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Follow a sleep routine says Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett

Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett recommend following a bedtime routine to become more productive and efficient.

If you want to become perfect in something, the best way to do that is to follow experts in that niche. Businesses and entrepreneurship are no less. To be successful, you need to observe closely the methods and tactics that have made successful businessmen famous, and following the footsteps of Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett would be a smart choice.

Founders and entrepreneurs are no newcomers to pulling all-nighters, particularly on the eve of a major presentation or an investor gathering. Good night’s sleep is something experts, including Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett recommend for better performance & success. Lack of sleep impairs the most crucial skill of the entrepreneur, which is decision making. It can even interrupt your memory and concentration, and it is not what you would like to experience an adverse effect on your sleep routine.

Many of us think that pulling all night over, working for 18 hours a day are signs of being workaholic, and people who want to be successful should work for maximum hours of the day. However, the reality is somewhat different. Working for long hours and being sleep deprived can affect your mental peace, performance, and efficiency. The overall impact of this sleep loss appears to be contributing to a less productive workforce.

As per American Academy of Sleep Medicine, healthy adults should have at least seven hours of sleep at night, with a maximum length of between seven and eight hours. Quoting from Professor Vicki Culpin’s The Wake-Up Call: The Importance of Sleep in Organizational Life:

It is common for managers and colleagues to look at a lack of focus or motivation, irritability, and bad decision making as being caused by poor training, organizational politics, or the work environment. The answer could be much simpler – a lack of sleep.

Millennials who are aspiring entrepreneurs follow exceptional business minds like Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett. Therefore, they should also know that all three of them take an adequate amount of sleep required by the human body and brain to function optimally.

Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett are famous leaders and billionaires. Other than sleeping habits, despite being very busy, they set aside at least an hour a day (or five hours a week) over their professional lifetime for tasks that may be categorized as meaningful preparation or learning.

Bill Gates reads for one hour before going to bed and on an average reads 50 books a year while Warren Buffett likes to invest five to six hours a day reading five newspapers and 500 pages of corporate reports. According to Jeff Bezos, known as a sleep advocate, having an adequate amount of rest makes him remain calm during the day, improves his productivity, and boosts his decision-making skills.

I used to work all night in the office, but it’s been quite a while since I lived on catnap. I like to get seven hours of sleep a night because that’s what I need to stay sharp and creative and upbeat. – said Bill Gates

It is evident that a sound sleep pattern, including a bedtime routine that fits an individual, is the safest path to a smooth, consistent, and profitable work cycle and maintains constant energy throughout your work sessions.

As per Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffet, sound sleep, night after night, saves you from committing significant mistakes. Yet it also provides strength to your imagination.

Niharika Mahendra
Niharika Mahendra
Niharika always had a passion for writing, which made her choose content writing as her career. She is also a marketer by profession. She loves nature, and the mountains never cease to amaze her.
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