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Expecting and Then Hearing, "Yes!"
The Law of Expectancy 2020

By Kevin Hogan


The Law of Expectancy and Your Ability to Influence What people expect often influences and changes what actually and ultimately happens.

Your expectations in influencing others cause you to interact differently.

Expectancy, when it comes to RESULTS of getting what you want in a conversation, in a meeting, in life is fundamental.

People who have many references for being "typically influential" come to EXPECT that they will always be that way. These people tend to become Influencers and typically have bank books to match their level of expectation.

The Power of Expectancy

In my live appearances, I've used the story of the 1968 study where researchers split students into two groups. High IQ and Low IQ. After 8 months, the High IQ group performed remarkably well. The Low IQ group did very poorly after 8 months. The teachers had been told which group they were given at the beginning of the year, but everyone else, including the parents, were kept in the dark about the division of the students.

Except one thing: The researchers randomly assigned the students. There was NO High IQ Group. There was NO Low IQ Group. The students weren't told anything. ONLY the teachers knew which students they THOUGHT they had.

The study had to be stopped because expectations were changing the behavior of children.

That's The Power of Expectation.

Expectation is not an attitude.
Expectation is not visualization.
Expectation is not an affirmation.

Expectancy is a nonconsious prediction that is generated but only rarely acknowledged in consciousness, and it is accompanied by a sense of obvious "certainty".

The teachers didn't "think" about the students. They simply "knew" that they were either superior or inferior based on what they were told by the researcher at the beginning of the year.

In a hypothetical example, closer to home, the most verbalized or considered example of "real" Expectation might be an off-handed, "I would imagine she'd say, 'yes.' "

And that would only be a reaction to the question, "Do you think she'll say yes?" or perhaps, "What do you think she'll say?"

Hope is the First Crossroad to Failure

That nonconscious certain "prediction" causes different neurological behavior than "I HOPE she says yes".

Hope can lead to failed future outcomes KEYPOINT: Once someone has "hoped for something," they certainly don't expect it to occur.

Your behavior will be very different if you hope for something vs. being in a conversation and simply "knowing" that something will happen.

And there is a continuum of conscious awareness along with level of certainty in the mix that makes Expectation.

If someone brings up "the question," whatever that might be, don't hope for anything. Once you've looked at the situation, and once you "know" what is likely to happen, then EXPECT that RESULT.



What leads to some nasty limiting beliefs? ...



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Kevin Hogan
Network 3000 Publishing
16526 W. 78th St. #138
Eden Prairie, MN 55346
(612) 616-0732

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