Are You Underestimating the Power of Sleep? with Richard Jacobs & Mark Jewell
If you’ve listened to this podcast before, you know that we put a big emphasis on taking care of yourself – exercise, eating well, meditation, reading. And, now, it’s time to dig into the one thing we ignore all too often – getting enough sleep.
In this conversation, Mark Jewell sits down with inventor Richard Jacobs to talk about:
- What Richard noticed about himself that led him to learn more about the importance of rest
- How “I’m not sleeping well” can mean several different things
- The stories we tell ourselves about sleep
- How to set yourself up for success with a good night’s rest
- …and more!
Sleep is one of those things that we tend to take for granted, but can make a huge difference in our ability to thrive at work and beyond. Enjoy!
About Richard Jacobs
Richard’s newest venture, The Good Night’s Sleep Project, features his patent-pending custom-tailored-pillow. The custom-tailored-pillow idea came from Richard interviewing over 110 sleep professionals, and dealing with his own sleep issues for the past 20+ years. It is available now!
In October 2016, Richard started The Future Tech Podcast, and has now interviewed 1800+ companies in artificial intelligence, stem cells, 3D printing, gene editing, bitcoin, blockchain, the microbiome, quantum computing, virtual reality and space exploration and more.
Richard also has 10 years of experience as CMO (chief marketing officer) of Speakeasy Marketing, Inc, a firm that has helped over 900 attorneys nationwide to improve their law practices, and is the author of five books including Secrets of Attorney Marketing Law School Dares Not Teach – 1st, 2nd and 3rd editions, the Ultimate Guide to Local Business Marketing (Ultimate Series) (co-author), and Bitcoin, Ethereum & Blockchain: Lessons Learned From 200+ Interviews of Blockchain Companies.
You can connect with Richard on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.
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