Hustle culture has coerced us to believe that waking up early gives us extra time to work – so we copy that formula. Let’s close up the book “Think Like A Monk” by Jay Shetty by reviewing the remaining chapters.
It’s natural to crave knowledge and having a growth mindset is crucial to quenching that thirst. People with a growth mindset tend to believe that their intelligence and abilities are malleable – that is they can be shaped and taught to improve.
Procrastination is like slow-poisoning for the body. It makes us waste time, make poor (hurried) decisions, and even lose our self-esteem. Think about the last time you couldn’t meet a deadline and your boss publicly called you out. That wasn’t too good for the feels, right? Let’s find out why you’re giving in to the temptation of procrastination.
Think Like A Monk is a behind-the-scenes view into Jay Shetty’s experience as a Monk. In the book, Jay dissects the monk mindset and explains their core concepts in a way all humanity can easily understand. Let’s take a brief dive into what the book is all about!