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  • Thrive Global wants workers to sleep better
  • Thrive Global wants workers to sleep better
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Thrive Global wants workers to sleep better

Science suggests that the most productive thing you can do for your working day is go to bed. And media master Arianna Huffington is shouting this message from the rooftops in her bestseller-cum-business venture, Thrive Global. It’s looking to leverage sleep cycles in the name of higher productivity.

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