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Jack Dorsey is not a resident of Morongo Basin. He is founder and CEO of Twitter.
However his personal lifestyle is a bit more laid-back than most of us who live here in the Shangri-La of the desert — the Morongo Basin 

Even though this guy is strange I salute his (for now) lifestyle. Parts of which would do all of us some good to reflect, get away from the world’s woes, put social media to bed, avoid cell phones, eat healthy, fast, exercise, meditate, don’t speak for a few days or a week.

If you had more money you could ever spend who would you be? What would you do?

A surprising number of New Rich lotto winners will rapidly expand their horizons. Many enter an illusionary earthly paradise. They buy stuff, get new vehicles, live in luxury homes, buy yachts or luxury boats, travel, and spend their little hearts to glory.

However is that really the pollen path to an earthly paradise?

Tech billionaire and founder and CEO Twitter, Jack Dorsey, doesn’t think so. And he is one of those people who has more money than he can spend.

How does Jack expand his horizons?

Dorsey appeared on a fitness podcast to explain his monkish lifestyle in more detail. To gain some insight into his personal lifestyle, here is a brief rundown:

He eats only one meal a day in the week; weekends he fasts

Starts every day with an ice bath
walks five miles a day
Listen to podcasts, audiobooks
Gets up before the chickens, doves and quail

Walk in the early sun (vit. D)
The only supplement he takes is a multivitamin and lots of Vitamin C
He makes his medicine (meditation, sleep, etc.) before delving into supplements
Drink red wine
Drinks filtered water all day
He’s has a disinterest in traditional rich-people trappings

He fasts during weekends.


Endnote: “The Week” online magazine summarized Dorsey in this way: “He’s created a platform that has allowed populists, alt-right types, and Russian bots to spread their messages to vast new audiences, creating more chaos than he could possibly have imagined. Twitter undeniably helped make Donald Trump president and gave Britain’s Brexiteers a stage. And it’s used daily to mete out public shaming and takedowns.”  

Click here for the full written transcript of this podcast episode

Branson Hunter

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