The Law of Expectations


The law of expectation says – whatever one expects with confidence, becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

It never fails that each time I play golf with a group, one guy will get on the tee box and hold his driver out while in his stance and stare at the ball. He will reluctantly start his back swing very slowly and then take a hack. The ball would either slice terribly or not move from the tee box. The guy will walk back to his bag with his head down and say, “I knew I was going to do that!”

Someone in the group will usually pull a sarcastic comment out and say, “You know what your problem is? You are standing too close to the ball after you swing.”  Ha


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7 thoughts on “The Law of Expectations

  1. LOL – I always expect success and wonderful moments! I’m always slightly aghast when it doesn’t happen! I just expect it – and frequently get it!
    I’m a big believer in what you think today becomes your reality tomorrow. And, it’s a biblical truth, ask and it shall be given!

  2. Great post on the Law of Attraction. We attract what we think about or we become what we think about. Don’t forget that what you want, wants you.

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  3. I completely agree! 😀
    We must train our minds to think that success is the only option. Nothing else. Then naturally, if we’ve put in the right amount of work, success will be attained because there was no other options to begin with.
    I wrote on a similar topic few days ago 🙂
    Will read your book 🙂

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  5. moeleftwich says:

    Reblogged this on DIRECTING REFLECTIONS and commented:
    There is a great chance that you will get exactly expect to get from your team. Change your expectations and you will change the results.

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