Living From the Inside Out Delayed Gratification Made Fun

The ability to delay gratification has been scientifically shown to enable better relationships, higher income, and greater success at whatever it is you choose to do – yet when was the last time you thought to yourself “Oh, goody, I get to wait until later to have this treat!” Join Michael to explore what it takes to make delaying gratification fun and what it means for your finances, health, and more.

0:45- The Marshmallow Experiment
4:00- Switching to new career industries
17:00- Beggars in Porsches
22:40- Rushing happiness
34:40- When you’re hungry…eat! When you’re tired…sleep!
45:00- What’s my genius?

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