Don't Eat the Marshmallow-- Yet!

Don't Eat the Marshmallow-- Yet!

The Secret to Sweet Success in Work and Life

Book - 2005
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Argues that the key difference between success and failure lies, not only in hard work or superior intelligence and talent, but also in the ability to delay gratification, in a guide that combines a simple parable with real-life examples.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2005
ISBN: 9780425205457
0425205452
Branch Call Number: 332.0240019 P84d 2005
Characteristics: 97 p. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Singer, Ellen 1957-

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CatherineG_1 Jan 25, 2016

Joachim de Posada feels that every young person should read this book. Written in the same style as "Who Moved my Cheese?" through a series of short stories, he gives practical tips how to get ahead in life, personally, financially and professionally.

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