Saturday, December 4, 1999
Rarely will you ever accomplish more than you expect to accomplish. So get in the habit of expecting the best. Your expectations by themselves do not create your reality, but they do indeed set the direction for it.
What do you expect to achieve today, this week, or this month? How do you expect other people to relate to you? Expectations guide our actions. When we know what is expected it gives us a clear plan for exactly what to do.
Whatever you sincerely expect, you will work for, you will nurture, you will persist for and give power to. Those things will serve to make it happen. Expectations powerfully influence both your conscious and subconscious actions.
If you expect the day to be dreary and boring, most likely it will be. When you expect the day to be productive and fulfilling, you’ll find yourself acting to satisfy those expectations. Make it a point to expect the best, and then commit to following those expectations.
Ralph MarstonHere it comes Make it better
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