The Monk Mode Morning

The Monk Mode Morning

Several accomplished people have adopted the Monk Mode Morning Routine: Not doing anything from the time of waking till noon, just focusing on deep, meaningful work on something valuable.

This means:

  1. No meetings or calls.
  2. No texts, emails or Slack.
  3. No internet(social media or news reading).
  4. No TV.
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  • Using the Monk Mode Morning Routine, the A.M. time (the time we wake up till noon) is simply spent on doing something deep and meaningful, like writing a book, Yoga, or reading good books.
  • There is no inconsistency in this life hack, and a four to six-hour progress can be made every day in whatever is valuable to us.
  • With the rising ‘flexible work’ routines where most work is done at home using various digital devices, the Monk Mode is picking up great speed.

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RELATED IDEAS

3 reasons to implement a routine
  • Consistency: Consistency is the best friend of anyone who wants to do something.
  • Health: You sleep better, eat healthier, and you move more.
  • Time for you: Routines provide you with the personal time you’re searching for

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IDEAS

Productivity is Personal
  • What works for me—or Jeff Bezos, probably will not work for you. And even if it does, it will probably change one day.
  • There is nothing wrong with learning new systems of efficiency. But at the end of the day, productivity is a very personal thing

Having no routine or structure is so much more draining mentally, physically, and emotionally than any routine could ever be.

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