1. The immediate gratification
bias describes decision makers who tend to want immediate rewards and to avoid immediate costs.
2. While a life bent on instant pleasure and gratification
offers some degree of happiness, it is ultimately unsatisfying on its own, he says.
3. On the flip side, we also postpone our gratification
, our stated priorities, and our happiness, often convincing ourselves that "someday" will be better than today.
1. state of being gratified; great satisfaction
2. the act or an instance of satisfying
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