Sleep Your Way to Success

Sleep Your Way to Success

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Indeed it would be a wonderful world if all we did was eat and sleep. The author is telling us you can sleep your way to success in another sense, that study, or hard work is not about spending sleepless nights on a project, it's about working smarter. In this pocket book, the author with a tinge of humour guides the reader on the tactics of successful study techniques, what to do and what not to do. This booklet was conceived by numerous requests that the author as a parent and doctor with an interest in psychology received from panicky exam facing students for help. The insights shared are borne out of his personal experiences and partly from his own research during his illustrious career. It's a booklet you will not like to leave behind as a companion as you embark on any study of any materialshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 128.52 x 198.37 x 2.29mm | 90.72g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507543468
  • 9781507543467

About Dr Teddy Andrew Mulenga

Dr Teddy Andrew Mulenga was born in 1958 in Kasama, Zambia. He had a humble poor beginning. He lost his father barely he was barely ten and his non working mom had to find ingenious means to keep the family from drowning- she sold sweeping brooms! He is a product of Zambia's premier Secondary Technical School of Hillcrest, in Livingstone Among his peers are Dr Nevers Mumba, former vice President of Zambia and former Zambian ambassador to Canada, with who he shared a classroom. His pursuit of knowledge took him from the " ruins'' of University of Zambia to the then soviet union, where he graduated in medicine in the yr 1988, after sharing a room with Dr. Joseph Katema, later to become a minister in Sata's government. Dr Mulenga, who speaks better Russian than English, prides himself in speaking other Zambian local languages. He has widely travelled throughout Europe and Africa. He is an avid reader and chess player. He spent more than twenty of his youthful days working as an expatriate doctor in Selebi -Phikwe, Botswana, where he ended up being a medical superintended in two very well known hospitals. He is currently staying in the tourist capital of Zambia, Livingstone, a stones throw from the might Victoria Falls, His first book the Sceptic is arguably Zambia's most controversial book. He followed this with yet another interesting nonfiction book, '' Life's pitfalls.'' This is his third book. His fourth is in print titled ''confessions of a doctorshow more