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Up All Night

Trade the joys of entrepreneurship for a night of restful sleep? Never.

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This story appears in the January 1996 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

OH, NO.

The alarm clock says 3:20 a.m. In four hours, I'm supposed to make a major presentation to a new client, and here I am wide awake. My head has been spinning with anxiety, mild vertigo and wild dreams since I laid it on the pillow three hours ago. If I don't get some sleep, I'm going to feel like day-old Cream of Wheat when I crawl out of bed at six. How will I ever be able to sell the capabilities of my small editorial services company? I'll barely be able to mutter my own name.

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