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How to Stop Sabotaging Your Sleep

Step one: fake the sunset

Photo by Ahmet Ali Ağır on Unsplash

Co-authored with Jake Knapp

According to a 2016 study by the University of Michigan, Americans spend around eight hours in bed every night, as do folks in Britain, France, and Canada. But despite what seems like a decent amount of time in bed, most of us still don’t get enough sleep. What the heck? Sleep quality is more important than…




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John Zeratsky

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Supporting startups with capital and sprints. Co-founder and general partner at Character. Author of Sprint and Make Time. Former partner at GV.

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