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You Want To Be A Billionaire, The Habit Of Successful Billionaire Before You Sleep It Needs To Look For

Written By Hanny Melissa on Saturday, April 14, 2018 | Saturday, April 14, 2018

Maybe we've all read many articles about the habits of successful people who wake up in the morning, and conquer the world while people are still asleep.

But have we ever thought, how the habits of successful people before sleep ..?.

Apparently the successful people, have a productive habit when waking up in the morning, or just before bed.


Here's the flow of successful billionaire travel habits before bedtime:

1.before Sleep Takes Time to Read.
Microsoft CEO Bill Gate is a crazy reader. Every night before bedtime he always took the time to read at least an hour at least.

Books he read quite diverse, ranging from political books or other interesting topics that are famous. In addition to acquiring knowledge, reading consistently every day has been shown to reduce stress and improve one's memory ability.

A study conducted by the University of Essex in 2009 revealed that reading for six minutes a day can reduce stress levels by 68 percent. And another great benefit of reading before bedtime is to improve brain health. Because reading is like a mental exercise for your brain.

Research conducted in the UK shows that people who stimulate the mind by reading, reduce the risk of cognitive decline to 32 percent in old age, compared to people who do not regularly read.

2. Gadgets away from the bed.
One person who does this habit is A. Huffington, after he suffered a head injury he always put his cell phone in another room so as not to disturb his sleep.

Dr. charles Czeisler said, a Harvard Professor of Sleep Medicine explains that the light generated by the mobile phone screen can interfere with the natural sleep rhythm of a person.

So if you want to get a good night's sleep, keep the phone away from your bed, it would be better if you keep it in another room.


3. Before Sleeping The Way Relax.
Buffer boss likes to do casual walking habits before going to bed. he did so with the intention of turning his mind off his work, and trying to cause fatigue. In addition to the benefits for a clear body health, it turns out one study shows that walking can increase one's creativity.

When walking, your mind is not working with passion, the condition can finally open the flow of ideas.

So if you have a complicated problem, and you have not been able to solve it, try doing a leisurely walk at night, because maybe you can find creative solutions to the problem at hand.

4. Thinking or Meditation.
Many experts have long supported the idea of good meditation on a regular basis.

Oprah Winfrey as an example despite having a very busy schedule, he still took the time to meditate before he rested the night.

A study examining 19,000 cases of meditation showed clear results. However, meditation can help reduce stress, excessive anxiety, and depression.

5. Before Sleep, Tomorrow Is Planned.
The American Express owner is very detailed in arranging his time, and he often ends the night by writing down three plans about what he should do or finish the next day.

So when he wakes up the next day, he can start work to complete the most important tasks. There are studies conducted from 1990, showing surprising results.

Researchers followed a group of students from the beginning of the first semester to four years later. They found that students with good time management had higher scores and had greater potential for success than those who did not manage their time. so this article, hopefully inspire for us all ...

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