Don't Eat The Marshmallow...Yet!

The Secret to Sweet Success in Work and Life

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Arthur is a chauffeur who is intellectually gifted. Jonathan is no less bright than Arthur, equally hard-working, and a billionaire. So why is Jonathan in the back seat of the limousine and Arthur in the front? What explains the difference between su ...Continua
廖品茹(米咕)
Ha scritto il 01/09/13

這本書在講史丹佛大學做的棉花糖實驗,分別把棉花糖分給每一位小孩,然後看小孩會先把棉花糖吃掉還是會等待15分鐘。在我還沒看這本書以前應該會先把糖吃掉,但看了這本書後發現等待並不是一件不好的事情。有可能會因為等待時的付出而讓棉花糖吃起來更加甜蜜,努力付出得到的東西總是比輕鬆得到的東西更會令人覺得開心。書中最讓我印象深刻的話是:「成功的人願意做不成功的人不願意做的事」。當我願意去做以前和現在不願意做的事情的時候,或許我就已經是成功的人了。

Feli
Ha scritto il 15/10/11

This book reminds me of the attitude I should follow while tracing my dreams and goals!
The moral is simple but good. 

Sophiec0830
Ha scritto il 07/04/11

good little book with only one simple concept: delay indulging self. remember the marshmellow test, and people who are successful is bcus they r willing to do things that other people refuse to.


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Ha scritto il Oct 18, 2007, 06:04
成功的人願意做不成功的人不願意做的事
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