Group expectations are just a manner for the group to work that has been agreed upon. These can be as simple as having a goal for how many posts you will all make in a month's time, to making sure that everyone gets a chance to speak.
The most important thing is that you are all on the same page with respect to what the group wants to achieve and how we want to get there. This means that you need to understand the goals of the group and support one another in reaching them.
If you feel like someone isn't supporting you or the group, please talk to an admin member of the group. We will do our best to resolve any issues between members.
Additionally, it is expected that you all take part in the weekly group discussions. These can be done via email or in-person depending on the preference of the group. You don't have to discuss the topic at hand but rather simply give your thoughts on it. This allows everyone a chance to share their ideas without being judged.
Please remember that we are here to have fun and grow together as friends, so the attitude you bring into the group is very important.
We hope you enjoy the group!
Expectations impact how we think and behave, as well as how others react to us—all of which influences what occurs in our lives. The more positive or negative our expectations, the greater their influence over our life experiences.
For example, if I expect to get sick often, I will likely become ill more often. If I expect to get good grades, I will study harder and be able to ace my exams. If I expect to lose money, I will spend too much and need to find a job that doesn't cost anything.
Our life experiences are based on these expectations, and because we can never know what will happen next in our lives, we need to keep our minds open to different possibilities. We can only control what we expect, so it makes sense to set ourselves up for success by thinking positively.
It's also important to remember that the things that happen to us are not necessarily signs that we're doing something wrong or lacking courage. Sometimes the opposite is true: people who seem to have little luck are usually very courageous inside themselves. It's just that they don't expect any different outcomes and are not afraid of losing everything, so they continue going out there and taking risks.
Your expectations are your strong hopes or beliefs that something will occur or that you will obtain something that you desire. Expectations are strong views that a person has about how someone should act or what should happen. It is also the name given to the feeling that arises when these views are not fulfilled.
Expectations can be either positive or negative. A positive expectation is one that is held by someone who wants something good to happen, such as an athlete who trains hard and believes that playing on the weekend will result in a medal. A negative expectation is one that is held by someone who wants something bad to happen, such as an arsonist who sets fire to some furniture in a store because it was expensive. Expected outcomes may or may not occur. When they do, it is usually because of chance rather than any intent on our part. However, even if an outcome is expected, this does not mean that it will happen. For example, if I flip a coin and it comes up heads 10 times in a row, I would say that the probability of it coming up tails next time is very high. However, I have expected heads every time and thus cannot predict what will happen next time.
Expectations play a huge role in life. If we expect certain things to be true then they are more likely to be true.