You walk into a store, scan through the aisles then pick up something that you immediately want to buy, then that little voice pops into your head and says that you shouldn’t spend the money. What do you do?
This is a reoccurring situation that I have faced dozens of times throughout my life. The difference between instant gratification and long term discipline. We all know what that the smarter financial decision is, but a majority of society still chooses to buy that object. You need to think about the cost of something in more than just numbers, but time. If you’re paid hourly and something costs $20 and you make $10 an hour then you’re essentially buying something for 2 hours worth of your time (which isn’t calculating taxes).
Instant gratification will feel good at the moment but you may regret buying the object and feel even worse about it as time goes on.
Long term discipline is about the constant grind. You have to figure out what you define as success then the reasons why you want to be successful. You have to want it so bad that you’re willing to give up instant gratification today for the possibility of a better tomorrow.
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