Day in the Life:
Aamir Munshi is currently a second-year Full-Time MBA student at the University of San Diego, specializing in marketing and international business. He is the Founder of The Learning Scape and have previously taught for five years as Visiting Faculty under the University of Mumbai. When he is not at school, he likes traveling, hiking, indulging in photography, watching movies and exploring new places. He loves socializing and tries to maintain an active social media presence. Aamir is extremely passionate about anything to do with teaching, education, academia, marketing, strategy and business. Learn more about his daily plan below:
San Diego, CA.
What’s your favorite vegetable?
Potatoes and broccoli.
What’s your motto?
Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you. – Oprah Winfrey
What’s your favorite book?
The One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard.
What’s your favorite exercise?
What’s your favorite way to center?
Aamir’s Daily Routine:
9:00AM – 9:15AM – Wake up
9:15AM – 9:30AM – Prayer
9:30AM – 10:00AM – Breakfast
10:00AM – 10:30AM – Speak to Family
10:30AM – 2:30PM – Work
2:30PM – 2:45PM – Prayer
2:45PM – 3:15PM – Lunch
3:15PM – 4:45PM – Work
4:45PM – 6:15PM – Nap
6:15PM – 7:30PM – Walk
7:30PM – 7:45PM – Prayer
7:45PM – 8:30PM – Speak to Family
8:30PM – 9:00PM – Dinner
9:00PM – 9:30PM – TV
9:30PM – 1:00AM – Work
1:00AM – 9:00AM – Sleep
What gets you out of bed every morning?
The excitement of learning something new each day.
What is the most important part of your daily routine?
Speaking to my loved ones.
What about your “O” (or day plan) do you think is unique or special?
I think having a dedicated time to pray to The Almighty and showing gratitude for everything in your life is unique in my O.
What is your #1 wellness habit?
Investing in relationships – Spending time and sharing thoughts with people who care for you and value your contribution to the relationship.
What’s your biggest wellness challenge? How do you address it?
I struggle to keep up with my jogging routine over a long period of time. Exercising alone could get boring. Thus, I address it by usually taking a friend along. That helps me workout as well as socialize.
If you could give one piece of health advice to your future kids, what would it be and why?
I would strongly advice that one must never follow any daily routine as if there is no tomorrow. There needs to be some element of flexibility and the routine needs to be adapted to suit your lifestyle. I believe if you can take care of yourself, eat and sleep healthy and live your life in moderation, all will be well. Doing anything in the extreme is harmful over a long period of time.
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