Greg Kelly, Paediatrician, Brisbane

Posted by on Nov 11, 2015 in Power Nap Register |

I am a paediatric intensive care specialist, artist and yoga teacher. I’m very interested in maximising the quality of my life and the lives of others in the broadest possible sense. Not only do I work long and unpredictable hours including nights and weekends but I am required to process lots of information, engage in

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Rebecca Wong, Journalism student, UNSW, Sydney

Posted by on Nov 11, 2015 in Power Nap Register |

As a journalism student at the University of New South Wales, I’d been getting 5 hours sleep if I was lucky. Maybe it was the poor diet, the lack of exercise or the compulsive need to check my phone every five minutes, but I simply couldn’t get to sleep. The impact of not enough sleep

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Betsy Faen, Counsellor, Sydney

Posted by on Jul 14, 2015 in Power Nap Register |

Napping has only become a regular part of my life in the last few years since coming across NapNow. Prior to that I had been afraid to nap, because I have always had trouble sleeping at night, and I didn’t want to do anything that might jeopardize that. As well, I have never been that

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Nigel Hobbs, CEO Welnis Labs, Sydney

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Power Nap Register |

Nigel is a CEO who sleeps on the job and encourages his staff to do so as well. NapNow explores the basis of his personal and professional pro-napping attitude. NapNow: What’s your personal experience of napping? Nigel: I first discovered the power nap about five years ago when I read about the trend starting with tech companies in

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Daniel Turissini, Washington DC

Posted by on Dec 1, 2014 in Power Nap Register |

NapNow speaks to nap-entrepreneur  Daniel Turissini, from his Washington DC office, about the role of napping in his life, and his business napnook. NapNow: What led you to become a napper?  Daniel: My rediscovery of naps came at a steep price: my health. Much of my early educational and corporate success came as a result

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Trevor Satour, Central Coast, NSW.

Posted by on Oct 20, 2014 in Power Nap Register |

"For a number of years now I have been aware of the recuperative and restorative powers of power naps. I have learnt how to nap in the busiest of places, like airport departure lounges, and on public transport and the like. I can nap sitting up or lying down as I often do in my

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