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How to manage your body clock when working across international time zones.

Late night phone calls? Teleconferences at 3am? Meetings that run to midnight? When working odd hours, how far can the human body flex its ancient biological programming for sleep at night and work by day, before health and productivity begin to falter?

The tech tools of our digital age offer unprecedented opportunities to participate in the global economy and secure new clients across the other side of the world.

However, working odd hours can leave you on the groggy side of wakefulness and tired and cranky when you actually get to leave the office and regroup at home.

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