Arianna Huffington – co-founder, president and editor-in-chief of Huffington Post Media Group, cultural phenomenon, and author of Thrive, Third World America, On Becoming Fearless and Pigs at the Trough – maintains her brand with impeccable timing. She brings out new books at measured intervals to ensure each one’s embrace by her readers. This book is no exception. Huffington showed that she’s an excellent editor-in-chief in her years building the Huffington Post. With her books, she faces the same editorial problem as brand names Malcolm Gladwell or Brené Brown: how to take a magazine article topic and fill an entire book with it. Here she rings the alarm about a “sleep-deprivation crisis.” No one, she argues persuasively, gets enough sleep and everybody should get more. Sleep, it turns out, is crucial to your mental and physical health.
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Huffington Post Media Group co-founder, president and editor-in-chief Arianna Huffington wrote The New York Times bestseller Thrive. Her other books include Third World America, On Becoming Fearless and Pigs at the Trough.
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1 year agoI strongly believe this. When I was younger, I had a twisted paradigm that if I got sleep I wouldn't perform as well. I was running on adrenaline everyday. Then I would oversleep to compensate. That is why I thought that getting sleep was bad. Now seeing the difference of getting constant sleep, I have clarity of purpose as described in this summary.