In this episode, Art and Kristin discuss:


·         The story of Kristin’s sons, Michael and Mitchell, and how it has changed her life.


·         Epiphanies are the precursor to our expectations.


·         How other people’s expectations can affect your life.


·         Flipping the switch in your brain to change the progression of your story.



Key Takeaways:


·         The tools are around you, waiting for you to see them.


·         We are only limited by what we think we can’t do. We are only as good as what we think we can do.


·         When we label people, they live up to that label.


·         Labels have an expiration date – you can be something before, but you can change your story.



"My expectation was that it was going to be a nightmare, so I was living a nightmare." — Kristin Smedley



Connect with Kristin Smedley:


Twitter: @KristinSmedley


Facebook: Thriving Blind


Website: KristinSmedley.com


Instagram: @kristinsmedley


Book: Thriving Blind


LinkedIn: Kristin Smedley



Connect with Art Costello:


Twitter: @myexpectation


Facebook: Art Costello


Website: ExpectationTherapy.com


Email:  Info@ExpectationTherapy.com


Book: Expectation Therapy: Mastering Your Expectations


LinkedIn: Art Costello


Instagram: @expectationtherapy



Show notes by Podcastologist: Chelsea Taylor-Sturkie



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