Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Maximize your energy each day, part of Time Management Tips Weekly.
- Having an abundance of energy is critical…for getting more done in your day.…And, on the other hand, if you're fatigued,…you're going to find it hard to perform at all.…Famed coach Vince Lombardi once said,…"Fatigue makes cowards of us all."…So, what can we do, how do we…increase our energy and avoid fatigue?…I'm going to cover a few of the essentials to keep in mind.…First, let's talk about sleep.…Now, you may have heard that the average person…needs eight hours of sleep at night,…and, for most people, that's true.…
However, the National Sleep Foundation has found that…some people can need as few as seven, and some need…as much as nine to function properly.…Find out what's right for you.…Also have a consistent sleep schedule.…Avoid changing it up on the weekends and staying out late.…Also, an hour before you go to bed, avoid bright lights.…This includes things like television,…your phone, any kind of glowing screen,…power it down about an hour before you go to bed.…
Now, what about exercise?…In general, studies have shown that consistent,…
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