Whenever we decide for any plan, to do or not to do; we will be always perfect in the future. The decision in distant future psychologically does not affect us in the present. Therefore when decisions for future are always will be perfect.
One study about eating chocolate showed people prefer to have immediate gratification rather than wait to receive a greater return in the future.
When we make decisions the decisions should be based on pain and pleasure of present and future conditions. It’s important that we ask ourselves the right questions is this something am I willing to do now? Is there something I am willing to do now to reach my goal? If the answer is no then most likely that decision is not going to happen.
Also, we want make sure that the consequences of our decisions should be real in time. One extreme example of this if of a man who was determined to get up early in the morning so he purchased an alarm clock that would connect to his bank account and if he did not get up at the set time, his alarm clock would alert the bank account and the bank would automatically draft money out of his account and give it to the man’s least favorite charity organization.
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