Here Is How Many Hours Of Sleep World Billionaires Get Every Night






Take it from the Big Time Billionaires your sleep is just as important as breathing. The National Sleep Foundation recommends that people between the ages of 18 and 64 get seven to nine hours of sleep. (That's per night for all of you nonstop work fiends).

In reality that doesn't sound possible even for me who screams about it in every article on my blog, with so much workload and stress these days, finding a dinosaur on earth is easier than having enough time to get some zzz.

But, surprisingly some of the worlds richest and brightest men get at least 6 hours of sleep per night and according to them getting enough sleep is the best decision they have ever made.

Here Is How Many Hours Of Sleep World Billionaires Get Every Night


1. Aliko Dangote

African richest man, Aliko Dangote once said in an interview, that one of the reasons for his success was because he spent less time sleeping (just three hours of some shut-eye) and more time working. 

In his own words; 

I believe in hard work and one of my business success secrets is hard work. It’s hard to see a youth that will go to bed by 2am and wake up by 5am. I don’t rest until I achieve something


2. Donald Trump, 3 to 4 hours

Donald Trump once claimed he gets only 3 to 4 hours of sleep, now while that might sound far-fetched, in reality, the US President barely gets some shut-eye. 

Ex-US President Bill Clinton also trod down this path and had so many health problems. He later understood the importance of rest and sleep and admonishes everyone not to neglect it. 


3. Daymond John, 4 hours

According to a tweet by Daymond on his twitter account, successful people don't need much sleep.

He said “‘I don’t sleep enough. But I've never met someone successful who says I wish I slept more.’ @robertherjavec #SharkQuote.”


4. Martha Stewart, 4 hours
Martha Stewart claims she sleeps isn't really important to her although her lifestyle is really exhausting.

She told one interviewer that she wakes up super early so that she has enough time to make breakfast for her chickens, donkeys, and horses.


5. Richard Branson, 6 hours

Unlike the others, the fearless CEO claims he lives a healthy lifestyle by getting enough sleep. He says he wakes up at 5:45 a.m. so that he can pack his day with adventure, family time and the occasional naked kitesurfing expedition.


6. Barack Obama, 6 hours

The 44th president habitually burned the midnight oil, reading briefing papers and writing clear past 2 a.m. more often than not. Writing emails and speeches but still, he ensured that he got at least 6 hours of sleep to keep him going.


7. Elon Musk, 6 hours

Elon Musk is known to be one of the toughest CEOs out there, so tough that even his daily schedule is tough, but still, Mr. Musk claims he gets enough sleep which once again proves how getting enough sleep is really important.



8. Mark Cuban, 6 to 7 hours
Rather than getting just 6 hours, Mark Cuban gets as much as 7 hours of shut-eye per night.

Mark Cuban once told Arianna Huffington that he works hard during the day so he can rest easy at night:

"Before I go to bed, I can put my phone [down] and not worry about having to pick it up in the middle of the night and [I can] just get a good night's sleep."


9. Sheryl Sandberg, 7 hours
The Facebook COO says of her company’s famous nap pods: "We have to acknowledge that not everyone can get the sleep they need. So many people out there, so many single mothers and others, work multiple jobs, and we don't have the safety net we need for people to make sure that they can take care of their own health, and that we help take care of them."


10. Arianna Huffington, 8 hours

Being the author of 2016’s The Sleep Revolution Arianna Huffington chose to lead by examples and makes sure she gets a good night rest above everything else. Among Arianna Huffington's 12 tips for a more rejuvenating rest: “Remember, your bed is for sleep and sex only -- no work!”


11. Jeff Bezos, 8 hours

Bezos once gave the secret of his tireless efforts: rest. "Eight hours of sleep makes a big difference for me, and I try hard to make that a priority. For me, that’s the needed amount to feel energized and excited."

So what's your excuse? Presently Jeff Bezos is the world richest man standing at over $100 billion dollars and he still says that getting enough rest is important for success. 

So there you have it. 

I remain your favorite health blogger, Paul Samuel FitnessDoctor



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