There was a member of my extended family that didn’t really like me. She used to call me stupid and clumsy. I wasn’t a stupid or clumsy kid. But when I was around her, I sort of thought I was. So anytime I was around her, I said stupid things. I became clumsy; I dropped plates and knocked things over. And of course, she reinforced by faith that I’m a clumsy person. “Oh, isn’t he so clumsy.” And then laughed. Of course it was terribly hurtful, and she reaffirmed it over my life. She saw the worst in me, so I couldn’t help but give her the very worst. If you see the worst in others, that’s exactly what you’ll get. You’ll make it so, even if they don’t want you to. But if you see the best in people and believe in others, you will draw the best out of them. Have you ever seen that in your family, at work or in your sports team? It’s true, right? If you actively believe in your family, co-workers or sports team, you’ll get the very best.