In order to be productive, you need to be well-rested. Breaks are part of the equation, but you also need to make sure you’re getting enough sleep. There are plenty of different ways of making sure you’re getting enough “shut eye.”
One method is napping. When you were a kid you probably had enough of them, but there’s an impressive list of people who couldn’t have achieved what they did without them. The power nap is a popular way to grab some much-needed sleep during the day and leave you recharged to tackle the rest of it. But some of us don’t have the type of job that allows for “naptime.” It’s unlikely your boss would be impressed if they saw you catching some z’s in your cubicle during your workday.
Even if you do manage to get some sleep in throughout the day, you still need to get a good night’s sleep to keep at your productive best. Which begs the question:
“What is a good night’s sleep for you?”
How much sleep do you need to stay at the top of your game? Are you getting the sleep you need? Let us know in the comments…before you “hit the hay.”
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