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The urge to press snooze for just a few more minutes of sleep can be strong, but experts like author Laura Vanderkam say the most successful people get a lot done while the rest of the world is still sleeping. NBC’s Matt Lauer reports and speaks with Vanderkam, author of “What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast.”