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A writer makes the case now is the perfect time for bringing back the Monk Mode approach to changing your life.
«ung male entrepreneurs called 'Monk Mode.' Everyone had a different idea of what that term meant, but generally it referred to taking a definite period of time -- a week to three months or more -- to focus with unusual intensity on certain important and fruitful pursuits, while abstaining from certain distracting or self-defeating activities," he explains. So basically, Monk Mode i»
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