A PEACEFUL NIGHT'S REST

What keeps you awake at night? Excitement? Is your mind churning like the wheels of a racing locomotive—making plans, making plans, making plans? Or does your thinking more closely resemble a cow chewing its cud, slowly rehashing regrettable events? Or perhaps you're fretting about the future, or ping-ponging back and forth with indecision?

Years ago, when starting an exciting but demanding new job, I was plagued with insomnia. I managed to snag some hours of sleep each night, but far fewer than normal. It seemed like every time I checked the clock, another hour had clicked by. But during those long wakeful hours, over many weeks, I discovered valuable lessons.

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