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Why This Harvard Business School Professor Is Telling CEOs to Get More Sleep

"If you start with productivity, it’s really got to start with the behavior of the CEO."

Bill George, a senior fellow at Harvard Business School, stopped by Thrive Global to talk about the benefits of meditation, why he needs to sleep eight hours every night, and why he thinks other CEOs should too.

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