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( PDF ) ♿ Living with the Monks ⚕ Entrepreneur and best selling author Jesse Itzler s next adventure takes him to a monastery where he learns to unplug, pray, and live like a monk Thinking all monasteries were like the ones he saw in the movies, Jesse Itzler arrived at the New Skete religious community in remote Cambridge, New York, with a shaved head and a suitcase filled with bananas To his surprise, New Skete monks have most of their hair They re Russian Orthodox, not Buddhist, and they re also world renowned dog breeders and authors of dog training books that have sold in the millions Wait, what Jesse Itzler living with monks And dogs How could that happenBetween his entrepreneurial endeavors, motivational speaking engagements, charities, andfour kids, plus running ultra marathons and other assorted involvements and activities, Jesse doesn t have a lot of free time on his hands In his downtime, he slikely to be in a water balloon fight with his eight year old son than in anything close to quiet contemplation But his daily turbo tasking was catching up to him, and he found himself overwhelmed and underperforming When he challenged his wife to a game of rock paper scissors during a friend s wedding ceremony he realized he needed an adult time out Most people would take a short vacation, cut back on some daily activities, or get a massage Not Jesse He came up with his unique answer to the building stress and dwindling time in his life In Living with the Monks, the hilarious follow up to his New York Times best selling Living with a SEAL, Jesse takes us on a spiritual journey like no other Isolated in a snowbound mountain monastery surrounded by German shepherds, an intern who walked right off a page from a Stephen King novel, and an odd but lovable bunch of monks who are a cross between Tony Robbins and Cesar Millan, Jesse finds the key to unlocking a life with less stress,self reflection gulp , and greater happiness And, as he learns, the key to happiness isn t running Say what