The danger of
An indepth course about how to set expectations for a successful outcome of all parties involved.
What you can expect in this course
Expectations are a major cause of stress, anxiety, miscommunication and loss of trust and respect. When we have expectations of others often we don’t help them fully understand how to meet them.
The person can become resentful, fearful, disengaged, and frustrated. This is especially with our children. They don’t know why it is important that they help out around the house, making the bed, cleaning up the dishes or their rooms. It comes across as a waste of time and is very unimportant to them.
In this course we go in-depth as to the dangers of expectations. We will discuss the issues that is causes in all relationships, as well as the damage to the self image when we have unrealistic expectations.
You will be given specific worksheets to use with all who you have expectations with. If you want healthier relationships, if you want to keep the trust and respect within those relationships, this course will help with all of those things.
- To share the power expectations have
- To introduce the link of expectations and stress and anxiety
- To give participants a plan and process of how to set expectations for success
Lesson 1 – What Expectations Cause
In the first lesson we shed light on we will share what we have learned about expectations and the damage it can do when they are not clear. It can destroy relationships., motivation, and our self image.
If you accept the expectations of others, especially negative ones, then you never will change the outcome. - Michael Jordan
Lesson 2 – Time To Provide Clarity
In lesson 2 we discuss failure. The only way to find the success we are looking for, as an athlete, is to fail forward. Failure can be our greatest teacher of the things that are critical to achieving success.