It’s 3 in the afternoon and you’ve been pounding coffee and energy drinks all day. Your
nerves are a live wire. You’re irritable and unfocused and yet, you’re also exhausted. Your body and mind are drained and you seriously doubt if you’re going to make it to the end of the workday upright and awake.
Lack of sleep is not just making you feel fatigued. It may also be taking a profoundly dangerous toll on your physical, psychological, social, and professional wellbeing. Luckily, it’s never too late to begin improving your sleep, which in turn will improve your physical, mental, and emotional health.
The Warrior Mentality
Ours is an always-on society, in which productivity is paramount and indolence is anathema. That makes it very hard for grown-ups who value their reputation to admit they prioritize sleep in their daily lives. Indeed, the business world teems with successful entrepreneurs