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Corporate Sleep Boot Camp


Rob, former Navy SEAL, UCSD M.B.A. and Sleep Scientist, will come to your place of business and host a workshop on sleep and how to optimize performance.

Learn how sleep habits affect the profitability of a company.

Discover insurance incentive programs for sleep you can capitalize on today.

Improve job performance and efficiency with your staff.

Reduce sick days and low engagement.

Create a better work life balance.

Learn from the best to be the best.

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A Stoic Approach to Sleep

No more complaining. Time to perform in the top 1%.

Stop making excuses why your organization can't do better. Improve profitability and job satisfaction simultaneously. Learn from the best to be the best. Gain techniques that your staff will be able to use forever. Only select organizations will be approved.

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Sleep Facts

At a national level, up to 3 per cent of GDP is lost due to lack of sleep, and an increase in sleep could add billions of dollars to a country's economy.

Sleep deprivation is linked to lower productivity at work, which results in a significant amount of working days being lost each year.

Poor sleep leads to decreased productivity, more mistakes, and emotional instability.

Scientists have found that sleep deprivation impairs this ability to focus attention selectively.

One study has shown that a good night’s sleep leads to new insights: participants who enjoyed one were twice as likely as those who didn’t to discover a hidden shortcut in a task.

Sleep has been shown to improve decision making for tasks that mimic real life, such as complex cognitive–emotional ones which integrate emotional responses by involving financial rewards and punishments.

Recent studies have shown that people who have not had enough sleep are less likely to fully trust someone else, and another experiment has demonstrated that employees feel less engaged with their work when their leaders have had a bad night of sleep.

More about Rob

Since Rob left the SEAL teams, he has dedicated his life to the service of others. After losing his friend, Ryan Larkin, to suicide, he committed himself to the study of sleep and human performance. 

Robert's ability to listen and understand each person's problems sets him apart from all other people. He is a world class coach who has the most effective approach to improving sleep. Read one of Rob's first papers on sleep in graduate school.

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