CareerGlobal Academy of Coaching - What should you do with unrealistic expectations?

December 8, 2018by Jill Douka0

Do your expectations pay no heed to other people’s needs?

The one prerequisite for successful social interaction is that your efforts to complete a plan, no matter how copious and diligent they are, depend on other people. If you accept that you’ll also stop keeping your fingers crossed so that everything comes exactly the way you want. Because it won’t and it should not. There will always be a substantial difference that will mess things up. And this ‘mess’ is OK!

Therefore, it is important to surrender to what finally comes. Do not expect from others, your spouse, your colleagues, your friends or the universe to see things as you do.Respect other people’s choices as they know better than you what’s good for them.

Reverses and setbacks test your patience so surrender. Don’t give in to anger or despair. Have faith and let time reveal the universe’s master plan for you.You may be pleasantly surprised by what’s coming!

Embrace what comes and make the most of it!

If it is different, it doesn’t mean it’s wrong!

I strongly believe we can achieve anything we desire. I work with people at the Thrive Coaching Sessions who are committed to work towards their goals and are willing to get out of their comfort zones. 90% of my coachees achieve their goals earlier than the date they expected. 95% of my coachees say that being coached by me has helped them to become happier, healthier and more confident. Intrigued?

Also, I am looking forward to meeting you in New York, Manhattan on 12 Decemberto unveil the truth about what’s making us truly content. I will be happy to share with you the precious keys to unlock the door that will let you through the Life of Your Dreams.

by Jill Douka

#1 International Bestselling Author of Create Love, How to Create Your Life and Suddenly Now, Business Mentor Awarded by European Union and accredited by Coach Federation, Global Academy of Coaching Director

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