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One of the most famous and cited psychology experiments, the Stanford Marshmallow Experiment, demonstrated that the ability to delay gratification is crucial to success in children. Children with the ability to delay gratification outperformed those who could not in nearly all facets of life.
Delayed Gratification is the ability to pursue more substantial, delayed rewards over our natural preference for smaller, more immediate rewards.
By successfully being able to delay a reward for a longer-term benefit, your child can achieve substantially more worthwhile things.
Success at any endeavour, in any field, requires a trade-off – to ignore the immediate reward in favour of a longer-term reward.
The Superpower of Delayed Gratification will help your child develop this crucial capability, and in doing so, achieve better life outcomes.
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