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Delayed Gratification: The Mother Of All Skill

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Giving up temporary pleasure for future gains is called delayed gratification. An individual’s ability to delay gratification plays a significant role in shaping their health, well-being, and success in each aspect of life. If given a choice between receiving 1 dollars today and 10 dollars tomorrow, most of us would likely opt for the latter. This kind of decision-making process is Delayed Gratification, and we practice it every time we consciously forgo immediate rewards to reap the benefits of a more distant goal. No matter how bad you are at resisting temptations, there are ways to enhance self-control if you’re motivated to use them.Delayed gratification is one of the most effective personal skill of successful people. There is strong connection between leaving temporary pleasure and achieving success. You can take any example like whenever you achieve good marks in any exam , you leave the pleasure of watching tv or…

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Positive Expectations

Winners make a habit of manufacturing their own positive expectations in advance of the event.

– Brian Tracy

Ignorance

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Impermanence

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The Right Place

A mother and a baby camel were lying around under a tree. Then the baby camel asked, “Why do camels have humps?”

The mother camel considered this and said, “We are desert animals so we have the humps to store water so we can survive with very little water.”

The baby camel thought for a moment then said, “OK…why are our legs long and our feet rounded?” The mama replied, “They are meant for walking in the desert.”

The baby paused. After a beat, the camel asked, “Why are our eyelashes long? Sometimes they get in my way.”

The mama responded, “Those long thick eyelashes protect your eyes from the desert sand when it blows in the wind.

The baby thought and thought. Then he said, “I see. So the hump is to store water when we are in the desert, the legs are for walking through the desert and these eye lashes protect my eyes from the desert then why in the Zoo?”

Skills and abilities are only useful if you are in the right place at the right time. Otherwise they go to waste.