Higher Expectations Increase Success
People either rise or fall depending on the expectations you have for them.
People do better when more is expected of them, also referred to as the Pygmalion Effect.
The Pygmalion Effect is a psychological phenomenon wherein high expectations lead to improved performance in a given area.
Take the classroom as an example as there has been a lot of research carried out. A teacher expectancies of student performance …
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