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Why America's Top Bosses Love Sleep and Meditation
by Beth Kowitt
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7 May 2017
On 7 May 2017 Fortune reported: Barry Sommers, CEO of Wealth Management at J.P. Morgan Chase, took his health into his own hands a decade ago after someone he'd known personally and professionally for 30 years started doing Transcendental Meditation. ''It transformed this person's life,'' he said. ''I saw a different person.'' It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the fields of health and management.
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Sommers now has been doing Transcendental Meditation 20 minutes two times a day for a decade. And he prioritizes sleep, getting seven and a half to eight hours every night. ''I changed my schedule and lifestyle,'' he said. ''When I do a dinner, we'll be at the restaurant at 5pm, not at 8pm.'' He said his kids make fun of it, but he wakes up every morning ''incredibly happy.''
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