The question sounds absurd: Can people’s expectations alter what we can do physically? Specifically, can people’s expectations change whether a blind person can see? On a recent edition of the podcast “This American Life”, Alix Spiegel and Lulu Miller, hosts of the new program “Invisibilia”, revealed the results of their research into the subject and […]Read More Do our expectations affect the results? The surprising research findings.
Why do we only hear about their expectations after the opportunity has passed? Why didn’t they voice their desire before, so we could address it? What expectation are you not vocalizing that matters to you?Read More Are you vocalizing what you expect?
Hamilton family expects corpse to resurrect, and prays fervently for six months with the body laying in a bedroom. Is this what they ought to expect? Why or why not?Read More They expected what?!
The question I am asked the most often is: “How do I know if my expectations are realistic?” The fact of the matter is that no one but you can make that analysis. And here is how to do it.Read More Analyzing my expectations means determining how realistic they are.
I compare realizing our expectations to wearing eyeglasses. Most of the time I’m unaware I’m wearing my glasses. (Unless they are as cloudy and in need of cleaning as they are right now!) They are simply the way I see the world. It’s the same with my expectations. I may not be aware of them, […]Read More Managing our expectations begins with realizing what they are.