review. Deciding not to practice law, Pink has worked in various public and political positions. He served as an advisor to Secretary of Labor Robert Reich and from 1995 to 1997 was the chief speechwriter for Vice President Al Gore. In 1997, he gave up his work to travel alone, an experience he described in the article Free Agent Nation, which became the basis of his first book. His articles on business and technology have appeared in The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and Wired.
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