Don’t Eat the Marshmallow | MONDAY MORNING ROLL CALL | Episode 038
In this episode we discuss:
- This week, I tell a story from my teenage years about delaying gratification.
- I discuss “The Marshmallow experiment,” which is properly titled:
The Cognitive and attentional mechanisms in delay of gratification.
Mischel, Walter; Ebbesen, Ebbe B.; Raskoff Zeiss, Antonette
[Article] Journal of Personality & Social Psychology. 21(2):204-218, February 1972.
- Lastly, I discuss the importance of remembering the promise of a future reward that is greater than your temporary circumstances in order to keep in track in delaying gratification.
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