Nikhil Kamath: The Billionaire Entrepreneur’s Morning Routine 
The Billionaire Entrepreneur’s Morning Routine 

Fuelled by caffeine and cardio, Nikhil Kamath is anything but your average 6 am guy  

Kicking off our inaugural weekly wellness guide—where we enter the daily morning routines of a diverse cross-section of men, ranging from business suits to new-age musicians—is the founder and CEO of Zerodha, Nikhil Kamath.  



The Bengaluru native, whose start-up disrupted the broking industry in India in 2010 and is valued today at a conservative $2 billion, is the blueprint of a slick, new-age entrepreneur. Affable and decidedly stylish, the 36-year-old lets us in on what he’s eating from breakfast (or not), how he likes his coffee, and the kind of workout he’s packing in. Maybe it’s the secret to being the country’s youngest billionaire with a net worth of $3.45 billion.  


 Take us through a typical morning in your life 
By waking up at around 6:30-7:00 a.m., doing some cardio, getting some sun, and then commencing work at about 8:00 or 8:30 a.m.  


How do you like your coffee?  
Black. I have two a day, one at 11 a.m. and possibly another at 12:30 a.m.  


What does breakfast look like?  
I don’t have breakfast unless it’s the weekend, so the first meal is at 1:30.  


Different news portals that you check out in the morning?
Bloomberg, The Ken, Morning Context… I like some YouTube people I subscribe to like All-In and The Print.  
Your go-to products 
Sunscreen, moisturiser, and a lip balm. 
Your day and night fragrances?  
Clinique Happy for the AM and Tom Ford’s Ombre Leather when the sun goes down.  


How do you shed calories? 
A short cardio session whenever I can squeeze it in. It rarely happens, but I usually do weight training at night around 9:00 p.m. 
Morning Music  
Not particularly. Different tracks hit different, and that has a lot to do with my mood.   



What are you currently reading?  
About the Federal Reserve in a book called The Creature from Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin. 
Three things we’ll find on your nightstand  
Supplements, including things like magnesium, which help me sleep. And Theanine, Iron, Ezetrol, some water, and my phone, which is usually charging.  

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