Get to Sleep
For some business owners, sleep is a privilege. Can your business wait 'til morning?
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Has your bedroom become just an extended version of your office,where you do all the work you couldn't fit in during the day?If you're like many entrepreneurs, you've relegated sleepto the bottom of your priority list, preferring instead to burn themidnight oil on your way to success.
History is full of people like you. Inventor Thomas Edisonreportedly slept just three to four hours a night (though he tookdaytime naps); uber-entrepreneur Martha Stewart gets by on four orfive hours; and Jeff Taylor, founder and CEO of online careercenter Monster.com, sleeps anywhere from two to seven hours a night("Anything less than two hours and I don't bother,"he says).
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