So...the ability to delay gratification is among the best predictors of future success. What does that tell us about the world?
Should we treat people who don't delay gratification as being broken, and try to either fix them or constrain their choices? This seems to be Singapore's model, and it seems to work rather well.
Or is it simply a different temperment that is not particularly well suited for the world we live in today? And we should treat it as a different opinion about how to live life?
Please refer to my last two posts, if you don't know much about delayed gratification, and if you can wait that long to comment.