I’ve got a few thoughts on that.
The first is that the future isnt really a future. The future is the present, and the present is the past. The future is a set of future events that happen in the future, and the past is the present. If you’re in the future you can’t change the past, but you can take things from the future, and you can influence the future. The future is the future. The past is the past.
The second is that expectations have a more complicated relationship with behavior. The expectation of a certain behavior is different than actually performing the behavior. When you expect to drive home, you make the decision for yourself. When you actually drive home, you are influenced by external factors. When you expect someone to do something, you are influenced by them being able to do it. When you expect a certain outcome to happen, you are influenced by external factors.
This effect is known as the “cognitive expectancy effect.” The cognitive expectancy effect means that if you expect something to happen, the actual event does in fact occur. Similarly, if you expect something to happen, you will actually experience the event.
The cognitive expectancy is how we perceive the world. If you expect someone to do something, you may think it will occur when they actually do it. If you expect a certain outcome to happen, you may think it will occur when you actually do it.
In a way, the cognitive expectancy effect, or as it is called on Wikipedia, the CEG effect, is what’s going on here. Like most things in life, expectations can change based on our own actions. For example, if you expect your boss to work overtime, you may feel it’s the appropriate time to call in sick or even quit.
Imagine this kind of thing happening in your life as well as in a person’s. The more you expect something to happen, the more you want it to happen. This is the CEG effect, where we expect a certain thing to happen and we want it to happen. This is why it’s so important to make a list of what you expect your actions to do.
There are many other factors that can cause us to act as if we expect what our actions will do, but its easy to give yourself a list to keep you from having to think about it. So if you expect your boss to work overtime, read this list.
I know what you’re all thinking: Well, we don’t care either way. The thing is, our boss, in his infinite wisdom, actually does care. But he doesn’t care about what you expect he to do, and instead just wants you to do what he thinks you should do. So if you expect your boss to work overtime, the only reason he actually works overtime is because you expect he to.
The problem is that expectations about the future can have an especially strong impact on consumer behavior. Because it’s easy to give yourself a list to keep you from having to think about it, we all tend to make our own list. The problem is that these expectations can be very powerful in shaping our behaviors. We can expect to work overtime just to get the job done, but if we do, we may not work as hard as we thought we would.