Book overview

Why you shouldn’t look up to the “sleepless elite”

Is sleep for “losers”? On the contrary, mounting evidence reveals that adequate sleep – which, notably, can involve napping in the workplace – is linked to higher productivity, creativity, and sounder decision-making.


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Why you shouldn’t look up to the “sleepless elite”

Retro alarm clock on bed.

Based on “Late sleepers are tired of being discriminated against. And science has their back” by Brian Resnick (Vox, 1 June 2016); “Devriez-vous vous lever (beaucoup) plus tôt le matin ?” by Mehdi Ramdani (LinkedIn, 15 February 2016) ; “The average worker loses 11 days of productivity each year due to insomnia, and companies are taking notice” by Jena McGregor (The Washington Post, 30 July 2015) ; “The secret of success: Needing less sleep?” by Laura Vanderkam (Fortune Magazine, 20 March 2012).

Caroline Schuurman
Published by Caroline Schuurman