Your Expectations





‘Dare to believe in the reality of your assumption and watch the world play its part relative to to its fulfillment.”
Neville Goddard

It might seem strange to say expect success since we can not predict the future, but do we not do the alternative all the time? Have you ever gone into a stressful situation assuming the worst – that something would go wrong?


Conventional wisdom suggests it is better to expect the worst because we will not be disappointed if we fail and we will be pleasantly surprised if we succeed. But research suggests this is not true. Pessimism can undermine your performance creating a negative approach.


Find the successes in every day and you will notice over time that they increase. Whatever we expect becomes our own self-fulfilling prophecy.


Start noticing the successes in your life. Remember we will always tend to fulfill our own expectation of ourselves.

“Whenever you make a key decision or take a key action, write down what you expect will happen. Nine or twelve months later, compare the actual results with your expectations.I have been practicing this method for fifteen to twenty years now and every time I do it, I am surprised.”
Peter Drucker

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