I have work at 6:00 am. (5 hours and 40 min from now.) I know I need to sleep, but I don't want to. I never want to. It's a waste of my time.
College taught me that time is the most valuable resource above money. It's simple economics, time is valuable, because there simply isn't enough of it. 24 hours is not enough time in the day to get things accomplished, and half that time is spent in a dormant state. Imagine if you didn't need to sleep, think about how much time you'd be getting to accomplish tasks, create, and just get ahead. Sleep feels like a drug I can't do without, if I don't get my fix I'm useless. There's no way to beat the addiction, because you truly need it.
Think about it.
You go to work in the morning for 8 hours. You still have 16 hours left in your day after work to spend time with you family, enjoy hobbies, and just absorb life. Some days, you can be productive for those remaining 16 hours, but you still have plenty of room to rest and sit down. You can watch a movie, it's only 2 hours. You'll still have 14 left. You can have a meal with your wife, then spend time with your kids, that's maybe 4 hours. You can pursue your art or hobbies for a couple hours. Why not? You still have 8 hours left.
There are problems with not sleeping, obviously, but as far as getting things done, having 24 hours would be amazing. You can ask my mom, even when I was young, I was the first in the house to start my day. I would be awake at 6 every Saturday, because I wanted to watch TV or do something, anything that was better than laying still with my eyes closed. Maybe productivity is the drug I'm addicted to, but sleep sure is a pain.
Maybe I need to express this with photography or something. Sleep has always been something I've struggled with because I need it, I just don't want to do it. So anytime I get asked what my superpower of choice would be, I'll be answering that I wouldn't require sleep. I'd be...Productivity Man.