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  1. Immediate pleasure versus long-term joy. I work with this all the time with my weight coaching clients. They choose to go for the immediate gratification of food, usually to avoid their feelings, and that creates other problems for them, like obesity and obesity-related illness, to name a couple. They deprive themselves of the long-term joy they’ll have from making a commitment to themselves and honoring it.
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  2. Yeah, we live in a world where everyone wants instant gratification. Kids do not know how to wait. We do not send letters any longer. You send a WhatsApp and instantly reach someone else, who will drop anything to read the WhatsApp.

    Everyone wants things now. Lots to think about. I rather have the lasting satisfaction but sometimes it is so hard. I think achieving a balance is te right answer
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