Sleep to lead – The demands of being a leader would grind any of us down. If you can't find the time to get 7-8 hours of sleep a night, experts recommend a power nap or some form of meditation or mindfulness each day.
Sleep is for losers? – Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer is famous for her long hours put in at work, especially in the many years she worked at Google. She must be part of the 1-2% who don't need much sleep, as she has admitted to not needing more than 4-6 hours of sleep per night.
Afternoon kip – Winston Churchill, though not a long slumberer at night, was an advocate of a long afternoon nap every day.
Nap parties – Napping is one of the most positive ways to enhance your work. "Naps are absolutely for everyone who wants to enhance their performance," said sleep expert Jessica Payne.
Drop the afternoon tea – Caffeine, the drug of choice for so many in the workplace, is a no-no after 2pm if you want a good night's rest, according to experts.
Too busy to sleep – Domestic doyenne Martha Stewart famously admits she doesn't need as much sleep as most of us, getting four hours a night usually.
Love your data – Wearable technology helps many track their sleep. "People love data...and often when they see they slept better than they think, it makes them feel better," says neuroscientist Dr. Tara Swart.
Drink early – Contrary to popular belief that a couple of drinks will help one's sleep, instead Swart advises for every unit of alcohol consumed, there should be one hour of time before you go to sleep.