The Efficient Coach

Dr. Meeta Singh on How Sleep Can Make You a Better Coach

May 14, 2020 Marcus Walfridson Season 1 Episode 14
The Efficient Coach
Dr. Meeta Singh on How Sleep Can Make You a Better Coach
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The Efficient Coach
Dr. Meeta Singh on How Sleep Can Make You a Better Coach
May 14, 2020 Season 1 Episode 14
Marcus Walfridson

In this conversation Dr. Meeta Singh shares why the current culture in coaching is actually making coaches worse, and what you can do to avoid being part of that. Sleep is something that can be difficult for you to get enough, especially with all the travel required within coaching. 

Dr. Singh is the Service Chief of sleep medicine, Section Head and Medical Director at the Henry Ford sleep center in Michigan. She has served as a consultant for multiple NFL, MLB, NHL and NBA teams. In addition to college sports teams, large organizations, and CEO’s who are aiming for success.

This session will give you more knowledge about what happens when you don’t get enough sleep, how to improve your sleep quality, and how to mitigate the problems that arise when you travel. We focus a great deal on why sleep is important for coaches, how you can improve your sleep to become a better coach.

Listen to this session if you want to get a competitive advantage using one of the most simple efficiency hacks out there, sleep.

Book Tips:
Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams (Mathew Walker PhD) - https://amzn.to/3fpbhWv
Game Changers (Fergus Connolly) - https://amzn.to/3a9A0dW

Connect with Dr. Meeta Singh

Website: meetasinghmd.com
LinkedIn: Meeta Singh MD
Twitter: @athletesleepmd1
Instagram: @athletesleepmd

Discuss this episode in the Efficient Coaches Tribe on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/coachestribe

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Show Notes

In this conversation Dr. Meeta Singh shares why the current culture in coaching is actually making coaches worse, and what you can do to avoid being part of that. Sleep is something that can be difficult for you to get enough, especially with all the travel required within coaching. 

Dr. Singh is the Service Chief of sleep medicine, Section Head and Medical Director at the Henry Ford sleep center in Michigan. She has served as a consultant for multiple NFL, MLB, NHL and NBA teams. In addition to college sports teams, large organizations, and CEO’s who are aiming for success.

This session will give you more knowledge about what happens when you don’t get enough sleep, how to improve your sleep quality, and how to mitigate the problems that arise when you travel. We focus a great deal on why sleep is important for coaches, how you can improve your sleep to become a better coach.

Listen to this session if you want to get a competitive advantage using one of the most simple efficiency hacks out there, sleep.

Book Tips:
Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams (Mathew Walker PhD) - https://amzn.to/3fpbhWv
Game Changers (Fergus Connolly) - https://amzn.to/3a9A0dW

Connect with Dr. Meeta Singh

Website: meetasinghmd.com
LinkedIn: Meeta Singh MD
Twitter: @athletesleepmd1
Instagram: @athletesleepmd

Discuss this episode in the Efficient Coaches Tribe on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/coachestribe

#### Get The Efficient Coach eBook WHAT TO COACH? - How To Make Better Choices With The Time You Have on Amazon ####

*****

Follow The Efficient Coach on Social Media:

Twitter

Facebook

Instagram

If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests to come on the show.

For show notes and past episodes, please visit podcast.thefficient.coach.

Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Send an e-mail to team@theefficient.coach