The Sleepless Elite

Some people can run on little sleep and get so much done. Melinda Beck explains why in the Wall Street Journal:

Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and Leonardo da Vinci were too busy to sleep much, according to historical accounts. Winston Churchill and Thomas Edison came close but they were also fond of taking naps, which may disqualify them as true short sleepers.

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