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Technology Musk, Zuckerberg, Bezos: These are the strict sleeping, eating and exercising habits of tech billionaires

13:25  28 november  2020
13:25  28 november  2020 Source:   businessinsider.de

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Many of the world’s leading technology billionaires have admitted to having bizarre eating habits and following less-than-healthy diets. Mark Zuckerberg (centre), CEO of Facebook, says he ‘doesn’t like to waste time on small decisions’ so simply eats whatever he feels he wants to eat on the day.

Ashlee Vance, tech author. Yet despite those challenges, a small band of billionaire technocrats have spent the Forget gilded mansions and super yachts; among the tech elite, space exploration is the ultimate status symbol. Spats aside, Musk and Bezos share something else in common: a deep

Musk Zuckerberg Bezos © Provided by Business Insider Germany Musk Zuckerberg Bezos Scott Olson / Getty / Mark J. Terrill / AP / Drew Angerer / Business Insider Composite

The stars of Silicon Valley are definitely a diverse group of people.

Tech billionaires like Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos all have their own rituals that are used to manage their multi-billion dollar empires and keep their bodies and minds healthy. The CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey , has even turned his own lifestyle into something of a cult.

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The eating, sleeping and training habits of the top managers in the tech world range from the extreme - Dorsey eats once a day and almost completely goes without food on the weekend - to the surprisingly mundane : Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos both insist on washing the dishes.

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Both Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett prioritize sleep aiming to get 8 hours per night. Oprah and Jack Dorsey meditate and exercise before starting their He also says he doesn't like wasting time on small decisions which is why he wears pretty much the same outfit everyday. Anastasia Soare is the

Elon Musk : 'I wouldn't exercise at all if I could' — inside his personal wellness routine. Some billionaires , like Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos , rely on seven or eight hours of sleep a " Eating before you go to bed is a real bad idea, and actually negatively affects your sleep ," he said on the podcast.

This article was published by Business Insider in May 2019. It has now been checked and updated again.

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