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Don, a wanted criminal, dies in a police chase. DSP D'Silva is the only one who knows about his death, and to get hold of the gang he trains Don-lookalike Vijay. But Vijay faces danger from ...Read allDon, a wanted criminal, dies in a police chase. DSP D'Silva is the only one who knows about his death, and to get hold of the gang he trains Don-lookalike Vijay. But Vijay faces danger from the police and from within the gang.Don, a wanted criminal, dies in a police chase. DSP D'Silva is the only one who knows about his death, and to get hold of the gang he trains Don-lookalike Vijay. But Vijay faces danger from the police and from within the gang.

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Om Shivpuri
Satyendra Kapoor
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  • Don’t Eat the Marshmallow Yet, is a very motivating novel written by Joachim de Possada and Ellen Singer. It seems like this story is very closely related to a marshmallow, but the word “marshmallow” is actually a symbolic word which the author.

Don't eat the marshmallow! In this short talk from TED U, Joachim de Posada shares a landmark experiment on delayed gratification - and how it can predict future success. With priceless video of kids trying their hardest not to eat the marshmallow. This talk was presented at an official TED conference, and was featured by our editors on the. Don was bom in Bulawayo, Rhodesia, and was educated at Gifford High School and then the University of Zimbabwe; in due course, he received his BSc, MSc, and DSC degrees. Dr Don Heath 1967-2015 Cooper rode Don Poli to RSA Chase victory last year and his choice ensured Don Cossack led the market last night at a best-priced 3-1.

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A ruthless gangster named Don is killed during a scuffle with the police. Since only DSP Desilva knows of this incident, he recruits another person named Vijay who is a spitting image of Don. Vijay is planted in Don's place in Don's gang and DeSilva has a plan to nab the entire gang in this way. But when Desilva dies during a raid, the secret that Vijay is not Don is also buried with him. Now Vijay is on the run - from the police and the criminal gang - and has to find the last piece of evidence to prove his real identity before it is too late.—Soumitra

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Don is a very bad boy. In an international syndicate of smugglers, Don is the meanest of them all. Mess with Don and you're dead. It's not just difficult to catch the Don... it's impossible!
Amitabh Bachchan plays Don like every cool dude rolled into one - Shaft, Dirty Harry, and err... other cool dudes! That is until he takes a bullet 30 minutes into the movie and dies. 'Wait a minute - this movie is 3 hours long, and they've killed the title character already!' is bound to be your first thought at this. But it's alright, because the only man to see him die, the police 'DSP', happens to know of a man who is Don's exact double... and he has a plan. He trains up the amiable betel-nut chewing street performer in the ways of the Don, and sends him undercover to root out evidence against the rest of the gang. Here Amitabh gets to show his range - from badass cool dude to goofball to goofball pretending to be a badass cool dude, he fits the role (and those flared trousers) to a tee.
Don has clearly been made from concentrated 1970's extract... and it's cheesier than a McDonald's Cheeseburger where they forgot to give you everything but the cheese - and when you go up to the counter to complain, they just give you more cheese . But even though you know it's probably going to make you fat and give you spots, you can't help going back for more. The movie manages to straddle that fine line between inspiration and idiocy where you find the rarest of substances - pure entertainment.
This is not a movie to be taken seriously, and it could hardly be called a movie of great technical virtue. But Amitabh Bachchan takes the role(s) and gives them such a lot of character and life you can't help but love watching him. The crew of flared and paisleyed crooks and goons and the kung fu fighting revenge babe, the crippled tight rope walker and the well meaning but mostly simple police officers all make the Don's world an interesting environment to watch Amitabh at work and play too.
And then there's the zoom lenses, the toe tapping funk tunes, the chase scenes that seem to leap miles between each cut, the fight scenes that are acted out in courteous slow motion (when they're not being bounced around on trampolines)... the song and dance routine opining on the virtues of mixing opiates and stimulants... With Tears Of The Black Tiger and Don all in one weekend I feel guilty, like I've just eaten a whole triple chocolate cake in one sitting... life just shouldn't be this much fun!
If you've got 3 hours going spare, let the Don into your life too and he'll make you a happy chappy - I guarantee it!
  • May 5, 2002


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Yet research scholars claim that the ability to persevere with a task in the face of temptations (i.e. self control) is our number 1 success strategy. And we know this because of the trusty marshmallow.

You see, back in the sixties researcher Walter Michael conducted the famous marshmallow experiment at Stanford University. He put 4 year old children in a room by themselves, placed a marshmallow in front of them and gave them a simple choice-

“You can have the marshmallow now or you can wait 15 minutes and get 2 marshmallows”

He then left the room and observed the child’s behaviour.

10 years later, Walter Michael surveyed the same students to see how they were going.

Interestingly, the children who had resisted eating the marshmallow had better school grades and social success than the children who ate the marshmallow straight away. They could also manage their stress levels more effectively and were less likely to have problems with their weight. For a modern summary of this research, check out the TED talk by Joachim de Posada below.

So why were the students who had resisted eating the marshmallow better off?

Well, they were more likely to go to their classes, get on with doing their school work, resist eating unhealthy foods, etc. The simple reason being that they had better self control (willpower).

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The good news is it doesn’t matter if you would have gobbled down the marshmallow straight away at the age of 4. Why?

Because self control is like a muscle: it can be strengthened with the right activities and lifestyle. It may feel uncomfortable or difficult initially, but the more you do it the easier it gets.

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For my next blog post I’ll be releasing our latest mind map called “Strengthening Self Control”. It covers some basic information on self control, things to avoid to maintain self discipline as well as simple strategies to strengthen your self control. Stay tuned!