How Getting More Sleep Can Make You More Productive

Written by Samantha Pointer

On June 21, 2013

I wanted to share with you a great video from TED Talk about how getting more sleep can make you more productive. Arianna Huffington shares with you her philosophy on getting the proper rest and being a success.

I try to get at least 7 hours of sleep, but that is not always the case. The most productive that I have been was when I went to bed earlier than 10pm and woke up ready to tackle the day at around 5:45am. I’m not a morning person normally and usually do my best thinking at night, but I am finding that being up earlier is also optimal for me too. Especially if when I get up I stay up and not lay back down. I also find that taking a short nap around 1pm or so really helps me to rejuvinate and tackle the last part of my day.

How do you get in your optimal hours of sleep to be your most productive? Let me know in the comments below.

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