What Is The Hidden Rock of Inflated Expectations?

“It always seems impossible until it’s done.”

Nelson Mandela

I always try to do my best to live the life I would like to have. Such an ambitious attitude helps me to reach my goals. But, there is no success without failures. Hitting the rock bottom, I feel that I am not so good and do not deserve my goal. I am sure many ambitious people feel depressed while not reaching their goals. I think that we need to be more positive on the road to success. 

First of All Love Yourself

Success is not about feeling depressed. Ask yourself whether your goal is worthy of being in such a negative state. First of all, we need to enjoy life and only then set goals and improve living conditions. It is okay to take time to relax and reconsider own approach. 

It is Possible

Of course, you should not give up. But, define for yourself “the importance of your goal”. Sometimes, we assure themselves that it is impossible to do something and then we do it and do not receive any results. In the same time you reassure your previous affirmation “it is impossible”. In my opinion, we should continue to work without inflated expectations. 

Enjoy your life now. Be grateful for what you have and do not forget to be better tomorrow. There is no matter whether you fulfilled your goals in time. The main idea is that you became better in this way. If you tried, you obtained experience. Experience create better YOU tomorrow. 

Thank you for reading! Have you experienced inflated expectations?

2 Comments on “What Is The Hidden Rock of Inflated Expectations?

  1. When I arise, as one foot hits the ground, I recite Thank and as the other foot touches the ground, I recite You. A day started with Gratitude is a day to be Grsteful for.

    As I lay my head down to sleep, I recount all I am grateful for having done in this day of life. I then ask myself one question! Did I put in all my effort. If I lie awake thinking, I realize that I did not. If I pass out before the answer is given, I realize that I did. Most days I am asleep in two minutes. It’s a beautiful practice that brings deep levels of growth to the soul.

    Thank you for sharing this great post.

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