Bill Gates (CEO, Microsoft) – Bill Gates, dubbed the richest man in the world according to Forbes Billionaires list. He reads for an hour almost every night before going to bed, no matter how late he gets home. One of the topics that have consistently sustained his reading habit is business related issues, which Bill Gates uses to assess changes in the market (no surprise there right). He also read about politics and healthcare.
Joel Gascoigne (CEO, Buffer) – Walking for twenty minutes every evening. During his walk, Joel Gascoigne assesses his work day, analyses his greatest challenges, and then, he will slowly stop thinking about work when the shadow of tiredness takes over his body.
Arianna Huffington (Founder, Huffington Post) – At nights Arianna Huffington disconnects from the world of technology by turning off all her electronic devices. Then, she dissolves the stress from her work day by taking a hot bath. Arianna Huffington pulls the shutters on her day wearing her pajamas while she reads a physical book.
Kenneth Chenault (CEO, American Express) – Kenneth Chenault gets a head start to his days by setting goals for three things he wants to achieve every night before he goes to bed.
Oprah Winfrey (Business Woman and Media Mogul) – Oprah Winfrey ends her days just as how she starts them. She meditates twice per day, once in the mornings, and once in the evenings.