Great Leaders and Sleep
- Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX: 6 hours (1am — 7am)
- Tim Cook, CEO of Apple: 7 hours (9:30pm — 4:30am)
- Bill Gates, Co-Founder of Microsoft: 7 hours (12am — 7am)
- Richard Branson, Founder of Virgin Group: 5–6 hours (12–5/6am)
- Jack Dorsey, Co-founder of Twitter: 7 hours (10:30pm — 5:30am)
- Tim Armstrong, Chairman and CEO of AOL: 6 hours (11pm — 5am)
- Barack Obama, Former President of the U.S.: 6 hours (1am — 7am)
- Jeff Bezos, Founder & CEO of Amazon.com: 7 hours (10pm — 5am)
- Ellen DeGeneres, TV Host: 8 hours (11pm — 7am)
Amazon's CEO Jeff Bezos: "Eight hours of sleep makes a big difference for me, and I try hard to make that a priority."
Hootsuite's CEO Ryan Holmes: "It's not worth depriving yourself of sleep for an extended period of time, no matter how pressing things may seem."
The proportion of Americans getting no more than six hours a night rose from 22% in 1985 to 29% in 2012 to 42% in 2017.
How many hours do you get? How do you feel during the day? Comment below!