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February 21, 2006


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I would suggest also that both financial success and longevity rely on at least one common skill: the ability to delay gratification. I've read studies in the past the claim that this ability correlates very highly with financial success. It's certainly intuitive that it would. It's similarly intuitive that delaying gratification would be useful in maintaining health.

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