David, how do I meet deadlines today when I was up all night networking with prospective bros?
Easily: You work through the fatigue. Because working on little-to-no sleep is absolutely essential in today’s economy.
Listen, the 9-to-5 workday is a relic. As are hour-long lunches, smoke breaks, and any other proponent of the milquetoast working class. Good luck finding a job in the global marketplace if you refuse to work nights, weekends, and the high holidays.
Two important truths before we delve into the juicy REM (Really Earth-shattering Motivational) passages of this post:
- There’s always a younger, more vibrant version of you who’s willing to work more hours for less pay. There’s also a version with a less intimidating nose.
- The requisite eight hours recommended by most “sleep scientists” is a scam. Just another excuse for you to lay complacently in bed and not achieve your full potential.
Where are the most valuable resources housed in the human body? In the nutrient-rich dark circles under the eyes. There’s a reason they’re called “Bags.” Because they are stuffed with potential!
— Benjamin Franklin, renowned sleep expert; ex-president
What if there were a way to achieve more while working on less sleep? And what if this insomnia-paneled doorway led to a better you?