Want To Be More Patient? Practice Gratitude
The Huffington Post: Patience — it’s good, but notoriously hard, to have. Now, a new study shows a potential way to increase it: Have gratitude. Published in the journal Psychological Science, researchers from Northeastern University
Gratitude is good for your wealth
CBS News: Market pundits have long lamented the devastating impact that impatience has on your wealth. Whether it’s chasing the performance of last year’s hot funds, overspending on credit cards, or simply going for the
The Taxman Cometh: Science Explains Why Some Pay and Others Evade
Despite the threat of penalties, some people decide that the government won’t be getting their tax money. Psychological science shows what motivates some to pay and others not.
3 Emotions at the Root of Success
Inc.: Yesterday, the final piece of a puzzle fell into my lap, a puzzle I’ve been working on for the past 10 years. I’ve been trying to build a model for how emotions create success
Feeling Grateful Makes You A Better Saver And Investor, Study Shows
Forbes: How were you feeling the day you had to turn in the form telling your benefits department what percent of your salary you wanted to set aside for your 401K? Or the time you
Can Gratitude Reduce Costly Impatience?
The human mind tends to devalue future rewards compared to immediate ones — a phenomenon that often leads to favoring immediate gratification over long-term wellbeing. As a consequence, patience has long been recognized to be