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Hello, this is Richard Jacobs with the good nights sleep project podcast. I wanted to talk to you today about feeling good versus not feeling good and why it's important to feel good. So I'm going to say some obvious stuff here but still should have a big impact on you in a year and so even if it's obvious, please don't discount that. Listen, but it happens when you don't feel good. When you haven't slept well. You feel irritable and you have brain fog, you're tired, grumpy. Well, what I've found is it affects all my relationships with my wife, with my kids, with coworkers, with friends, going to Starbucks and asking for a coffee. I'm mean to people and I don't feel good. I'm grumpy, I'm short-tempered with them. All my relationships suffer and I think if you think about it, probably the same happens to you.
Maybe you're not a grumpy guy like me, maybe like a real friendly, happy go lucky person, but anyone that doesn't feel good is going to act out and their relationships will suffer and this can leave. You don't watch out two years, months or years of relationships getting damaged sometimes to the point where it gets to divorce or someone walks out on you or a friend or talks to you or a business deal falls apart on you. All these things can happen just because you don't feel good and obviously not feeling good means that health problems are coming. They may not come immediately, but they're coming to trust me, so you want to feel good. What's one way that you can do that and how can I help people like you to do that? Well, one way is to sleep on a custom-tailored pillow that's contours your body and your measurements and it's comfortable and when you lay on it you say, ah, well this feels pretty good and consequently you fall asleep faster, you stay asleep longer, you wake up less and you wake up feeling more refreshed.
Perhaps your neck pain or shoulder or back pain if you have, it goes away. If you snore, maybe your snoring gets quiet or goes away completely. Some customers have said that if you have sleep apnea and you're waking up a hundred times a night, maybe you only wake up 60 times a night and you feel better or 30 times a night. These are some of the results that we've heard from customers and it makes me feel great to hear that. And again, the overall goal here is everyone's got seven nights a week to sleep and seven chances to feel good are not good. So where do you fall? Do you feel good every day when you wake up? Are you good seven for seven?
Do you never feel good when you wake up? How can I get you one more night, a week of good sleep if possible? If you get four nights a week of good sleep, going to get you to five, going to get you to six with this pillow, maybe even seven. If you only get one good night or no good, it's going to get you to one, just one good night, a week or two. It'll make a big difference in your life, and that's the whole goal here at the good night's sleep project and that's why I do this. I do it to make money, but I do it to help people and to make them feel better and nothing makes me feel happier when someone feels better and their life improves and their relationships improve and hopefully their health is improving.
So if you have any stories that please share them with us. We call them bedtime stories. I'm going to be sharing more of mine as this podcast goes on and through customer testimonials and all that on the website. But I encourage you to share yours. You could submit them, just send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or just contact us however you'd like to do it, but least share your bedtime story. I want to hear it if you're having problems, share it. If you're feeling better now because of the pillow or because there's something else you did, please share it. Cause, as I said, these stories are inspirational and helpful to everyone that hears them so people know they're not alone and people know it's possible to improve their sleep, their health, and their relationships in their life. So it's email@example.com