Did you know that slow thinking can help you with your bank account balance? I’m serious. If you’ve been struggling to pay the bills, let alone put some money aside for emergencies, retirement, or that new house you’d love to buy one day, putting these new-learned slow thinking skills to use when it comes to your personal finances may be just what you need.
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I’ve found slow thinking a great tool in helping me get rid of bad habits and practise better impulse control.
I encourage you to take a moment to step away from instant gratification and embrace things that take a little longer
Joanna Kleinman is a psychotherapist, Motivational Speaker, Best-selling Author, and Podcast Host.
Patience is a virtue. It’s also something that feels a bit old fashioned and out of date in this time of instant gratification. We can stream movies or download a book for instant access. Almost any type of information we seek is only a Google search away, and even physical products will arrive at our doorstep overnight. It seems like we live in a day and age where patience is no longer a virtue we need to cultivate. And we lack practice in it as a result.
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