Agreements And Expectations

Agreements And Expectations

Expectations are low and people hate putting these slimy buggers on them. On the other hand, agreements are what people prefer, and the consensus they create is strong. Expectations are sneaky little buggers because they can work their way in many forms of communication and they seem to be friendly and even useful. But they are still only on you and on closer inspection you can see their telltale signs of weakness. The chords are bold and creative. You are honouring the other person. You are a co-author between two composers…. People respect agreements to a much greater extent than they are. They feel stressed when their heads are full of expectations towards them. They feel pressure and resentment. They`re rebelling.

(Will you notice? Do you have children? Staff?) But create a good deal? Both sides win. In life, few things make us less productive and more distant than the expectations of others towards us. Expectations are everywhere, at work and at home. People hate other people`s expectations. Unresigned expectations were not productive, especially when real work and strong relationships were needed. But everywhere, unsurred expectations were raised and they were low. When I had a complaint in my world, it quickly became an expectation that someone else had to fix. I tended to focus on injustice, and I awakened my expectations.

What I saw was that it was totally ineffective in changing things. Complaints were very easy to ignore and reduce; However, the requirements were not easy to ignore. When we applied, we went in the right direction, because on the other side of a proposal, we now have the opportunity to reach an agreement. Let`s take an example at the hotel. Right now, I have had a hard time making detailed monthly forecasts to other managers and getting them until the 30th of the month. I sent a schedule and memorabilia. I talked about the appointment at the department heads` meetings, but I still have not received a high success rate for submissions. It was always a struggle to get others to do what I expected. Without the prognosis, I still had two very unattractive options: do it yourself or leave without them.