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Arianna Huffington
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Founder of The Huffington Post, Founder and CEO of Thrive Global
Founder of The Huffington Post, Founder and CEO of Thrive Global

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2. Develop a mantra. 

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In the Boston College Center for Work & Family’s 2015 report, 94% of the 1,100 surveyed Millennials rated work/life balance as “important” or “extremely important.” 

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"Getting enough sleep makes us better family members, friends, lovers, drivers, writers, cooks and pretty much everything else that is of importance in our lives." 

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What actually makes you excited to go to work in the morning?

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The smart choice is to think of well-being as a marathon, not a sprint. We should prioritize it every day rather than working ourselves to exhaustion because there’s a day off at the end of the tunnel. 

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Judges who are even slightly sleep deprived hand out longer sentences, according to a recent study published in the journal Psychological Science. 

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Last week I went to see the new hit Broadway musical “Dear Evan Hansen.” And like all great works of art, it stayed with me and made me think. 

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"This is, in many ways, the golden age of sleep science, but Trump’s retro attitude amounts to a sleep superstition that needs to be countered by the scientific community. Whether one supports President Trump or not, it’s in everybody’s interest — it’s in our national security’s interest — that he begins to get more sleep.” 

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Tony Robbins: "Your true character is revealed in the details, in the seemingly trivial things. And it’s what we say and what we do when we act from our core self that really matters." 

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Alex Soojung-Kim Pang, Ph.D.: "But lots of really creative people turn out not to live quite that way: their days don’t consist of juggling work and family. Their work-life balance plays out much more slowly, over seasons or years. During some periods, family clearly has priority; in others, work is the most important thing in their lives." 
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