Originally found at Inc.
Every successful person I know tends to be more charismatic than most; that leadership attribute helps them influence and persuade other people.
Or maybe they just know when they should make important decisions.
...But sleep could also play a role. According to a study published in Academy of Management Journal, bosses who don't get a good night's sleep are less likely to make good decisions the next day. They're less likely to foster engagement and collaboration with and among their teams.
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