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Prep for Success - Master Delayed Gratification
Psychologist Walter Mischel, designer of the now famous “Marshmallow Test,” says “the ability to delay gratification and resist temptations has been a fundamental challenge since the dawn of civilization.”
Prep for Success - Quotations
“I believe that people make their own luck by great preparation and good strategy.” ― Jack Canfield
Pretend You Already Have What You Want
“If in your mind’s eye and in your heart of hearts, for just a moment, you really have what you want, then you’ll attract that experience,” writes Sonia M. Miller
Priorities and the Jar—a Life Coaching Story
If you are not aware of your priorities, you could easily get tossed to and fro by life’s pressures and demands without accomplishing your goals.
“Optimism is, in itself, a kind of success, for it means you have a healthy, peaceful and contended mind. An exceedingly wealthy person can be a failure physically if his constant pessimism has given him ulcers.”—Napoleon Hill, A Year of Growing Rich
Procrastination and Kids
According to authors Pamela Espeland and Elisabeth Verdick, 1 in every 4 Americans thinks he or she is a total procrastinator and young people are more likely to procrastinate than older people.
Pursuing Worthy Goals
The by-product of working toward worthy goals are the lessons you learn along the way.
Put the Past Down
And pick it up only when needed
Put Your To-Do List Away for a Day
I can’t function at full capacity without my lists long term, but there are plenty of rewards to reap by putting them aside for one day.
Put Your Worries Away!
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could put your worries in a box and forget about them for awhile? Well according to Dr. Robert Leahy, in a sense you can!
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