Can you really be successful on four hours' a night sleep?
Yahoo News - about 1 month
Following Donald Trump recent annual medical assessment, his doctor proudly proclaimed the president scored perfectly in his cognitive tests and only needs four to five hours of sleep a night. ‘He’s just one of those people, I think, that just does not require a lot of sleep,’ said his White House physician, U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson, adding: ‘He’s probably been that way his whole life. That’s why he’s been successful.’ Trump, of course, is not the only world leader known for getting by on little sleep. Former prime minister Margaret Thatcher was known for sleeping four hours a night; in 2016 the New York Times reported then-President Obama slept for five hours, as did Bill Clinton who, during his presidency, was known for calling staff well into the early hours. Outside of government, Apple CEO Tim Cook wakes at 3.45am and US Vogue editor Dame Anna Wintour arrives at her New York tennis club before 6am. The Wall Street Journal once dubbed these types the ‘sleepless elite’...
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