The one benefit of always having positive expectations

Is it good to have positive or negative expectations?

When I have positive expectations, I almost always find myself disappointed with the result.

But when I have negative expectations, I waste so much of my time worrying.

So which one is it better to have?

One way to think about it:

The 2 scenarios of having nagative expectations…

1. Negative expectations-> positive results

2. Negative expectations ->negative results

Total:
negative=3, positive= 1

The 2 scenarios of having Positive expectations…

1. Positive expectations -> positive results
2. Positive expectations -> negative results
Total:
negative=1, positive= 3 (winner!!..?)

 

(From a book called “+1cm”)

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