This is a Speech in Essay form Describing Self-Fulfilling Prophecy and the Effects Certain Expectations Have on Individuals
A wise man once said, "life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get." Little did poor old Mr. Forrest Gump know that his statement would be wrong in the eyes of SFP. SFP, also known as the Pygmalion effect, can be defined as, a phenomenon by which people's expectations about the future events lead them to behave in particular ways that, on occasion, can cause the expected event to occur. People tend to find what they are looking for. More than that, they may even tend unwittingly to create what they seek. …
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