Feb 19, 2019
When it comes to life changing people there are only a handful that
in my life that I would say have REALLY changed my way of thinking
and changed my entire outlook on a certain area of
This guy is DEFINITELY one of them.
And exactly why he is on the podcast for the 2nd time. He is
that good at what he does (the best in the world is pretty good I
would say) and he literally has the power with his knowledge to
change your life today. And this podcast alone revamped my thinking
once again on one of the most important aspects in all of life,
literally without it we can't function. Sleep.
Game of Lifers welcome back the legend of sleep, someone who I am
blessed to be able to call a very good friend of mine - Nick
Nick has devoted his life to figuring out how to get the optimal
sleep (which you will find out exactly how on this episode) but has
made sleep coaching a term that didn't even exist ten years ago. He
is the absolute definition of a 1%-er. Someone who not only made
their passion their career but made their passion a movement for a
MUCH BIGGER PURPOSE.
Nick has coached the best of the best - Gold medal winning olympic
athletes, Manchester United Soccer, high achieving fortune 500
CEO's, and many many more.
In this episode of the Game of Life podcast you are about to learn
multiple things that will not only help you get better sleep each
and every night but will also shift your entire mindset on
Get ready, cuz this episode is a GAME CHANGER! Buckle up,
Nick Littlehales, here we gooooo....
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