Jay Shetty set his original plans aside to study the life of monks, and in the process, discovered how pursuing a personal passion and purpose can help anyone unlock their deepest potential.
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The search for wisdom and knowledge is no longer a solitary pursuit left to scholars or monks; it’s a global conversation, and Jay Shetty—a former monk, as it so happens—wants you to be just as much a part of it as he is.