Expect Greatness

“The people who are crazy enough to change the world are the ones who do.”

Steve Jobs

A common theme amongst those who are successful in any realm of life are those who are optimistic and those who believe they are capable of being successful.

Brene Brown found that those who were happy believed they were worthy of happiness.

Any champion athlete, even an underdog, was successful because they believed they were worthy and capable of being a champion, even when no one else did.

Heroes like Mother Teresa or the recently departed Dr. Paul Farmer improved the lives of thousands if not millions through their dedication to service. They were undaunted by the seemingly insurmountable vastness of human suffering, and dedicated their lives to helping others.

Civil rights leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Nelson Mandela improved the lives of their countrymen and created massive waves of improvement in racial equality the world over because they believed they could.

Visionaries like Steve Jobs changed the world because they believed they could.

Great things are impossible unless we truly believe that they are possible. When we expect things it enables our best and brightest self to show up.

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