A Life of Enterprise: Sleep your way to success

And I don't mean perform favours for your boss. What I mean is that sleep will help make you money.

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Last Updated: 06 Nov 2012

When I was about 15 I went to bed completely unable to translate some language homework. In my sleep I translated the whole thing and woke up being able to write the English without any problem. There are many decisions that we make when in the land of Nod that we may not even know we have made. Then there is that time just between consciousness and unconsciousness (do they call it Theta state?), when I believe some of the best and most insightful decisions can be made... [CLICK HERE TO READ MORE AND COMMENT]


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A Life of Enterprise: Sleep your way to success

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