Monk Mode Sucks, Here’s Why…

Monk mode is a popular self-improvement technique where you cut out all distractions and focus entirely on achieving some personal goal. This means no going out and no goofing off.

Nothing wrong with this in general, but monk mode’s biggest audience are people who absolutely should not be doing this.

Allow me to explain.

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