Let’s take a little different approach on the ‘Right Thing To Do’ this week. There was a great story published in the Wall Street Journal a couple weeks ago about a marshmallow test given to small children in 1972. The study was done by Stanford psychologist, Walter Mischel. He put a marshmallow on the table in front of a small child. he told them if they waited 15 minutes before eating it that they would get a second marshmallow as a reward. About 2/3 failed the experiment. Some ate it immediately and others tried but then failed and ate it. The interesting results were followed by contacting those same children several years later.