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Everyone wants to earn lots of money. Most people want to work at home for yourself and free from boss. You need to start from somewhere step by step. Hmmm… how about start off by being a part-time webmaster developing a hobby website of your interest. Never ever think of milking the money from the site first. Think of HOW you can provide for your visitors. At this point of time, you must be thinking i will be providing some sort of guide to start newbie off being a webmaster. No 😀

Anyone of you ever experience the Not-Enough-Time syndrome especially for part-time webmaster with full-time job? I DID. 2 years back when i was managing just a few of my personal hobby sites (2 game sites, 1 forum and a few mini sites) and also working as a full-time programmer. I totally suffering from the Not-Enough-Time syndrome. Everyday after work, i will always dozed off in front of my computer after finished doing site administration, check all new posts of my forum, clearing of mailbox. There is no time for site development, no time for site marketing and i only sleep 3-4 hours daily.

Polyphasic Sleep

There was one day, I couldn’t take it. I googled… “sleep 3 hours daily” to see if there is anyone doing the same thing 😀 I stumble upon the term … Polyphasic Sleep. I was amazed that there is a technique to “increase” your time! Some people even call it “Hacking Sleep“.

Polyphasic Sleep is a term used to describe sleep patterns intended to reduce sleeping time to 2–6 hours daily in order to achieve a better quality of sleep, hence, you will have more non-sleeping time to do more stuff. Even an additional 2 hours daily can do alot more stuff than you know. Attributed polyphasic sleepers of famous people.

Well, till now i have not yet try out Polyphasic Sleep even though this idea still lingers in my mind since 2 years ago. Imagine the extra hours gained daily to do more site developments and marketing, doing more link exchange, visit more webmaster forums and more time to read fellow webmasters’ blog. This is so tempting.


Category: Neon Zone
Article posted by: Neon on September 26th, 2007



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Sep 26 2007 at 5:49 pm

[…] Well, till now i have not yet try out Polyphasic Sleep even though this idea still lingers in my mind since 2 years ago. Imagine the extra hours gained daily to do more site developments and marketing, doing more link exchange, visit more webmaster forums and more time to read fellow webmasters’ blog. This is so tempting. Add your comment! […]

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Sep 26 2007 at 9:02 pm

Thanks for the recommendation. I’ve been trying to figure out how to get better sleep for a while now.

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Sep 26 2007 at 10:31 pm

[…] Well, till now i have not yet try out Polyphasic Sleep even though this idea still lingers in my mind since 2 years ago. Imagine the extra hours gained daily to do more site developments and marketing, doing more link exchange, visit more webmaster forums and more time to read fellow webmasters’ blog. This is so tempting. Add your comment! […]

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Sep 27 2007 at 5:39 am

[…] pnreddy1 wrote an interesting post today!.Here’s a quick excerptPolyphasic Sleep is a term used to describe sleep patterns intended to reduce sleeping time to 2–6 hours daily in order to achieve a better quality of sleep, hence, you will have more non-sleeping time to do more stuff. … […]

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Comment by TextAdSearch
Sep 27 2007 at 12:10 pm

The problem with these sleep patterns are that they are only workable if you are single, have no kids and work from home with no other commitments.

The idea in theory is good but us homosapiens just love to sleep when its dark (with maybe a little nap when it’s light outside :)

There was a news story recently here in the UK that said if you have less than 7 hours sleep a day it will make you ill. It also said if you have more than 7 hours it has the same effect.

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Comment by Webworm
Sep 28 2007 at 4:09 am

Absolutely agree with TextAdSearch. Once you have kids, the situation even worst.

Not enough sleep…i would like to add in “quality”.

Years back. Someone told me. You must sleep enough. You will have to pay back from your life…

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Comment by Tim Spangler
Oct 14 2007 at 4:43 pm

Sleep less, work more?

I’ll pass. The idea should be to work less and sleep more…but still have a handsome passive income rolling in while you snooze. :)

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Comment by Neon
Oct 15 2007 at 5:16 pm

Before we reach the stage of earning good passive income and work less, we have to work our butt off with the limited amount of time 😀

But… yeah..hahahaha… personally i dont think i will try.

 
 
Comment by Jimson Lee
Oct 24 2007 at 3:29 pm

1) As a Track coach, I can say “part-time work produces part-time results”. If you want to succeed, you have to do it full time.

2) The Polyphasic sleep experiment was covered in detail on StevePavlina.com. A very interesting read, indeed!

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