Are you feeling burnt out after this year?
I think we are burned out in record numbers right now. I’m hearing stories of burnout from a lot of people around me and it got me thinking: what if that burnout is affecting our sleep?
The unfortunate truth is that burnout causes you to get less restful sleep, and the lack of sleep causes more burnout! In this episode, let’s talk about how to break that cycle.
I’m talking all about the relationship between burnout and sleep and giving you 6 ways to reset your sleep-wake cycle. I’ve been practicing these myself and I can promise you they work.
If you’re going to CEO like Jesus, this is something you need to know about.
In This Episode, You’ll Discover:
- How burnout might be preventing you from getting a good night’s sleep
- The definition of burnout
- Why burnout keeps you up at night
- What happens in your brain when you sleep
- Why circadian rhythms are so important
- The importance of creating a consistent sleep schedule
- Why you need sunlight in the morning
- How to start performing at a higher level during the day
People who perform on a high-level plan to protect their sleep-wake cycles. It’s going to take a couple of weeks to start consistently implementing these steps, but when you do, you’ll see why it’s worth it.
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