The subject line of this email is one of my favorite Tony Robbins quotes.
When we look at our lives, there’s often an expectation of how things should go.
We want to have energy and vitality, to be strong and flexible, and we have expectations around that process.
We want financial abundance, and we have expectations around how it should happen and where it should come from.
When our expectations aren’t met in a certain time frame, we experience disappointment, doubt, feelings of failure, or perceptions of unfairness.
But what if you traded your expectations for appreciation? Appreciate the fact that you are able to exercise, that you have a wonderful family or great friends, or that you’re resourceful enough to eventually reach your outcome.
When you set expectations about how something should go, you are setting yourself up for disappointment. This isn’t to say you shouldn’t set goals but rather to be flexible in how you achieve them.
If you can trade your expectations for appreciation, your whole world will change. You’ll see the positive instead of the negative in situations. You’ll experience more love and success. You’ll have more financial abundance.
You can create the life you dream of living, but it starts here.
I’d love for you to share with me how this resonates with you! Is there a specific scenario in your life in which you can trade your expectation for appreciation?