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I like to add value to every reader through my articles regularly.  I have a scientific commitment and a social obligation. I need these two; I mean scientific commitment and social obligation by way of "give back to the community" volunteering as I live symbiotically in the community.

First, under the part of my scientific commitment, I would like to invite the focus of readers on some research points about Human sleep and why do we get frequent interruptions during sleep-time.

Sleep is a much sought-after enterprise as it is connected to professionals' productivity and success. Good sleep makes the mind-body much clearer. There's a difference between sleep that's long but interrupted and sleep that's short but sound and uninterrupted. In simple, the brain should sleep for a shorter number of uninterrupted hours than a longer number of fitful ones.

We will start with you as an example instead of taking somebody. Maybe, you worked hard in working hours of a day and looking forward to an early cosy up in bed.  You are blissfully slipping into sleep. But intermittently you awake for an unknowing reason. You are in a sleepy haze, wondering what has happened and who woke you up.

A night of good night sleep is not as simple as it appears or we experience. Sleep is a marvel based on certain neurological principles. While we snooze, our brain continues to monitor the sleeping environment where we sleep. This psychic surveillance is done by our sensory system and intuition ambit to protect us from danger if any. In untoward circumstances of predicting danger, the sensory and motor system wakes us up. So, we do not sleep all the time of sleeping unless our instinct and proprioception dissipate information to the hypothalamus, which is the centre for affecting or inducing sleep and arousal.

This is the amazing idiosyncrasy of the human brain. This is an article's part for a scientific update covering "scientific commitment" to update listeners.

Now, coming to the social obligation part of this podcast, why do certain individuals succeed and certain individuals fail in their attempts?

Over 40 years of my consultancy practice, and fostering research on management topics, I interviewed many successful Entrepreneurs and hierarchical executives.

I have attained a sizable amount of evidence to conclude that the weakening or unsuccessful individuals do not practice disciplined marching in sync with their intelligence. And adding to this, unsuccessful individuals lack the dimensions to tune their core strengths into potential emotions for success.

On the other hand, successful individuals maintain a much disciplined synchronous equilibrium between their pace of action in beat with their intelligence, emotions, talent, creativity and skill set.

For this, the first commandment is to obtain sizeable Knowledge about the profession you are interested to grow. How can one gain knowledge in a day easy way?

If you take a passionate individual, he reads knowledgeable books on an average of 10 to 12 per month whereas an ordinary man reads 1 or 2 books per month.

Run-of-the-mill Indian employee binge-watches unproductive TV programmes more than 80 hours a week.

Whereas committed to success individuals watch few selective channels to update their knowledge on market trends, stock market index, global news and current events. These individuals learn from their failures. I call it purposeful and planned growth. 

Patrick Finan a researcher on Sleep says "When your sleep is disrupted throughout the night, you don't have the opportunity to progress in your professional life."

How every day timely sleep is important, likewise every day intentional growth is important for our success. As sleep and productivity are indirectly connected, I call it a "sleep enterprise" at the inception of this article.

Remember, Sleep makes you afresh with an active body and alert mind every day. Likewise, Success is a journey of every day. Success is based on daily intentional growth with planned agenda. Success is not the destination.  Success is the result of awakening one's potential from a state of inertia, like how you anew are when you wake up from sound sleep.

A good peaceful sleep enables one to begin de novo day with a domino effect to construct the new fabric of fiscal activity in professional life.

Submitted: January 29, 2022

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Great Article. I like the break down of sleep and the esp also the correlation between,

Sat, January 29th, 2022 5:53am

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