We often see our kids and other families who have been caught in a promise type error who have not received the right kind of warning. We often wonder if they are the ones who have gotten caught in the mistake. Do we make mistakes? Do we make mistakes? I believe the answer is yes.
The idea is that kids and other families often get caught in promises, like getting a new phone number or a new parent. The problem is even though they get caught, they still don’t get warned. They don’t receive the right kind of warning because they don’t have the opportunity to read the message. As a result, if the message is too cryptic, they never comprehend it and they never learn from the mistake.
The problem is that most of the promises you make are probably not meant to be effective. The problem is you don’t know the message you’re supposed to be giving. It’s not obvious how to make the promises make a difference or get the outcome.
The problem is that if you promise something to someone but then don’t deliver, or if you promise something but then don’t deliver, you risk not fulfilling the promise you made.
These are the three levels of self-awareness. In reality, you can’t see everything you want to, but there are some who can, and they have given you a lot of opportunities to make them work better.
The problem is that many people who can tell the difference between a promise and expectation can be so busy telling themselves that they fail to see the difference between them. They get all excited about the promise they made and then forget their own part of the bargain.
Many people can’t tell the difference between the promise you made and the fulfillment of that promise. They just tell themselves they’re going to do something. They don’t realize that the fulfillment of the promise they made is a surprise.
Many people who are trying to figure out the difference between the promise they made and the fulfillment of that promise fail to see the difference between them. They just tell themselves theyre going to do something and then they forget to do it. It is a common trap in programming, and its usually attributed to a lack of confidence. We are constantly telling ourselves that we know what we want to do, that we are going to do it.
This should be a good exercise, but there are some people who think that the time-loop is all about waiting for someone to come in and do it. There is a lot of potential for delay when you have already made some commitments and are stuck in a time-loop.