| | Aug 25 | Advice
“Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise,” said Founding Father Benjamin Franklin. Those are pretty big promises just for one's sleeping habits, but Ben is second in esteem among the Founding Fathers only to George Washington in the eyes of many historians and others familiar with Revolutionary times.
As some with a nocturnal lifestyle have put it, “It’s hard to soar like an eagle during the day when you’ve been up at night with the owls.”
Nathan Chai, a “night owl, born and bred,” writes in Success how he turned his hours around:
But recently I developed a skill that showed me the power of being a morning person. And as unbelievable as it feels to write, I now love—OK, that word’s a bit strong...