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We don't get what we ask for, we get what we expect. Whatever we don't have is because of our own resistance to it. What have you been struggling to have that you keep thinking outside sources are keeping you from? Let's let go of the resistance and recognize that there is only one Source, and that source is within us. And let's check out expectations and the beliefs and worthiness that is attached to them. Call the number for coaching on this and any topic.
PERMISSION Granted, be REAL.
Unrealistic expectations set us up for an emotional 'crash and burn' experience. We get entangled with an expectation, but don't look at its liklihood of truly happening, or what it genuinely will entail in personal costs to all involved. Do we realistically consider the challenge we expect others to rise to so our engeneered perfection rules the event and day?
We jump into a concrete reality; and IF life should do what life often does, such as -- blow our well-laid plans and its perfection to smitherenes, we "fall off a cliff of our being."
We get bruised egos, upset, depressed, go numb and retreat our beingness by showing up on a half-empty presence. Or if we have come to be a master mask wearer, we show up in an appropriately donned facade to 'save the day.' The memories will suck, of course, but the picture perfect scrapbook will tell a 'happy tale.'
Our Presence of being is the ongoing present we walk around with day and night. It is the gift that is always the piece de resistiance.
Yet, we tend to objectify it and tie its actuality to a world 'set in stone' and deny how life's flux sits on our live's edges.
Anything can upset our "perfect" day (a holiday of happiness expectations) which can be foiled by just about anything.
The expectation is blown up by a loss, be it real or imagined. This makes our happiness engineered and unreal. It also makes it fragile and so conditional... We can do better, yes?
Let's get some persmission tips to be genuine and let the happiness flow as it does, releasing it from any burdens that may be trying to glom onto it. That will warm the heart, make for endearing memories, and fill the hole in our Soul.
Join in, Sharon Quinn and Will Gable
Today we are going to explore expectations? Do you have expectations for yourself? Or, are you only dealing with other people's expectations of you? What about your kids? Do they have their own expectations of themselves? Or, and they only attempting meet the expectations of everyone around them?
The success, or the lack thereof, of most relationships hinge on a healthy balance of expectations. Where many people go wrong is all in how they communicate their expectations. What are healthy expectations? When should you communicate those expectations? Join us tonight as we discuss!
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Spotlight on Moms features Kat Napolitano of KatNapFitness.com. Gina Cretikos and Alexia Alvear of Nicky + Stella, share how they brought indie brands together with their own brand for a one stop shop for fun kids fashion. Joyce Yexley, author of Not My Plan, shares her advice for moms of newly diagnosed autistic children. Author and professor in counselor education, Dr. Laura Choate, shares why today’s cultural expectations are toxic for girls.
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EXPECTATIONS......where in your life may you have them? Angels I have EXPECTATIONS and I will share with you where that has put me, give some tips and advice, powerful Affimations and more!
Angels I AM becoming more and more clear that it is ACCEPTANCE and not EXPECTING that makes life a smoother ride!
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Do you ever find yourself getting frustrated trying to meet your clients expectations? Are you having clients who are difficult to please? Listen in as Video Broadcast Services President, Marcia Hawkins and Vice President, Kyle Clouse discuss how meeting, and exceeding, customers expectations in crucial for your business.
Our December 2015 show features Dr. Seth Gershenson's research on how student-teacher demographic match effects teacher expectations.
Seth Gershenson is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy in American University’s School of Public Affairs and a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA Bonn). His primary research interests are in the economics of education, specifically issues relating to teacher labor markets, parents’ and students’ time use, summer learning loss, the development of character skills, and the role of expectations in the education production function. Dr. Gershenson’s research has been supported by the W.E. Upjohn Institute, the Spencer Foundation, and the American Educational Research Association and has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as the Economics of Education Review, American Educational Research Journal, Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, Education Finance and Policy, and Educational Researcher. More information about his research is available on his website: http://www.sethgershenson.com/.
Join us at 2pm on December 16 for a powerful discussion on some groundbreaking research.
We are here to experience emotions in all forms. Challenges crop up for us to do that. We do get the choice of embracing the challenge or avoiding the challenge and hope it goes away or expecting someone else to deal with it. Our expectations of how our life "should" be or how situations have to happen can create even more challenges in our lives. Lets look at some of the beliefs you may have about your life and how to handle the curve balls that challenge those beliefs. Lets look at the energy of grace and how to use that to deal with your personal challenges. we will explore the the spiritual energy of a challenge and tools to work through them effectively.