Marcia Conner, managing director of Ageless Learner, a global advisory practice that helps companies and people learn and adapt to new technologies, processes, and information, in her recent Fast Company Learning Resource Center column writes: “According to the National Sleep Foundation, almost 70% of us get fewer than eight hours sleep a night. Only one in ten say sleep is an important part of good health. A full 40% blame watching TV or surfing the Web for not going to sleep before midnight.”
Read Marcia Conner’s Advice for Executives: Get Some Sleep! to find out how a sleep-deprived life could end up costing you the ability to excel. And be sure to take the Fast Company poll.
How much sleep do you get each night?