It refers to our tendency to choose immediate rewards over future rewards. It's why we make plans, but don't take action. When we make plans, we are actually making plans for our future selves. But when the time comes to make a decision, we are in the moment and our brain is thinking about the present self.
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Thinking of your time as money Scheduling your energy Networking Getting started early Planning everything in advance Setting short goals Meditating and winding down Active Listening Eliminating ANTS(automatic negative thoughts)
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