E0006 - The Discipline of Finishing & Marshmellows (S0001)

January 05, 2017 00:23:41
E0006 - The Discipline of Finishing & Marshmellows (S0001)
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Conor Neill discusses both the decision-making process of Warren Buffett and the unnerving accuracy of “the marshmallow test”, an experiment given to toddlers that can predict their future quality of life.

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