Addressing the all-important and often perplexing topics and issues related to enhancing your personal growth and professional development
I want to share a truth that was first revealed to me by my mother when I was a child, then later reinforced through my own life experiences:
“What you expect has phenomenal power over the quality and course of your life.”
Your expectations about your relationships, work, finances and every other area of life are almost always either positive or negative; they are rarely neutral.
Good and positive expectations trigger excitement, optimistic anticipation, encouragement and hope. In fact, the absence of good expectations is a definition of hopelessness. Negative expectations such as, "People won't like me," "It's going to be one of those bad days," "My kids are headed for failure," or "I will never be out of debt" often lead to discouragement, unhappiness and poor choices.
Of course in real life, bad things do happen. No one is immune from disappointment, rejection, and bad news at times, but if you expect these themes to be a regular part of...