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I came up with this title when too many expectations are put upon us both good and bad.

Expandable expectations are increased in a variety of different ways when they come upon you. Deciding what's best for you, people add to those expectations. Whew! Soon, it becomes too much to handle.

I could expand it gently, if only it were flexible enough, into something I'd like to do. Expandable expectations can be a good thing by encouraging people to do more; they could help someone accomplish their goals by putting in more effort.

Never knowing the capabilities that we've had within ourselves, expandable expectations are pursued. Other than having expandable expectations, how could I develop an interest in anything that someone made me do? Something that I would be interested in, by comparison, is attributable to a quality of success. In all probability, why would I want to try doing something that was forced upon me, if I was destined to fail?

I may not get to where I'm going in life if I feel the pressure coming from an individual exceeds the amount of pressure that I put upon myself. When that happens, I may not get to where I'm going in life. Expandable expectations will proceed to expendable heights when the mountain gets too steep.

If someone supported the ideas that I have discovered, it may be the focus of a genius that you have not known about.
Expandable expectations can then be narrowed down to one; it's the strength that I have.

Written By Anna Marie Carlson
Monday, July 15, 2019
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