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  • well ever needed to make a cupcake spreadsheet or relieve stress by soaking your feet in the toilet bowl.

  • Weird.

  • Yeah, some common habits of the rich and famous.

  • Also, yes.

  • Hey, maybe these odd rituals are the key to their success, and you'll want to try them, too.

  • During his company launch stage, Elon Musk was working 100 hours a week and running on eight cans of Diet Coke and two cups of coffee a day.

  • He's since cut down quite a bit, but the Space ex CEO is still guilty of skipping breakfast on days he doesn't His first meal has to be a Mars candy bar.

  • Yep, the guy must really like Mars.

  • Jeff Bezos, however, never schedules meetings for early mornings because he just can't imagine skipping breakfast when he absolutely has to meet his business associates in the early hours, he combines it with a healthy meal.

  • Once the Amazon CEO ordered a breakfast of Mediterranean octopus with potatoes, green garlic, yogurt and a poached egg to a business meeting.

  • Bezos also has a habit of making his top executives create six page memos to read for half a Knauer at the start of meetings in the early days of Microsoft, Bill Gates would memorize each employee's license plate to personally check when they got toe work and left the office.

  • He didn't believe in vacations and expected everyone to work as hard as he did.

  • Gates doesn't memorize license plates anymore, but has maintained his habit of rocking back and forth in a chair when inventing new ideas.

  • Mark Zuckerberg doesn't like wasting his brain power on small decisions.

  • That's why he wears a great T shirt, put e and plain pair of jeans every single day the Facebook founder makes on Lee one New Year's resolution that he describes in detail resolutions range from technology to personal ones, such as learning Mandarin, wearing a time or meeting a new person every day.

  • Business magnet Warren Buffett has a great talent for playing.

  • The ukulele even did that once for a Coca Cola.

  • No surprise, really.

  • Buffet is known to drink five cans a day.

  • Former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer takes everything in life seriously, including cupcakes.

  • She bought a bunch of cookbooks to test different recipes and then used a spreadsheet to design the one and only perfect recipe based on her experiments.

  • She used the same method to create the perfect frosting.

  • By the way, when she was running Yahoo, she made all hiring decisions herself that were around 125,000 of them.

  • Virgin Group founder Richard Branson is big on pranks.

  • One time he staged a burglary of his associate Can Berries apartment.

  • The plan was to take Barry and his girlfriend out to dinner and come back home with him.

  • Where fake police officers were supposed to be waiting at midnight, Branson wanted to shout April fools.

  • In reality, Barry had been informed of the fake burglary, and Branson spent the night in jail for this whole thing.

  • When he was released in the morning, Barry jumped out at him and yelled.

  • April Fool's entrepreneur and TV host Craig Cooper, has a peculiar eating habits.

  • Not only does he eat four cans of sardines every day, but he also tries to persuade everyone else to do the same.

  • Besides, he goes to sleep precisely at 10 24 PM and takes 22 minute naps throughout the day.

  • Well, if the guy looks like that in his fifties, there must be something to it.

  • Steve jobs.

  • Biography says that the Apple co founder used to soak his feet and toilet water to relieve stress.

  • To add to the oddity.

  • It wasn't even his private bathroom, but the one in the office.

  • And when he was a fresh college graduate working for Atari, Jobs rarely took a proper bath and would walk around the office barefoot.

  • No wonder he had often put on the night shift.

  • Cisco Systems co founder Sandy Lerner has her own method of relieving stress and bringing excitement in her life.

  • It's jousting.

  • Yeah, like the medieval sport, Lerner says.

  • It's a great way to blow off some steam.

  • And she regularly practices it in her Edwardian style mansion in Virginia, costumes and all.

  • Chigurh.

  • Oh Miyamoto, a video game designer and producer at Nintendo, likes guessing the size of different things.

  • He always has a tape measure on him to see how far off his guesses are.

  • Nike executive Chairman Mark Parker always carries a notebook on him.

  • He uses one side to write down business ideas, and the other is for doodling explains.

  • It's a way to balance his thoughts.

  • Japanese inventor Yoshiro Nakamatsu invested in a bathroom covered with 24 karat goal.

  • He did this to have a calm space where the best ideas could occur to him.

  • They're also isn't a single nail in this room.

  • The quirky geniuses.

  • Sure, they only get in the way of great inventions.

  • Stephen King needs all his pillows to be pointed in a certain direction.

  • The open side of the pillow case has to be facing the opposite side of the bed.

  • And when he needs inspiration for a new masterpiece novel, he indulges himself in cheesecake as what keeps his brain going during the creative process.

  • King also confesses that he enjoys baking his treats himself and avoid slippery foods like oysters.

  • The last thing David Beckham wants is to open his fridge and find three bananas in one orange in there.

  • It's not because the legendary soccer player doesn't like fruit is because everything around him has to come in pairs.

  • The first thing he does when he arrives at a hotel is to make sure everything in the room is perfectly even and lined up from booklets to soda cans.

  • If there's an extra, he puts it aside.

  • It's not clear if James McAvoy inherited his sense of humor from his grandmother.

  • But one thing he sure did learn from her is saying White Rabbit on the first day of every month.

  • Why?

  • For good luck, of course.

  • Johnny Depp is known for playing some kooky characters, but it seems the actor himself is also quite a unique.

  • He fell in love with Barbie dolls when his daughter was little and has since amassed a huge collection.

  • Among them are limited Edition.

  • Barbie's famous musicians and fellow actors and accessories for each death is also known to pick up props from the movies he stars in so he could give them to his grandkids.

  • One day.

  • Jennifer Aniston looks confident in whatever role she portrays on the screen, but she isn't as comfortable about flying.

  • She has her own preflight routine to help her feel safe on board.

  • She always enters the plain with the right foot first and taps the fuselage for good luck.

  • Brad Pitt opts for an all natural, self made mix of apple cider vinegar and lemons instead of regular.

  • So they say, the actor started using the concoction after finding out about the ingredients and chemicals.

  • Regular soap is made from his Paraben free alternative apparently keeps his skin from aging.

  • But all I can wonder is, what does he smell like?

  • Well, I'm guessing he smells delicious.

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