With all the talk of the work-around-the-clock schedules, I might be revealing too much with this, but: I sleep.
Approximately 7-8 hours per night.
I don’t function well without sleep, and I don’t recommend trying. It always fails for me.
Kobe Bryant once said that he only needs 4 hours of sleep per night. I always wished that I required less sleep, but it just doesn’t work.
In the article cited above, the author interprets Kobe’s low sleep requirement as a sacrifice for greatness. Wrong. We all have different sleep requirements, but most of us need about 7-9 hours per night.
Sleeping isn’t a sign of weakness, or a lack of commitment. It’s part of the work we do to be our best.
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