Dream Like a Boss! 5 Things CEOs do Before Bed

If you dream of becoming the boss one day, you need to dream like a boss.

Follow the nighttime rituals of the higher-ups.

Here are five things CEOs do before bed.

It sounds counterintuitive, but a CEO Reader’s Digest spoke with says he sets an alarm for bedtime instead of an alarm for waking up.

That’s because getting yourself to bed on time is key for a good night’s rest.

That’s why he sets his alarm for 30 minutes before he should be in bed.

Since his body is adjusted to this set bedtime, he found he sleeps better and doesn’t need an alarm to wake up.

Another business guru swears by drinking hot water with a spoonful of apple cider vinegar and honey as a sleep aid.

He says he’s out in 20 minutes.

If the idea of vinegar sounds disgusting, grab some milk instead.

Business Insider says many successful people like President Barack Obama and Bill Gates read for at least a half hour before bed.

They pack a gym bag or lay out what they’re going to wear if they’re working out at home.

This helps set you up for a productive day without any excuses.

They make to-do lists instead of letting incomplete tasks fill their dreams at night.

Even if you’re on top of your game at work, write down three things you want to accomplish the next day.

That’s thinking like a boss!

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