Thoughts on Being Disengaged  I feel well qualified to write about being disengaged because from age 9 to 16 I was not engaged in life. I have worked diligently to disprove this point for the rest of my life. What is the meaning of the word, by definition it is:...

Opening Doors

I was at the post office the other day and as usual there was a steady stream of people coming and going. I am always a courteous gentleman so I was holding the door open for the folks entering or leaving. I noticed some people responded with a thank you and some were...

About Expectation Therapy

As an author and life coach, Art hones the expectations of people who have perhaps lost their joy, feel anxious or depressed, or can’t seem to connect to their life’s purpose, providing the balm necessary to heal and find new hope. He has devoted himself to helping...

A Sense of Community

This past week Beverly and I took a short trip to Parsons, Tennessee to see her spry active eighty-seven year old mother. I love taking this trip on so many levels. First of all I love seeing her mom and spending time with her. Her soft Tennessee ways I find...


Once in a while I read something so profound and on target that I am inspired to share it in its entirety from the author, such is the case of this document by Abel Allen Thought ~ Abel Allen Early pioneer of New Thought Plato said: "Thinking is the talking of the...

Expectation Therapy

Who is it for?

Expectation Therapy is for you if:

  • You’re not quite sure how to pursue the life you want
  • You’re not even sure what you want
  • You’re undergoing a tense or difficult situation like a divorce
  • You have trouble making decisions in life
  • You want to reinvent yourself
  • You are happy with your life, but you feel like there is still something missing

  • You aren’t happy in your relationship

  • You can’t move forward in your relationships or your career because you are paralyzed by fear
  • You want to find out if you’re really living your life to the fullest
  • You’re struggling to hold on to your friendships
  • You’re just plain stuck…

Entrepreneurs and CEOs

Are you selling yourself short? Undervaluing your product or service? Miserable working for an uncaring boss? Whether you want to start your own company or improve an existing one, discovering the power of expectations can help you.

Team Leaders

Leading a group of people isn’t easy. With a variety of personalities, creative clashes, and deadline pressure, the situation can be hard to manage. But by harnessing expectations, you’ll be able to use these skills to motivate and manage anyone you’re put in charge of.

Public Speakers

Great orators can motivate a room of people to believe in whatever they’re saying. But if you have too much self-doubt, it’s hard to inspire others. Learn how to manage your expectations and find a new confidence in your message. Soon you’ll have an enthusiastic following.

Life Coaches

Motivating your clients to make positive life changes can be tough, but Expectation Therapy offers you a great system to help do this. You’ll learn how to change your client’s thinking, flip their expectations and teach them how to make a difference with confidence.


Moms and dads all over the world question their ability to parent almost every day. Expectation Therapy will teach you how to set and reach your goals, allowing you to shine at this role you chose. You’ll love seeing how your new outlook benefits your child’s own expectations for themselves.

Community Leaders

Whether you’re a pastor or on the local council, every community leader can benefit from Expectation Therapy. Not only will you achieve more in that position than you ever thought, your success will inspire people in your community to hope and work for a better future together.

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