Well I agree with 6. Work Constantly
. I did that during my Army career, and ruined my health, not to mention my marriage (which was already doomed as a bad idea anyway).
I remember working nonstop for 50 days in one case, not even a day off on Sundays, and finally having to reluctantly stop for Thanksgiving, because everyone else did. Later that weekend paramedics took me from my house on a stretcher, telling me I was having a heart attack at 40. It turned out I had simply collapsed from total exhaustion, the strain of 18-hour days for that long too much for me. Never let it be said I didn't earn my pay.
I rarely took my 30 days annual leave, I hated to interrupt my work. My bosses would force me to take leave, because we couldn't carry more than 60 days past Sep 30, the end of the US Federal fiscal year, or else we'd lose it, which I sometimes did. When I retired in September I had my max 60 days accrued leave, a nice windfall for which they gave me 2 months pay as a Colonel with 25 years service.
But time off I seldom took, a complete workaholic, I loved being in a uniform so. You'd never know it now!