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His favorite restaurant is Chinatown Brasserie and he loves pork buns

While New York Magazine has a ridiculous feature on insufferable young adult foodies, the New York Daily News brings us another young foodie of the middle-school scene.

David Pines, 12, has decided to publish a guide to the New York City dining scene, titled "Pines Picks: A Kid’s Guide to the Best Things to Eat and Drink in New York City."

His author bio claims that "David Pines is not a child appeased by a little salt, sugar and grease," saying Pines, of precocious palate, can discern the "spicy, sweet, crisp, tender or buttery attributes of foods from popovers to squid ink pasta."

As for why a sixth grader's palate is more dependable than adult critics like Pete Wells, Pines argues that "Adults make too many judgments based on the appearance of the restaurants... They get mad because the glasses weren’t all there when they walked in. I’m like, who cares? How did the food taste?"

But of course, he still complains about service like the adults. "I hate it when they sit us in the back room upstairs with all the other families with crying babies," he says. "It just shows that they don’t even care. And the service is always worse."

Restaurants these days. Next up for Pines may be a guidebook focusing on themed restaurants. We wonder what his thoughts are on fake doughnuts.


Don Rheem Releases “Thrive By Design” with ForbesBooks

NEW YORK (August 3, 2017) Don Rheem, founder and CEO of E3 Solutions, today announced the publication of Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures(available now). The book is published with ForbesBooks, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes Media.

Never has the recipe for organizational success been more complicated than it is today, and no ingredient is more critical to that success than the people who go to work every day. In his new book, Rheem—a former science advisor to both the US Congress and the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services—offers managers and senior leaders deep insight into what drives employee performance from a brain-based perspective. Backed by empirically validated science, Thrive By Design introduces readers to the triggers of exemplary workplace behavior at a neurological level. Rheem focuses on the systems, leadership skill sets, and environments that consistently and predictably produce more engaged, high-performance workplace cultures.

“What if your team looked forward to Mondays instead of Fridays?” said Rheem. “This type of workplace culture is possible and in place in many organizations today. The key is in the biological hardwiring of humans. In this book, I want to help leaders at all levels in the organization understand the conditions in which the brain will ‘thrive by design.’ This new relational science will be the key distinguishing characteristic of tomorrow’s model companies.”

This book is written for leaders who are tired of fighting against a disengaged culture HR professionals who spend more time reacting to workplace drama than fulfilling their mission and purpose in the organization and for employees who have been crippled by toxic leaders and uninspired cultures and want to know there’s a better way.


Don Rheem Releases “Thrive By Design” with ForbesBooks

NEW YORK (August 3, 2017) Don Rheem, founder and CEO of E3 Solutions, today announced the publication of Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures(available now). The book is published with ForbesBooks, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes Media.

Never has the recipe for organizational success been more complicated than it is today, and no ingredient is more critical to that success than the people who go to work every day. In his new book, Rheem—a former science advisor to both the US Congress and the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services—offers managers and senior leaders deep insight into what drives employee performance from a brain-based perspective. Backed by empirically validated science, Thrive By Design introduces readers to the triggers of exemplary workplace behavior at a neurological level. Rheem focuses on the systems, leadership skill sets, and environments that consistently and predictably produce more engaged, high-performance workplace cultures.

“What if your team looked forward to Mondays instead of Fridays?” said Rheem. “This type of workplace culture is possible and in place in many organizations today. The key is in the biological hardwiring of humans. In this book, I want to help leaders at all levels in the organization understand the conditions in which the brain will ‘thrive by design.’ This new relational science will be the key distinguishing characteristic of tomorrow’s model companies.”

This book is written for leaders who are tired of fighting against a disengaged culture HR professionals who spend more time reacting to workplace drama than fulfilling their mission and purpose in the organization and for employees who have been crippled by toxic leaders and uninspired cultures and want to know there’s a better way.


Don Rheem Releases “Thrive By Design” with ForbesBooks

NEW YORK (August 3, 2017) Don Rheem, founder and CEO of E3 Solutions, today announced the publication of Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures(available now). The book is published with ForbesBooks, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes Media.

Never has the recipe for organizational success been more complicated than it is today, and no ingredient is more critical to that success than the people who go to work every day. In his new book, Rheem—a former science advisor to both the US Congress and the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services—offers managers and senior leaders deep insight into what drives employee performance from a brain-based perspective. Backed by empirically validated science, Thrive By Design introduces readers to the triggers of exemplary workplace behavior at a neurological level. Rheem focuses on the systems, leadership skill sets, and environments that consistently and predictably produce more engaged, high-performance workplace cultures.

“What if your team looked forward to Mondays instead of Fridays?” said Rheem. “This type of workplace culture is possible and in place in many organizations today. The key is in the biological hardwiring of humans. In this book, I want to help leaders at all levels in the organization understand the conditions in which the brain will ‘thrive by design.’ This new relational science will be the key distinguishing characteristic of tomorrow’s model companies.”

This book is written for leaders who are tired of fighting against a disengaged culture HR professionals who spend more time reacting to workplace drama than fulfilling their mission and purpose in the organization and for employees who have been crippled by toxic leaders and uninspired cultures and want to know there’s a better way.


Don Rheem Releases “Thrive By Design” with ForbesBooks

NEW YORK (August 3, 2017) Don Rheem, founder and CEO of E3 Solutions, today announced the publication of Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures(available now). The book is published with ForbesBooks, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes Media.

Never has the recipe for organizational success been more complicated than it is today, and no ingredient is more critical to that success than the people who go to work every day. In his new book, Rheem—a former science advisor to both the US Congress and the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services—offers managers and senior leaders deep insight into what drives employee performance from a brain-based perspective. Backed by empirically validated science, Thrive By Design introduces readers to the triggers of exemplary workplace behavior at a neurological level. Rheem focuses on the systems, leadership skill sets, and environments that consistently and predictably produce more engaged, high-performance workplace cultures.

“What if your team looked forward to Mondays instead of Fridays?” said Rheem. “This type of workplace culture is possible and in place in many organizations today. The key is in the biological hardwiring of humans. In this book, I want to help leaders at all levels in the organization understand the conditions in which the brain will ‘thrive by design.’ This new relational science will be the key distinguishing characteristic of tomorrow’s model companies.”

This book is written for leaders who are tired of fighting against a disengaged culture HR professionals who spend more time reacting to workplace drama than fulfilling their mission and purpose in the organization and for employees who have been crippled by toxic leaders and uninspired cultures and want to know there’s a better way.


Don Rheem Releases “Thrive By Design” with ForbesBooks

NEW YORK (August 3, 2017) Don Rheem, founder and CEO of E3 Solutions, today announced the publication of Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures(available now). The book is published with ForbesBooks, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes Media.

Never has the recipe for organizational success been more complicated than it is today, and no ingredient is more critical to that success than the people who go to work every day. In his new book, Rheem—a former science advisor to both the US Congress and the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services—offers managers and senior leaders deep insight into what drives employee performance from a brain-based perspective. Backed by empirically validated science, Thrive By Design introduces readers to the triggers of exemplary workplace behavior at a neurological level. Rheem focuses on the systems, leadership skill sets, and environments that consistently and predictably produce more engaged, high-performance workplace cultures.

“What if your team looked forward to Mondays instead of Fridays?” said Rheem. “This type of workplace culture is possible and in place in many organizations today. The key is in the biological hardwiring of humans. In this book, I want to help leaders at all levels in the organization understand the conditions in which the brain will ‘thrive by design.’ This new relational science will be the key distinguishing characteristic of tomorrow’s model companies.”

This book is written for leaders who are tired of fighting against a disengaged culture HR professionals who spend more time reacting to workplace drama than fulfilling their mission and purpose in the organization and for employees who have been crippled by toxic leaders and uninspired cultures and want to know there’s a better way.


Don Rheem Releases “Thrive By Design” with ForbesBooks

NEW YORK (August 3, 2017) Don Rheem, founder and CEO of E3 Solutions, today announced the publication of Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures(available now). The book is published with ForbesBooks, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes Media.

Never has the recipe for organizational success been more complicated than it is today, and no ingredient is more critical to that success than the people who go to work every day. In his new book, Rheem—a former science advisor to both the US Congress and the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services—offers managers and senior leaders deep insight into what drives employee performance from a brain-based perspective. Backed by empirically validated science, Thrive By Design introduces readers to the triggers of exemplary workplace behavior at a neurological level. Rheem focuses on the systems, leadership skill sets, and environments that consistently and predictably produce more engaged, high-performance workplace cultures.

“What if your team looked forward to Mondays instead of Fridays?” said Rheem. “This type of workplace culture is possible and in place in many organizations today. The key is in the biological hardwiring of humans. In this book, I want to help leaders at all levels in the organization understand the conditions in which the brain will ‘thrive by design.’ This new relational science will be the key distinguishing characteristic of tomorrow’s model companies.”

This book is written for leaders who are tired of fighting against a disengaged culture HR professionals who spend more time reacting to workplace drama than fulfilling their mission and purpose in the organization and for employees who have been crippled by toxic leaders and uninspired cultures and want to know there’s a better way.


Don Rheem Releases “Thrive By Design” with ForbesBooks

NEW YORK (August 3, 2017) Don Rheem, founder and CEO of E3 Solutions, today announced the publication of Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures(available now). The book is published with ForbesBooks, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes Media.

Never has the recipe for organizational success been more complicated than it is today, and no ingredient is more critical to that success than the people who go to work every day. In his new book, Rheem—a former science advisor to both the US Congress and the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services—offers managers and senior leaders deep insight into what drives employee performance from a brain-based perspective. Backed by empirically validated science, Thrive By Design introduces readers to the triggers of exemplary workplace behavior at a neurological level. Rheem focuses on the systems, leadership skill sets, and environments that consistently and predictably produce more engaged, high-performance workplace cultures.

“What if your team looked forward to Mondays instead of Fridays?” said Rheem. “This type of workplace culture is possible and in place in many organizations today. The key is in the biological hardwiring of humans. In this book, I want to help leaders at all levels in the organization understand the conditions in which the brain will ‘thrive by design.’ This new relational science will be the key distinguishing characteristic of tomorrow’s model companies.”

This book is written for leaders who are tired of fighting against a disengaged culture HR professionals who spend more time reacting to workplace drama than fulfilling their mission and purpose in the organization and for employees who have been crippled by toxic leaders and uninspired cultures and want to know there’s a better way.


Don Rheem Releases “Thrive By Design” with ForbesBooks

NEW YORK (August 3, 2017) Don Rheem, founder and CEO of E3 Solutions, today announced the publication of Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures(available now). The book is published with ForbesBooks, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes Media.

Never has the recipe for organizational success been more complicated than it is today, and no ingredient is more critical to that success than the people who go to work every day. In his new book, Rheem—a former science advisor to both the US Congress and the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services—offers managers and senior leaders deep insight into what drives employee performance from a brain-based perspective. Backed by empirically validated science, Thrive By Design introduces readers to the triggers of exemplary workplace behavior at a neurological level. Rheem focuses on the systems, leadership skill sets, and environments that consistently and predictably produce more engaged, high-performance workplace cultures.

“What if your team looked forward to Mondays instead of Fridays?” said Rheem. “This type of workplace culture is possible and in place in many organizations today. The key is in the biological hardwiring of humans. In this book, I want to help leaders at all levels in the organization understand the conditions in which the brain will ‘thrive by design.’ This new relational science will be the key distinguishing characteristic of tomorrow’s model companies.”

This book is written for leaders who are tired of fighting against a disengaged culture HR professionals who spend more time reacting to workplace drama than fulfilling their mission and purpose in the organization and for employees who have been crippled by toxic leaders and uninspired cultures and want to know there’s a better way.


Don Rheem Releases “Thrive By Design” with ForbesBooks

NEW YORK (August 3, 2017) Don Rheem, founder and CEO of E3 Solutions, today announced the publication of Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures(available now). The book is published with ForbesBooks, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes Media.

Never has the recipe for organizational success been more complicated than it is today, and no ingredient is more critical to that success than the people who go to work every day. In his new book, Rheem—a former science advisor to both the US Congress and the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services—offers managers and senior leaders deep insight into what drives employee performance from a brain-based perspective. Backed by empirically validated science, Thrive By Design introduces readers to the triggers of exemplary workplace behavior at a neurological level. Rheem focuses on the systems, leadership skill sets, and environments that consistently and predictably produce more engaged, high-performance workplace cultures.

“What if your team looked forward to Mondays instead of Fridays?” said Rheem. “This type of workplace culture is possible and in place in many organizations today. The key is in the biological hardwiring of humans. In this book, I want to help leaders at all levels in the organization understand the conditions in which the brain will ‘thrive by design.’ This new relational science will be the key distinguishing characteristic of tomorrow’s model companies.”

This book is written for leaders who are tired of fighting against a disengaged culture HR professionals who spend more time reacting to workplace drama than fulfilling their mission and purpose in the organization and for employees who have been crippled by toxic leaders and uninspired cultures and want to know there’s a better way.


Don Rheem Releases “Thrive By Design” with ForbesBooks

NEW YORK (August 3, 2017) Don Rheem, founder and CEO of E3 Solutions, today announced the publication of Thrive By Design: The Neuroscience That Drives High-Performance Cultures(available now). The book is published with ForbesBooks, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes Media.

Never has the recipe for organizational success been more complicated than it is today, and no ingredient is more critical to that success than the people who go to work every day. In his new book, Rheem—a former science advisor to both the US Congress and the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services—offers managers and senior leaders deep insight into what drives employee performance from a brain-based perspective. Backed by empirically validated science, Thrive By Design introduces readers to the triggers of exemplary workplace behavior at a neurological level. Rheem focuses on the systems, leadership skill sets, and environments that consistently and predictably produce more engaged, high-performance workplace cultures.

“What if your team looked forward to Mondays instead of Fridays?” said Rheem. “This type of workplace culture is possible and in place in many organizations today. The key is in the biological hardwiring of humans. In this book, I want to help leaders at all levels in the organization understand the conditions in which the brain will ‘thrive by design.’ This new relational science will be the key distinguishing characteristic of tomorrow’s model companies.”

This book is written for leaders who are tired of fighting against a disengaged culture HR professionals who spend more time reacting to workplace drama than fulfilling their mission and purpose in the organization and for employees who have been crippled by toxic leaders and uninspired cultures and want to know there’s a better way.