A person regardless of temptation and impulses. Self-control is needed to regulate one’s behavior to achieve goals. As an illustration, Schonfeld cites a 1960 study called the “marshmallow study” that tested young children on their self-control. Each child is given a single marshmallow and told that they can get a second marshmallow if they wait to eat it until after the researcher returns to the classroom, when he walks out of the room. Some gave in to temptation and went straight to eating marshmallows. When the researchers returned, only the children who refused the wish were rewarded with a second marshmallow.
Researchers then continued to be in contact with these children for decades, visiting MaduQQ. Finding: Children who managed to control themselves to avoid eating marshmallows “had more successful marriages, careers, and lives in general.” Their ability to control themselves allows them to set goals and achieve them.
Curiosity asks questions (about yourself and others) to better understand why you failed. Then you can avoid those mistakes. We all make it; successful people want to know, and try to understand and learn from their mistakes.
Be confident Believe in yourself, suggests Schonfeld. Trust in your own abilities. This will help you understand where you went wrong, and how to go about solving the problem. Then you can become a real success. While Schonfeld focuses these traits on young children, they also apply to us adults – as well as to poker players. You may ask, “How is that?”
Despite a series of downsides, with grit and persistence, avoid continuing to tilt – no matter what. That can save a lot of chips. Do not give up. Loser give up! Move on to the next step to success: With curiosity, you can find out and learn why and how you failed. What did you do wrong? Have you ever noticed a time when you convinced yourself that the pot seemed to be popping up more frequently? The more chips you hoard, the greater your confidence. In that sense, failure can be like a reward. Go home winner.
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