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10 Different Famous People's Nightly Routine
Obama stays up late: he says he holds conference calls sometimes at 11pm, does paperwork or reads.
Benjamin Franklin sought improvement: before bed he always asked himself "what good have I accomplished today?" He believed it led him to moral perfection.
Sheryl Sandburg (Facebook COO): turns her phone off at night. "It's painful, but better to not be woken up at night."
Winston Churchill: secretly a party animal. His ritual included a short nap, a bath and drinks well past midnight. Due to his sporadic schedule, the British prime minister was said to hold war cabinet meetings in the bath.
Stephen king: a little OCD ritual. He always washed his hands and made sure his pillows faced a certain way. He confesses to not knowing why, he just believes "the open side of the pillow case is supposed to be pointed in toward the other side of the bed."
Arianna huffington: only reads actual books before bed; no kindle, laptops, iPads etc.
Michael Lewis: likes to write between the hours of 7pm and 4am. He says it makes him feel ahead of schedule "doing tomorrow's work tonight" and not being interrupted.
Keval desai: works at night. He prefers to pick one project at night and doesn't go to bed until it's finished.
Kate white (former Cosmo editor): prefers to write standing in the kitchen. White works on her fiction writing in the early mornings and her magazine editing and blogging at night. She explains that it's part of her method to stay awake; the espresso and keeping the tv on is the other part.
Kenneth Chennault (CEO of American Express): writes down 3 things he wants to accomplish the next day. This helps him prioritize the next morning.