Book Review: Marshmallow Test

Professional Development
Different people approach their career in different ways. My working assumption, all the time, is that I don't know enough and I'm not good enough. Don't get me wrong, I've got an ego (way too big of one really). I just know that there's room for improvement. It's one of the reasons I read books like the Marshmallow Test. The core concept is simple. You show a kid a treat, a marshmallow. You let them know that they can have that marshmallow right now, or, if they wait, they have two later. Kids who choose to wait, and succeed in waiting, generally do better in life, have better jobs, lower BMI, all sorts of things. It's about discipline and self-control, and even more importantly, delayed gratification. "Yeah, I can something…
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