If the most successful people start their days at 4 a.m., then I question just how successful they actually are.
I keep reading articles about how rich people start their days super early in the morning, and it usually just makes me think that I’ve got a much better life than them.
For me, a successful day is one that includes a nap, time to read, or maybe the opportunity to lie in bed and watch television. It certainly doesn’t involve getting up at 4 a.m. to work on reports or spreadsheets. In fact, the only spreadsheets I want to see at 4 a.m. are bed spreads and fitted sheets (not top sheets). Continue reading “Highly successful people need to get more sleep”