Dont Eat The Marshmallow Analysis

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Have you ever wondered what being successful looks like? Everyone in this world would want to be successful. Matter how old you are, where you’re from or what you do for a living, we all share something in common a desire to be successful. Each person’s definition of success is different, however, as some may define success as being a loving and faithful spouse or a caring and responsible parent, while most people would think success is wealth, fame, and power. We all want to achieve success so we could live a comfortable life have financial freedom, drive a nice car, and live in a beautiful house. However, although success can be achieved, it does not come easy.
They want to accomplish all the goals they set throughout their life. Parents
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Not many people can say that they have a business. Many people work for a business but not many own one. Even though many people don’t have many options or chances to get what they want , they still do it because they want to become someone in life and better their living. In the story “Don’t eat the marshmallow” by Joachim de Posada, shows that little kids from ages 4-6 already have the mentality to become successful because they are patient and wait for instructions to be given to them. They know that they shouldn’t eat the marshmallow because they weren’t given that instruction. In the other hand, the kids that ate the marshmallow within minutes given to them the studies showed that they are not patient and self-controlled and they won’t be very successful in their future. This is important because being patient can avoid you from making hasty decisions. In this modern age, most of us have forgotten to be patient and get irritated very quickly over minor things like a traffic jam, stock up computer, crying baby and such things. To shape your talents into real achievements you must have patience. To master or enhance your talent you need a lot of dedicated efforts for a very long
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