Editor: Nick Booth


Having high expectations often saps enthusiasm. Successful activities are deemed failures because the targets were randomly set high.

This collection show how - without targets, outputs and expectations - people will simply support each other. Following someone who choose to have a go can be easier if nothing is expected of you but to be to there.

But being modest about expectations doesn't mean people don't want to make things better. They do. The people in these stories are often highly ambitious, but they are driven much more by nurturing energy and nurturing enthusiasm than targets, outputs or feedback forms or compliance (Aaaargh).

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