15 Oct 2015

Why Entrepreneurs Should Never Feel Guilty for Sleeping (Infographic)

Peter Gasca, entrepreneur and start up consultant says:
"Last night, I experienced something rare and amazing.
After two busy weeks that resulted in very limited rest, my body, which had been sending me clear messages in the form of muddled thoughts, blurry vision and aching joints, took full advantage of what was meant to be a short and innocent rest on my couch.
It was a rest that lasted eleven hours."
See more on why you should get your forty or more winks:
Why Entrepreneurs Should Never Feel Guilty for Sleeping (Infographic)
durga ch

durga ch

Communications
15 Oct 2015
umm .. a random thought though. i sometimes feel all this is over rated. its not just entreprenuers, but a normal hard working human who is passionate about their work will miss out on sleep and will feel guilty on oversleeping and will miss out on social life so i sometimes fail to understand all the fuss about entrepreneurship
15 Oct 2015
I personally think that it's the 'deep sleep' that counts. Some can train their brains and body to manage it in just 4-5 hours. These people would be into deep sleep within minutes of lying down and others basically take about an hour or so to achieve the state.

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