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A Keynote Speaker Advises on Sleeping Your Way to the Top

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

Every keynote speaker who’s at the top of his or her game knows just how important a good night’s sleep is. Andy Core lists some of the top reasons why your poor sleep habits may be preventing you from climbing up the corporate ladder.

  1. Getting proper shut-eye for 7-9 hours a night leaves you feeling refreshed and energized the next day and better able to tackle work projects with utmost skill and attention.
  2. Sleeping well and long enough on a regular basis can help stave off health problems. The healthier you are, the less likely you are to take valuable time off work and not be there for important projects.
  3. Your brain plays through the day’s events when you’re asleep. Depriving it of this review time means that you’re less able to deal with your surroundings the next day and make less use of your intellect. A keynote speaker knows that the corner office doesn’t go to someone who can’t consistently think quickly on the spot.
  4. The less you sleep, the more likely you are to put on weight that can lead to obesity. Unless you’re Warren Buffett or Bill Gates, how you look – unfortunately – has a lot to do with where you work.

A professional keynote speaker like Andy Core knows that with only a couple of small changes, changing your sleeping habits can lead to better performance at the office and an increased chance of promotions.

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A Good Night’s Sleep Can Improve Productivity in the Workplace

A well rested person will always be highly effective and have higher levels of productivity in the workplace.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Sleep is something that can greatly improve productivity in the workplace. Some people are not sleeping well and therefore under-performing in their place of work.

The Circadian Rhythm

You need to get in harmony with the natural body’s circadian rhythm, which is the waking up and sleeping cycle. It starts by going to bed at the same time every night. Go to bed when you feel tired so you don’t toss and turn in bed. This applies even during the weekend.

Waking up at the Same Time

Make sure you also wake up at the same time, even during weekends. If you get enough rest, your body will naturally wake up at the same time every day and you will not need an alarm. You can nap to make up for lost sleep time, but this needs to be done for about thirty minutes. If you nap for a long time, it can cause insomnia, which means you won’t be able to sleep at night and your productivity in the workplace will certainly suffer.

If you feel sleepy before your bedtime, it’s best to do an activity that is stimulating like reading an interesting book, watching television or simply calling a friend. If you sleep before your time, you might find it hard to sleep throughout the night. Sleep definitely does improve your productivity in the workplace.

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