FGC Philosophy talks instant gratification vs. delayed gratification when setting goals

By on March 4, 2018 at 2:00 pm
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Training Mode: the double-edged sword of the FGC. It’s necessary to work out your mental muscles in training mode so that you can prepare for the problems you’ll face in battle. But it’s also frustrating to think that time spent training could have been time spent having fun in an actual match.

That’s an example of the push-pull of “Instant” vs. “Delayed” gratification. The Philocypher‘s latest episode of “FGC Philosophy” tackles some real life examples of each, and how you can strike a balance between the two to accomplish your long-term FGC goals.

Source: The Philocypher

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