Your daily dose of Proverbs:
“Allow no sleep to your eyes, no slumber to your eyelids" - 6:4.
There were times when Jesus put prayer ahead of sleep because He obviously felt He needed the prayer more than He needed the sleep. Since He was human, He was tired the next day but He had done something that was more important than His normal rest and that was commune with His Father. When you have goals and priorities, they energize you, like they did Jesus, and you can usually do more than you ever thought possible. What is important enough to you that are you willing to lose sleep over it? Have you turned that into a goal so it can then energize and direct you? You can see what Jesus did after an all night prayer session in Luke 6:12-16. He must have "heard" something in prayer that night that directed His steps to choose men who would go on to impact the world.