Saturday, November 13, 2004
Your expectations can make things more difficult than they would otherwise be. Or they can make things go better than they would otherwise go.
Much depends on what you expect. Positive expectations often pave the way for positive experiences.
Other people pick up on your expectations and, more often than not, will act in accordance with them. So it pays to expect the best of others.
The person most influenced by your expectations is you. When you genuinely expect the best of yourself, something inside you will do everything possible to deliver.
The great thing is, your expectations are yours to decide. No complex skills or scarce resources are needed in order for you to expect the best of yourself, of others, of this day and this moment.
Your expectations set the range within which your reality operates. Expect the best, and you greatly increase your chances of getting it.
Ralph MarstonCalm your thoughts Brighten your world
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