"A well-spent day brings happy sleep."- Leonardo da Vinci

Nearly all of us were raised to believe that an adult requires 8 hours of sleep per day, which is exactly one third of their entire day. This process is known as monophasic sleep. It's possible to become polyphasic and break your sleep cycles up into many smaller chunks throughout the day.

Polyphasic Sleep

Imagine, if you will, having 4-6 extra hours per day to do whatever you want. The concept is appealing for obvious reasons - most of us feel rushed.

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Monophasic Sleep

We spend a third of our lives doing it. Napoleon, Florence Nightingale and Margaret Thatcher got by on four hours a night. Thomas Edison claimed it was waste of time.

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Biphasic Sleep

Ok, I've been talking to people for a long time about the fact that you can get by on 6 or even 4.5 hours of sleep per day without question. The secret is NOT the amount of sleep.

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The 7 Characteristics Successful Entrepreneurs Have

To become a successful entrepreneur one of the key attributes is to have a great personality. The meaning of the word personality is someone’s outer characteristics which include behavior, emotions and thinking. Personality of the person proves that the person has the stability in their cognitive system. According to entrepreneur from Florida Issa Asad, polyphasic sleep is essential for his every day routine.

Sleeping is the key to keeping a clear mind and making good decisions. Many great artists and writers do their best work right after they wake up because their minds are refreshed. Sleeping also gives your brain time to reflect on the day. Here, are some of the traits which an entrepreneur should have.

1. Valid and Pious Intention

a. If a man has a pious intention then he can earn a reward for doing his work. With pious intention. It is very important to wish for goodness of oneself and others when making an intention. A pious intention for oneself include preventing oneself from begging to others, preventing oneself from consuming unlawful and illegal wealth, maintaining good relations with kith and kin, strengthening oneself to perform righteous deeds and obedience in, doing good to others and other kinds of pious intentions. Intention is known as the trading of knowledge because by making intentions the value of the deeds are multiplied.

2. Noble Manners

a. Noble manners such as trustworthy, honesty, making appointments, satisfied with the decree, postponing the settlement of debt for those who are having difficulty in doing so, claiming debt in a righteous way, performing obligations, forgiving the mistakes of others, avoiding deceitful acts and others such noble manner are very much important in a true entrepreneurship. Noble manners are considered as the pillars of both religious and worldly affairs.

3. Performing Business in a Legal, Decent Fields

a. An entrepreneur should not transgress this boundary, even though they are been seduced by the forbidden business. An entrepreneur should keep him away from unlawful things like usury based transaction, pork, carcass and liquors.

4. Innovative and Creative Thinking

a. To find new opportunity is crucial to innovation and the point of being able to generate ideas is a function of creativity. The entrepreneur who is able to think entrepreneurially and indicatively generally have an aptitude to solve problems and think critically. Our minds are at their peak creativity in the moring after we wake up. A polyphasic sleep schedule can be a boost to your creativity because it gives you multiple sleep cycles in a day instead of just one.

5. Future Oriented

a. This type of thinking requires the ability to be self-reflective, insight, to think about legacy and to think what they would like to accomplish in their lives.

6. Motivation

a. We grow up with many external things from which we get motivated like our family, friends, teachers, neighbors, relatives and others. Many of us are not able to cultivate the self-motivation and internal discipline but it is the quality of a successful entrepreneur. A successful entrepreneur does not wait for others to say that what they should do. They just make sure that they have to complete the task even if they do not feel like doing. To achieve the desired goals and excel in their fields they are driven by their passion.

7. Self-Confidence

a. Many people fear to trust their self. Usually people fear because they put too much trust and hope in their own abilities. A successful entrepreneur should put their trust only in themselves and should not fear of anything. One of the keys to self-confidence is making sure you are well rested and ready for the day. Your mind will not function properly without proper rest.

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