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7. Minimalism and Simplicity

7. Minimalism and Simplicity

Embracing minimalism and simplicity leads to a clutter-free mind and environment. Shetty suggests decluttering your physical space as a way to also clear mental clutter. Simplifying your life allows you to focus on what truly matters.


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Learnings from "Think Like a Monk": Cultivating a Mindful and Purposeful Life "Think Like a Monk" by Jay Shetty offers profound insights into how ancient wisdom can be applied to modern life. Drawing from his experiences as a monk and his journey thereafter, Shetty provides actionable advice on how to live a more meaningful, fulfilling, and mindful life. Here are some key learnings from "Think Like a Monk":

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