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099 Successful women who sleep | Bev Roberts

If you want a quality life you need quality sleep
— Bev Roberts -

The dismissive attitude towards sleep is taking a turn for the better finally; with many highly successful women openly supporting the restorative power of sleep.  You will be in good company when you dump the myth that sleep is a waste of time and prioritise your sleep just like any other goal you value.

Join me in this encore as I explore what these 5 successful women have to say about sleep

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What do these 5 highly Successful Women say about Sleep

Arianna Huffington , Co-founder and Editor in Chief, the Huffington Post Media Group, author “The Sleep Revolution: Transforming Your Life, One Night at a Time”   "Sleep is the ultimate performance enhancer" | Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington, Co-founder and Editor in Chief, the Huffington Post Media Group, author “The Sleep Revolution: Transforming Your Life, One Night at a Time”

"Sleep is the ultimate performance enhancer" | Arianna Huffington

Marie Forleo , creator of MarieTV, founder of B-School (Credit: Eric Michael Pearson)   "Only by renewing our relationship with sleep can we take back control of our lives" | Marie Forleo

Marie Forleo, creator of MarieTV, founder of B-School
(Credit: Eric Michael Pearson)

"Only by renewing our relationship with sleep can we take back control of our lives" | Marie Forleo

Sheryl Sandberg , Facebook Chief Operating Officer and author “Lean In"   "Sometimes we need to sleep in to lean in" | Sheryl Sandberg

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook Chief Operating Officer and author “Lean In"

"Sometimes we need to sleep in to lean in" | Sheryl Sandberg

Judith Curr , President, Publisher and founder of Atria Books, a division of Simon and Schuster Inc   "It's about what you do when you are awake that counts, not how long you are awake" | Judith Curr

Judith Curr, President, Publisher and founder of Atria Books, a division of Simon and Schuster Inc

"It's about what you do when you are awake that counts, not how long you are awake" | Judith Curr

Jayne-Anne Gadhia , Chief Executive Virgin Money   "I try to be in bed by 10.30pm. And I always sleep like a log! I need and get about eight hours a night" | Jayne-Anne Gadhia

Jayne-Anne Gadhia, Chief Executive Virgin Money

"I try to be in bed by 10.30pm. And I always sleep like a log! I need and get about eight hours a night" | Jayne-Anne Gadhia

Change the status quo

Have you got to the point where something has to change because you're so exhausted?

Yes you can

👉 challenge the idea that you get your best ideas late at night.

👉 make a choice about what time you will go to bed.

👉 decide what you do in the 30 – 60 minutes before bed.

It’s all in your control.

Let’s chat about how I can help you to understand and address the unhelpful patterns you are experiencing.

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080 Sleep and your hormones | Dr Stacy Mobley

Choice number one is that you deserve to feel well and you deserve to have your health intact as well as a thriving business. You do not have to choose between the two. And then you’re going to make a choice to make yourself a priority because you are the centre of your business
— Dr Stacy Mobley -

A Licensed Naturopathic Doctor, Certified Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor and Certified Divine Living Coach, Dr Stacy Mobley is on a mission to help go-getter women bypass burnout, having supported more than 15,000 patients to get back into a state of harmony and equilibrium.

We explore the intricate relationship between sleep and the hormonal systems and you may be surprised at the cascade of effects that a sleep deficit has on the hormones and our body. I concur with Stacy that we are humans, not robots and we need sleep to regenerate.

It’s like putting a band aid on health issues when we don’t have the fundamentals like sleep hygiene and restful sleep right. You can’t always treat what’s showing symptoms because it may not be the core of the issue.

Get these and other essential insights from a conversation with Dr Stacy Mobley.

We Spoke About

  • Dr Mobley’s journey with anxiety and stress

  • Sleep is the key to health

  • The intricate relationship between sleep and the hormonal systems

  • The cascade effect of sleep deficit

  • Dr Mobley’s recommendations for restorative sleep

  • Why sometimes tough love is the key to our wellbeing

  • Dr Mobley’s tips for Living Fabulously

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Episode Links

You can find Dr Stacy Mobley at:

Website: http://www.drstacymobley.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drstacymobley

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079 Sleep for your body type | Kate Arthy

Understand when you need rest and relaxation and the rhythm that your body needs to move at so you won’t be putting your body under so much stress
— Kate Arthy -

The gorgeous Kate Arthy from Lifestyle Artists talks about her recovery from Hashimotos Thyroiditis and how her solution has become a passion using the power of epigenetics.

Find out how even if your mother or father have what could be an inherited genetic problem that this pathway does not necessarily mean it's yours.

When you look at your body in the mirror, what shape do you see? Your body will fall into one of the three typical body shapes: Ectomorph, Mesomorph and Endomorph.

Kate shares how each of these body types have nuances around their sleep and  practical strategies for each body type. 

Get these and other essential insights from a conversation with Kate Arthy.

We Spoke About

  • Kate's journey of holding hope

  • Understanding individual health needs

  • What epigenetics is and why it's important

  • Contribution of genes vs. environment and lifestyle factors

  • Different body types and their need for sleep

  • Sleep strategies for each body type

  • Kate's tips for Living Fabulously

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Until next time fabulous podcast listener, I’m Bev and I invite you to live the fab life with me now!

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Episode Links

You can find Kate Arthy at:

Website: http://www.lifestyleartists.com.au/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lifestyleartists/

Purchase your book: 'Hope in a Dark Tunnel'