An expert in business and human behaviour, Daniel is the author of six bestselling books detailing his revered expertise. In particular, his books titled When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing and To Sell is Human have been credited with the title of New York Times Bestsellers. Globally renowned, his books have been published in over 40 different languages selling an immense three million copies worldwide. His books discuss topics such as timing to help people flourish at work, the science of sales, behavioural science in relation to human motivation, right-brain thinking in a modern economy and self-employment.
Daniel has also shared his time in the limelight on television. He is widely known for the time he spent as the host and co-executive producer on the National Geographic programme titled Crowd Control. This programme allowed Daniel to gain invaluable knowledge in the study of social behaviour. His time on the show has given Daniel material to bring to his motivational public addresses, drawing knowledge on emotional intelligence and workplace culture in his speeches. Daniel has also spoken for other notable organisations such as CNN, PBS and ABC as well as countless radio stations across the breadth of the UK and US.
Before establishing an independent reputation for his work, Daniel committed his time to working a number of positions in the political sector. From 1995 to 1997 he was bestowed with the responsibility of being the chief speechwriter to Vice President Al Gore. His time in politics inspired his very first book published in 2001. Daniel is also well educated, having received a BA from Northwestern University and a JD from Yale Law School.
Daniel is frequently called upon to contribute to numerous publications. He acts as the business columnist for The Sunday Telegraph as well as regularly contributing to articles for Fast Company and Wired. Well regarded in his sector, his erudite essays have been showcased in The New York Times, The New Republic, Slate and The Havard Business Review. Foreign countries have also sought Daniels expertise countless times, with Daniel previously acting as a fellow of Japan Society Media studying the countries comic industry. In 2019 Daniels work ethic and true devotion to his sector was noted by Thinkers50 naming him as the 6th most influential management thinker in the world.
Influential and engaging in his keynote addresses, Daniel expands on the knowledge he has documented in his esteemed books. From professional development to self-employment, emotional intelligence to right-brain thinking and result-driven strategies there is nothing that Daniel cannot deliver on. Charming with an impeccable stage presence, Daniel is truly an authoritative keynote suitable for a range of business audiences.