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Quick Exits and Reducing the Scope of "Everything"

There really are only so many priorities you can have at one time.

One reason I think people--especially people in their twenties who still overestimate their willpower--are seduced by the idea of adopting the Uberman sleep schedule is that they imagine that having twenty hours of wakefulness every day, instead of the usual sixteen or so, will enable to keep all sorts of projects running along at the same time.

I will confess that I have, on a couple of occasions, made very preliminary stabs at the schedule. I don't think they ever lasted past the first day. And having reflected on the whole scheme for a number of years, it's pretty clear that, for all intents and purposes, no one really does this. In all of the Internet, there are only a couple of folks who write about maintaining the schedule for any length of time. And those couple of folks abandoned it, the longest span of using the approach amounting to a couple of years. It's hardly something that has reshaped the overall arc of anyone's life.

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Robert Richardson is the chief nomad at ModeNomad.
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