We all know that sleep is important, but what if you could actually work while you sleep?

Sleeping on a problem is one of the best ways to get a new idea. While our body rests, our mind is hard wired to get work done. Brain scans show that the sleeping brain is wildly active, making creative connections. This makes your dreams seem seem weird, but it also can make you wake up with out of the box ideas.

But for most people, sleeping on a problem is kind of hit and miss, and solutions seem to come out of the blue. I think that’s a crying shame.

I believe sleeping on a problem is a life skill that we can all learn. Let me help you surprise yourself with unexpected, usable concepts.

Sleep might, in fact, be your best thinking time.

Do the sleep-on-it program with me

Currently, I am beta testing a sleep-on-it program, where you wake up with a new idea.
If you would like to apply for a test slot, please drop me an email at welcome [at] droomcoach [.] com. (Sorry for the weird format for that email address, it helps me avoid spam. I promise to only use your email address for communicating on this, to help you avoid spam, too.)

Want to get the most from your sleeping brain? Let’s go for it!
A sleep-on-it challenge is done over Zoom.

Hope to talk to you soon,

Nicoline

PS Want to hear a testimonial? Here you go!

 

Want to know more about thinking in your sleep?
Here are some blogs!

Dreaming: the ultimate brainstorm technique
Sleep as late as you want, and solve problems at the same time? Harvard professor Deirdre Barrett’s studies show that sleeping in is an effective brainstorming method. Read more… 

How to Run a Business in your Sleep (podcast)
We all know that sleep is important but let’s take this to the next level. Solve problems, get creative and then get more done during the day too. Listen to the podcast…

Use Scent to Kick Your Brain into High Gear While you Sleep
Scent is a very powerful memory stimulator. The brain’s funny that way. Another interesting thing about the brain: it works super hard during sleep. So, what if we put these two ideas together? A group of Dutch scientists did just that. Read here about the research…

My approach to a dream analysis
In a dream analysis we get the benefits of all this intuitive thinking to the forefront. Together, we unpack your brainstorm and get some insights. Read here a little more about that…

 

Want to know more? Let’s hang out!

on Clubhouse: @nicoline4dreams

on Instagram @thinkinginyoursleep (my DM’s are open)